Yoga Instructors

Jennifer Smith

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.
yoga instructor in pose in gazebo with trees and greenery in background
yoga instructor in pose with painted flower wall in background

Sheridan Earle

Sheridan invites students of all experience levels and abilities to join in a calming and invigorating flow. With a background in Hatha, Vinyasa, and Yin styles of yoga, she has worked with all different skill levels of students, from never-stepped-on-a-yoga-mat newbies to nearly-levitating-I’m-so-enlightened yogis. While enjoying the physical benefits yoga has offered her, Sheridan quickly realized the deeper benefits of yoga, mentally and emotionally, providing life lessons that she’s been able to apply off the mat. It is now her honor to be able to share some of what she’s learned with others! Her favorite quote sums up her personal approach: ‘Yoga is not about touching your toes. It’s what you learn on the way down.’ ~ Jigar Gor
Sheridan is a 500-hr RYT, currently pursuing her Comprehensive Yoga Therapy Certification through the YogaLife Institute in King of Prussia.

Alison Babula

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”.
yoga instructor in upside down pose between arch with greenery