Ava Gerber
Katherine Colla

Every body is different and the goal is to help each recognize the benefits of building a balanced body, a full breath, and a more awakened sense of being. Katherine Colla’s classes encourage movement of the body to invigorate the breath and to maintain a present and attentive mind. Unique and challenging sequences are imbued with traditional asanas and attention to detail.

Tiffany Chandler

Tiffany completed her 800-hour certification through Jivamukti Yoga School under the careful and hilarious tutelage of Matthew Thomas Lombardo. Her classes are influenced by the many teachers she is honored to have studied with; inspired by the dharma of Sharon Gannon, the powerful assists of David Life, the eclectic musical stylings of Rima Rani Rabbath, the challenging yet graceful sequencing of Nichole Nichols (Narayani), and the engaging and relatable way mister Lombardo blends these all together. Tiffany’s greatest desire is to be a conduit for the powerful teachings and lineage she is constantly humbled to be a part of.

Bridgette Trezza

Balancing discipline with play and self inquiry, Bridgette Trezza aims to create a space in which students can challenge and support themselves through their own practice. By helping them connect to an inner steadiness, she hopes for students to feel inspired to move through life with greater sensitivity and grace.

John Son
Wielding a deadly smile, John Son wants nothing more than to open your heart through asana, meditation, and the written word. His classes reflect his training and ongoing studies in Conquering Lion Yoga and Tibetan Buddhism, and are infused with warmth, openness, and humor. By the grace of his innumerable beloved teachers, including Kelly Morris, Venerable Thupten Phuntsok, Geshe Michael Roach, Lama Christie McNally, John Stilwell, Lama James Connor, Lama Lisette Garcia, and Ori Carin and Nancy Allen, John is grateful for any opportunity to pass along their teachings. He is also on the Conquering Lion Yoga faculty as a meditation instructor, and trains ninja yogis and yoginis through his blog at ninjayoga.tumblr.com. Scholastic published his young adult novel Finding My Hat in 2003. You can find out more at bodhijohn.com.
I have been teaching yoga since 2008, and my passion for healing has showed me a path to become students of different healing modalities including reiki, craniosacral therapy, massage therapy, and acupuncture. My intention for my practice is to create space for us each individuals to bring awareness inward, and to connect to our inner space filled with wisdom, love, healing and peace.
Joanna Cantor

Joanna’s goal is to help her students unite body and mind in the present moment, leaving them sweaty and calm. Her breath-based vinyasa classes heat and strengthen the physical body to prepare for relaxation and release. She is knowledgeable about restorative and yin yoga, and breathing techniques that bring about inner focus and tranquility. Joanna has trained in trauma-sensitive yoga and continues to study yoga as a complementary treatment for PTSD. In addition to teaching group and private classes, she has taught yoga and meditation to patients working with severe depression, schizophrenia, and addiction at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. She loves seeing firsthand how yoga and other mind-body practices promote healing. Joanna is a graduate of Conquering Lion Yoga teacher training.  www.joannacantoryoga.com

Mary Molluso

Mary is passionate to share the practice of yoga with individuals from all walks of life and at all levels of practice.  Originally drawn to yoga for stress and anxiety reduction, she has been exploring various yoga styles and practices for the past 15 years.  With an equal love for sweaty vinyasa classes and kirtans, Mary completed her first 200-hour Certification in Traditional Hatha Yoga at Integral Yoga Institute, NYC in 2011 and has been teaching since.  In 2014 she completed a second 200-hour Certification in Vinyasa-style at Prema Yoga, Brooklyn.
As an Educator currently working with adolescents within NYC High Schools, Mary is a Certified Teen Yoga Instructor through Karma Kids, and The Lineage Project’s Yoga for At-Risk and Incarcerated Youth.  
Mary’s classes aim to inspire others to find some balance and calm, spaciousness and strength on their mat and in their everyday lives. Her classes utilize a breath-centered approach, integrating safe and effective sequencing with yoga philosophy and music.  She is grateful for all of the teachers and students that continue to guide, inspire and challenge her on this never-ending ride.    ~”Everything and everyone in this life is my teacher” (Ramana Maharshi).

Ximena Savitch

Ximena is an advanced certified yoga teacher, activist and healer whose classes align the body, heart and spirit with all of life. Her teachings encourage students to go beyond the physical and listen to the divine voice that arises from deep within—a presence that reminds us of our interconnection with all that exists. As this awareness grows, we awaken to our true selves who, by nature, are compassionate and loving and long to “be the change we wish to see in the world.” Ximena’s teachings draw from her own life experiences and reflect her strong call to live in the service of others. She was born in Lima, Peru, grew up in the suburbs of Washington, DC and currently resides in New York City. Ximena began teaching yoga in 2008, graduated from the Jivamukti Yoga™ teacher training in 2009, and received her advanced certification in 2012. She continues to study yoga as a holistic path to healing. She is grateful to her beloved teachers, Sharon Gannon and David Life, and to all of the teachers from whom she has learned and who continue to inspire her and illuminate her path.

Jennifer Tench

Jennifer has been taking Pilates classes around New York City for over ten years. She received her PIlates mat ceritification in basic, intermediate, and advanced PIlates from the excellent trainers at Core Pilates NYC. She teaches classical PIlates, emphasizing the control and coordination of the body and mind. She is inspired to help her students understand Joseph Pilates’s belief that physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness.

Natalie Wooller

With a background in humanitarian aid, Natalie was introduced to Jivamukti yoga after a friend brought her to her first Jivamukti class in 2010, shortly after returning from Iraq. In that first class, she experienced a release and, eager to understand the magic of Jivamukti, went on to complete the teacher training in 2011. Natalie later completed the 800-hour apprenticeship program with Rima Rabbath.
From its platform of spiritual activism and compassion for all beings, to the intelligent sequencing, music and incorporation of mindfulness, the Jivamukti method continues to resonate with Natalie as a way to remain present with ourselves and connected to the world around us.

Natalie continues to learn daily from the incredible students and teachers around her.