Rachel believes yoga can be beneficial for everyone, especially those who are suffering. She found relief from depression, anxiety and lower back pain, and is devoted to helping others heal. She takes a personalized approach to each student, and is enthusiastic about working with those who have physical limitations. Rachel’s alignment-based Vinyasa flow classes are challenging yet supportive, with options for both beginners and advanced practitioners.
Her technique is influenced by her 300 hours of training in Anusara, practice in Vinyasa, Kundalini, Restorative Yoga, and Osho Dynamic Meditation, work with Off the Mat Into the World, study of the Chakra system, a year of intense self exploration with her shamanic healer, extensive travel, and deep study in India.
Brittany writes for the Huffington Post and her own blog- The Breakthrough Blog. Brittany loves dancing, food prepared with love, reading every night and is currently working on her first book.
Always up for a challenge, Jacki is drawn to arm balances and a practice that will not only leave her feeling at peace but one that will also push her to deepen her practice. She guides her students through a well balanced vinyasa flow while offering modifications and more advanced options. Her classes are suitable for all levels, allowing you to make the most of your unique practice.
Having now returned to Philadelphia, her hometown, she aims to serve her students with classes that purify the body and still the mind through the healing power of breath coordinated with mindful movement.
Caitlin has a 200 hour certification in Vinyasa Yoga, a 100 hour certification in Yin Yoga, and has been teaching yoga over the years to adults, children, mama's to be, and anyone willing to give yoga a try. Teaching is Caitlin's passion, and she strives to create a loving, safe space for all of her students to learn, grow, be challenged, and relax all at the same time. She is honored to be able to share her experiences, knowledge and love for movement and yoga with anyone willing to open their hearts and minds and give it a try.