Emily Herrick is a yoga instructor + creator of space to come home to yourself through yoga, meditation and mindfulness. She specializes in private and small-group sessions with a blend of vinyasa-style and yin yoga. She also does yoga workshops, classes and sessions for wedding and bridal parties at her home studio on Vashon Island, near Seattle, WA.
Emma first discovered yoga in 2011 and has wanted more ever since. The clarity she felt after that first practice kept her coming back. Yoga provides her a deep sense of strength and release that has been her foundation through life's ever changing journey. Emma completed Teacher Training at Health Thru Yoga which has broadened her knowledge, deepened her practice, and heightened her spiritual awareness, bringing her closer to the light within.
I was training for a marathon and like so many I turned to yoga to both compliment my training, but also to heal a frustrating running injury. I always thought yoga was too “zen” for my go-go-go fitness lifestyle, but I was in the midst of grad school and I had just moved to Boston from California and found myself in a whirlwind of many life transitions. I needed balance and clarity, more than anything. Yoga helped me heal not only my physical body but heart as well.
Prana yoga trained teacher with extensive experience in gentle and restorative yoga. Infuses her traininig in Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy in her classes and provide private sessions by appoitment only in Maplewood, New Jersey. Evelyn has worked with people with health challenges including HIV, Cancer and back related issues. She infuses mindfulness in her teaching and encourage mind-body awareness into all classes.
Formerly from Bucks County, Pennsylvania and currently living and teaching at Yoga In Common in Myrtle Beach, SC's prestigious Market Commom District. Felice holds three seperate certifications in Hatha Yoga, Anusara Inspired and Childrens Yoga. Teaching yoga publicly and privately since 2009.
Hannah was trained in Hatha Vinyasa yoga at ShivaShakti School of Yoga and Healing Arts in Camden, Maine. She has a steady and calm patience in her teaching which allows her to provide a focused and motivated, yet soothing environment for students of all levels. Her personal experience with yoga first as a purely athletic practice and later as a more spiritual practice allows her to identify with students wherever they are in their practice.
Heather Gjerde is a 200-hour certified Vinyasa yoga instructor based in San Diego, California. She believes yoga has the power to transform lives from the inside out. It is her honor to guide students down a path of self-discovery, allowing them to shine their brightest love and light out into the world. Heather shares tips to live every moment of your life to the fullest at Dashworthy.com.
Indira Kate Kalmbach understands yoga as a physical, mental, and emotional discipline with the potential to transform human being-ness. Her yoga teaching embodies an ecological sense of the world-community which includes all of nature, exiling nothing. Through a seamless weaving of physical alignment, emotional attuning, and a deep understanding of the human psyche, Indira creates inspiring yoga classes that invite students to practice radical self-acceptance and to leave class feeling fully present, grounded and awakened.
Jamie, ERYT200/RYT500, has been practicing yoga since 1995. She completed her 200 hour training at Yoga H'Om in Pittsburgh PA in 2010, and her 300 hour advanced training at Yoga Breeze in Cave Creek AZ in 2016. She is the owner of Desert Shakti Yoga LLC in Anthem AZ where she teaches private and semi-private classes. Jamie focuses on proper alignment,awareness of anatomy and breath, and the therapeutic benefits of yoga. She believes in an individualized approach to asana practice and employs extensive use of props and the yoga wall to enhance her student's experience.
I am a passionate practitioner of yoga with over 6 years of experience in several different styles. My continued goal is to take this practice, in addition to the invaluable training I continue to receive, and use that to instruct and guide other students and teachers as wonderfully and insightfully as I have been, and continue to be guided.
I am a yoga and meditation teacher from Piermont NY. Moved by the transformation my practice caused in my own life I began teaching yoga and meditation in 2013. I have been studying yoga, meditation, and Buddhism since 2000. My classes give a practical down to earth explanation of the dharma without dogma. I focus on the experience of the self through meditation, intellectual exploration, and how discovering the true nature of the self reveals the true nature of reality.
Jen is a 200-hour Certified Yoga Teacher through Boston's Back Bay Yoga (now YogaWorks Boston), and has studied a variety of yoga modalities including vinyasa, prenatal, and restorative yoga, as well as mindfulness meditation. She's had experience teaching yoga to practitioners of all ages, from elementary school students to seniors, and everything in between. No matter what style of yoga you're looking for, whether a vigorous vinyasa or a gentle slow flow, Jen will help you feel at ease with her lighthearted and playful style.
After studying dance for many years, Jenn began searching for a way to move her body in a kinder more forgiving holistic way. In 2007, she found yoga and began teaching herself meditation and the asanas. Branching out, she attended her first Jivamukti class, taught by Sharon Gannon and assisted by Giselle Mari. With the influence and support of her beloved teacher Giselle, Jenn attended the New York Jivamukti teacher training in 2015. Since completing her training, she has been mentoring and working closely with Giselle on hands on assists, preparing to give back to the yoga community that has given so much to her. Her greatest wish is to teach in a non-judgemental , compassionate and encouraging manner, bringing self-acceptance and a sense of being supported into every class she teaches.
Yoga has truly transformed me into the person I am today. I worked for more than twenty years in the legal field - unaware of the toll that so many years of stress had taken on my physical and emotional body. The first time I stepped onto my mat I instantly felt the transformation that this practice revealed was a gift - one that we are all born with – but somehow gets lost in the process of daily life. I yearned to experience the peace and deeper meaning of yoga more and more.