Jenna Bey Weston

Jenna began her yoga journey in 2002 after the birth of her third child. She was drawn to the athleticism, strength and grace of the practice. Yoga has helped her learn presence, patience, how to breathe, to listen to her body and self-love. She has been teaching various fitness classes for over a decade and in 2015, received her 500 RYT certification from the Prana Lab in Weston in order to share her practice with others. Jenna teaches an approachable but challenging alignment-based flow. Students are empowered to explore practices that fit their bodies rather than conforming to external ideas about what a posture should look like.

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Tazz Carter  Weston

TAZZ CARTER, Los Angeles, CA – native 35yrs old. I would call myself a movement enthusiast any extreme sport, and outdoor type of activity. A chef as well as a graffiti artist and all in between, I really enjoy building, tinkering and figuring things out. I’m only limited by my own mind, and I definitely test those limits daily to better myself in all possible ways.

I’m one of “those” that don’t require much rest. Since Jr. High, my motto has been “I’d rather be awake and bored, than sleep and miss something.” Yoga came into my life through personal training, and the only thing that was intense enough for me and at the same time helped me settle and calm my mind, and my breathing. I’ve never looked back and can’t imagine myself without yoga.

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Kim Colletti Weston Ft. Lauderdale

 

Everyone begins their yoga journey for different reasons, and Kim’s began as a tool for injury recovery. As a collegiate rower, she sustained a back injury that never seemed to heal. After committing to Physical Therapy and a few cortisone shots, Kim was on my way to recovery but eventually hit a plateau. That’s when she tried yoga. Kim immediately fell in love with the practice and have been dedicated ever since.

About three and a half years ago, Kim became much more serious about her commitment to yoga and have been practicing daily. Not only has her body grown stronger with each session, but Kim’s back has also seen an incredible improvement.

With each unique journey, comes a unique style of teaching. Kim is particularly affected by and interested in adjustments and alignments as a focus of her practice and teaching. As a community, we are all able to learn from each other’s journeys, and Kim is always open and interested in learning from her students and teaching peers.

Everyone has their own path and process. The best thing that people should come to terms with in Kim’s opinion, is using others as inspiration and information rather than comparison and judgment.

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Sean Greentree Weston Ft. Lauderdale

200 hour ryt under Bea Raydo. several hundred hours of asana and meditation in Rishikesh India. Practicing Breakdance Parkour Martial Arts as well as multiple other competitive sports. I am very familiar with movement especially expressive movement. I originally began to practice yoga in 2010 to work through some sports injuries. I found that not only was I able to work through these pains, but also strengthen them find once again my alignment. More important then the healing is the expansion of presense that already was within me.

Yoga compliments all of my other “play”, but this is all a side effect from the breathe and the presence that we focus on during our asana or Mindful Moving Meditation. With a class influenced by Raja Ashtanga Hatha Yin you will open all energetic channels in the body, and working with the breathe will bring you ever more present. I am honored to guide and practice with my students.

Alex Heitt Weston

Alex Heitt is a Mother of three beautiful children. She has been a Fitness Enthusiast for over a Decade with a background in Dance. While Teaching Zumba and Pilates, she fell in love with the Practice of Yoga and building strength and flexibility with integrity to the body. Her Classes are Music Infused and both challenging and Fun.
Her Passion lies in people finding FREEDOM in their Yoga Practice .

Trained in Mat Pilates as well as a Certified Piyo Instructor. Completed her 200 hours in through Non-Basic Teacher Training

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Sasha Jarufe Weston Ft. Lauderdale

About 7 years ago, during a time of depression and heartache, Sasha found her mat and her practice. About 4 years in, she left the restaurant industry she had committed to for 11 years and received her 200hr Vinyasa training with a focus on Iyengar. She’s since then been working on developing her own personal practice alongside her teaching. Thus taking her journey abroad volunteering as a teacher, and receiving a Spanish yoga training which gave her the tools to bring the gift of yoga to more people around the world. She landed here in South Florida about a year ago from CT. Her classes are structured as a balanced flow, leading you up to a peak pose, connected with philosophy, focused on alignment, and peppered with hands-on adjustments.

Kym Klein Ft. Lauderdale

Kym Klein is a pioneer as a yoga & Pilates instructor. Her classes are designed to both challenge and encourage you whether you’re a seasoned exercise pro or just beginning your journey. She founded the Kym Klein Method, a unique approach centered around the invigorating power that fitness offers the mind, body, and spirit. Klein believes finding this connection helps create vitality, increases willpower, and enhances the capacity to bear stress.

Klein developed K2 Power Pilates (formerly known as Core45), a full-body, mat-based, high-intensity, low impact routine combining Pilates, high-intensity interval training, resistance/weight training, and yoga moves in a heated room where temperatures can soar to 98 degrees Fahrenheit.
K2 Power Pilates is a customized fitness class that will help sculpt lean muscle, build strength, and burn fat while moving you through a journey of empowerment. It is designed to offer seasoned exercisers a new challenge, while providing those new to exercise an opportunity to see results quickly. Extreme training produces extreme results! You may be sucking wind, but you definitely won’t be bored! Klein pairs this intense and efficient class with upbeat music to keep you motivated!

She created K2 Power Yoga using various styles of the ancient practice, ultimately emphasizing Vinyasa’s dance-like sensibility. In Klein’s class, you will experience the spiritual and philosophical teachings of yoga with mindful synchronized breath and movement.

Klein’s yoga classes are also attainable for everyone. She offers a slow and deep practice for beginners and another that will challenge even the most advanced students. Klein’s mission is to create space for you to find freedom and resonance in your body and life.

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Christine Lewis Ft. Lauderdale

My Yoga journey began in 2002 when I realized the powerful physical and spiritual transformation that occurs through the Yoga practice. I began teaching Yoga in 2009 to encourage students to embrace the power of positive thinking to create a loving relationship with their Self on the Yoga mat, knowing that Self-love enhances their contribution to their communities and to the global collective consciousness. Yoga transformed my life over the last decade by strengthening my sense of Self and my physical body, so I am inspired by my own spiritual evolution to share the gift of Yoga with the world.

I purposefully structure the sequencing of postures during each class to rejuvenate mind, body, and spirit by addressing all imbalances and discomfort in the body to relieve pain, tension, and anxiety. The Vinyasa flow I share with students uses the power of the breath to stimulate the Chakras by combining the physically rigorous practice of the yoga asanas with a mental “work-in” that purifies and reinvigorates the soul. The Raja Deep Stretch Meditation class guides students through hip and shoulder opening sequences on the floor to permit gravity to do the physical work in relieving tension in the body while the student is free to close their eyes and vacation in the playground of the mind. Every year I lead life-shifting Yoga retreats in magnificent locations around the world that inspire participants to live a life defined by extraordinary happiness while making positive transformations in their daily lives and relationships.

Brittany Murphy Weston

Brittany Murphy found her passion in yoga while studying Exercise Science and Health Promotion at Florida Atlantic University.  As she began to practice more and more, she realized that the yogic way of life had always been with her since she was a little girl and that yoga was her calling to help and share with others. She combines her spiritual connection with nature and the universe into her practice.  She has now been consistently practicing yoga for over six years, and has been All You Can Yoga Certified (RYT200) since 2015.  Brittany incorporates her background of Exercise Science to help others with correct alignment as well as strength and conditioning training into her Vinyasa-style classes.  Brittany promotes and practices self-love with her students.  She emphasizes the importance of this to her students by making them feel truly connected with their own essence and “one” with everything through her words and adjustments.  She encourages each student to listen to their body and become his/her own teacher.  She is constantly learning and absorbing yoga from self practice, students, and workshops.  Brittany loves the journey and loves to see herself and students evolving over time.  Her goal is to reawaken the emotional, spiritual, and physical body through a beautiful moving meditation. She believes the practice of connecting breath with movement will help us to heal and evolve over time.

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Paul Parker Weston Ft. Lauderdale

I began my yoga practice eighteen years ago. It started after hearing from a friend about the benefits of “hot yoga”. For the next few years I practiced asana unaware of the other limbs of yoga. At about that same time, I started a meditation practice. I did this completely separate from my yoga practice. I didn’t really make the connection with the two until years later, when my interest in yoga really took off. I began reading about all things “Yoga”. I was completely surprised at what I found. What I found was, that yoga was not simply the practicing of asanas. Yoga was a path, a direct path, and the more I read the more I was convinced it was my path. I was amazed at how this much information could go unnoticed by me over years of practice. I began asking my yoga teachers about where I could go to learn more about the other limbs of yoga. (I am grateful for all their guidance then and now). That guidance led me to a teacher training and to teaching yoga.

The classes I teach are designed to quiet the mind. A byproduct of the class will be an increase in strength in the body as well as its flexibility. The purpose of both, is promote vitality and to remove the blockages in the body that restrict the flow of prana, or life force energy. As the body becomes stronger and the blockages begin to be removed, the body is able to sit comfortably for longer periods of time in meditation. The class is challenging and informative with an emphasis on alignment.

Like so many others I came to yoga for one reason, but stay for a completely different one.

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Christine Perez-Gray Weston Ft. Lauderdale

Christine found yoga in late 2005 when doing a self discovery of her spirit & seeking out life’s purpose.

It wasn’t until 2011 that she gave herself fully to what the practice of yoga & life style could do and allowed it to completely change her life.

Soon after Christine decided to follow her passion, become a yoga teacher, and help others transform their lives.

She received her 200RYT from Impower Yoga School/Yoga Factory & Fitness Studio in early 2017.
Christine teaches a variety of yoga styles and offers a class full of energy & spirit.

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Kara Raspberry Weston

Kara’s Yoga practice began in her teenage years. Her love for the practice really blossomed when she discovered she could find the intensity she desired from exercise without the high impact on her joints. In 2012 she received her 200hr Yoga Certification through the Barkan Method of Fort Lauderdale. Since then has has experienced the physical, mental and emotional benefits yoga can have on your body, mind, and soul. She teaches her classes with the understanding that we are all at different levels, encouraging modifications and offering variations for all levels in her class. Her passion for the practice only grows with every class she teaches.

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Catherine Remotti Weston

Catherine discovered yoga in 2006, yoga was a way to seek and grow her spirituality. Catherine’s practice evolved as she began to explore different avenues of yoga after completing her RYT-200 Aananda-inspired Teacher Training. She is a certified Reiki practitioner and Vedic Thai Body Worker. She leads a breath-focused class that combines her deep love for alignment and awareness with the practice of yoga. In her classes students learn to surrender their divine self within by releasing energy that no longer serves the body, mind and soul. Catherine is continually inspired by yoga’s transformative power both internally and externally, and finds it to be a source of self-love and strength. As a avid outdoor sports and physical training lover, she uses a regular yoga practice to benefit her active lifestyle and mental focus. She strives to bring a sense of freedom and empowerment to her classes, and hopes to impart nuggets of mystical wisdom along the way.

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Ellenit Serrano Ft. Lauderdale

Ellenit is a RYT 500 Certified Yoga instructor and has been teaching in the Weston and Cooper City area for over three years.

Becoming an instructor was an unexpected part of Ellenit’s personal evolution given that she has a full-time career in the Financial Services industry.  However, Ellenit is passionate about Yoga and after embarking on a teacher training for personal enrichment purposes she realized she wanted to help others along their individual Yoga journeys.

Over time, Ellenit realized there is more harmony than expected between her two “perceived” opposing worlds and she launched her “Yoga to Lead” program.  Today she uniquely integrates the yin and yang of her corporate and yoga roles to teach and inspire both “on” and “off” the mat.

Marcie Siegel Weston

Marcie received her 200 hour teacher training in Hatha Yoga through Aananda
Incorporated with comprehensive studies in Anatomy and Physiology, Sanskrit and Yoga Philosophy. She is certified with Yoga Alliance and Yoga fit. To find balance.

Marcie started practicing yoga over 15 years ago. The health and healing qualities She acquired through her practice where enlightening and gave her a desire to expand her knowledge in Yoga and Meditation. “Yoga has brought a sense of harmony, strength and peace to my body and soul. It’s essence has totally changed my life.”
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Jessica Steinlauf Ft. Lauderdale

Jessica Steinlauf is a former ballerina and gymnast. She developed a passion for yoga when she took her first Vinyasa class. Yoga has allowed her to sustain a healthy, balanced, and disciplined lifestyle. Through the awareness of breath, she is able to manage her life with more clarity and space. She incorporates her knowledge of dance with yoga to develop sequences that synchronize movement with breath. Her focus is on building a strong foundation, so her students avoid injury, and take their yoga practice to a deeper level physically, mentally, and spiritually. She encourages her students to work towards their edge on the mat, which motivates them to work towards their goals off the mat.

Jessica has completed a 500hr yoga Certification and is also certified in Classical Pilates.

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Sheba Munn Thompson Ft. Lauderdale

Sheba was a successful media relations and marketing professional for more than 20 years before hanging up her business suit and trading it in for her yoga mat. Years of endurance training led to several debilitating injuries but her Jamaican upbringing and exposure to holistic health kept her off the operating table, seeking a more mindful and food conscientious approach to healing her body. As an avid runner always up on the latest fitness trends, Sheba tried her first 90-minute hot yoga class at the encouragement of a close friend. She immediately fell in love, learning to reengage her injured muscles and joints from a completely different perspective than what she had previously experienced.

Despite having a few physical limitations, Sheba continued to challenge her body in yoga, practicing on and off for more than 10 years. Motivated by her own journey, she retired her corporate career to create a new path earning a 200-hour RYT certification from the Yoga Joint—Hot Fusion Yoga™Flow—in her hometown Fort Lauderdale. She is passionate about promoting diversity and raising awareness of yoga’s mind, body and spiritual benefits in communities who might not have access or exposure to yoga. Sheba also hopes to inspire others who struggle with physical challenges, proving that yoga goes beyond a “fancy” pose.

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Amanda White Ft. Lauderdale

Amanda credits her love for yoga and spiritual ways of living as a monumental and transformational point in changing her life. Replacing unhealthy habits with yoga helped her connect to the love for herself and others. In 2009 she gained her yoga foundation based on alignment and sequencing from Yoga South’s 200 Hour Teacher Training in Boca Raton, Florida. She continues to gain knowledge and inspiration from teachers all over the world. She understands that in order to be a teacher she must be a devotional and disciplined student as well.

Amanda teaches a physical and challenging practice that connects the body to the breath, mind, and spirit. She encourages her students to get quiet enough so they may go inward to examine their own thoughts. She believes each of our individual worlds is created by every one of our thoughts. If we can change and improve our thoughts to more loving, forgiving, and nurturing thoughts than our body and mind will reap the benefits. Amanda incorporates her spiritual experience into each session by challenging her student’s habits on the mat, which then reflect to the lives they live off the mat.

She challenges each of her students both physically and mentally while demonstrating love, patience, and encouragement.