Kaity Bandura completed her training with Betsy Davis and Lauren Magarelli and received her RYT-200 certification from Bhakti Barn Yoga. She first stumbled into the world of yoga in 2007 as a high schooler in desperate need of some big-picture perspective and a good stretch. The physical practice quickly became a passion for her. Time and again yoga has served as a way for Kaity to come back to center and through her training and teaching she has found a true love for sharing yoga with others. When taking Kaity’s Vinyasa class, expect a well-rounded hour full of proper alignment, a focus on centering breath, and strengthening movement. When taking her Yin class, expect a slow, deep stretch and to leave calmer and with more clarity than when you entered.
Jenny Byron first discovered yoga in college and quickly discovered how a consistent practice helped her attain a better balance between the demands of school, work and life in general. After a few years, the inspiration she continued to find within her own practice led her into formal yoga training. She earned her 200RYT certification under the guidance of Betsy Davis and Lauren Magarelli at Bhakti Barn Yoga. Jenny’s classes are a mix of Vinyasa and Hatha yoga styles done at a calming and thoughtful pace with a lighthearted vibe.
Deb Angrason Garbeil
Deb Angrason Garbeil had her path to yoga brightly lit after her life was changed by a car accident and the events that followed. She was instantly grasped by the healing powers that a steady yoga practice can provide to the mind, body and spirit. Since then she’s taken a leap of faith and redirected her corporate career focus to one devoted to health and wellness.
Her formal yoga training began at Starseed Yoga & Wellness, Verona NJ where Deb received her 200hr Yoga Teacher Training Certification in 2013. She then went on to complete training in Adapting Yoga for Disability Levels I/II at Mind Body Solutions in Minnetonka, MN. Her Meditation Teacher Certification was earned at the Yoga and Meditation Center of Montclair, focused on non-duality and mindfulness. Deb’s classes combine slow-flowing movement, breath-work and the encouragement to be true to yourself on the mat.
Kirsty Gizzi was brought to yoga through a desire to bring peace and tranquility into her life. Her existing passion for fitness and self-improvement soon found adding yoga was a natural fit. After several years of personal practice, she decided to immerse herself in the teachings and earned her 200hr certification at YogaCentric. Since then, Kirsty has taught various groups of students and enjoys helping others find their peace. Her classes are a thoughtful mix of meditation and flow yoga.
Neeta Handa’s classes are a blend of powerful flow of Yogasan (physical) practice, Pranayam (yogic breathwork), Dhyan- building an internal focus through meditation, and employing the traditional eastern mantras and meaningful mudras (hand gestures) that are potent to stimulate and strengthen one's physical, mental, emotional and spiritual layers of being.
She is an experienced, 200hr Registered Yoga Alliance Teacher. And, considers herself blessed to have studied her 200hr RYT certification under the guidance of inspirational teachers at Sonic Yoga, NYC. To further deepen her sadhana (discipline) of Yogic studies, she was mentored by Chris Temple at Sonic Yoga. And since she considers Yoga a lifelong self-study (Svadhyay) to celebrate our presence and our evolution, she is continuing her advanced 300 hours Registered Yoga Teacher Training under the guidance of soulful Johanna Bell and Illumina Yoga, NY and remains excited to witness her journey to evolve as a teacher, a human, and a limitless soul.
Carol Schoffmann is a trained artist and teacher, world traveler and entrepreneur. She is also a Certified Reiki Master/Teacher and a Certified Healing Sound Practitioner who loves the work that she does. Carol, gratefully, brings wisdom, intuition and her personal touch to all that she does.
Her style is to make people feel safe, loved and grounded in the presence of her work.
She always hopes that people leave feeling better than when they came to see her after having tapped into their own wisdom and healing.
Cristin Shea found herself on a yoga mat for the first time in the fall of 2007, while at university. She was initially drawn to yoga because of her background in dance. What has kept her coming back to the mat, is the transformative power of yoga. From her yoga practice, she has found a safe place to always connect with herself. Cristin received her RYT 200 training from the Powerflow School of Yoga in the summer of 2017, under the direction of Stacey Bell and Carrie Parker-Gastelu. She also completed a 30-hour Yin Yoga Certification from Yinside Yoga. Cristin firmly believes in the healing that yoga offers for body, mind and spirit.