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Elena Haykin

Yoga Therapist Specialty: Yoga for Cancer --- I am a Professional Yoga Therapist who is passionate about teaching my students how to apply the ancient science of Yoga in their lives, and how to enhance health and wellness at all levels of the person -- physical, psychological and spiritual...

Alice BW (Bongiovanni Wisnewski)

Yoga Therapist Specialty: Yoga for Cancer --- I initially decided I needed to take a yoga class to help me with balancing my family life and work demands. My schedule did not allow much free time, and even though I was not a “morning person,” I began my first yoga classes at 6 am...

Cyndi Kershner

Yoga Therapist: I received my yoga teacher and therapy training endorsement at the Samarya Center in 2007. I am highly trained and skilled at adapting yoga to a wide variety of health challenges. I have been teaching group adaptive classes for people with movement differences and chronic health conditions since 2007, and in 2009 I opened my private yoga therapy practice in Seattle, seeing people with a wide variety of health concerns...

Maria Frances Latona

Yoga Therapist: My yoga journey began when I took my first yoga class as a physical education credit while attending college and continued as I took yoga classes in my community after graduation. While working as a freelance graphic designer and raising my two small children, my weekly yoga class was treasured time while I created that much needed balance in my busy over-caffeinated and sleep-deprived lifestyle...

Kathy Baum

Yoga Therapist: Kathy teaches a variety of yoga styles for all stages of life, including vinyasa, hatha, therapeutic, and restorative. She believes that each and every experience on our mat is an opportunity for growth, awareness and acceptance. “I truly believe in the power of yoga and meditation to help our bodies and spirits heal, inside and out...

Amanda Carrillo

I grew up playing sports. Volleyball, basketball, you name it, I played it. And then I tore my ACL in my knee and then tore it two more times during my late teens and early twenties. Although devastated and depressed, I knew there was more to life and exercise than sports; I just couldn’t grasp what it was yet...

Zamanta Archibold

Originally from New York City, I lived abroad for several years. Then in the summer of 2008, I decided to move back to the U.S. with my family and make Miami our home. While preparing for my black belt exam in karate, I began studying yoga as a way to supplement my martial art practice...

Trish Ivie

It is difficult to say when the path began on this life long process called yoga. Was it when I began practicing postures as a teenager or the beginning of my life and countless adventures out in nature? I look towards nature and the cycles of life to be my greatest teacher as they have shown me the sweetness and bitterness of life all wrapped up into one grand opportunity to live...

Aimee Williams

I have studied the philosophy and practice of yoga for the past 20 years. I began teaching professionally in 2005 and continue to share my passion throughout the community. I have practiced many traditions: from the intensity of Bikram, to the strength and endurance of Power Vinyasa, and the quiet nature of Yin...

Davida Braun

I believe in the therapeutic value of yoga and its positive effect to one’s body, mind and spirit. I instruct those afflicted with Parkinson and I am experienced in Gentle, Adaptive, Yin, Restorative, Prenatal, and Kids yoga practices.

I have participated in a number of workshops by Kathy Budig, Beth Shaw, Troy Lucero, and Yoga Fit...

Renee Tormey

I stumbled into my first yoga class because a handsome man suggested it. Little did I know the teacher was his girlfriend. To my eighteen year old heart, she was a soothing balm. Coincidentally my tall, handsome friend had previously worked for J. Krishnamurti whose book You are the World was given to me in that same month...

Natalya (Gianjot Kaur) Meyer

Life is about loving what you do and fully devoting yourself to the moment to be prosperous and happy. Yoga has helped me achieve a state of balance and happiness, and I love to teach yoga to share its power develop oneself and have a focused, happy life...

Meghan Caves

I have been interested in some sort of movement or performance-based activity since I was a child. Beginning gymnastics at a very young age, I progressed to dabble in many different forms throughout my life from dance of all kinds to show choir, drama, stage combat, stage movement, clowning, Pilates, and finally to yoga...

Jill Tuleya

An experienced yoga teacher, cancer exercise specialist and advanced level yoga therapy trainee. I especially enjoy working with young adults and older adults who are brand new to yoga or who are looking to deepen their yoga practice. Yoga has helped me overcome food addiction, navigate marriage and motherhood, and cope with the arduous experience of my husband’s cancer diagnosis and treatment...

Emily Thompson

I began my yoga journey at the local recreation center as a way of getting back into shape after my second son was born. I quickly realized the benefits of yoga included but were not limited to the physical body. Tendencies towards anxiety and depression were being slowly replaced by a sense of peace and confidence...

Kandis Tagliabue

Being a lifelong gymnast has carried over into my asana practice and teaching method. I have a natural focus on flexibility and enjoy inspiring and uplifting others to improve their personal wellness and commit to their long-term health goals. I enjoy taking a personal and individualized approach to teaching and the foundation of my classes are focused on breath centered asanas that are accessible to beginners, while also challenging for intermediate and advanced students...

Jennifer Siegel

Jennifer Siegel is a 500+ hour IYT trained Yoga Therapist. A yoga instructor since 2009, Jennifer is a trauma sensitive teacher with years of experience working with pain, chronic illness, PTSD and depression. A licensed Massage Therapist since 1999, Jennifer incorporates unique holistic self-care techniques with elements of Somatics, Mudra, Meditation and Taoist techniques taught to her by Master Mantak Chia in 2010...

Ashley Thomson

Ashley Nicole Thomson, CPT, RYT, FNS
My yoga journey started at home with a subscription to Yoga Journal. I entered the health industry as a Certified Personal Trainer and Fitness Nutritionist Specialist in 2012, and began adding yoga to my clients’ programs as I completed my 200 HR RYT with the world’s largest mind body fitness school, YogaFit...