Yoga teachers live their yoga practices and attempt to teach that way of life. These teachers apply the ethical and spiritual principles of yoga to their own lives and their instruction.

For example, the Yoga Sutras describe yoga as having eight limbs, so a classical yoga teacher would include these limbs as part of their instruction. In addition to teaching asanas and pranayama (breathing exercises), the instructor would also include yamas and niyamas (virtues and rules of living), pratyahara (control of the senses), dharana (inner awareness), dhyana (devotion) and samadhi (union with the Divine).

In it’s best manifestation, a yoga teacher is someone who stands witness with you and steadily points the way to your own empowerment.

Suzanne Aronoff

Suzanne Aronoff

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Suzanne’s classes are heartfelt, playful, challenging and supportive. She brings her massage background into her classes through hands on assists (maybe even a little massage during savasana) and a focus on alignment and physicality.

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Yvonne Dashiell

Yvonne Dashiell

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Maria Deliberato

Teaching Style

Maria aims to get your day started with movement and breath and get you centered for whatever the day will bring you.

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Nadine Liss

Nadine Liss

Teaching Style

Nadine invites students to unlock their own transformations with a regular hot yoga practice. She takes her students through a series of dynamic flow sequences challenging students to play with their edge.

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Alyssa Newby

Alyssa Newby

Teaching Style

Alyssa, or better yet, Lyssa teaches a smooth vinyasa flow that allows you to open up the body and access the heart light.

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Susie Rokosch

Susie Rokosch

Teaching Style

Susie’s background and personal practice is rooted in the Baptiste Methodology. Susie fell in love with Baptiste yoga specifically because of the balance it creates for her, both on and off of her mat. She loves the focus and concentration that a Baptiste practice requires, yet she craves the clearing and ‘letting go’ that she is able to take from each class. Her teaching style is rooted in the Baptiste practice as well.

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Michelle Ruiz

Michelle Ruiz

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Although she is a Hot Yoga enthusiast, Michelle enjoys exploring all styles of yoga. She incorporates many of the 26 postures from the traditional Hot Practice into her flows. She believes a good teacher doesn’t just instruct but provides a space for students to create their own expression of the practice. Michelle’s teaching style is energetic, fun , accepting and full of reminders to love yourself above all else. Fun playlists keep the mood light and happy.

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Meghan Schwartz-Do

Meghan Schwartz-Do

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Meghan’s classes offer opportunities to be challenged through postures and sequencing. She hopes for her students to always feel accomplished and educated through her classes as she loves to share her passion for movement and yoga with the world.

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Annette K. Scott

Annette K. Scott

Teaching Style

Annette’s public classes are breath and sensation-based opportunities to embody your own conscious, compassionate presence. Her sequencing is a symphony of movement for the mind, body and breath where the dynamic interplay of deep listening, radical respect for oneself and others can unfold in a safe container. Here’s your chance to sensitively soften and hydrate the deep tissues with breath and attention, to balance the nervous system and release unnecessary tension so that you can feel your body more clearly. While we don't chase postures, you can expect to be physically challenged and can plan on moving through balancing, binding, standing and twisting sequences while also receiving hands on assists that enable practitioners to feel and play with the edges of their practice. Our real work is practice the radiant expression of our authentic presence and as such physical cues become simple invitations to attune to what feels right for your body and grow your practice from there. Conveying the beauty of presence and awareness, in its raw wholeness, her offerings in meditation, movement and musings, serve to expand your horizon, and encourage anyone interested in their own growth to find new ways of self-discovery.

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Tina Serra

Tina Serra

Teaching Style

Tina’s classes are fluid and sequenced to music. Tina Invites her students to use their time on the mat as a time to connect the mind, body and spirit. Tina's flows focus on turning the attention inward and harnessing the energy from within.

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