Hope is not enlightened (not even close) and she can’t get into every pose.
Warren found yoga in fall 2006 when he was experiencing a lot of suffering through trauma, pain, anxiety and depression.
Jessica came to yoga, as a teenager, through the wonders of VHS technology and occasional classes at the private health and racquet club where she worked.
Farida was first introduced to yoga as a young teenager. Asana and meditation became an essential component of her daily practice, which later led her to the deeper studies of yoga and Eastern philosophy.
“Encouraging each student to know and appreciate their own body through yoga is one of my goals.
Laurel began exploring yoga while in college. After years of ballet and modern dance, she was introduced to yoga
Meagan, originally from New Jersey, has been practicing yoga and meditation in some form since 2005 when she discovered how stress and anxiety melted away every time she showed up on her mat or cushion.
Christin has been a dedicated student and practitioner of yoga for over 25 years. The last 15 of those years she has been teaching private sessions, public classes, workshops and retreats with special regard to the therapeutic side of yoga, tuning to both the body and the heart.
Laura is a fierce, fat, feminist yogi obsessed with bringing body-affirming yoga into as many lives as possible. After a rocky start in the world of yoga (ask her about it some time!), she finally found gentle body-affirming yoga and never looked back.
Justine K. Fanarof, JD, MPH, RYT 500 has been teaching yoga since 2004. Justine has extensive experience teaching a range of students and excels at creating a warm and welcoming yoga practice and learning environment where each student is met with care and attention.