Our teachers are classically and anatomically trained to offer students a robust yoga practice that is appropriate for every level of student. Each class will contain poses, breathing exercises and a relaxation at the end. Prior to class, please remind your teacher of any physical conditions which may necessitate modifications to your practice.
- Debra Barrett is passionate about making yoga accessible to everyone. Certified through Westchester Yoga Arts in 2012, Deb has enjoyed teaching a variety of students, and continues to learn and grow.
- Char Daigle is the owner of Yoga Station. Char has been teaching yoga since 1996 when she became a certified teacher through Integral Yoga Institute in NYC. In 2002, Char received further training through Bhava Yoga known for its eloquent sequencing and fantastic adjustments. Char and Ravi’s articles on yoga have been published in Yoga Journal, Shape, and American Fitness. She feels blessed from the continual support of the community and offers a heartfelt thanks!
- Danielle Havasy is a professional yoga and Pilates teacher. Her passion for yoga is rooted in a fondness for physical exercise and a deep personal attachment to spiritual exploration. Beyond holding certifications in pilates and several yoga disciplines (including pre-natal yoga) Danielle has completed a variety of fitness and health certifications to enhance her training and expertise, and has been featured in Women’s Health, XOJane.com, therichest.com and RateYourBurn.
- Bomsinae Kim is a 300-hour certified Jivamukti yoga teacher. She began her yoga practice as a means for physical fitness but over time began to experience its healing qualities and its impact on her mental and emotional strength. She hopes to practice compassion and humility as she continues to deepen her physical, emotional and spiritual practice. Bomsinae has also completed trauma-informed yoga teacher training from Exhale to Inhale, a non-profit that serves survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault through trauma-informed yoga practice. She is also on the board of the organization. Bomsinae comes from a background of non-profit and is still active in the space as a volunteer.
- Ravi Malhotra has been a student of yoga since 1977 when he started taking classes at the Ramakrishna Ashram in India. Since then, he has studied from various teachers and traditions including Integral Yoga, David Life and Sharon Gannon of Jivamukti Yoga, and Richard Freeman. Ravi juxtaposes both Eastern and Western viewpoints in his classes, focusing on the physical, but integrating the subtle body, the breath, the bandhas or locks, the nadis or subtle channels, and the mind (in other words, the Union of all — Yoga).
- Paula Pierolivo has been teaching children and adults all over the world since 2009. While in Nairobi, Paula taught yoga to expats at the International School of Kenya and children traumatized by violence at The Nest Home, where both groups experienced the healing power of yoga. In 2016, Paula became a certified Mindfulness and Yoga teacher through Little Flower Yoga. Paula’s classes are soothing and relaxing. Her light-hearted approach allow her students to feel at ease and supported during their yoga practice.
- Shivani Singh’s yoga journey started in 2008 in India, when she fell in love with yoga in her very first class. Since then, she has traveled all over the world, practicing many different styles of yoga, under many distinguished teachers. When she moved back to New York in 2014, she completed her 200 hour RYT certification with the intention of teaching yoga that is safe and accessible for everyone. She believes that yoga is a not a sequence of random poses, but, instead, is a structured way to fuse the physical movements with various breathing techniques. Shivani has led workshops, taught at Hunter College to kids with special needs, worked with people with chronic illnesses, and with professional athletes. Additionally she is a Yoga Therapy certified teacher
- Nannette Wasserman has practiced yoga and meditation for over thirty-five years. As a teenager, long before yoga was popular, she joined her artist mother in yoga and meditation classes. Together they studied Iyengar and much later, ISHTA yoga. Her teachings focus on building flexibility and strength within the proper alignment while cultivating an open heart. Nannette consistently provides modifications as well as progressions for each asana so that all students, from beginners to advanced practitioners, are able to find their edge and breathe fully and deeply while moving through the poses. She believes a practice of mindfulness and energy management builds personal resilience.