Our Yoga Teachers
Elizabeth has been teaching yoga full time for over 11 years. She fell in love with the yoga practice while taking an asana class with her teacher, Parvathi Nanda Nath over 18 yrs. ago, and is grateful to have been able continue be an ongoing student. Elizabeth completed the 200 hr. Teacher Training in the Saraswati River Yoga tradition with Parvathi and David Pittinger in 2006 and has continued to be part of many yoga and meditation trainings with an accumulation of well over 500 hrs. of training. She currently leads group and private classes as well as workshops and retreats. Her special interest is gentle and restorative yoga, mantra, meditation. Yoga is one way of living more fully in the world while coming from a place of ease. It has been a joy to receive these ancient teachings and an honor to share with others. Loka Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu May all beings be happy and free.
She strongly believes that yoga is beneficial for every age, body and mind and loves the chance to spread her enthusiasm on the subject! She is an artist, musician, nature enthusiast and “mother of chaos”, having four children and lots of animals at home!
Carol’s classes range from gentle flow, beginner to intermediate levels with modifications and challenges for all to explore. Swimming, reading, long walks in nature and getting in touch with her spirituality, are outside interests that Carol enjoys.
After more than 10 years as a personal trainer, Pilates and fitness instructor, Cindy was diagnosed with cancer in 2003 and was forced to take a giant exhale. It was then that she took her first yoga class and immediately fell in love with the mind, body and spiritual component of the yoga practice. She became certified as a yoga teacher through AFFA in 2006 and wanted to continue on this journey, knowing she had found her path. She then completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training at Yoga Vibhuti in 2012. Also graduating advanced 300-hour yoga teacher training in 2016 from Yogasphere and 500 RYT certified. Cindy is a Reiki Master Teacher and a wellness advocate for Do Terra Essential Oils. “I teach out of a deep love and respect for a practice that has wildly and wonderfully enhanced my life. The yoga life is a constant reminder of self-love, acceptance, empowerment and the joy of community. The Divine Light that resides within me honors and respects the Divine Light within you. Keep on shining!”
Kimberly has studied many traditions of yoga since 2000, and she has been teaching yoga since 2007. She completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training at Saraswati River Yoga in New Hope, Pa. Kimberly discovered yoga after years of lifting weights and in hopes of having a more stress-free life prior to starting her family. As time passed, Kimberly decided to move into teaching. Along with raising her two children, teaching has been her passion. Her intention is to offer the practice of yoga in a fun, sincere, and inspiring way.