Mary Kimberlin is a Certified Advanced Rolfer.  She began her journey into Rolfing in 1991 when a Physical Therapist recommended it.  In 1999, she completed her advanced studies in Italy and Germany as well as additional training in both cranial sacral therapy and visceral manipulation. 

Mary Sue is a yoga teacher in Dallas, Texas. She discovered yoga in mid-life and understands what it is like to be a beginner.

With a Master’s degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from SMU, a 200-hour and 500-hour registered teacher certification from Priya Yoga, and a HeavyWeight Yoga certification, Mary Sue works with new or returning students, students with physical limitations, overweight students, and even experienced yoga practitioners.

My passion is fitness, period.

Nationally recognized star of numerous best-selling dance, fitness and yoga DVD’s, Jennifer Galardi is a popular figure among top media, held in high esteem throughout the fitness industry, and adored by fans.

Alyssa firmly believes that yoga is the grounding force that keeps her energy from shooting out in five million directions on a daily basis. She is a mother, a dancer, a writer, and a Gemini. She holds a B.A. in Art & Performance and an M.A. in Aesthetic Studies, which essentially means that she is fully qualified to find beauty in this world.

David began his journey into yoga in 1993. David started studying under one of Dallas' finest certified Iyengar instructors, Fred Dowd. He has now taught yoga extensively and has visited India numerous times to visit sacred sites, to study meditation under the Dalai Lama, and to study yoga with many contemporary yoga luminaries including B.K.S Iyengar and T.K.V. Desikachar.

I teach yoga because I want to make everyday a source of healing. It is my love and my passion. Mind, body and spirit come together for me in the energies of movement and the calm of breath of yoga. I began teaching yoga in 2003 after practicing for several years. In all my teaching, I focus on deep tissue release, joint mobility, and strength. Yoga can help anyone heal the aches of their body and spirit. It can also help athletes of all ages improve their performance and avoid or help heal injuries.

Nancy discovered yoga in college over 40 years ago, and since that time she has had a long, continuous love affair with the practice.

She has had an opportunity to study and practice Hatha, Iyengar and Anusara styles of Yoga and with masters Tias Little, Erich Schiffmann, and John Friend. Nancy originally began teaching Anusara Yoga in 2003.

Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Elizabeth began practicing yoga in 2009 and started teaching in 2011. As a teacher she strives to help her students realize their goals and lead them to a place of better health. She is extremely knowledgeable with a genuine interest in having each student enjoy his or her experience. She focuses on developing her understanding of Yoga for both her students and her personal practice. Elizabeth works with students to cultivate their practice while respecting and honoring each students’ initial limitations as they progress on their personal journey.

Hillary began her yoga practice in 2005 as a way to repair her own body from chronic overuse injuries as a result of her busy massage therapy practice. Hillary has studied with teachers such as Michelle Andre, Bernie Clark, and Dr. Richard Miller . She has also trained with Warriors at Ease for trauma sensitive yoga and meditation. She offers classes in iRest Yoga Nidra, Yin Yoga, and Hatha yoga as well as private iRest yoga nidra. Hillary's mission is to help people improve their lives by offering holistic solutions to ease pain, reduce stress, and inspire self care practices.