Michelle has been a fitness professional for over 30 years. She began her wellness career as a group fitness instructor teaching water aerobics and then added on step, weight training, kickboxing, boot camp, spin and a variety of other class styles. She also was a personal trainer for several years. She began practicing Bikram yoga in 2003. She continued practicing and started instructing yoga classes in 2013. Fitness has been a constant in her life. It's more than a job. Michelle has her BA in French & Spanish and her MS Ed. in Special Education/Severe Disabilities. She worked in the corporate world until 2001 and then went into teaching children with exceptional education needs. Originally from New York state, she and her family moved to Palm City, FL in 2004. Michelle most recently finished an 800 hour Yoga Therapist Certification course. She is certified through the International Assoaciation of Yoga Therapists.
Holly has been teaching yoga since December 2016. She completed her 200 hour teaching certification through a 4 month intensive training with Scott Feinberg, Jupiter Fl. She has taught at several local establishments teaching Vinyasa, Slow Flow, Yin, & Stretch. Holly knew from the very first yoga class she took that she would become a teacher. The experience was life changing and her passion for teaching all aspects of yoga is radiant. She truly feels teaching is her Dharma… her truth. This connection to the practice inspires her to dedicate herself to study, learn, and share with her heart. Holly has the ability to create a safe space for new and seasoned practitioners to meet themselves where they are to connect to their own unique yoga journey.
Nancy’s yoga journey has span over 4 decades, being introduced to yoga in the early 1970’s. Finding 4 women who shared her interest, they gathered together, each woman taking turns leading the yoga postures and gathering spiritual direction from reading the book, How to be Your Own Best Friend.
Nancy continued her love of yoga by acquiring an album from India and reading and studying whatever books she could find on yoga. From the knowledge she gained she created Hatha yoga classes which she then taught for Delaware Parks & Recreation Department during the late 1970’s & 1980’s.
After a divergence into teaching Aerobic Dance, Nancy was drawn back to yoga in 1998, finding a teacher who had trained with Iyengar and deepening her studies by taking a meditation retreat and workshop at the Himalayan Institute in Pennsylvania.
When she moved to FL in 2003, Nancy practiced Bikram and then Vinyasa yoga. In 2009 Nancy took an Astanga class and experienced an intense emotional and spiritual connection. Inspired by this new connection, in 2010 Nancy completed her 200 hour teacher training program concentrating on Astanga’s Primary Series and established a daily Astanga practice. She was also introduced to Yin Yoga in her training and found the practice of Yin to be an important balance to the rigors of Astanga.
She is a Certified 200 hour ERYT. She has continued her yoga studies in workshops and intensives with Kino MacGregor, Tim Feldmann, David Williams, Manju Jois, Krista Shirley, Emilia Arenas, Jesus Cabellero and Sarah Powers. Nancy is continually expanding her studies of yoga. During the stay at home quarantine, Nancy was able to study on-line with Bernie Clark of YinYoga.com and Olivia Monteil of House of OM completeing 80 hours of Yin Yoga and Restorative Teacher Trainings.
Nona is a longtime practitioner of Yoga and a scholar of Mythology, Indian spiritual and philosophical systems, Yoga Traditions, ancient cultures and languages ( Sanskrit, Ancient Greek, Latin), recently completed a doctoral dissertation research on Yoga and Wellness ( The therapeutic modalities of yoga as a self-directed mind body intervention). Her research embraces the history, theory, and practice of ancient, medieval and early modern yoga traditions, as well as neuroscience, psychotherapy, mindfulness and contemplative practices. She is currently enrolled in a Clinical Yoga Therapy certification program.
Nona holds Masters degrees in Transpersonal Psychology and Theories of Consciousness (MSc) from Middlesex University on London, UK and
in Linguistics ( MA) from University of Sofia, Bulgaria; numerous coaching certifications in Health, Wellness and Fitness Coaching; Strategic Interventions and Positive Psychology.
Her coaching entails educating, encouraging and supporting people to prioritize wellness and to make positive choices related to exercise, nutrition, stress management and healthy lifestyle.
Nona is a Yoga Alliance registered Yoga Teacher - 500 RYT.
In one-on-one and group settings, she teaches Vinyasa Yoga – Power and Slow Flow, Ashtanga and Restorative Styles, Pranayama, Meditation, as well as Yoga Sculpt – a unique fitness format , infused with high energy and lively music, combining elements of yoga, free weights and cardio workout -for increased muscle awareness, core flexibility and body strength.
She is a seasoned , responsible and reliable Wellness Professional, committed to and passionate about the practice and teaching of Yoga.
Dr. Candice McCoy is a certified educator with 22 years of experience. Currently, she is an adjunct professor at Florida Atlantic University. Previously, she was teacher of the year in Martin County, Florida, in 2010. She also presented throughout Florida No Child Left Behind. Dr. McCoy's other certifications: a 500 RYT Yoga Instructor, life coach, and a meditation instructor. Besides teaching meditation, she is a Level II Reiki Facilitator and is trained as an Integrated Energy Therapist at the Intermediate Level. She also has 100 hours of training Certification in Cranio-sacral therapy.
Dr. McCoy is the Founder and President of The Healing House which is a 501c3 non-profit organization. The mission is to empower the community through mindfulness and wellness. This organization changes the world one breath at a time.
Besides spending time with her three beautiful children, her passion is to empower each person to be a healthier and happier human by helping her/him to discover, unite, and follow her/his own inner compass.
After experiencing the immense physical and emotional healing that the practice of yoga offered, Matt received his RYT-200 certification at Kula Yoga Shala in June of 2016.
A lifelong learner, artist, and musician – Matt’s goal as a yoga teacher is to meet each and every student where they are and to offer insight into the healing practice of yoga through a blend of philosophy, asana, pranayama, meditation, and mantra.
Matt's yoga class offerings range from gentle explorations of movement, breathwork, and guided meditation - to sweaty rock n'roll yoga parties!
A competitive gymnast for 10 years, Stephanie is no stranger to movement. She was introduced to yoga in 2009 and was drawn to it immediately. After practicing regularly for 3 years, she began Crossfit and yoga fell by the wayside. Eventually, the weight-lifting and intense cardio began to wear on her body and tighten her muscles. She knew where she needed to go. She sought out a yoga studio and began to practice again, this time with new purpose – releasing stress, taking care of her body, and re-connecting with herself.
In 2015, Stephanie trained in Cahuita Costa Rica at Marianne Wells Yoga School and received her 200 hour teaching certification. Since teacher training, Stephanie has taught students from all walks of life- weightlifting athletes, competitive gymnasts, seasoned yoga practitioners, high school baseball players, yoga newbies, and more.
Stephanie’s yoga teaching philosophy comes from her background in gymnastics and is inspired by her passion for functional fitness. Her classes focus on utilizing the body in ways it was meant to be used; moving your joints, muscles, and ligaments in all possible directions and ranges is something our bodies have forgotten how to do in our sedentary, stuck-behind-the-desk society.
Her movement motto- “Your body gets better at what you do with it. If the answer is nothing, then it gets better at doing just that.”
Bodhi Campbell is a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher who teaches with passion, compassion, and clarity. Bodhi believes in the this practice supports the awakening of each individual’s innate potential.
With a 30 year career of helping others awakening to their true identity, Kundalini is Bodhi’s most recent and most powerful tool in his spiritual toolkit. Combining his wisdom of metaphysics, meditation, yoga, intuition, and spirituality, Bodhi offers his whole self in the service of healing, transformation and awakening. The holistic practices of this powerful yoga are a sure and quick way to wholeness.
With exercises that help the body to become more fit, breathwork that helps the mind become more alert, and meditation to elevate the spirit, Kundalini Yoga is a very transformational practice.
“It is my mission to help others awaken their innate potential through the practices of Kundalini Yoga, meditation, and service.” ~ Bodhi
For more information about Bodhi and his practices and offering please visit: www.TheBodhiSpot.com
Gina L. Buse is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200) through Yoga Alliance. In 2019, she completed her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training at Kula Yoga Shala (a Registered Yoga School (RYS)) in Jupiter, Florida. Her expertise as a licensed psychologist since 2007 provides a different lens for practice with her knowledge of cognition, emotions, and behavior. Thus, her training as psychologist and yoga teacher integrates an complements one another for navigation of the mind-body-breath connection in her specialized services.
Her passion lies in the heart of the meditative and passive, yet powerful, practices in blissful stillness of Restorative Yoga and Yin Yoga. Gina leads clients into deep conscious relaxation with her profound love for Restorative Yoga, which she often refers to as guided time snuggling with pillows and blankets. She loves to guide clients through Yin poses, helping clients to be attuned to the subtle energy lines in their bodies. Gina also recognizes the importance of balance with both passive and active practices and leads clients mindfully through dynamic sequences in gentle yet powerful movement in Beginner’s Intro to Yoga and Gentle Yoga as well as Yin Yang Yoga.
Suzette is a native South Floridian that you can find on or near the water, at home, at a yoga studio, out to eat and visiting farmer's markets.
A life-long passion of Suzette's has always been in the medical industry; however, it wasn't until the last 10+ years that Suzette made a career out of her passion. For the last decade, Suzette has passionately educated those seeking knowledge, empowering them with the knowledge and motivation to achieve optimal health and wellness. For the last 10+ years, Suzette has been a Clinical Lab Educator, which means that she assists doctors and patients in the interpretation of their lab results. She has a Master of Science in Health and Nutrition Education, is a Board Certified Holistic Nutritionist and a Professional Member of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals.
After decades of practicing yoga, in January of 2019, Suzette started a deeper journey in her practice of yoga beginning her 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training. The training added to her skillset, as well as her own personal growth, which was truly her ultimate goal. For Suzette, yoga has helped her endeavor through challenging times, maintaining balance in her mind, body and soul.
Suzette was trained in numerous styles of yoga, with a strong focus on Vinyasa. Being the lifelong learner that she is, and having a passion for Yin Yoga, she is currently working on her Yin Certification
Connie Repoli is a Reiki Master with over thirty years of experience teaching certification classes in Reiki and offering private sessions. Come experience a healing hour of total peaceful and calming energy. The Reiki healing will not only send healing to where ever it is needed, the meditation that follows will bring you even deeper into a truly relaxed and healthy state of consciousness. Each Reiki ends with a Reiki attunement that will enable you to have within you the universal life force healing energy. Everyone will experience Reiki differently as Reiki heals on many levels. The Body: Energy goes to where it is needed The Mind: Calms our thoughts and helps with our focus Feelings: Reiki brings balance to the highs and lows Spirit: Reiki helps us to open and expand our spiritual nature.