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.

I am holistic personal trainer, yoga teacher and wellness coach with a specialty in: seniors, womens fitness, therapeutic fitness, weight management, stress relief, couples, pre/post natal and injury recovery. I have over 10 years experience designing programs for clients with diverse backgrounds and needs. I offer private in home yoga sessions which are based on your goals and intention. Packages include free wellness coaching and nutrition advising! There is not one program alike; which allows your sessions to be entirely unique, comprehensive and holistic. 

It was only when I was expelled from the Citadel military college two weeks from graduation and just beginning to shed a pesky coke habit that my life and outlook began to make a sizable shift. This shift came about more or less accidentally and began in a group yoga class.

Genevieve is Registered with the Yoga Alliance as an ERYT 500, Children’s Yoga Teacher (RCYT) and a Prenatal Yoga Teacher (RPYT). She is also a certified Professional Yoga Therapist (PYT) with Integrative Yoga Therapy (IYT) and a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

My true passion is yoga and fitness. I believe that fitness is a way of life and should be a routine just as waking up in the morning. I've learned that keeping your mind and body in sync is most important to having good health. My dream to help others continues to be a reality. My experience in Yoga and Personal training allows me to encourage people to take those steps necessary to lead a long and healthy life.Yoga has changed my life in so many ways. It has taught me to be healthier, happier, and take care of myself and others. I’m a giver and I LOVE my students.

In 2004 I started my yoga practice after the birth of my second child. I found it to be the perfect "exercise" for my body and mind to balance the busyness of raising a family. I began sharing my practice with children and teens in 2011 at Yogikids/FitFamily studio and area schools. Through stories, games and music we learn that yoga is a calming, centering, and strengthening practice that we can use our whole life.

In 2000, I was working at a stressful job & needed some relief for my mind & my body. Over the years, I would go to other forms of exercise but I always came back to yoga. As a gardener & backpacker, I needed the stretches, strengthening & balancing practice to keep in shape to do the stuff I really love to do.

I teach a variety of yoga classes: Gentle, slower paced classes that focus on body alignment & the breath. These classes allow time for exploring postures & fine tuning how the posture feels for your body.

Kimberly is a somatic educator, community catalyst and business coach. She began her journey with yoga while living at the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy in 2004 and 2005. She is the creator of Yoga for Curvy Figures, yoga education for fuller figured women and the teachers that guide them. For students and individuals, Kimberly offers one on one private sessions and Yoga for Curvy Figures 4 or 6 week series.

Jennifer began her yoga journey in 1994, taking an Iyengar yoga class with her husband. After lying in savasana for 20min, she experienced firsthand the true pleasure of yoga. Jennifer is a 200hr E-RYT yoga instructor and has been teaching since 2005. She is currently pursuing her 500hr yoga certification with a yoga therapy focus. She has learned from some of the best, including Judith Lasater, Leslie Kaminoff, and Rod Stryker, and she is committed to sharing her knowledge so that her students may find success in their personal yoga journey.

Karen found the healing path of yoga as a teenager more than four decades ago. Yoga has informed her life ever since, enabling her to thrive during and after the birth of her children, after her diagnosis of multiple sclerosis in 1997 and more recently cancer in 2012.