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  • Ann Biese
    Ann Biese

    Meditation, Yoga and Cancer
    Ann Biese, ERYT 500, RCYT, MBSR-T, REIKI MASTER, is an international Yoga Instructor and Teacher Trainer for ChildLight Education Company. She is a certified yoga for cancer instructor for both adults and children since 2012. Ann has also worked as a Meditation and Mindfulness Specialist in pediatric and school settings, including Tufts Floating Hospital for Children in Boston for Lucy's Love Bus. Ann has taught MBSR and yoga to various youth groups and teen athletes across the country. She has been a featured speaker on meditation and mindfulness in schools across the country. Ann is also the author of the award-winning children's book Worry Bee and Mindful Moon. She enjoys volunteering as an instructor for Go Give Yoga and was featured in NorthShore Magazine for her volunteer work in Massachusetts. In her time off the mat, Ann enjoys her family and pets, as well as volunteering at an equine rescue farm.

  • Andrea Bristol
    Andrea Bristol

    Yoga and Cancer
    Andrea has called the Seacoast home for over 25 years. After being sidelined by autoimmune issues, Andrea embraced Yoga as a way to keep in shape and focus on the mind-body conneciton. Having practiced several methods of Yoga, Vinyasa was the one that spoke to her. Yoga has transformed her life physically, mindfully and spiritually. Andrea received her RYT 200 through Barre & Soul in Portsmouth, NH, holds her Reiki Master Teacher certification and serves as a Hospice volunteer. Andrea was inspired during her first Seacoast Yoga Mala to teach cancer patients, survivors and their caregivers. She is looking forward to holding space for her students in a loving and supportive environment. Andrea aims to have her students leave her class feeling grounded, strong and inspired.

    She is very grateful to share her practice with the Yoga and Cancer community.

  • Sue Bielski
    Sue Bielski

    Yoga for Recovery
    Sue came to yoga in her late 30s seeking low-impact physical exercise, but she soon found herself drawn to exploring the deeper aspects of the practice. She began teaching regularly shortly before completing her 200-hour yoga teacher certification (at YogaLife Institute of NH) in early 2015. The experience of yoga, as Sue imagines it, includes developing new perspectives, experimenting with the unfamiliar, opening up beneficial paths of communication, and cultivating light-heartedness as one moves through life. Sue has taught yoga at all levels to students ranging in age from adolescents to nonagenarians. Sue has a particular interest in making yoga accessible to those who come to yoga later in life. In her spare time, Sue enjoys cooking, reading The New Yorker; walking her dog with friends, and doing jigsaw puzzles.

  • Kimberley Boys
    Kimberley Boys

    Kimberley, 200 YTT through Soulfire Power Yoga in February 2018. She has been working at Exeter Power Yoga since the summer of that same year. Kim is half way through her 500 YTT certification, to be completed December 2019. She also worked her first yoga retreat in South Africa. She hopes to continue to combine her love of travel and yoga on more retreats over the next year. She is also certified as a barre instructor, trained at The Dailey Method in San Francisco CA. Kimberley was raised in New Hampshire and moved to California in 2000 where she worked, had three children and lived for 15 years. Kim started practicing yoga after her children were born, she found the practice to help ease postpartum anxiety and exhaustion. After her family moved to Stratham she started practicing heated power yoga, loved it and wanted to get certified and start teaching again. Kim’s favorite part of teaching is helping people feel better, seeing how much this practice can make a difference in people’s lives and honored to be able to bring yoga to the communities within Yoga in Action.

  • Deana Cavan
    Deana Cavan

    Yoga and Cancer
    Deana Aulisio Cavan, RYT200 took her first yoga class with Kimberly Dahlmann in a little cabin in Barrington, NH in 2000. As the years passed, her practice grew roots through consistency, perseverance, and the tried-and- true methods of the Ashtanga lineage. Her teachers would provide her great ability, humility, and the courage to become a teacher herself. Admittedly, Deana's greatest spiritual teacher came into her life on April 27th, 2014 - her son, Everett Thomas. Over the course of ten months, it became clear the reason why she had practiced so diligently for the last 15 years – to prepare her to take care of a child with cancer and to move through the devastation of losing him. Yoga had taught her how to accept suffering with grace and strength and to let go of being in control. From this harrowing experience, Deana has decided to pursue teaching children and adults with cancer, their caregivers, and grievers the yoga, breathing, and meditation techniques that gratefully kept her heart wide open. She also continues to enjoy teaching the lovely students at YogaEast in Kittery, ME.

  • Liz Collins
    Liz Collins

    Elizabeth (she/her) first discovered yoga in the shelves at the Dover Public Library at the age of 8, and that sums up two of her lifelong passions— books and health. She holds Bachelor Degrees in Linguistics and Nursing, and has obtained specialized training as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner and Certified Lactation Counselor. Her most recent fields have been Maternal/Newborn Care, Emergency Medicine and Community Behavioral Health.
    She started actively practicing yoga in 2003 and obtained a 200-hour vinyasa-based teaching certification in 2012 from Breathe in Rochester, NY. Since then, she has taught in a variety of settings and her relationship with yoga has naturally evolved. In working through recovery from a traumatic birth experience, she rediscovered the integral part that intentional movement plays in the healing process and “coming home” to your body. She focuses on releasing the influence of the ego and finding ease, both on and off the mat.
    Elizabeth currently works full time as a parent to twin daughters, whom she is raising on dirt, homemade croissants, and the Hamilton soundtrack. In her free time, she is a trail runner, writes for Seacoast Moms and Trail Sisters, and is developing yoga programming for runners.

  • Maria Cousins
    Maria Cousins

    Yoga for Diverse Abilities
    Maria Cousins is a 200 hour RYT, since April 2014 and has practiced yoga for over 16 years. She has received certificates in teaching yoga to adults with disabilities and trauma sensitive yoga. Maria is on the Board of Directors Yoga in Action and is excited to be a Program Teacher for Yoga for All Abilities. Maria is a wife, and mother to two grown daughters, one with a developmental disability. She loves to cook new recipes, eat, read, walk her mini labradoodle and spend time with friends and family. Maria has found great comfort in her mind and body daily, and during life's challenges, through yoga. She believes that yoga is for everyone and hopes to be able to help others be comfortable in their mind and body through yoga. Maria teaches a basic yoga class focusing on asana and slow flow, utilizing breath and movement, helping to bring balance, strength and calm to your mind, body and spirit.

  • Michelle Couture
    Michelle Couture

    Yoga and Cancer
    Michelle has been practicing yoga since 2003 and teaching since 2006. She is an ERYT yoga instructor and is Yoga 4 Cancer teacher certified. Michelle is the Founder and Director of Yoga and Cancer, a program of Yoga in Action and is currently serving on the Board of Directors as President.

    Michelle believes that yoga is a powerful healing modality that can bring positive change for people who consistently practice yoga. She is known for her creative sequencing with focus on alignment and breath. Michelle has a compassionate approach to teaching seeing the individual needs of her students so she can deliver thoughtful instruction that will enhance their practice and healing. Michelle’s passion is to share the gifts of yoga so that participants can deepen their connection to self and find peace and well being in their everyday life.

  • Heather DeAngelis
    Heather DeAngelis

    Trauma Informed Yoga
    Yoga has been a steady part of Heather’s life since her first class in 2000. She was immediately drawn to the physical intensity and the mental focus required in class. Heather attended the Bikram teacher training in 2005 and 3 years later opened a Bikram studio in Concord, New Hampshire. She was blessed with an amazing teaching staff of kind and compassionate teachers and, together, they helped to create a yoga community that is still strong today. After her third son was born, she sold the studio to focus on her family. She obtained a 200-hour teaching certificate through Yoga NH, a certification in Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra, and a 300-hour trauma sensitive teaching certificate through the Trauma Center in Boston. Heather is drawn to teach to populations who have had challenging life experiences and who she feels could benefit from the coping skills and empowerment gained through cultivating a yoga practice. She is grateful to be able to witness students discover their own strengths through movement, and gain self-empowerment, self-love, and acceptance over time. In addition to teaching yoga, Heather has served as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) for 6 years. She enjoys skiing and hiking with her family and is working on completing the 48 4,000 footers in NH.

  • Kim Dowling
    Kim Dowling

    Yoga and Cancer
    Kim Dowling is a 200 hour Registered Yoga teacher, trained at Vishuddha Yoga School. She is also a certified ChildLight Yoga instructor. Kim began practicing yoga about 20 years ago for the physical benefits. However, in 2010 after being diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, her practice deepened. Yoga and meditation have been integral in complimenting her healing journey. She has additional training in Positive Psychology, Food as Medicine, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra. She has also studied Meditation at Insight Meditation. She has a Masters in Medical Science from Yale University with over 15 years of experience working as an Orthopedic Physician Assistant. Kim has experience working with patients requiring a wide range of needs, from injured, young athletes to seniors after joint replacement. Kim’s passion is combining her medical knowledge with yoga and meditation to share the healing benefits of yoga with people of any ability and health status. Kim has been leading a Cancer Care yoga class since its inception at Good Karma Integrative Yoga in Newburyport. In her free time, Kim enjoys being out in nature with her husband and three children.

  • Yoga for Recovery, Yoga and Cancer
    Shelly Grande is an international Yoga Teacher, Reiki Master and creator of malas. She connected with yoga while living in Australia and found home on her mat. Inspired by her teacher Kimberly Dahlmann's ability to hold space for her students, she traveled to Maui to immerse in teacher training with Eddie Modestini and Nicki Doane. Her classes are a practice of self love inspired by Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Kundalini, and cosmic astrology. She believes in taking the qualities we strive for on the mat - things like honesty, integrity, and compassion - off the mat and into our world.

    Shelly is passionate about sharing the tools that continuously help her land in presence, release negativity and realign with her true essence of love and joy. She whole-heartedly believes in the infinite healing abilities of Yoga, Reiki and Meditation. Join Shelly for practice on the mat, invite peace and ease into your world with a Reiki session and ask her about malas as a meditation tool. shellygrande.com

  • Michelle James
    Michelle James

    Yoga and Community, Yoga for Recovery, Yoga and Cancer
    Michelle James, RYT-200, RCYT has a degree and background in early childhood education. After 20+ years working with children and families in various settings, she discovered the benefits and joys of sharing yoga with children. This marked the beginning of her yoga journey. She completed the ChildLight Education Company 95hr program and has led classes for families with babies through teens. She is a student at heart, always eager to continue her own education through experience and discoveries. Michelle completed her 200hrTT, a trauma informed, empowerment approach to Hatha/Raja yoga in January 2019 with Yoga Muse School of Yoga. Her classes invite you to explore the mind-body-breath connection through movement, breath awareness and yoga philosophy. Variations of postures are both offered and encouraged, with an intention of creating a practice that is accessible to all students, inviting both challenge and ahimsa (kindness) as you listen to what your body is telling you in each moment on your mat. Through this awareness and connection to yourself, you open the opportunity for strength, flexibility, balance, mindfulness and confidence.

    She is grateful to share all that yoga has to offer, both on and off the mat, with students of all ages. Off the mat Michelle enjoys crocheting and spending time in nature - kayaking, fishing, hiking and most of all laughing with her husband, three grown children and two precious grandchildren.

  • Rochelle Jewell
    Rochelle Jewell

    Trauma Informed Yoga, Yoga for Recovery, Yoga for Diverse Abilities
    Rochelle Jewell, E-RYT is the founder of Yoga in Action and a certified Kripalu Yoga Teacher. Long before she envisioned the creation of a yoga service organization, she recognized the importance of creating a safe and sacred space for students. She believes it is important for yoga teachers to recognize that students bring their history into the yoga room and to understand the many things that can trigger trauma responses. The idea of introducing trauma sensitive yoga classes in the seacoast came long before the creation of Yoga in Action. Rochelle is so pleased to have brought this goal to fruition and to be teaching one of Yoga in Action’s trauma-informed yoga classes.

  • Shannon Keyes
    Shannon Keyes

    Yoga and Community, Yoga for Recovery
    Shannon Keyes has practiced yoga since 1998, when her mom introduced her to the practice. She is a former high-school English teacher, who moved to New Hampshire to attend law school. After practicing as an attorney, Shannon became pregnant with her first son. While pregnant, she was so delighted with her prenatal yoga class that she obtained her prenatal yoga teaching certification through The Art and Science of Prenatal Yoga by Amy Hopkins, RN, LMT, CCCE, E-RYT. As Shannon’s family grew with the addition of a second (and now third!) son, she started taking family yoga classes. She completed training for her child yoga teaching certification with ChildLight Yoga, LLC. Shannon has since completed her 200-hour yoga teacher certification through 3 Bridges Yoga Studio. She is eager to bring family yoga classes to the community and share the powerful impact yoga has on deepening relationships between child and caregiver. In Shannon’s spare time, she loves going to the beach, gardening, camping, and spending time with her family.

  • Becky Kollmorgen
    Becky Kollmorgen

    Yoga and Cancer
    Becky is a licensed physical therapist with 25 years of experience in the rehabilitation and wellness industry. As an ACSM certified group exercise instructor and YA-certified 200 hour RYT, she teaches a variety of classes through the Seacoast. Every one of her classes is infused with her extensive knowledge of anatomy, injury care, and body awareness. She believes the spiritual side of yoga serves to enhance the physical aspect of wellness it brings. Always approachable and happy to answer questions, she aims to have everyone leave class knowing a little bit more about themselves.

  • Kate Manuell
    Kate Manuell

    Trauma Informed Yoga
    Kate is a 500 hr RYT based on the Seacoast of New Hampshire. She is the founder of Three Moons Yoga and is a certified Trauma Informed Soulwork Facilitator. She has worked with many populations including students in southeast Asia, individuals with disabilities, and victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. She has travelled the world in search of higher purpose, which eventually brought her to realize her true north in bringing the teachings of Yoga to others. Kate leads cacao ceremonies, yoga classes, and retreats all over the seacoast and beyond. She is an enthusiastic student of Trauma Theory, Somatic Experiencing, and the human cognitive ability to redirect unhealthy patterns. She is a volunteer advocate for HAVEN and is passionate about her choice to best embody the teachings of Yoga and bringing empowerment to others in realizing their capacity to heal and unlearn. She is honored to share sacred space with you at Yoga in Action.

  • Marissa McAleer
    Marissa McAleer

    Yoga and Cancer
    Marissa McAleer is a RYT-500, earning her 200-hr certification in 2011 at the Integral Yoga Center of Highland Park, NJ, and her 500-hr certification at YogaLife Institute of NH in 2020. She is a Personal Trainer certified through American Council on Exercise (ACE), a Certified Senior Fitness Specialist (ACE), a Cancer Exercise Specialist (Cancer Exercise Training Institute) and is certified in Yoga and Mindfulness for Diverse Abilities through Childlight Yoga. She has also received training in Yoga and Cancer with Michelle Couture, Director of Yoga in Action's Yoga & Cancer program.

    Marissa's approach to yoga and fitness is both functional and fun - always with a sense of humor - and she encourages participants to come to come just as they are, with love and patience, curiosity and courage. Marissa is the owner/manager of Empowered Movement LLC, a personal training and private yoga business.

  • Lindsay McDonough
    Lindsay McDonough

    My pronouns are she/her. I am a daughter, sister, spouse, mother, doula, and educator. I love teaching yoga to folks who don't fit the description of what the media leads us to believe yoga is supposed to look like. I believe if you have a body, and if you breathe, you are a yogi!

    My yoga practice started in 2001 and has taken many forms throughout the years. In 2011, I completed my Master's degree in Secondary Education for Special Ed. In 2015, I completed a 200hr yoga teacher training with Yoga District in Washington, DC. Since then, I've taught Hatha classical sequences, vinyasa, prenatal, and yin yoga, in classrooms, in studios, in gyms, and breweries to a wide variety of students ranging in ages from 15-95, and to those who present with a disability (physical or cognitive), and those who don't. I identify as being a member of the LGBTQ community, and welcome all pronouns, genders, and radiant beings in class.

  • Mindy Miller Muse
    Mindy Miller Muse

    Trauma Informed Yoga, Yoga for Diverse Abilities
    Mindy Miller Muse YA-CEP, E-RYT500, C-IAYT, Mindy has been practising Yoga for approximately 20 years and teaching for over 14 years. She has a background in clinical social work (MSW) and a special appreciation for Hatha Yoga’s potential to strengthen the mind/body/ heart connection. Mindy blends an appreciation for and an in depth knowledge of anatomy and an alignment based approach to asana with the importance of inspiring each individual’s unique and innate wisdom through facilitating curiosity, creativity, and choice. Mindy has more than 40 hours of specialized training in trauma-sensitive yoga with Dave Emerson of the Boston Trauma Institute. She is a Certified Yoga therapist and teaches Yoga full time with practitioners of all ages in a variety of settings including schools, libraries, community centers, mental health programs and Yoga Studios. In her yoga classes and teacher training programs, Mindy aims to create a welcoming environment for each person to enhance their Mind/Body/Heart connection with an emphasis on accessibility, personal choice and creativity.

  • Dani Mulligan
    Dani Mulligan

    Yoga for Recovery, Yoga and Cancer
    Dani got her 200 YTC in 2014 through Sadhana yoga school. Her yoga journey began when she discovered meditation at age 12, and realized the benefits were ones that really resonated with her and brought her a feeling of coming “home”. When Dani started practicing yoga and noticed the physical practice was giving her the same benefits of meditation, becoming a yoga teacher became her absolute dream job. And still is. Dani loves learning alongside her students with every class. She believes yoga should be accessible for everyone, and everyone deserves to give it a try.

  • Allie Murray
    Allie Murray

    Yoga for Recovery
    Allie Murray (she/her) has practiced yoga for over twelve years. She discovered her appreciation for yoga in college, taking free classes offered on her campus, and deepened her practice by turning to meditation in her twenties. Since then, she has practiced regularly, received her 200hr RYT and taken additional workshops in trauma-informed yoga. She also teaches privately with her own business. In her personal practice, she has found stability and strength in the mind, the body and the heart. With a strong belief that yoga is for every body, Allie strives to create a welcoming and accessible class environment for all. When not practicing yoga, she works by day in technology and enjoys baking, time outdoors and spending time with her family and her dog.

  • Lauren Sipe
    Lauren Sipe

    Yoga for Diverse Abilities
    Lauren Sipe worked for 30 years in a school district in Maryland outside of Washington, DC. She was a special education teacher for 10 years and a professional school counselor for 20 years. Lauren discovered yoga 17 years ago when her son was ill frequently due to a delayed immune system. It helped her reduce stress and anxiety while gaining physical strength and exercise. Lauren received her 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification in July 2019 with Breathe for Change an organization that promotes wellness for educators. In September 2020 she obtained her Children’s Yoga teacher certification. Currently, Lauren teaches yoga to adults and teens with diverse abilities through a Parks and Recreation program, a local nonprofit that bridges the gap between high school and adulthood for individuals with developmental disabilities, and gentle yoga classes to adults. She is passionate about making yoga accessible and fun to anyone willing to try it.

  • Leigh Sloss
    Leigh Sloss

    Yoga and Community, Austin17 House
    Leigh Sloss is a Certified Yoga Therapist, Registered Yoga Teacher for Adult and Children, Certified Embodiment Coach, and has a Master's in Education. Leigh's mission is to make yoga accessible and doable for ALL. She deeply values inclusion, connection, and belonging for people of all ages, abilities, fitness levels, body types, races, ethnicities, faiths or secular orientations, gender identities, languages, and socioeconomic status. Connection, community, and compassion for others are at the very heart of Leigh’s work. She offers group and individual yoga therapy sessions to children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. Leigh teaches gentle, therapeutic yoga, chair yoga, and Yoga Nidra in order to make these practices truly accessible to everyone.

    As a former classroom teacher, Leigh witnessed firsthand the need for children to feel safe and at ease before they could learn. Having found the teachings of yoga so profound in her own life, Leigh felt compelled to share these powerful skills. Leigh understands that learning basic self-care and having tools in your back pocket to apply in any situation are must-haves in today's busy and stressful world. Practical tools that help calm and regulate our nervous systems are essential to our well-being and must be taught. Leigh invites you to get out of your head and into your body and welcomes you to learn empowering life skills that promote awareness, compassion, ease, and resilience for yourself and one another!

  • Lana Vogestad
    Lana Vogestad

    Yoga and Cancer
    Lana Vogestad's interest to teach yoga began soon after her father was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2001. Experiencing and witnessing how a yoga practice can give an abundance of new energy, strength, hope, peace, and bring about empowerment and healing, is a constant inspiration for her. The transformational and healing power of yoga and the community it creates has been an anchor for her through the ebb and flow of life. The tools we learn on our mat are available off the mat. Our practice returns us to our natural state of peace and love and helps to diminish anything that weighs us down. Lana is a 500 E-RYT and a visual artist. She has taught extensively in Iceland, the Netherlands, Atlanta, and on the Seacoast. She's the founder and creator of YNDI Yoga which is an immersive and artful online yoga platform, in-person events and a national PBS production.

  • Annie Wagoner
    Annie Wagoner

    Yoga for Recovery
    Annie is a mom of two amazing kids, military spouse, compassionate listener, former perfectionist, recovering sugar addict, chocolate lover, runner, certified health coach, personal trainer, yoga teacher, and healer. Founder of and podcaster for Core Nourishment and creator of the Wellness Portal for Moms, Annie loves holding space for and witnessing the “aha” moments as individuals navigate their own journeys, explore and discover more self-confidence and love for themselves (from the inside-out), their community, nature and life. She is deeply passionate about educating and empowering others to make positive lifestyle choices so that they can fuel their bodies, work, relationships, passions and dreams. Annie aims to guide others to reach their highest potential, and creates action plans for people that guide them to empowerment, radiance and core aliveness.

    Annie’s yoga classes explore a powerful fusion of yoga and strength, offering dynamic flowing sequences that move from the core and invite vitality, mindfulness, flexibility, balance, and playfulness in. She has her 200hr Certified Yoga Teacher (CYT) certification through the Yoga of Energy Flow teacher training at Dover Yoga, her 40hr Still Point Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training certification, and her 50hr Yin Yoga Teacher certification. She is enormously grateful to have had the opportunity to teach Yoga for Recovery at Hope on Haven Hill over the last few years and to be a part of the incredible yoga and healing community along the Seacoast. She is honored to share her passions and be of service through Yoga in Action. Visit Annie at www.anniewagoner.com

  • Marie Zapalla-Stewart
    Marie Zapalla-Stewart

    Yoga for Diverse Abilities
    Marie strives to help all children embrace their full potential and live their lives with joy through the practice of yoga and mindfulness. Following a 33 year career as an early childhood/special education teacher, Marie began an exploration of yoga. While completing her RYT 200 at Prasada Yoga Center in her hometown of Hampton, NH, Marie developed a unique conflict resolution workshop for children called Peacing. The desire to combine these two practices led Marie to ChildLight Yoga, and eventually to Little Flower Yoga, a yoga and mindfulness program where she is now a certified member teacher. Marie discovered tools to help children overcome physical, mental and emotional barriers to learning, including skills to improve focus and concentration. As a kinesthetic learner herself, Marie loves to share this style of learning, and combines techniques for breathing, focusing, and relaxing with age-appropriate yoga. Committed to promoting feelings of safety and enjoyment for her students, Marie believes that encouragement and positive reinforcement in the practice of yoga and mindfulness can positively impact the student, family, classroom, community and society as a whole.

  • Rose Schieck
    Rose Schieck

    Yoga for Recovery
    Rose Schieck is a Yogini Mama, Health and Wellness Coach, RYT 200hr , Energy Medicine Yoga Level one teacher, Reiki I & II practioner; creative and lover of all things local. Rose has taught 'Yoga Supports Recovery' for Yoga in Action since 2017 and is also the owner and operator of Mamaste Well.

    While Rose has been passionate about supporting others on their path to optimal well-being for many years, becoming a mother ignited a deeper level of understanding of herself, a clear seeing of her inner workings and a sincere desire to support other mothers in loving and accepting themselves. Rose believes awareness is the starting point for all behavior change, and acceptance is the key to healing limiting beliefs and transcending towards the higher self.

    Prior to motherhood, Rose spent nearly a decade working for the In SHAPE program, a cutting edge wellness program, designed to improve the physical and mental health of persons living with severe and persistent mental illness. It was during this time that Rose developed an intense sense of purpose for being of service to others

    Of the course of the last 15 years yoga has been a very powerful component of Rose’s self-care, personal healing journey and growth. As a coach and yoga teacher Rose approaches health and well-being from the perspective that developing a strong relationship to self, having hyper self-awareness and unconditional self-love; are the key ingredients to vibrant living. Rose brings: playfulness, empathy and compassion to her teaching, and a passion for guiding people to their ultimate physical and mental strength.

    Rose’s greatest joy comes from time spent in the great outdoors with her husband, Hugo, and sons Leif and Axel.

  • Sarah Sherman
    Sarah Sherman

    Trauma Informed Yoga, Yoga and Community
    Sarah Sherman received her 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training from Core Power Yoga in San Diego in 2009 and is certified through Yoga Alliance. Sarah had always been athletic and led an athletic lifestyle with exercise and movement being her natural self medication, but she wanted more. She started practicing during a difficult time in her life and found the balance of mind, heart, and body to be a new mandatory part of her day.Sarah has taught in a variety of gyms, studios, parks, breweries, schools, and corporations in California and New Mexico but with a career in mental health and serving under-privileged communities Sarah strives to bring yoga to populations that might not show up to a traditional studio: inner city children, vets, special education students, trauma survivors, etc. Her creative flow and experience working with such diverse populations of clients allows Sarah to read her students needs and deliver a class everyone gets something out of. Since moving to NH, when she's not in the outdoors hiking, skiing, and being on the water with her family, she's teaching middle school special education.

  • Kathy Ullrich
    Kathy Ullrich

    In memory of Kathy, who blessed our Yoga in Action community and beyond with her gifts of love, compassion and generosity. Kathy’s desire to teach to the Yoga and Cancer community was sparked by her genuine calling to make a difference in the lives of others. We have so much gratitude for her kindness and beautiful way of teaching- a gift to her students and to everyone around her. Kathy’s spirit will forever be in our hearts.


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