Teacher Listings

Teacher Listings

Alex Fox is co-founder of The Refuge Meditation, a Dallas native, and SMU Lyle School of Engineering graduate. He's a lifetime wellness enthusiast and serious gemstone collector.  He left the universe of corporate data analytics in 2017 to focus fully on the work of wellbeing and pursue a passion as an actor | model with Page Parkes. He works tirelessly to provide a welcome and gracious...

Amber Bemak has engaged in a formal meditation practice for twenty-four years. She was raised attending family retreats at the Insight Mediation Center in Massachusetts and began her own practice at the age of fourteen. She studied with Michele McDonald for many years and practiced in the Therevadan tradition until 2001, when she was exposed to Tibetan Buddhism and met her teachers Chokyi...

Amy Matthews began the BMC & Yoga program with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen and Lisa Clark in 2000. She has been teaching movement since 1994 and is a Body-Mind Centering® Teacher, a Certified Laban Movement Analyst, an Infant Developmental Movement Educator, a movement therapist and yoga teacher.

Amy was the Program Director for the Embodied Developmental Movement and Yoga, and Embodied...

Arpita is a registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance and has had the privilege of studying under very talented international teachers such as Rod Styker, Dharma Mittra, Judith Lasater, Lesli Kamainof, Doug Keller, Pandit Rajmani Tigunait and Ayurveda Guru Dr Vasant Lad. Arpita has earned BS degree in Nutrition and MBA from Texas Woman´s University. She is also 500-hour registered...

Ashlee discovered yoga when her first “real” job drove her to seek relief from being desk-bound. Her first class was an Ashtanga class, and she knew she had found home. In yoga, she found physical and mental focus, and the centering effects of this moving meditation improved her relationships with her family and friends. With the support of her first teacher, Ashlee earned her 200hr...

I started my yoga journey after being referred to yoga by a chiropractor and haven’t been able to get off the mat ever since.

I recently moved to Dallas from St. Louis, MO where I completed a 200 yoga certification course and I am interested in a part-time Yoga Instructor position.

I have a strong passion for yoga which allows me to quickly develop a positive relationship with...

Bethany found her way to her first yoga class in 2002 as a stressed out, depressed college student in Denton, TX – and one liberating, sweet savasana later, she was hooked for life. A move to Los Angeles in 2006 (and more stress!) inspired her to delve deeper into her practice and since, she has been inspired by teachers Max Strom, Seane Corn, Kathryn Budig, Bryan Kest, Daniel Stewart, Claire...

Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen is the developer of Body-Mind Centering® and the founder and Educational Director of the School. For over fifty years, she has been a movement artist, researcher, educator and therapist. An innovator and leader, her work has influenced the fields of bodywork, movement, dance, yoga, body psychotherapy, childhood education and many other body-mind disciplines.

She...

Empowered. A word I live by.

All of us have the ability to overcome things in our lives. Defining moments in our "story" give us a choice, the courage to either become our truth, or live in a lie.

Before yoga came into my life, I was a young mother, strapped to a corporate job, with laundry list full of guilt, shame and baggage from a turbulent youth. Fitness goals led...

Chelsey Charbeneau is a certified yoga therapist with The International Association of Yoga Therapists and an experienced registered yoga teacher and continuing education provider with the national Yoga Alliance. She is also certified in Thai yoga massage therapy and trained in prenatal yoga. 

Chelsey has shared her expertise at a physical rehabilitation center in Beverly Hills,...

I began my yoga journey in the 1990’s with a love of books on meditation and pranayama. I have been blessed to learn from many great teachers taking tools and words of wisdom from each experience. I am grateful for those teachers and offer them my humble gratitude.<br />
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Over the years, I have been asked to be present during several births as labor support. It...

Cheryl King began practicing yoga and meditation while studying World Religions in college. Upon graduation she traveled to Thailand seeking cultural immersion in the epicenter of Theravada Buddhism. Self-exploration took a backseat to career and family over the next two decades, but a health crisis brought her to a state of utter depletion by age 43. One Friday night in 2007, desperate for...

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