MEET OUR YOGA INSTRUCTORS
Corinne is a 500RYT, classically trained in Hatha yoga, and teaches a variety of yoga methods including Vinyasa, Power, Yin, Meditation, Chakra and Bandha work.
Corinne was drawn to yoga after a severe injury which had sidelined her running practice. She quickly realized that yoga was providing more than just a means of healing and strengthening. She felt a profound shift and noticed improvement in her focus, concentration and management of stress levels off the mat. That inspired her to attend teacher training with the intention of deepening her own personal practice.
After graduating, Corinne became passionate to share the far-reaching practice of yoga and its benefits with others. With an emphasis on the Iyengar and Kripalu lineages which highlight proper alignment, Corinne is technical with her teaching so her students can learn to improve range of motion and to find equanimity in both body and mind.
Meet her on the mat, and enjoy a challenging, mindful practice!
Ginger is a 200 RYT yoga instructor and Second Degree Reiki practitioner. While teaching a variety of class styles, she loves sharing the gift of yoga with her students and teachers of all levels. A connective energy, in her classes she combines breath work with postures to maximize internal heat with movement to deepen the practice. It’s a wonderful way to cultivate awareness and flexibility while strengthening. Practicing helps us connect internally. Come join her on your Sunday for a relaxing and empowering weekend!
Heather has been practicing yoga for over 15 years, but she truly fell in love with yoga after her first son was born, and she found herself feeling very stressed. She quickly realized that yoga and meditation could be a safe calming space for her to move through her feelings and promote a calm mind.
After creating a home practice for some time, she started practicing at a studio that was offering teacher training, and she decided to join. It was a transformative experience for her, and she came out with a 300 hour certification in Yin and power style yoga. She loves teaching calm and meditative classes, with lots of focus on breathing and relaxing the mind. Her intention is to offer classes for students of any level, and for them to leave feeling a little bit lighter.
Lori is an Ashtanga Based ERYT200/ERYT500/CPR Certified yoga instructor. After an extensive home practice, Lori earned her 200-hour RYT Training at Anala Yoga and then her 500-hour RYT with Sharon Denton Yoga. Lori is a Pinellas Virtual School English Lead Instructor with an Education background from the College of St. Scholastica, Exeter College, Oxford University, England, and the University of Minnesota. Lori has served as the Tru-Well (Tru-Well.com) Spiritual Coach providing meditation and Yoga education and published yoga articles for an on-line wellness website. Working remotely enabled Lori to develop discipline of the mind and body practicing the eight limbs of yoga.
Lori believes in the positive benefits of all styles of yoga and hopes to guide others to this healing practice. If you ask her “What is yoga?” her response, “Yoga is poetry of the body” and what else would you expect from an English Major?
Sarah's love for yoga began over 15 years ago when she walked into a yoga studio in South Tampa, FL and never looked back. After spending nearly 20 years in personal training as a NASM certified trainer, group fitness instructor, and long distance runner, she found her new passion in yoga. Having raised three active children and turning that corner into fifty, Sarah knew that if she was going to do this aging thing gracefully she would need more in her life than what she had been doing. She also realized along the way that the best gift she could give to her now grown children, was the gift of her own good health. She found that gift through yoga.
Sarah completed her Yoga Alliance 200 hour certification in 2014 with Pose by Pose Yoga School in Tampa and is currently working on her 500 hour Yoga Alliance certification with the Lotus Pond in Tampa. Sarah's teaching styles include Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Yin, and Restorative Yoga. She leverages her extensive background in functional training and alignment to help her students use yoga as a tool for recovery, rebuilding, and injury prevention and to live energized and more pain free lives.