Fallon Horan always envisioned herself teaching outdoors, so when studio doors were closed, due to Covid-19, the spring after she graduated from teacher training, she felt a calling to reconnect the community through a series of outdoor yoga classes and share her vision for Yoga on the Ridge.
Fallon is committed to offering support to anyone seeking to develop a yoga practice to face or explore challenges in ways that serve their personal needs. She encourages her students to focus on building stability in the foundations of the practice while exploring freedom through intuitive movement in
transitions and holds.
Fallon’s connection to the practice was driven by a commitment to self-healing. After many years of dabbling with the practice; she turned to yoga, seeking refuge from a series of unexpected events. She credits both her dedication to the practice and the compassion of the yoga community, for guiding her on a journey to overcome symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Today Fallon continues to turn to her practice to balance out the stress of a demanding schedule. When she’s not on her mat or out getting lost in the woods, she finds inspiration in her writing and photography. In her spare time, she enjoys being out on the water in her kayak, caring for her indoor jungle, and spending time on home improvement projects with her husband Patrick.