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
For nearly a decade, Christina has been sharing her passion and gift for helping others live a life of balance as an avid yogi and licensed instructor. It was in 2005 when she was introduced to Ayurveda that her life was changed. Discovering this healing science that has been practiced in India for more than 5,000 years was the catalyst for SimpleVeda.
Christina became a certified yoga instructor in 2005 and then graduated from the California College of Ayurveda in 2009, where she studied to be an Ayurvedic Health Practitioner, Ayurvedic Chef and Ayurvedic Herbalist. She and her husband reside in the Dallas area and enjoy being in nature, gardening, hiking, and spending time with their 3 year-old son.
Kristi McDonald is the founder & teacher at The Indigo Project. Kristi is a graduate from the University of Texas, Corepower Yoga Teacher Training and Collinson Massage School. She holds her ERYT-200 yoga certificate, as well as recognition as a children’s yoga specialist by Yoga Alliance. She is a reiki practicioner, licensed massage therapist, published author and former elementary teacher. Kristi has been honored to receive the “Outstanding Service and Dedication Award” from Ferris ISD, for her years teaching PreK ESL.
BA, University of Texas
ERYT - 200, Yoga Alliance
RCRYT, Yoga Alliance
Licensed Massage Therapist
Cheryl has been dancing and moving her whole life.
Yoga is a natural overflow of the passion she has inside to
truly love and help people.
Cheryl has a degree in psychology and elementary
education. After spending many years teaching in schools, and home schooling
her own 5 children, she now gets to teach yoga to people of all ages and levels.
This includes her precious baby "students" and their mamas and care-givers,
all the way up to beginning students in their 60's who just want to feel better.
She has a deep desire to help others find and live out of their own strength and
RYT 200(to be completed 10/2012), Prenatal Fitness Instruction, Prenatal Yoga,
Yoga Fit Level I, on-going training and study
Sheryl has been practicing yoga for the last 15 years and teaching since 2006. She began her yoga journey as a “dabbler”, trying different styles of yoga and practicing sporadically. In 2005, she tried her first hot vinyasa yoga class and became a “yoga junkie” overnight! She has trained with many wonderful teachers, completing her first 200 hour training with Baron Baptiste and a second 200 hour with Jonny Kest. In 2011, Sheryl began facilitating 200 hour yoga teacher trainings for Life Power Yoga.
I evolved from teaching perfection to teaching acceptance. That is the summary of my journey into yoga teaching. As a professional dancer and dance teacher, it was contrary to my own yoga practice to constantly be critical of others bodies and progress in the hopes of achieving a "perfect" picture on the stage. One day it just clicked. TEACH ACCEPTANCE. I had to understand how to apply it to myself first. Once that lesson took root, my development as a teacher of yoga really began.
Amerincan Power Yoga 250hrs, Vinyasa Flow Yoga 200hrs, CEH Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra, CEH Ashtanga Yoga, CEH Pre-Natal
Dawn is the owner of Crescent Yoga Studio in Midlothian, TX. She has been practicing hatha yoga since her early teens and has enjoyed teaching an eclectic blend of yoga styles since 1998. She was introduced to yoga through sports with a background in cheerleading, which includes 12 yrs of power tumbling & dance, regional & national competitions in Jr.High, High School, and College. She earned a collegiate scholarship to cheer at Northeastern State University in Oklahoma where she received a BBA degree.
E-RYT 200 with Yoga Alliance, Silver Sneakers YogaStretch, Reiki, CPR & First Aid
Bethaney is the owner of Inspire Yoga in Highland Village, Texas. She teaches vinyasa, hatha, and yin yoga classes and is the director of teacher training at Inspire Yoga. She also leads workshops and programs including Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga, Partner Yoga and Kids’ Yoga. Bethaney’s passion is inspiring confidence, ease and joy in the practice through dynamic, uplifting and challenging classes.
Certified in Samatva Yoga