Jessie Matheson

A classically trained dancer, educator, and mother of two, Jessie turned to yoga to recover from dance and pregnancy-related injuries. After experiencing the body-mind-spirit union that yoga cultivates, Jessie dedicated herself as a life-long learner to the practice. She holds a Bachelor’s in English with a Minor in Dance, 30 years of classical dance training, […]

Daniela Simina

Yoga teacher 500 E-RYT, YACEP, Reiki Master, teacher and practitioner of Bioenergetic Healing, Plant Energetic Medicine & Spiritual Herbalism, and Crystal Healing. Daniela’s approach to teaching is grounded in the synergy between modern science and ancient wisdom. She writes, teaches courses, classes and workshops on various modalities of energetic healing, yoga, and esoteric subjects. Her […]

BeAnne Creeger

BeAnne has been practicing and studying the philosophy of yoga for over 20 years. She received the 500-hour advanced certification from Peachtree Yoga Center in 2008 where she had the unique opportunity to study the deeper teachings of the Yoga Sutras under the personal guidance of Dr. Michel Angot, a world-renowned expert Sanskrit professor from […]

How can Yoga help?

Written by Veronica Rockwitz There is no doubt we are living in a strange time…especially as of late. It’s a time that can cause serious personal stress for all of us. It’s the seeming lack of control that can drive it. For me, there is stress from financial uncertainty that comes with not working my […]

Gratitude as a Practice

Written by Alison Gurevich 542 days ago I began a gratitude practice. I write down 10 things I am grateful for, and it’s usually the last thing I do before I go to sleep. Everyday. I am on my third journal – that’s 5,420 things I’ve taken the time to write down my gratitude for. […]

How can Yoga help?

Written by Veronica Rockwitz There is no doubt we are living in a strange time…especially as of late.  It’s a time that can cause serious personal stress for all of us.  It’s the seeming lack of control that can drive it.  For me, there is stress from financial uncertainty that comes with not working my primary job […]

Overfunctioning, Underfunctioning, and the Search for Balance

Written By Alison Gurevich In the last year I discovered the work of Dr. Brene Brown. It feels odd to use her full name and title because in my head we are good friends. Her research is fascinating and the hours we’ve spent with her speaking directly to me (okay, fine – they were audio […]

Growth and Personal Breakthroughs On and Off the Mat

Written By Jackie Reckson We always talk about our yoga practice as a metaphor for how we live our lives off our mats. How can we take the lessons learned on our mats and practice them in our everyday lives? I found this quote by Marissa Mayer, Businesswoman… “I always did something I was a […]

Making Space for New Ideas

Written by Alison Gurevich Over the weekend I painted a room so we could move the office in there from the room just down the hall. Just one year ago I painted the first room our agreed upon office color and we sort of moved everything in. But we never really moved into the space. […]

Catherine Philippe

Catherine teaches participants to manage their own energy, helping them transform and awaken their heart and mind.