Our Teachers
  • Keli Lalita
    RYT 500

    Keli Lalita dasi has been teaching yoga for almost a decade and has spent many of those years training regularly with Shiva Rea. She was first introduced to yoga as a child by her mother, who studied yoga with the disciples of Sri Rama Krishna at the Vivikananda Vedanta Vihar in the foothills of the Catskill mountains. 

    Keli has lead and assisted retreats both here in the US, in Costa Rica and in India. She is one of the co-founders of Mantralogy, a record label which is dedicated to bringing Sacred Music to the masses.  Her teaching is also deeply inspired by her practice of Bhakti yoga, by the divine poetry of Hafiz, Mirabai, Mary Oliver and Bhaktivinode Thakur and by her belief all beings are Divine that remembering this one fact is the goal of human life! She lives in Stuyvesant Falls with her husband and three children.

  • Gabby DiGiovani
    500hr Certified Dharma Yoga

    Gabriella began practicing Yoga at age 18 in search of spiritual guidance and discovery. When she discovered Sri Dharma Mittra and embarked on the Life of a Yogi teacher training, her life was catapulted into a new upward direction. Through Dharma Yoga, Gabriella has found a stability and peace through constant practice. She seeks to grow as both a teacher and student of Yoga.

  • Danielle Delmolino
    RYT 200

    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.

  • Jayme Strype
    RYT 200

    Jayme is a movement and fitness coach that focuses on how movement can change not only your physical health, but most importantly your MENTAL health. She cares about psychology, mental health awareness and the betterment of self. In 2017 she completed her 200hr YTT at Vitality Yoga in New Paltz, NY. She’s trained in an alignment based vinyasa and her favorite class to teach is a fiery power vinyasa. In her few years of teaching, she has developed a style of teaching that incorporates playfulness, personality, realness and connection to self into her classes. She wants each and every person to come out of her classes smiling, feeling more connected to a playful, childish and yet more centered sense of self. In addition to her YTT and with a background in acrobatics, she teaches AcroYoga and is a certified High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) instructor.  If you’re looking for her, you can probably find her upside down training handstands! Don’t worry, she wants to help you learn those too!

  • Richard Gillette
    RYT 200

    Richard Gillette realized it’s never too late to address the body, mind and spirit when he started his yoga practice in 2002 at age 50. 

    He found his way into a Chair assisted Yoga class as a result of falling from his bike and harming his hip. The teacher and the diversity of the poses, combined with the enthusiasm of the students, kept him coming to that class consistently, well after his injury healed. 

    Richard has recently received certification from an eight month Teacher Training intensive with Sondra Loring at Sadhana Center for Yoga and Meditation in Hudson  E-RYT 200  and now teaches the Community Chair Yoga Class at Bodhi Holistic Spa that he was so enamored with. 

  • Adina Saperstein
    RYT, Reiki, Kundalini Yoga

    Adina is a multi-lineage yoga and meditation teacher, yoga therapist and integrative coach with deep reverence and curiosity for the many paths of yoga. She has been teaching since 2012, and has completed teaching certifications in the Dharma Yoga lineage at Brooklyn Yoga School; Vinyasa flow at Urban Flow in San Francisco; Kundalini Yoga at Studio Pachamama in Brooklyn; Yoga for Twelve Step Recovery with Nikki Myers; Secular Buddhist meditation at the Interdependence Project and Tibetan Buddhist meditation at the Three Jewels in NYC. She is currently completing an 800-Hour training in Yoga Therapy and integrates yoga, meditation, and yoga therapy into her work as a transformative coach. She is deeply grateful to her many teachers and for the opportunity to teach at Bodhi.

  • Lila Vrindaven
    RYT 200

    Lila Vrindavan is an artist, educator, and yoga instructor who is committed to sharing metaphysical and lifestyle principles stemming deeply rooted in the traditional and authentic lineage of yoga. Her search for Truth began at the young age of 16 and she has been lucky to be taken into the hands of many master teachers along the way. She has practiced mystic yoga/prana vidya/yoga nidra with the renowned Yogi Charu, learned kabbalah in the streets of Jerusalem, studied Ayurveda and marma therapy (the Vedic healing sciences), and took formal vows as a student in the lineage of Bhakti Yoga (the path of devotion) in Aug 2020.

  • Sarah Shea
    Pilates Teacher

    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.


    In 2013 Sarah was certified in GYROKINEISIS(R), and is currently working toward her Gyrotonic(R) certification.

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