Jennifer is a 200 hr certified Yoga Instructor based in the Philadelphia Area. She took her first yoga class in 2012 and instantly fell in love. And with continued practice, she found that yoga was a great way to combat the body aches that came with working behind a desk. Throughout her journey, Jennifer has had the privilege of learning yoga from so many gifted teachers, helping to shape her into the teacher she is today. Besides yoga, Jenn’s other passion in life is theater. She can often be found in productions in and around Montgomery county.
Sheridan enjoys sharing the fun and playful side of yoga with her students, adapting classes to fit a variety of bodies, abilities and energies. She believes that by keeping our expectations of practice loose and working joyfully with our bodies, it helps to settle the mind for calmer reflection after the movement practice is complete. With that calm, joyful approach, she finds that students naturally progress in the areas that best serve them. Her favorite quote from Lao Tzu, “Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished,” reminds her to be open to how her practice and her students’ practices unfold in their own time.
Alison is an occupational therapist specializing in the upper extremity and became a power flow yoga instructor to inform her practice as well as gain flexibility and a little more “zen” in this crazy world. She is a former high school and college cheerleader, a runner (5k, 10k, 1/2 marathons) and has completed 4 sprint triathlons. Alison came to love the intensity and fire that power yoga builds and finds these work outs just as impactful and beneficial for the other activities she enjoys. Alison loves the personal goals that yoga brings to her life and the mantra “It is yoga practice, not yoga perfect”.
Since Sara’s first yoga class in 2006, her life has never been the same. She incorporates practice into daily rituals especially when she is rock climbing. Her classes include a focused intention, physical asana (poses), and spiritual connection. Besides teaching yoga, she incorporates yoga into retreats through her business, FreedWoman Retreats, in which individuals are empowered through the outdoors, women’s circles, yoga, and meditation. When she is not climbing or teaching yoga, you can find her snowboarding, hiking, or camping. Sara graduated from a 250-hour Yoga Teacher Training at Nectar Yoga Studio.
Lucy studied Yoga for many years in New York City with her teacher, Rose, before her practice led her all over the world to study with master teachers. She is honored to share her knowledge with her students. Lucy teaches Hatha Yoga, where breath and body movement are one. The practice includes Asana (postures), Pranayama (breathing exercises), Meditation and Relaxation. In her classes, you can expect a fun exploration of creative body movement that leads into challenging Asana.
Lucy received her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Certification at High Vibe Yoga in Ubud, Bali. Additionally, she completed her 32-hour Yin Yoga Training at Wake Up Yoga in Philadelphia.