Jessica Wozniak has been practicing and teaching yoga for more than 15 years. She’s a 200-hour certified yoga instructor (Yoga Alliance RYS) with more than 1000 hours of teaching experience, including private and group classes, yoga therapy and Vedic Thai Yoga.
She learned Vedic Thai Yoga from Mukti Michael Buck and Mary Elizabeth Sheehan of the Vedic Thai Conservatory. She has completed more than 125 hours of hands-on training, and provided more than 400 hours of private sessions.
200-hr Yoga Instructor from American Power Yoga (Yoga Alliance RYS)
Vedic Thai Yoga
Dawndy is the owner of changingBODS changingLIVES YOGA and is passionate about teaching others to love oneself by teaching lifetime tools to reduce stress, achieve emotional balance, enhance cognition and to reach their maximum physical and emotional well being.
Dawndy specializes in Yoga Therapy working with individuals to reduce chronic pain/fatigue and/or improve athletic performance by understanding what leads to their pain cycles and shifting that experience by removing pain, improving flexibility and strength, retraining connective tissue and preventing common injuries.
For years, my exercise regimen consisted of stretching and working out with weights at my local gym. Then one day in 2006, I ventured into the group fitness room at my health club and discovered yoga. I fell in love. At the suggestion of the club’s yoga instructor, I began my yoga teacher training, and I’ve been teaching and practicing regularly ever since.
Training and Education - Yoga Fit - Levels 1, 2, 3 and Anatomy and Alignment (64 hrs.)
Kundalini Yoga training, Namah Shivaya with Tej Monga (16 hrs.)
200 Hour RYT, Maha Shakti teacher training with Amy Johnson (200 E-RYT) and Adri Kyser (500 E-RYT).
In addition to formal training, countless hours in self study of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras, Light on Yoga (B.K.S. Iyengar), Heart of Yoga (T.K.V. Desakachar), Kundalini Yoga (Swami Sivananda), Autobiography of a Yogi (Paramahansa Yogananda), Bhagavad Gita, the Way of Life According to Laotzu (tao te ching) and other spiritual/mystical teachings as well as study of anatomy and physiology.
My first experience with yoga was a Rodney Yee VHS in my living room around the age of fourteen. My mother had been injured in a car accident and yoga was suggested to aid her recovery. I was hooked immediately. The inner sense of calm it gave me was incomparable to anything else I had experienced. Since then, my understanding has deepened and I've learned to connect to my body in a whole new way. Yoga has taught me the power of breathing, the method of using meditation in my movement, and how to harness love and positivity in my thoughts.
RYT 200 Classical Hatha Yoga, Tantra, Kriya Yoga, and Ashtanga Yoga
Yoga Alliance Accredited Teacher, October 2012
Participated in Restorative Yoga, Yoga Therapy, and Chair Yoga classes for Senior Retirement Community
Received thorough training in Pranayama, Meditation, Ayurveda, and the Yoga Sutras
Certified in Adult, Child, and Infant CPR from the American Health Care Academy
Janette is an Ayurveda Yoga Specialist and Registered Yoga Teacher whose nurturing, open, and uplifting teachings inspire her students to achieve their highest potential. Her classes are known to offer a safe environment where students of all levels can feel supported, inspired and challenged. Janette finds inner peace in her daily asana and meditation practice. Her philosophy is that ANYONE can do yoga regardless of physical capabilities and she is passionate about sharing the gift of yoga with everyone.
Amy officially began her yoga journey in 2002, but finding the practice of yoga was a natural progression. She discovered that she had been practicing breath work & postures her entire life. From playing with handstands & other arm balances with her dad as a child to following her breath to fall asleep as a stressed out teen, yoga had always been there.
Christina was introduced to meditation in grade school and has been teaching physical education classes since she was a teenager. She began a consistent yoga practice in 2002 and teaching in 2006.
She is a Registered Yoga Teacher 200 HR with Yoga Alliance and AAAI/ISMA and has a Bachelors Degree from University of Oklahoma. She is a charter member of the Texas Yoga Association and an Ambassador for Breakfast Yoga Club DFW.
B.A. Organizational Communications, University of Oklahoma
Registered Yoga Teacher 200 HR, Yoga Alliance
Registered Yoga Teacher, AAAI/ISMA
Lori is a natural teacher with a passion for sharing the gifts of yoga. She offers a unique blend of uplifting, heartfelt insights and a powerful, yet playful practice that leaves her students feeling refreshed and inspired. With the perfect marriage of movement and attention to alignment, she therapeutically and safely aids in each students’ asana evolution. Her enthusiasm, humor, and vibrant spirit shines through as she inspires her students to live fully from the heart.
Debbie has been teaching yoga since 2007 and has been in the health and wellness field since 1999. She received her RYT-200 and RYT-500 training through Blue Anjou’s Breathe into Awareness teacher training program. Known for her down to earth personality, her classes are meditative in structure without losing the physical aspect. She firmly believes meditation is the foundation of a holistic yoga practice. She is inspired by the rituals and routines of Ayurveda, yoga’s sister science, as well as its emphasis on vegetarian food.
E-RYT 500 Hatha
Breathe into Awareness Teacher Training Program
Sydney began her yoga journey in 2005 taking a yoga class at a local community college. Over the course of the next several years enjoyed a variety of different styles of yoga classes at several area studios.
Already experiencing the benefits of yoga, in 2009 made a conscious decision to commit to consistent practice as a way to manage stress from her corporate position.
In an effort to share her “story” she began teaching yoga in 2010 obtaining her RYT 200 at The Divine School of Yoga Therapy.