Francesca Cervero (she/her)

Francesca Cervero has been a full-time yoga teacher since 2005. Her teaching is inspired by her foundational training at OM Yoga Center, the years she spent as a dancer and the subsequent years she spent in physical therapy. Her teaching is also influenced by her love of Buddhist teachings and a constant curiosity about anatomy and biomechanics. She is in private practice teaching a full schedule of 1x1 clients, mentors yoga teachers in The Science of the Private Lesson™ and hosts the podcast, The Mentor Sessions: Support & Strategy for Yoga Teachers.

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Geneva Jimreivat (she/her)

Geneva grew up doing yoga, and the practice has always been a comfortable space to which she can return for self-exploration. Geneva holds a B.S. in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland, took her first teacher training with YogaFit in 2018, and completed her 200-hour teacher training at Willow Street Yoga Center in 2019. She believes that when students are given space and support, the yogic principles of steadiness and ease can be realized in all movement, on and off the mat. Her classes bring a blend of breath, introspection, functional movement, and anatomy that will inform your understanding of the physical properties of each position–but most importantly, empower you to recognize and create a personal relationship to your unique yoga practice.

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Hannah Davis (she/her)

Hannah Davis is a body-focused therapist and yoga teacher specializing in mind-body healing. On her mat, Hannah learned to be present, take up space and to be still; and hopes to offer this same experience to her students.

Hannah began practicing yoga in 2009 and completed her 200-Hour yoga teacher training in 2017. She has training in mind-body healing, Ayurveda, mindful vinyasa, and various trauma-sensitive trainings. She leads several trauma-informed community-based yoga classes through Vikara Village.

Hannah is a Licensed Social Worker in Maryland and DC, and is involved in her community through a number of organizations.

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Janie Ganga Fronek (she/they)

Janie Ganga is trained in the Integrative Amrit Method (I AM) of Yoga, focusing on internal sensations both in and out of poses. They specialize in Yoga Nidra Meditation, Yoga Therapy, Chair Yoga, and Let Your Yoga Dance. As soon as they were certified in 2013, they found their passion in helping to make the ancient teachings of yoga accessible to ALL. This includes the Health at Every Size approach – the simple concept that people can find joyful movement and holistic health no matter the shape, size, age, or ability of their body. In their classes, Janie Ganga loves to support students in finding the present-tense unique experience of their body to unlock the joy & wonder that’s available in every moment.

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Jennifer Brilliant (she/her)

Jennifer Brilliant has been teaching since 1989 and was Francesca's teacher in teacher training in 2005. Jennifer offers yoga, yoga therapy, and yoga-focused core work. She believes yoga and other body-mind practices are powerful for people of any body type, age, or ability, from beginners to those who are already steeped in their own practice.

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Kearsten Lyon

Kearsten has been working and teaching within the Pilates and Rehabilitation Therapy industry for over 13 years.

She is known for her relatable nature, sense of humor, performing accurate assessments and exceptional client-focused treatment plans.  She utilizes a unique blend of Pilates, The Oov, Franklin Method, Movement for Trauma, traditional strength and conditioning exercises, client education, and client-directed tissue release work in each session with her clients.

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Laurel Beversdorf

Laurel is a YACEP, E-RYT 500, international yoga educator, certified kettlebell specialist, the creator of Yoga with Resistance Bands classes and trainings, and Resistance Bands 101 with Yoga Journal. A mom and a New York City transplant living in Huntsville, Alabama, Laurel co-creates movement therapy tutorials with physical therapist, Sarah Court, to help teachers help their students bridge the rehabilitation process to get back to the activities that give their lives meaning.

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Mary Reddinger

Mary Reddinger is am a mom of two rambunctious boys, a bookworm, and a total yoga nerd. Mary’s teaching is firmly rooted in the belief that yoga is for everyone. She’s taught students with injuries, chronic illness, extremely limited range of motion, yoga skeptics, you name it! Mary’s credentials include 200-hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher from Soul Shine Yoga, 85-hour Yoga Alliance Certified Prenatal Teacher from Whole Mama Yoga, 30-hour Science of the Private Lesson with Francesca Cervero 18-hour Applied Anatomy: The Nuts & Bolts with Jenni Rawlings and Jenni Tarma, 4.5-hour Pain Science: Theory & Application for Yogis with Jenni Rawlings and 1,000+ hours of teaching group and private classes.

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Megan Spears (she/her)

Megan Spears been practicing yoga for 15 years and teaching full-time for 6 years. When you take class with Megan, know that she will geek out with you as you learn about your body, your movement patterns, and gather your favorite meditation practices.  Megan has been training for as long as she has been teaching. Her foundational training is in power yoga. Her recent mentors include Caitlin Casella, Francesca Cervero, Lara Heimann, Cecily Milne, Lorin Roche (meditation) and Mandy Eubanks (subtle body and trauma-informed yoga). When she’s not teaching, she’s likely walking with a friend, re-writing this bio, or doing homework.

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Samantha Harrison (she/her)

Samantha teaches alignment-based vinyasa yoga with an emphasis on finding the middle path during practice and in life. In her classes, you can expect to practice being present and playful. She has been teaching full-time since 2014. She received her initial training at Wilmington Yoga Center and then her 500-hour training with Cyndi Lee. She enjoys teaching a mix of corporate, private and group classes. She is also a teacher trainer leading 200-hour trainings and her latest Online Corporate Yoga Teacher Training.

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Sangeeta Vallabhan (she/her)

Sangeeta Vallabhan has been studying movement since she was young, first through dance and then yoga. She has been teaching yoga in New York City since 2003. She has studied vinyasa, prenatal, restorative, and advanced vinyasa, among others. In total, she has studied over 1200 hours. Sangeeta trains teachers at the 200hr and 300hr levels. She has taught yoga nationally and internationally; she has also been featured in Yoga Journal, Health Magazine and other online publications. Since 2013, Sangeeta has been studying trauma informed yoga with many different teachers.

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