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.

Tammy Thompson

Tammy Thompson

Teaching Style

Tammy has a focus in yoga nidra and works to bring the mind/body/breath connection together through this style of guided meditation. Tammy also teaches a gentle vinyasa flow as a way to warm up the body and to better prepare the mind for guided relaxation. With a different theme for every class, no two classes are ever exactly the same.

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Daniel Turbarao

Daniel Turbarao

Teaching Style

Instrutor Tubarão has been teaching classes for kids, teenagers, and adults of all levels. Promoting Capoeira to the public’s awareness by providing workshops, performances, and demonstrations at various festivals, fairs, and special events around the U.S. and abroad. Capoeira - Combining cardiovascular and strength training. It burns fat and builds muscle, flexibility, and endurance. It improves balance and coordination. Capoeira is a unique art form mixture of Martial arts, Dance, Music, Movement, Fitness, Acrobatics, and live music. In Capoeira, there are no winners or losers. Performed by two people, it is called a “Game” that is played, not fought.

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Alyona Volkova

Alyona Volkova

Teaching Style

Alyona loves introducing people to yoga, meditation, breath work and asana sequences breaking away from stereotypes and allowing people to see yoga through their own eyes.

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