Alphabetical by last name
Gina Ting Callender, E-RYT 200, RYT 500, CEP, MBA, PMP
200 hour YTT from YogaWorks, 500 hour YTT from OM yoga with Cyndi Lee, trained in restorative yoga (various teachers including Jillian Pransky) and yin yoga with Corina Benner.
Currently working at Nueva Alma (Yonkers) and Dragonfly Wellness & Yoga Studio (Ossining). Available for private and small group classes.
Heavy emphasis on alignment, stress reduction, and deep relaxation through meditation, pranayama, and restorative and yin yoga practices.
Registered Viniyoga Therapist and Teacher. 500-hour teaching certification from American Viniyoga Institute (AVI), Yoga Alliance ERYT500; additional 500-hour yoga therapy training, C-IAYT. Group classes in Purchase, Yonkers, and Irvington; private yoga and yoga therapy sessions in Westchester County or in Manhattan. Specializing in yoga for back pain, yoga for stress reduction, and yoga for special conditions.
Terry Fiore Lavery, RYT
Deborah E. Lubetkin, Psy.D., RYT-200
Stephanie Petrillo Gould, MED, RYT, IAYT
Certified yoga therapist, trained in therapeutic and restorative yoga, Kripalu Yoga, 200 hrs, and Y4C. Offering private sessions, group classes and specialized workshops at Elan Yoga an Tovami Yoga in Mamaroneck.
Yoga for Cancer classes, twice weekly at Elan Yoga, 15 Purchase Street, Suite 6 Yoga for Cancer (Y4C) classes will support individuals as they redefine their lives. Y4C class is a methodology researched and developed by Tari Prinster, designed specifically for cancer patients and survivors at all stages. The program will invigorate the body, calm the mind and alleviate emotional stress and anxiety.
Suggested donation : $10.00
Vitalah Simon, M.Ed, RYT-500, LCAT
Based in Kripalu and Vini Yoga traditions, kids & adults. Lots of individual attention. Special needs of all types, ages and sizes welcome. Private sessions available.
Elisha Simpson, RCYT, RYT-200
The Crossover Yoga Project is a nonprofit organization that empowers marginalized young women through trauma sensitive yoga, creative art therapy, health education, and character development. Participant pre- and post studies show a statistically significant increase in self-awareness, self-respect, and self control.
Informed by an evidence based curriculum, CYP guides young women to improve emotional regulation, interpersonal skills and social behavior through a gender-specific, highly effective art and yoga curriculum providing them a chance to reach their full potential.
Taught in juvenile delinquent centers, CYP invites young women to explore themes of body image, communication, anger-management, relationships, resiliency and integrity to self and others. They learn to value themselves, and understand their own power to create change in their life.
E-RYT 500 registered since 2002