Lisa began her yoga journey through a community ed class in 1996, reaping the benefits of connecting the physical practice with mindfulness and meditation.
Kelsey discovered yoga after she started working with a personal trainer to treat her scoliosis. She instantly fell in love with yoga, and began diving deeper into the practice.
When not dripping with sweat or doing ungodly amounts of laundry, Jenn can be found lost in the woods somewhere, preferably accompanied by her dogs and/or rescue horse, Bruiser.
I have some unique life experiences which have taught me things that I think can benefit others. I also find watching students practicing very inspirational.
After years of running marathons, Kymm turned to yoga to heal from injury and, more recently, hip replacement. She has been deepening her practice ever since.
I practice because: I am a happier human when I practice. Through my practice I have strengthened my relationships, reduced anxiety, created positive health/body awareness and…
Yoga is my love, my life, and my saving grace. Through my asana practice, I conquer fears, release harmful stress, tend to emotional scars, strengthen my body, and my heart.
Cheryl is the owner and director of Divine Power Yoga. She's been teaching since 2004, and is a registered E-RYT 500 with the Yoga Alliance.
Bridget is a yoga teacher and the Original Dreamer of Brighton Yoga Center. A long-time Brighton resident and single mom of two girls, Bridget is an active member of the Brighton community.
For the past six years my why has centered around teaching yoga as a way of building Community, Service to that community, and fostering Leadership in my students.