Eleanor is a Licensed Acupuncturist and a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200). She has spent much of the past ten years studying the benefits of yoga and meditation. The practice of yoga has been an exploration into finding peace and balance in Eleanor's life. She uses her knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Meridians in her yoga classes, focusing on promoting the free flow of Qi. Eleanor’s goal is to provide a space where people can access the innate healing capabilities of their own bodies and minds. She meets everyone with compassion and care, and hopes to be a facilitator on each student’s individual journey towards wellness.
RYT800 Advanced Jivamukti Yoga Teacher
Jai believes in the power of a personal, daily spiritual practice to reveal our natural state, pure joy. He has previously worked with the New York Yankees during the 2000 and 2001 seasons, traveling full time with the team. Jai has a World Series Championship ring from the 2000 Subway Series, where the Yanks defeated the Mets in five games. Jai also has a 15 year history of studying Shamanism with Curanderos of the Peruvian Amazon. His work with master plants and use of ancient medicines has positively influenced his bodywork and yoga teaching. Jai believes that the best healers are great listeners, and his work is deeply intuitive. Using the language of touch, he is guided by his client’s vibration, through their anatomy to release trapped energy. Jai hopes to inspire others on the path to optimal health.
Gabby started practicing Yoga in 2010 and began teaching Yoga in 2015. She completed her 200 hour and 500 hour teacher trainings at the Dharma Yoga Center under Yoga master Sri Dharma Mittra. She has taught internationally, assisted at Yoga festivals and workshops, and has been featured in the celebrated publication, Yoga: The Secret of Life by Francesco Mastalia. Through her trainings and years of teaching, Gabby has developed an intuitive sense for supporting the growth of her students. She understands the importance of self discipline paired with playfulness, and encourages her students to push beyond self-imposed limitations. While the physical portion of her class is energetic, Gabby's teaching is driven by the purpose of Yoga - connection to the True Self. Her students can expect to be inspired mentally and physically, but to be balanced with a meditative environment and deep relaxation. Ahimsa, non-harming, is at the heart of Gabby's teaching.
I have spent most of my life exploring spiritual practices, from Zen Buddhism at 18 years old, to a college class in Eastern Psychology, to many trips to India - I have always been a seeker. Like many, I went on a spiritual journey to help heal the wounds of my past. I share everything I learn with the hope that it will help you in the same way it did me. My work is born from my own experience and continues to change and grow as I do.
I have studied yoga, meditation, tantra, reiki and tarot for many years. I believe in magic. Love guides me and shows me the way, the more I learn the more I realize there is so much more to learn! I walk the spiral path of healing humbly with you. Thanks so much for being here.
Kristin Haraldsdottir RYT200
Kristin is an RYT-200 certified yoga teacher and PhD in exercise physiology. Her classes find a balance between the physical challenge of a powerful sequence, and the mental challenge of stillness and control. She knows the transformative power that yoga has had on her own life, and she aims to create a unique and powerful experience in every one of her classes to pass it on.
Sarah’s work is grounded in ancient wisdom and sacred practices, supporting personal and collective processes aimed at awakening the inner well of wisdom that exists within each of us.
Through a journey of spiritual exploration and healing, Sarah found Reiki – a form of hands on energy healing – which offered a framework for understanding the world, both physical and spiritual. Sarah went on to study Reiki, initially as a tool to support her own process of healing, and spiritual exploration. This exploration took her from the city of San Francisco, to the jungles of Mexico and the ancient land of Israel before relocating to the Hudson Valley. During this time she became a Master level initiate in the Usui lineage of Reiki, became certified as a breathwork and meditation teacher through the Academy of Breath with additional breathwork training from David Elliot, and completed an ACC Coaching Program through the MMS Institute of Northern California.
In her practice she offers intuitive coaching, hands on Reiki and guided breathwork as a form of somatic therapy, physical inquiry and healing.
Danielle Delmolino, RYT 200; Danielle lives in Columbia County with her husband and her three cats. She loves the outdoors, lives to travel, but is especially passionate about yoga. She's a bhakti yogi who expresses her spirituality and love of yoga through movement, meditation, and chanting. She completed her 200 hour teacher training with Keli Lalita at Yoga Mandali in Saratoga Springs, NY, and has continued to study under the guidance of many gifted teachers. Danielle will guide you on a gentle journey of self care, and personal growth by sharing lessons that apply to your life on and off the mat.
I'm a Kripalu trained 500 hr RYT under the Yoga Alliance. My goal is to make yoga fun and empowering for everyone, as well as helping my students find their edge without jumping over it. My classes are challenging yet grounding, I'll offer modifications for all asanas.
Kundalini Yoga is the yoga of awareness. Its purpose is to strengthen your nervous system and offer you technology that will allow you to evolve into a self-sensory human. It's like an owner's manual for human consciousness and provides you with tools to grow emotionally, physically, and spiritually.
Marina first encountered Kundalini yoga in 2014. The practice was nothing like she had ever experienced in any other yoga class and it changed her perspective on life almost instantly. In 2017 Marina completed her Level 1 certification and has since shared her passion for the discipline and the power of the teachings at various healing gatherings, retreats, and yoga studios in New York City and the tri-state area.
Jenny is a 200hr RYT with an Associates Degree in Dance, as well as Applied Science. She specializes in Injury Prevention and is comfortable instructing all levels/ages. Jenny considers movement medicine and structures her classes accordingly. Her goal is to guide you through and to each asana (pose) with intention. This technique helps prevent injuries both on and off the yoga mat.
Singing Bowls & Reiki
Sera works as a conduit to the illuminating intelligences of Tarot, I-Ching, Runes, Astrology and Usui Reiki which activate the mind and body’s natural ability to transform, heal, and thrive.
Annie is a strong believer in the healing power of intention and self love. She has a lifelong history of meditation, chanting and energy work of various lineages including Kundalini Yoga and the Pathwork.
She views each class as a gift of opportunity for growth, both for teacher and student. Her classes are centered around the core teachings of Kundalini breathwork and mantras, accessible to all, and open to everyone.
Sarah is a certified Pilates Teacher with Power Pilates NYC and The Pilates Method Alliance, as well as a New York State licensed physical therapist.
After graduating from Union College with a B.S. in biochemistry and a minor in art history, Sarah began practicing Pilates. In 2009, Sarah completed the Power Pilates Comprehensive Certification and since then she has had the honor of studying with Bob Liekens, Leah Katz, Jay Grimes, and Irene Dowd, to name a few. In 2011 Sarah became a Teacher Trainer for Power Pilates. While teaching Pilates, Sarah completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from The Sage Colleges in Troy, NY, and published an article in The Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies on Pilates and stroke.