Always intrigued by the energy of life and both the subtle and profound influences it poses on us has taken me on a journey that includes holistic skincare, nutrition, yoga, pilates, music and people. The ebb and flow of life is constantly beckoning us to check in with ourselves. Through awareness, education and practice I encourage you to celebrate your wholeness with me. Namaste.
Ally Antonini is a certified Reiki Master, certified Yoga Teacher, and Ordained Minister of the Order of Melchizedek through the Sactuary of the Beloved. She studied yoga at Kula Kamala Ashram. Trained by Sudha Mataji, Sue Greenwald, John Chernesky and Helen Heinmiller, she learned to hone her intuitive nature and use it to help heal those around her. Her philosophy and mission for providing healing, loving energy to all, guides her healing sessions and classes. With the goal of empowering one's self to gain greater intuitive strength, Ally guides and educates to enlighten everyone to their highest and best good.
Scott found yoga in 2017 as part of a broader personal initiative to get healthier. He quickly realized that the non-physical aspects of his practice were providing for positive change in his life off the mat. Deciding to deepen his practice, Scott attained his RYT-200 certification in 2018. During his yoga teacher training Scott noticed even deeper changes in his outlook on life and many aspects of it that all of us take for granted. Scott continues to deepen his practice and has also attained his level 2 certification in Reiki. Scott enjoys teaching and practicing many types of yoga including vinyasa, yin and Ashtanga.
Lisa began doing yoga in 2015 and has not stopped practicing since. Her love of yoga has inspired her to share in yoga with her own children and the children and families she visits everyday as a pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist. “Yoga creates a time and space when children can have fun with their parents without the many distractions of life. It allows parents to focus on their little ones and it creates a wonderful opportunity to encourage language development and play.” Lisa is a ChildLight certified baby/toddler and children’s yoga instructor. She loves to use yoga provide a fun way to bring families together while teaching them the strategies they need to encourage development and happily navigate their world.
Tracey di Paolo
Tracey is an RYT500 and was trained at Ocean Earth Wind and Fire by Danielle Dulsky. She teaches an energizing vinyasa flow with touches of restorative yoga as a complement. She has a strong belief that yoga is for everyone and that if you can breathe you can do yoga and offers many variations to poses to make yoga accessible to everyone and anyone. She feels honored to hold space for others and considers it a privilege to teach yoga.
Tracey is also a reiki master and a professional artist/photographer with a recent emphasis on photos of yogis of all shapes, sizes and levels of experience.
She strives to be a grounded nurturer, fearless and insatiable artist and student of soul.
“Yoga is my therapy, my life’s blood. Through yoga I stay grounded while at the same time become energized to achieve my creative goals….Tracey di Paolo
In her personal life she lives on a farm in Phoenixville with her family who inspire her each and every day to live in the present moment and send light and energy outward in all of her endeavors.
Jordan has been practicing yoga since 2009 he took his first YTT at Down Dog Yoga in west reading in 2012 with Todd and Camilla Grube and has studied yoga therapy at Kula Kamala Ashram with Sudha Mataji and Ed RamaChandra. Jordan has experience teaching Hatha, vinyasa, yin, and restorative chair yoga. He likes to incorporate harmonium, chanting and Thai massage in his class. Jordan strives to use traditional techniques in a modern world that is sure to bring you bliss.
I fell in love with yoga when I was in college. Since then yoga has gotten me through some very stressful and emotional times in my life. I completed my 200YTT in June 2018 from Moondog Yoga . I enjoy all types of yoga practices and love trying out new poses! My style of yoga is focused mainly on strenthening the physical body but also using breath to move the minid inward to achieve a state of mental clarity and relaxation. Outside of my time in the studio, my husband, Adam, and I own Lily’s Grill and Pottstown United Brewing Co. (PUB). We love interacting with the Pottstown community and giving back any way we can. I am very excited to share my yoga journey with you.
My yoga journey began in 2010 when I was in college. I was struggling with debilitating mental and physical health problems that kept me from doing well in school or keeping a steady job. Desperate for help, I took yoga as a last resort and found that it was my saving grace. It taught me to heal myself of ailments that I thought would plague me my entire life. I began a conscious journey of introspection and learning that created a drastic positive shift in my life. It became my mission to gift this empowering practice to as many people as possible. Upon graduating college, I abandoned my Criminal Justice degree and took my 200hr Yoga Teacher Training at MOYO.
I've continued to study not only in yoga anatomy and philosophy, but the ancient sciences of Ayurveda, Alchemy, Herbal Medicine, and Shamanism. Along the way I was introduced to the Alchemy Crystal Singing Bowls, and Sound Healing became a pivotal part of my yoga teaching. I incorporate all of these practices into a comprehensive teaching style that roots students into that act of personal transformation through the use of slow flows, deep breath-work, mantra, ceremony, and an appreciation of nature.
Being active has always been an important part of Kathleen's life. In 2017, she added yoga to her fitness routine and quickly learned her practice not only had great physical benefits but also an enormous impact on her mental and spiritual well-being. In 2018, Kathleen decided to pursue a 200-hour teacher training to deepen her practice. She is driven by positivity and strives to be present in every moment - her hope is to share this through her class and the connections she makes day to day. Outside of the studio, Kathleen is the mother of two and works for an events management company.