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Julia Stempko

Yoga found Julia in 2007. After becoming certified as a 200hr teacher in 2019, she’s working towards completing her 300hr training through My Vinyasa Practice. She is currently enrolled in their applied Yoga Therapy training. She specializes in teaching asana, holistic well-being, philosophy, meditation, and manifestation. In addition to teaching, Julia works as a life coach and group fitness instructor.

Kyler Burke
Kyler Burk

Kyler has been practicing yoga and energy healing for several years and enjoys diving deep into philosophy. Kyler finished his 200 hour training in 2017 and his 300 hour advanced training in 2018 with My Vinyasa Practice. Kyler teaches a strong and deliberate Vinyasa flow that is appropriate for all levels of practitioners. 

Tara Cleven

Trained in 2018, Tara has been a yoga practitioner for over a decade. She found My Vinyasa Practice in 2018 and went through both the 200 hour and 300 hour yoga teacher training programs. Tara is an avid practitioner who loves a good power yoga class. Tara teaches Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative and Power classes.

Rachel Malpasso
After a traumatic brain injury, Rachel began chair yoga in a rehab hospital. She now specializes in helping those with disabilities, injuries, chronic illnesses, and mobility differences. Rachel is an E-RYT 200, RYT 500, and YACEP. She has additional training in trauma-informed yoga, adaptive yoga, special populations, somatic yoga, and chair yoga. She is a Certified Accessible Yoga Teacher and her dream is to make yoga accessible to all while linking physical and mental health.
Ana Pilar Cruz

Ana Pilar Cruz is an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) with Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of a yoga teacher training with an approved and active Registered Yoga School (RYS). She received her first 200 hours of training through Yoga Yoga Teacher Training in Austin, TX. She completed an additional 500 hours of training with the American Viniyoga Institute under the tutelage of Gary Kraftsow.

Michelle Young

Michelle started practicing meditation in 1988 and yoga in 2004. She originally studied yoga under Shanti Kelley and went on to study with Nischala Joy Devi, Richard Miller and Leslie Kamenoff at the Soul of Yoga in Encinitas, CA. Michelle is an E-RYT 500 with Yoga Alliance, and a C-IAYT Yoga Therapists specializing in eating recovery, cardiac and cancer rehabilitation. Michelle currently serves Seton Hospital as their Cardiac Yoga Therapist and develops and leads teacher training internationally. Michelle’s vinyasa classes are empowering and focus on stability in the major joint systems while carefully providing students with a projection free environment for self-exploration. Michelle practices nonduality and believes that each experience is an opportunity to awaken to the subtle qualities of Self Realization. 


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