Mark Nelson, E-RYT 500
Teaching since 2008
Vinyasa Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Yin Yoga, Gentle Yoga
Mark has been practicing yoga since 1991. Early on, he fell in love with the feeling of openness and focus that comes from a regular practice. Where the spirit leads, the body will follow, and he soon discovered that he could move in ways he never thought possible. Read More >>
That combination of mindfulness and movement drew him deeper into the practice, studying Ashtanga Yoga with such renowned teachers as David Swenson, Annie Pace and Jill Manning; Yin yoga with Paulie Zink; and Vinyasa Yoga with Corina Benner. Mark completed his 500-hr. teacher training through the Himalayan Institute.
Mark teaches yoga as a personalized healing science and a profound life-changing philosophy. His classes unite the flow of breath with the flow of the body, guiding students to a creative blend of physical exploration, inward focus and real-life philosophy. Mark has directed the Yoga Garden studios since 2010.
Nikki Robinson, E-RYT 500
Teaching since 2011
Alignment Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga, Pre/Post Natal Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yoga Philosophy
Nikki began her love affair with yoga as respite from a high intensity job on a trading floor in New York City. She was immediately attracted to the combination of restoration that yoga provides the heart and mind and the invigorating and empowering effect on the body the physical practice provides. Read More >>
Nikki completed her 200 hour Anusara Teacher Training with Sue Elkind and Naime Jezzeny. She has also completed her Pre- and Post Natal training with Sue Elkind and Levels 1 & 2 Restorative Yoga Teacher Training with Jillian Pransky. She has supplemented her teacher training with extensive philosophy training with Susanna Harwood-Rubin. Nikki is currently pursuing studies in Anatomy at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, where she teaches YogAnatomy to students and staff.
Nikki uses precise alignment in every class she teaches to empower and encourage students of all levels in the most supportive, safe and loving environment. While she seeks to physically challenge her students during class, her classes are designed to be playful, bright and light-hearted so as to foster the very best in each student. Nikki lives in Wynnewood, PA with her family who continue to be her most challenging and loving yoga teachers.
Teaching since 2016
Mike began his yoga practice after his wife, Michelle, gave him a birthday present in the form of a gift card for a beginner’s yoga program in 2011. He was instantly and surprisingly hooked. Read More >>
He loved how yoga made him feel: strong, focused, clear and calm. He became a dedicated student of yoga, practicing almost every day and was amazed how he always found something new on his mat, whether it was mental, physical, or spiritual.
Mike is a graduate of Verge Yoga’s teacher training program and is thrilled to bring his knowledge and passion for yoga to his students. He finds inspiration by practicing with as many teachers as possible. His classes focus on allowing students to rebuild a connection to their body and mind through intelligent sequencing, informative alignment cues, and plenty of space to allow the breath to be the foremost guide during the practice.
Mike works in marketing full time, but when he’s is not at work or on his mat, you can find Mike playing sports, music or video games with his two kids, Francesca and Benjamin or enjoying an imperial stout over a late night dinner with his (amazing, loving, goddess) wife.
Teaching since 2008
Alignment-based Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Pre and Post-natal Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Meditation
Colleen was introduced to yoga in 1993 and has been practicing regularly since 2000. While it took a while for that initial seed to sprout, it has been sending off shoots (physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually) ever since! Read More >>
She completed her teacher training at Tranquil Space Yoga in Washington, DC in 2008. She has continued her studies with Lara Kohn-Thompson, Sally Kempton, Donna Farhi, Cate Stillman and Zhenja La Rosa.
Colleen teaches in the vinyasa flow style with a focus on healthy alignment. Her approach is warm, direct and nurturing. Her classes provide a safe, affirming environment for students to grow, connect and recharge.
Teaching since 2014
Yin Yoga, Gentle Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga
Jen has been practicing yoga for 20 years. While Jen was training for a marathon, her mom took her kicking and screaming to her first yoga class. Not only was she surprised by how much she enjoyed the physical practice, she almost immediately connected with the mind, body, spirit transformation that yoga offers. Jen believes deeply that yoga has changed her from the inside-out. Read More >>
She completed her 200-hour teacher training at the Yoga Garden with Mark Nelson and Chae Yang. She has also completed a 55-hour Yin Yoga Teacher Intensive with Corina Benner at the Integral Yoga Institute in New York City. Jen has an active personal yoga practice and is always a student first.
Daily, Jen is moved by the poetry of Rumi, Hafiz and Thich Nhat Hanh as well as the ancient yogic texts, and her classes often start with a philosophical intention that weaves it’s way through the practice. A current theme is finding compassion and self-love on the mat, with the belief that these mindful practices lead us off the mat and into each day. Whether leading a yin class, a gentle class, or an active vinyasa flow, there are always elements of effort and ease, moving with intention into each shape and then, finding the most healthy and supportive alignment. And she recently has adopted a cue used often by Nikki Robinson, “Asana is always in support of the breath”.
Jen loves to travel, is a passionate foodie, and is a lover of good wine shared with dear friends and family. And her most important role is that of mother to a yogini-in-training and a future tennis star!
Teaching Since 2017
Meg was first introduced to yoga in college, when her mother dragged her to a winter solstice workshop at The Yoga Garden. She expected an hour-long nap, but much to her surprise, she fell in love with the physical and mental challenges of the practice. Read More >>
Meg completed her 200-hour teacher training at the Yoga Garden with Mark Nelson, Nikki Robinson, and Chae Yang.
Forever a student, Meg is always seeking new ways to explore the union of physical movement and mindful breath. In her classes, she strives to create a friendly, focused environment where detailed alignment meets willingness to expand into trying something new.
Teaching since 2016
Lauren’s yoga practice began in 2004. She played a variety of sports in high school and college. She began to have a need for something in addition to her physicality that would include a sense of spirituality and inner peace. Read More >>
It wasn’t until 2011 that Lauren realized yoga was becoming an area of deep-seated fulfillment in her life. She found it refreshing that every day the expression was different and that her practice could allow her to quiet her mind so that she could set a different intention or goal for herself.
Lauren finds her yoga practice a good balance to her previous passions of running and traveling, as it allows her to push her boundaries and test what is within her limits physically and mentally. Lauren completed her 200-hour yoga teaching certification through The Yoga Garden in 2016. She felt privileged to be under the tutelage of Chae Yang, Mark Nelson, and Nikki Robinson. As a dancer, she particularly enjoys the beauty and expression of movement through vinyasa flow.
Lauren’s classes encourage you to build strength, flexibility, and balance through creative and dynamic movement. Lauren sees yoga as a part of a holistic approach to healing and will encourage you to discover this by connecting with your breathing and gaining body awareness. Her classes provide a light and playful atmosphere so you can feel at ease while expanding your own limits.
When Cicelee first began practicing yoga, it was strictly as a means to cross-train her body. Before long it became her primary form of exercise, as it benefited both body and mind in ways her gym workouts could not. Read More >>
After years of life in New York City working on Wall St. then in the fashion industry, yoga became her path to healing her mind and spirit, releasing struggle, and staying centered. As her passion for yoga grew, so did the idea that she should share it with as many people as she could. To that end she completed teacher trainings with Isaac Pena, Jude English, Mary Dana Abbott, and Schuyler Grant, emerging from them a fully committed yoga teacher.
Having 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.
Carol Ann Davidson
Teaching since 2017
Carol Ann began practicing yoga regularly in 2007 after her first child was born. With a background in health care as a physical therapist, she immediately connected with yoga because of its ability to affect health on many levels—mind, body, and spirit. Read More >>
In 2016, she entered teacher training at the Yoga Garden to deepen her practice and discover a new path professionally and personally. She is excited to share yoga with every body in a safe and nurturing way especially those who might view it as inaccessible because of age, inflexibility, or disability.
When not doing yoga, she loves to spend time with her husband and two children who support on her on this journey. She also loves to play with her dog, knit and garden.
Teaching since 2016
Megan fell in love with yoga as a young girl, before she even knew it was a thing. Her morning routine everyday before school involved flipping into poses like wheel and shoulder stand to the beat of MTV’s music videos. Her official practice didn’t start until college, however, when she began taking classes to help bring stillness and balance to her life as a busy journalism student at Temple University. Read More >>
Learning about the body and mind as a whole system drove her to dive deeper into her study of yoga philosophy and physical practice. All of this led Megan to complete her 200-hour teacher training at the Yoga Garden with Mark Nelson, Chae Yang and Nikki Robinson.
In each of Megan’s classes, you can expect a loving and supported environment. Her aim is to have students’ time on the mat serve as a reminder of the strength and courage that is always inside of them.
Teaching since 2006
Meditation, Mindfulness-Based Stress Management
Terry’s meditation practice is rooted in the contemplative prayer and silent retreats of her youth. As a young adult, she expanded her meditative inquiries to include the spiritual centers of the major world traditions. Read More >>
In the 90’s, she gravitated to the teachings of Zen Buddhist monk ThichNhatHanh, the mindfulness model of Jon Kabat-Zinn, and the supporting research of the scientific community. Terry holds a Master’s degree in counselor education and counseling psychology and has worked as a teacher and counselor in a variety of settings, including schools, sheltered workshops, and social service agencies.
Terry teaches meditation as a journey of self-discovery that’s undertaken by settling into silence and listening with one’s whole being. The journey cultivates a sense of calm, ease, and well-being, deepens insight into self and others, and leads to a realization of one’s true Self. Terry’s classes consist of instruction, practice, and discussion. She encourages her students to embrace their meditation experience with curiosity and kindness and to respect the unique unfolding of their individual journey.
Teaching since 2011
Vinyasa Yoga, Yin Yoga, Power Yoga
Rachael began practicing yoga in 1996 when she moved to Princeton, NJ for postdoctoral studies. Learning an Iyengar-style practice as well as Vinyasa flow, she completed her teacher training at Verge Yoga in Wayne PA. Through her teaching as well as her personal practice, Rachael recognizes the power of yoga heal old injuries as well as prevent new ones. She leads her classes with careful attention to alignment and slow mindful movement.
Teaching Since 2008
Vinyasa Yoga, Liquid Flow Yoga
A violinist, turned yoga instructor, Noah’s experience with numerous movement modalities including various forms of yoga-asana, dance, martial arts, gymnastics, acrobatics and weightlifting has taken place over a decade of serious study. Read More >>
Lisa Kroiz, RYT-200
Teaching Since 2005
Eleven years ago Lisa received her 200+ hour certification from The Laughing Lotus Yoga Center in New York City with Dana Flynn and Jasmine Tarkeshi. Read More >>
She teaches a dynamic vinyasa flow paired with a meditative cool down that empowers her students to “soften the edges” in the practice of yoga and in the practice of living life. Yoga has provided Lisa with the framework for a life of wellness, authenticity and grace. Along with teaching her weekly yoga classes she is the co-owner of Food Practice, a boutique cooking company that inspires healthy living.
Scott Lamonde, RYT-200
Teaching Since 2016
Vinyasa Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga
Scott was introduced to the physical practice of yoga more than a decade ago by his Teacher on a retreat. He learned several poses and moved freely between them to uplifting music in the early morning hours as preparation for meditation. Read More >>
His experience with yoga deepened during a time of personal transformation, and he immersed himself into the practice and 200 hour teacher training at The Yoga Loft in Bethlehem, PA. Wonderful local teachers including Britt Tagg, Carrie Morgan and Mark Nelson have guided and inspired Scott, and Seane Corn has been a powerful influence.
Scott teaches yoga to help students experience the openness, stability, connection within, and elevation of Spirit that are accessible to everyone. His classes integrate a purposeful flow of breath and movement with the subtleties of alignment in a warm and nurturing environment. You may find a workshop feel to his classes, as curiosity and experimentation are encouraged as catalysts for transformation.
Teaching since 2017
Vinyasa Yoga, Kids Yoga
Catherine took her first yoga class simply as a way to stretch while training for a half-marathon. A competitive athlete growing up, Catherine was immediately struck by the balance of strength and flexibility that a yoga practice offers and soon discovered the more subtle benefits a regular practice offered her mind as she learned to balance deep focus with letting go. Read More >>
Wanting to share her passion with others, Catherine enrolled in The Yoga Garden’s 200-hour Teacher Training program with Mark Nelson, Nikki Robinson, and Chae Yang. She continued her studies with Karma Kid’s Yoga Teacher Training in New York City.
For Catherine, the gift of yoga lies in the power of linking movement with breath and in the ability to find calm in the midst of effort. Her intelligent, flowing sequences are designed to leave you feeling more balanced and centered on your mat and throughout your day. Catherine is also thrilled to share yoga with the next generation of yogis, including her three young daughters.
Teaching since 2006
Vinyasa Yoga, Alignment-Based Yoga, Wall Vinyasa, Pilates
Kelly fell in love with yoga after stumbling into her first class over a dozen years ago. At first, it was another discipline to complement her teaching arsenal of high energy fitness classes, but it quickly became the light that opened her eyes to the mind-body connection. Read More >>
Kelly received her 200-hour teaching certification from Philadelphia’s Power Yoga Works in 2006 and spent the next several years exploring a variety of different styles with nationally known teachers such as Simon Park, Beryl Bender Birch, and others. As Kelly refined her teaching style and gravitated more towards an alignment based practice, she completed her Wall Vinyasa certification with Erica Bleznak in 2015 and has recently completed her 500-hour training with anatomy guru, Jason Crandell, in San Francisco.
In addition to yoga, Kelly is also certified to teach both mat and reformer Pilates which provides a solid foundation for any class she teaches, whether its yoga or pilates. Having been in the fitness industry for over two decades, Kelly draws from her knowledge and experiences in teaching other disciplines to offer a well-rounded yoga practice that is educational yet playful, challenging yet accessible, and exploratory yet functional. Step into one of Kelly’s classes and you are sure to experience her passion for not only alignment based yoga and core work, but music in the form of collaborative and creative playlists. Song requests and singing welcome!
Teaching Since 2013
Vinyasa Yoga, Power Yoga
Caitlin found yoga after a car accident when she was 18. She tried months of physical therapy with no progress. She began going to a yoga class once a week and started seeing a difference immediately. Read More >>
Years later, after having a baby she got back into power yoga. It made a tremendous difference on not only getting back into shape but to help with postpartum.
In the Winter of 2013, She finally decided to dive into the teacher training program. Teaching has been extremely fulfilling for Caitlin. She loves seeing progress in her students and sharing this knowledge with everyone.
When not practicing, Caitlin loves spending time with her family.
Teaching Since 2010
Vinyasa Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Children’s Yoga
Led to yoga by back pain, Gina started practicing yoga in 2008. Divine intervention brought her from the sweaty studios of the Jersey Shore to Philly in 2013 and placed her in the hands of the Yoga Garden where she completed her 200RYT under the wisdoms of Mark Nelson and Chae Yang. Read More >>
Inspired by rockstar yogis like Rachel Brathen equally as much as the Seekers she encounters in life, Gina quickly learned that yoga is more than asana and is enthusiastic about leading others toward the awareness of yoga as a means of mindfulness, good health, serenity, and love.
Gina’s athletic background and gypsy soul bring energy and a passion for discovery to her sequencing. Expect to move your body and tune into its feedback in her classes. Gina’s classes will integrate the breath with physical alignment and shed light on how our movements can bring awareness to everyday situations. As Gina is energized by yoga and life as ever evolving journeys, you can count on her passionately opening your heart and mind through her classes.
When she’s off the mat, Gina is typically wanderlusting or hula hoop dancing. She’s down to chat about your favorite (plant-based) recipes, work woes, or life dreams. While she is honing the skill of being still, she also hopes to take a world tour someday soon and share her knowledge of yoga along the way.
Teaching since 2015
Vinyasa Yoga, Yin Yoga, Chair Yoga
Elizabeth has been practicing yoga since 2010. Initially drawn to its physical benefits, she soon realized that yoga is not just on the mat. Read More >>
Elizabeth’s belief that yoga heals and supports body and mind, through breath, asana, and mindfulness fueled her desire to dig in more deeply. Elizabeth has completed her 200-hour teacher training at the Yoga Garden with Mark Nelson, Nikki Robinson, and Chae Yang, Yin Training with Corina Benner, Mindfulness and Movement with Cheryl Nichols, and Gentle Yoga with Rudy Pierce.
Elizabeth has worked with all ages, from youth in urban Philadelphia schools, to college students & faculty at Villanova University, to seniors at a local seniors day center, and everyone in between.
Teaching since 2016
Gentle Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga
Kristin is a passionate, heart-centered yoga and meditation teacher, lover of handstands, travel, dogs and all things mind, body, spirit related.
When Kristin was 23 she injured her back and found yoga. Yoga has lead her on a journey to find stillness, strength, peace and alignment from within. Kristin was named Best Yoga Teacher on The Main Line and she has guided thousands of students in yoga and mindfulness. Read More >>
Kristin is a regular contributor to online magazines such as MindBodyGreen and WomenForOne. She is founder of Dan’s Down Dog and Dash, a yoga and run event that raises money for local charities that support individuals and families Living Their Life to The Fullest in the face of cancer.
Teaching since 2008
Vinyasa Yoga, Liquid Flow Yoga, Prana Flow Yoga
Johnathan was introduced to yoga through the practice of Ashtanga and hot yoga at the vulnerable age of sixteen. He has been involved with athletics and martial arts for much of his life, but yoga truly helped to expose him to levels of qualitative, therapeutic, and informative movement beyond what he knew possible. Read More >>
Deep meditative awareness, and self-realization began to become aspects of his life through yoga practice, and he feels these things have served to develop an empathic bond with the planet and humanity as a whole. Simon Park, Dharma Mittra, Phillip Askew, David Regelin, Shiva Rea, Richard Freeman, Ido Portal, and Alex Holmes are great influences in his practice and teaching.
Johnathan teaches a dynamic flow that fluctuates between subtlety and vigor. He seeks to share a challenging yet therapeutic practice that can beneficially transform one’s life both on and off the mat.
Cari Reilly C-IAYT, E-RYT 500
Teaching since 2005
Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga, Prenatal, Gentle Yoga, Yin & Chair
Cari started practicing yoga in 1999 and immediately felt the deep connection of mind, breath and movement. It filled a spiritual void in her life which she was seeking, and helped her relax from a stressful career of event management. Read More >>
Cari took her first teacher training in 2005 and realized that the life changing effects from this experience needed to become part of her future path. She went on to take a 500-hour advanced Ayurvedic and Yoga Certification in 2007, and in 2008 became certified as a prenatal teacher, all through Yoga on Main. Recently completing a 1000 hour program with Yoga Life Institute, she has become one of the first group of Yoga Therapists certified internationally by the International Association of Yoga Therapists.
Cari teaches a variety of students with differing needs and abilities. Teaching her prenatal students is a particular passion for Cari as she shares in the joy of their experience. She also leads corporate stress management and beginner meditation programs in the region.
Cari teaches in the style of Classical Hatha Yoga. Her goal is to connect with each student, meeting them where they are, so that they leave the class feeling stronger, more flexible, balanced and with an inner sense of peace. Her belief in the mind, body and spirit aspect of yoga flows throughout her life on and off the mat.
Teaching Since 2017
Vinyasa Yoga, Kids Yoga
Beth discovered her love for yoga in 2014 after a neck injury sidelined her from her daily running, spinning and boot camp classes. A firm believer that out of darkness comes light, the practice of yoga helped heal her injury and enriched her mind, body and soul. Read More >>
There was an emotional ease on the mat that enveloped her, and yoga gave her inner strength and a sense of calm and peace that she had never truly felt before.
Beth is incredibly grateful to have learned from inspiring teachers including Mark Nelson, Nikki Robinson and Chae Yang with whom she completed her 200 RYT. Her love for learning continued with Children’s Teacher Training at Kharma Kids Yoga in New York City.
Beth brings compassion, infectious enthusiasm, playfulness and heart to her teaching and the life that surrounds her. In her classes, she offers an accessible yet challenging flow with attention to alignment and an invitation to explore the practice with self acceptance and strength. She is the Co-Creator of the Kids Yoga Program at The Yoga Garden where two of her passions align: teaching yoga and having a positive impact on children.
Teaching Since 2006
Teaching Vinyasa Yoga and Power Yoga since 2003. Rebecca’s yoga journey began in 2001 when her older sister took her to her first vinyassa yoga class. During that practice, Rebecca felt the physical challenge of yoga lead to a spiritual awakening. From there, she devoted herself to yoga under the instruction of renowned yoga instructor, Baron Baptiste. In 2003, she became a certified yoga instructor at Philly Power Yoga. Read More >>
In addition to teaching yoga, Rebecca has a B.A. in Psychology from George Washington University, a Masters Degree in Elementary Education from Temple University and a Reading Specialist Certification from the University of Pennsylvania. Rebecca’s classes embody the belief that yoga is a moving meditation. She strives to challenge her students through a vigorous physical practice while helping them keep a peaceful mind. Rebecca feels her classes are an opportunity for each student to connect with their true inner self and is grateful to guide them.
Teaching Since 2017
Having practiced in a casual way since 2009, Liza got serious about the transformative power of yoga after she retired from a career in international public health and clinical research in 2015. Mentally, spiritually and physically, yoga has facilitated moving forward in the direction of her dreams. Read More >>
Both in her teaching style and her personal practice, Liza aims to serve as a conduit for yoga’s empowering energy and ability to foster a deliberate, centered presence that continues even after we step off the mat. She enjoys teaching everything from introductory alignment and meditation to vigorous vinyasa flows.
Liza completed her 200-hour teacher training at the Yoga Garden with Mark Nelson, Nikki Robinson and Chae Yang; other certifications include Yin Yoga with Corina Benner, Chair Yoga with Lakshmi Voelker, and coursework in Hindu history and philosophy through the Oxford University Centre for Hindu Studies. When she’s not exploring yoga, she serves on non-profit boards, travels, plays tennis, gardens and finds joy in her beautiful family.
Teaching since 2001
Vinyasa Yoga, Yin Yoga, Pre- and Postnatal Yoga
Marla was first introduced to yoga in 1990 and was immediately inspired by its spiritual and physical teachings. She began practicing more regularly in 1999 and trained at Yoga on Main where she received her certification in 2001. Read More >>
Since then she’s received certification in prenatal, children’s, and yin yoga. She feels very blessed to have found yoga and is honored to be able to share what she’s learned.
For Marla, yoga is an expression and a part of an individual’s journey. It can fit into any lifestyle. She encourages body awareness and compassion using grace through movement. Her classes blend soft and strenuous movement in a safe, light-hearted and nurturing environment. Breathing, exploration, and joy are at the core of each class.
Teaching since 2004
Vinyasa Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga
Britt Tagg has been practicing yoga for over 12 years. Yoga has given Britt a quality of life that she is enthusiastic to share. Britt has been RYT-certified since 2005 and has amassed a wealth of knowledge studying under internationally-known yoga teachers, as well as many esteemed local instructors throughout her travels. She believes that education never ceases and that wisdom can come from unlikely sources and this compels her to continually engage in new workshops and classes. Read More >>
Though rooted in Ashtanga, Britt has found a niche in the limitless dance of Vinyasa where she truly feels anything is possible! She believes that allowing people to enjoy their practice and to be comfortable with themselves is an essential way to foster a long-term yoga experience where the benefits are an evolution of physical and mental self- improvement.
Her classes emphasize the importance of practicing safe alignment, body awareness, and deep breathing, but she also tries to keep her classes light-hearted and creative. Britt is a life-long artist and painter and her style of teaching yoga is clearly informed by the fluid stroke of a brush on canvas.
Meg Townsend, E-RYT500, Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist, Reiki Master
Teaching since 2008
Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Meditation
At age 15, Meg convinced her High School Phys Ed teacher to allow her and a few friends to do yoga videos during class and from that, a love affair began. While in college, she used Yoga and Aromatherapy to keep her healthy and grounded during her studies in an opera performance program. Read More >>
Now, as a full-time yoga teacher, she enjoys bringing the healing benefits of Yoga and Ayurveda through weekly classes, Real Living Yoga’s “Yoga for Insomnia” program, international yoga retreats, and other specialized vibrant living workshops!
Meg’s teaching is influenced by the world around her, the ancient and practical teachings of Tantra & Ayurveda, and her own experience in healing. She is an initiate of the Sri Vidya Tantra lineage as brought to the West by Swami Rama of the Himalayas. Meg is a dedicated student of Yogarupa Rod Stryker and has studied Ayurveda from Kathryn Templeton and the Himalayan Institute in PA.
Meg’s class is a breath-centered, inner-fire stoking, mindfully-paced class that will leave you feeling balanced, grounded, and inspired. She has an uncanny ability to see what her students need on any particular day, and deliver a practice that will meet those needs. Meg is so excited to be a part of the Yoga Garden community and feels blessed to have landed in such a special place on the Main Line!