Lynn is YogaTree’s owner and a Kripalu-trained yoga teacher. Her own practice began more than 25 years ago. In 2009, Lynn fulfilled a long time dream attending 200 hour immersion teacher training at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. Initially studying to deepen her own practice, after the training, Lynn felt drawn to teaching so she can share the joy yoga brings to her.
In her classes, Lynn provides a welcoming, comfortable environment for students to enjoy both the fun and the power of a consistent yoga practice. She provides options so each person can discover the balance of challenge and ease in their practice; helping them foster a deeper connection to the wealth of strength, peace and bliss within.
Lynn is deeply grateful for the guidance of her teachers, Devarshi and Sudah, her fellow students at Kripalu, her dedicated friends and family, Beth Filla for her guidance and for developing yoga roots in Riverton. Big love and gratitude to the amazing YogaTree community. Now that the studio space is closed, Lynn is offering yoga classes online and outdoors.
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Anita began practicing yoga in 2006. Regular practice became a path that led her to discover things she hadn’t known about her body, mind, and spirit. The ensuing transformation has supported Anita to live a more authentic and joyful life.
Her many years in pediatric nursing complement her yoga practice as well as her approach to teaching. Her commitment to wellness and health inspired her to share this life-changing practice with others. Anita believes that everyone can benefit from and should have access to yoga. She has offered yoga classes at community centers, to women in homeless shelters, and yoga studios.
She hopes to motivate and guide every student–from beginner to advanced–to build confidence, deepen awareness, and increase physical strength and flexibility through healthy alignment-based asana sequences with a strong focus on breath work. She creates classes that are intended to feel joyful, supportive and inspiring while encouraging students to question their limitations and explore the boundaries of their comfort zones.
Anita is grateful for her teacher, Beth Filla E-RYT and Yogawood for an amazing 200-hour teacher training, which she completed in April 2012.
Randee first discovered yoga in 1998 when her son suggested she check what “the moms were doing” at his karate school. Randee quickly fell in love with yoga, and believes practicing has transformed her life. Inspired by the Yogawood community in Collingswood, Randee completed her teacher training in April 2017.
Randee uses her knowledge of anatomy from her background as an Occupational Therapist to help students align proper form with mindfulness and breath work. Her classes are accessible to everyone and help students apply the principles of yoga on and off the mat, for strength in body and mind.
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Erin began practicing yoga since 2006 and has loved the journey ever since. Yoga has helped her increase flexibility, strength, and compassion both on and off the mat. As a singer and music teacher, yoga has helped her keep her composure and find calm in performances. Erin completed her 200 hour YTT program at Dhyana Yoga in Philadelphia in February 2018 under the tutelage of her teachers John Vitarelli, Diana Vitarelli, and Bruno Circolo in the Ashtanga Vinyasa Style. Erin loves the community of teachers and students at YogaTree, Riverton and is deeply grateful to Lynn for the opportunity to share her passion for yoga. Her classes offer a fun and welcoming space to flow together, be present, and explore! Erin’s main goal in teaching yoga is to meet people where they are, as they are.