Terri has been practicing yoga since 1998 when she fell in love with it. After seven years of practice she decided to become a yoga teacher and enrolled in a 200 hr teacher training program at Saraswati River Yoga in New Hope, PA from 2005-2006. In 2007 Terri then received her Yoga Ed teacher certificate and has been teaching children yoga as young as 2 years old! She loves seeing them in such delightfuls poses. Through a 30 hr training program with Sally Miller, Terri received her Yin Yoga teaching certificate in 2009. She realizes that it is important to have a steady practice to move you into a place of harmony and peace. There are so many things that come our way that is completely out of our control and by implementing a daily practice of meditation, pranayama, asanas and savasana it moves us from choas to clarity. We learn to pause before reacting and we find that place within us that is grounding and peaceful. Namaste!
Rebecca first started yoga as a way to keep dance in her life. After dancing through college, the thought of giving it up entirely was terrifying. It wasn’t until the summer of 2014, doing teacher training at Zen Den in Margate, NJ, that she realized yoga was so much more than just a replacement for dance. Meditation and pranayama calmed thoughts, asanas instilled confidence and yamas and niyamas provided a way to evaluate one’s values on and off of the mat. Through yoga, she has grown tremendously as a person and she hopes to share that with her students. Through assisted poses and modifications, she believes each student can achieve the same bliss. With strong Iyengar influences instilled in her through her mentors, Rebecca’s style of teaching focuses on flowing through poses while building towards a peak pose. Proper alignment and meditation are stressed in all of Rebecca’s classes.
Nicole started practicing yoga in 2001 as a
spiritual seeker and traveled doing Seva (volunteer work) at yoga centers
throughout the country. In 2003 she started teaching and has certifications in
vinyasa flow, yin yoga, meditation, and assist and adjust. Yoga
translates to "yoke" or join together. So many of her teachers and
experiences have guided her along the way, each perspective adding to the
larger picture. She simply seeks to offer and to learn. Namaste!
Devin’s yogic journey began when she was a teenager, practicing
in her parent’s living room to a VHS of Bryan Kest. Over the years, she
started to appreciate yoga as a way to release stress and calm her anxious
mind. The more consistently she practiced, the better she felt, inside
and out. Through her practice, she has found a deeper awareness of her
thoughts, mindfulness in her words and actions, and a boundless search for
opportunities to be a better human being. After about a year of consistently showing up to her mat,
she decided to register for training in early 2015. She received her RYT200
certification and soon after started her journey sharing the practice with
those around her. You can find Devin teaching powerful, fiery flows as
well as classes filled with deep, restorative asanas.
Outside of yoga, Devin enjoys cycling, rock climbing,
hiking, and experimenting in the kitchen. Devin’s hope is that her
classes inspire her students to live a healthier, happier and more peaceful
Carol’s yogic journey began more than 15 years ago and has grown into a true passion. While she is a Registered Yoga Alliance RYT and Certified YogaKids teacher CYKT, she still considers herself a student at heart, as there is always something more to learn from yoga. Yoga and meditation have taught her how to be humble, grateful and mindful as well as connected to the spirit that lies within. She has learned that yoga is a process which allows one to experience life with a conscious awareness, growing and manifesting along the way. Yoga has given her the tools to meet life on life’s terms and focus on the present moment. Carol loves to be creative and has a true compassion for people.
Carol offers Vinyasa flow classes that make it accessible for everyone. Her classes range from gentle flow, beginner to intermediate levels with modifications and challenges for all to explore. Swimming, reading, long walks in nature and getting in touch with her spirituality, are outside interests that Carol enjoys. She also loves teaching Hot Yoga, challenging her students to find their edge.
Carol resides in Bucks County, has three grown children, a husband who supports her on her yogic path and a dog Bailey who adds sunshine to her day.
Carol was first introduced to yoga in 2006 during a very
stressful time in her life. Connecting mind, body & spirit brought on
feelings of peace & calm & the healing journey began. Carol's love for
yoga is rooted in the connection between the breath & movement. Her gentle
class helps increase flexibility, mental clarity, stress reduction &
relaxation. All these benefits of yoga, when put together, contribute to an
increased feeling of well-being & an overall sense of calm. Carol's personal yoga practice led her to
Yogasphere where she completed her teacher training in 2013. Carol is so
grateful to her friends & family for all their love & support, patience
Loretta began practicing yoga in 2001 as a means of
increasing her strength and flexibility in addition to decreasing stress in her
life. She remembers feeling “2 inches taller” after her very first
class!!! After 12 years of practicing, she knew the time was right to
share her passion with others. With the support and encouragement of
family and friends, Loretta began a Yoga Alliance Certified Teaching Training
Program in September, 2012 and is now registered with the Yoga Alliance.
She plans on continuing to explore the yoga world by attending conferences,
workshops, etc. Christina Kaplan
Born and raised
in Newtown Borough, Christina was exposed to the Yoga world at a very young
age, inspired by her Mother, Elle Kaplan. Christina gently opened to the idea
of yoga and the myriad of benefits as a young girl. In her teenage years, she
began to attend classes and workshops alongside her Mother, closely learning
through various advanced and renowned teachers such
as Seane Corn, Ashley Turner, and Elena Brower. Christina is both very
fortunate and humbled to have the ability to learn so much from these unique
teachers, most importantly, she is grateful to cultivate such a deep an
understanding of Yoga in all aspects of life: physically, mentally, and
spiritually through so many different perspectives.
Carrying this holistic understanding of
Yoga into her college experience at the University of Redlands, Christina began
to teach impromptu basic yoga classes to her peers. It was then when she
realized teaching Yoga was her true, natural passion. Beginning to understand
the beneficial power of a daily yoga practice from her own perspective, eager
to learn more.
In the summer of 2015, she embarked
on a month-long, intensive journey to the Big Island of Hawaii for her 200-hour
Yoga Works Teacher Training, studying under Alicia Cheung and Oliver Reinsch.
This being when her passion blossomed and her path became more clear than ever
Now, living back in Newtown, Christina travels on her
yogic path. Additionally, she is trained in therapeutic Thai massage, an
award-winning artist, and a Reiki practitioner. Learning more each and every
single day, recognizing the teachers in all beings everywhere, understanding
the importance of balance between effort and ease, her practice is inspired by
the connection of our world and the beauty of it all.
first started practicing yoga in 2004, shortly after the birth of her son. She
quickly began to reap the benefits of her practice, just an hour or two each
week when she could focus inward and quiet the mind. By 2007, Renée made a life
changing decision to leave her desk job behind and pursue a new career promoting
good health and wellness. She became a successful Certified Personal Trainer,
and in 2012, completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training. In 2014, Renée pursued
a degree in physical therapy where she studied anatomy, kinesiology,
therapeutic exercise, and rehabilitation.
Renée, yoga is a practice that ties everything together and helps her
experience the feeling of oneness of the body, mind and spirit. She believes that
each time we practice yoga, we have an opportunity to tune in to the present
moment, confront our strengths and weaknesses without judgment, and discover
our true capacity to live life to its fullest. As a teacher, Renée encourages
her students to let go of restrictive thoughts and patterns and to open up to the
possibility of discovering an unlimited potential for power and grace.
currently works at Cornerstone Physical Therapy. In addition to practicing
yoga, she loves hiking and camping, spending time with friends, and being
outdoors. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Roger Williams University and a
master’s degree from Cornell University. Renée is originally from Ithaca, NY,
and now lives in Washington Crossing, PA with her son, Jaden, husband, Gary,
and their two dogs, Betty and Coda.
Ginger began practicing yoga in 2008 during a very stressful time in her life. She wanted to learn if yoga could quiet her mind and the many thoughts that swirled around if only for that hour. She also wanted to supplement her existing fitness regimen of cycling and weight training. Through the practice of Vinyasa Flow yoga, Ginger became aware of the importance of linking her breath and movement together, the cornerstone of yoga, which translated literally means “to join”. Ginger took the lessons she learned on her mat during her Yoga practice to off the mat and in to her private life. She learned how to live a more harmonious and joyful life through yoga.
Ginger completed her yoga teacher training program at Yogasphere in early 2012 and is a RYT-200 certified yoga instructor through Yoga Alliance. In February 2015, she completed Level One Restorative Yoga Teacher Training at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, MA. Ginger also has a Master's Degree in Anatomy and Physiology which brings great depth and knowledge to her teachings and own practice. Ginger’s passion is teaching new students to yoga the basics of a yoga practice including meditation techniques, chanting, pranayama (breath control) and asanas (poses). She focuses on the importance of the proper alignment of poses to protect the student while also increasing their strength and flexibility.
Ginger lives in Washington Crossing with her husband, Ben, and has a blended family of three children, her son Adam and stepdaughters, Meghan and Sarah. She enjoys spending time with her family on sailing vacations, tending to her flower and vegetable gardens and walking her dogs Buddy and Cookie Dough. Karen Vanderwall
Karen has long found fulfillment in nature and the outdoors.
When she discovered yoga after her first child was born 15 years ago, she began
to feel a similar connection with the essence of balance, presence, and sense
of interconnectedness. She also began to
realize the grounding and healing potential of yoga.
As practicing enriched her life, she decided to pursue
further training and share the gifts of yoga with others through teaching. her
to teach and deepen her practice.
Karen teaches her classes with a focus on meeting students
where they are on their yoga journey and guiding them along the many paths of
yoga to find wholeness – their true nature - with the knowledge that when
students feel fulfilled the student, community and planet will benefit.
Karen earned her 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified teacher
training program through Yogasphere in the spring of 2012 and has been teaching
since then. She continues to participate
in workshops and trainings to enhance her passion for yoga and enrich her
classes. She is blessed with a loving
and supportive husband and three teenage children.
Having lived in several places and practicing yoga in many studios since 2000, Brooke has always found her place on the mat. Yoga has brought her focus, strength, confidence, and greater self acceptance. In 2012, she completed a 200 hour vinyasa flow teacher training as a means to re-boot her personal practice, and through that transformative experience, she now teaches several styles to students of all levels. With a strong hatha yoga base, training in Restorative Yoga, and certified in Reiki, Brooke stresses proper form as well as honoring one’s body and limitations.
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