Jenna’s yoga practice began in 2009 as a way to relieve stress in college. Yoga quickly turned into a passion fueled by its many benefits to mind and body. She completed her 200 hour Vinyasa Teacher Training with Wild Soul Yoga in 2014.
Yoga has given Jenna confidence, courage, strength, and positivity. She hopes to pass these powerful gifts onto yogis of all shapes and sizes through her teaching. Come to her class ready to flow, breathe, laugh, and have fun!
Jackie discovered yoga in 2003. She turned her passion for practicing yoga into teaching, and in 2006 started teaching yoga to children and adults in both studio and beach settings. She received her 200 hours of yoga training through Fitness Yoga Studios and is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance®.
In 2015, Jackie took her yoga passion to the sea and trained with Amelia Travis of Stoked Yogi to receive certification in Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) Yoga. Throughout most of the summer, she can be found in the shallows of the Cape May Harbor flowing and paddling under the sun. Jackie has studied Thai Yoga Bodywork with Michael “Mukti” Buck of the Vedic Conservatory and Rose Griscom of the Institute of Thai Massage.
In addition, she graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary and Special Education. Jackie and her husband currently reside in Sewell with their two mini yogis, Sophia and Nicholas.
Jordi is a 200-hour-trained yoga instructor. He received his certification in Vinyasa yoga on the Hawaiian Island of Maui.
Jordi's practice focuses on channeling mental strength to build a more powerful mind, body and spirit. He has taught Aloha Vinyasa in Hawaii and his classes are centered around arm balances, inversions and building killer bandas.
Come ready to work up a sweat and to practice exciting poses!
Kelly has been bringing the gift of yoga to her students since first obtaining her certification in 2013. She did her 200 hour training with Colleen Verton through Marianne Wells Yoga School, an Iyengar based yoga training. This lineage of yoga focuses on the alignment of the asanas and using props to assist in finding ease in the breath while holding them.
Her teacher training and her graduate education in Biomechanics and Anatomy help to mold her classes into a unique presentation of the practice of yoga. Kelly is currently obtaining her 500 hour training through Yogawood’s teacher training program, always learning, always a student of the practice, keeping her humble and passionate about sharing all that she encounters with students in her classes.
She believes in the magic of the practice, lives her yoga and strives to create a sense of self-awareness and peace in each of her students.
In 2004, Stacey began exploring yoga and in 2010, after several health set backs and surgeries, she developed a serious relationship with her yoga practice. She fell instantly in love with the nurturing connection of the mind, body, and spirit. Stacey has a background in teaching and has always been deeply passionate about being of service so in 2013 she became an RYT 200 through the Marianne Wells Yoga School at Pink Lotus Yoga.
She feels transformed by the teachings of yoga and the experience of being on her mat. It is truly important for her to share these positive effects that yoga has had upon her health and well being in hopes of continuing these positive effects among others.
Stacey is also certified in trauma informed yoga, yoga4sobriety, and is attuned in Reiki level 1. Her mantra is... lokaha samastah sukhino bhavaintu ~ may all beings everywhere be happy and free.
Sheila started practicing yoga in college in 2007. She quickly fell in love and started teaching groups of people on medical mission trips for fun. She eventually completed a 100-hr Bhakti vinyasa training in Northern Pennsylvania in 2012. This led her to teach yoga classes to hospital staff at the Wellness Center of the hospital she was working as a nurse.
In 2015, Sheila completed a 200-hr vinyasa training in Maui, teaching on the island of Maui after training completed and various studios upon her return.
Sheila has a passion for restorative yoga, yoga nidra, and a well-rounded vinyasa, healing the body, mind, and soul. Her passion for integrative medicine as a nurse practitioner has led her to incorporate yoga into healing.
Denise started yoga in the end of 2012 in hopes of "getting in shape". This busy mom/wife/hairstylist had never done any physical activities or workouts her whole life. She was finally ready to focus on her own health and didn't realize her favorite part would be the time on the mat with herself.
Denise was instantly hooked when she started practicing Ashtanga yoga, but could only make it in once a week. Life took her on a mini hiatus through the next 2 years but she began seeking more from her practice. By the end of 2014 she found a teacher that kept class vigorous, challenging, fun and palatable for real life. This finally got Denise to be a dedicated practitioner which inspired her to take the 200 hour teacher training program in September 2015.
Denise began teaching in January of 2016 prior to her February YTT graduation. An awesome relationship with arm balancing developed and propelled her into teaching her own Arm Balancing workshop at studios in the area. She likes to keep her classes focused on all that sparked her passion while helping people realize all their limitless possibilities. Her vigorous, challenging, and fun flows build strength and maybe even laughter.
Will first began practicing yoga in 2003 while at college to help deal with some stress and to meet new people. After practicing for several years while away at school in Connecticut, Will graduated, returned home to the Philadelphia Metro region and continued studying yoga until finally enrolling in Yogawood's 200-hour Teacher Training program in 2009. Will graduated in 2010 and has been teaching ever since.
Will's classes include a vigorous and dynamic asana practice set to some rocking music mixed with philosophy and a little comedy.
Brittany started practicing yoga after a car accident and three shoulder surgeries in search of way to ease her chronic neck spasms and zero shoulder mobility. After her first yoga class she fell in love with the practice and plunged into yoga teacher training with Dhyana Yoga.
Her training and heart is based in Ashtanga yoga. Brittany’s sequences are known to be challenging yet accessible to all, with a deep focus in mindful movement, playful exploration and lightheartedness.
Lindsey started practicing Bikram yoga in 2006 as a way to get back into shape after having her first child. Shortly after, she realized in addition in getting in shape, yoga was also helping to alleviate her chronic lower back pain.
With a desire to expand her yoga practice, Lindsey then started to explore Vinyasa based yoga and began to realize the many other benefits of yoga. Inspired to educate and bring yoga to others she completed a 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training with Wild Soul Yoga in December 2014 and has been teaching Yin Yoga since February 2016. In March 2017, Lindsey also completed a 30-Hour Yin Yoga Immersion and Teacher Training with Experience Yoga.
Yoga continues to contribute to the many positive transformations in Lindsey’s life on and off the yoga mat and her goal is for other yogis to experience the same.
Melissa started yoga in 2010 after spending many years moving around the country and trying different exercise routines. She got hooked on yoga after her first class and it steadily became a key part of her life. In 2014, Melissa began teaching a volunteer senior yoga program and in 2016 she received her 200-hour yoga certification through Fitness Yoga and is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance. Her yoga philosophy is to make yoga a vital part of everyday life and connect on a physical and mental level.
Melissa enjoys spending time with her husband Sean, their three sons Brendan, Kyle and Ryan, and their Boston Terrier, Sox the Dog. She teaches encouraging and fun-filled classes for all levels - always with with good music.
Suzanne's introduction to yoga began in 2001 after an injury ended her running career. She was drawn in by the challenging workout and stayed when she realized it was a healing modality. Suzanne also credits her yoga practice with helping her relieve the stress of new motherhood and stay active during those years.
In addition to her undergraduate and graduate degrees, Suzanne completed a 200-hour Teacher Training with Wild Soul Yoga and participated in numerous workshops and courses on meditation, personal and professional growth, leadership training, team building and overcoming fear.
She is committed to helping others realize their own potential, and encourages her students to challenge themselves and push past their perceived limitations. Suzanne has a nurturing soul, is full of energy and her quick wit will keep you smiling throughout class.