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Alexandra is an undergraduate from Malvern, Pennsylvania; studying Ballet Performance in the Jacobs School of Music, and Informatics in the School of Informatics and Computing. She is the recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship from the Jacobs School of Music and is a member of the Hutton Honors College and the Founder’s Scholars at Indiana University. Alexandra recently completed her yoga teacher training at Power Yoga Works, a Baptiste Affiliate studio, in Malvern, Pennsylvania under the direction of Bill Raup and is so excited to be teaching yoga at the SRSC this year. Alexandra hopes to draw a wide demographic into her classes and to help others experience the many benefits that yoga has to offer; a few of these benefits being stress relief, strength, flexibility, and all around happiness.



Amelia is a current student at Indiana University Bloomington working towards a BSK in Contemporary Dance. She is a strong believer in the importance of treating your body with love and care and aspires to encourage others to do the same. She has recently developed a passion for teaching, hoping to create a healthy and welcoming environment within her classes. 


ANJU is a yoga instructor and group exercise aficionado. She began teaching yoga at the Mizzou Rec in Columbia, Missouri, in 2011, and since then has fallen in love with many forms of group exercise and fitness, especially running, boxing, Pilates, and dancing. Anju is a jazz pianist who received her Piano Performance degree from the University of Missouri, Columbia. She hopes to continue with a jazz studies degree soon, but until then she remains a gigging keyboardist, a lover of all types of music, and an enthusiastic adventurer.



Ann embraces many styles and traditions of yoga and enjoys finding creative ways to weave challenging movements into each session. Ann's Pilates sessions follow the method’s focus on precise movement initiated from the core to tone and lengthen the entire body. Her personal experience using both practices to heal her own body has inspired Ann to share what she has learned about these two powerful healing modalities with others. Ann holds a 200-hour yoga teacher certification from All People Yoga of Indianapolis (2001) where she studied under Nancy Schalk. Ann has extensive training (1994-1999) in the Himalayan Tradition, a classical practice of yoga science and philosophy. Her Pilates training began with an IM=X Pilates certification (2002) and she recently completed a reformer certification through Stott Pilates.



Devin, R.Y.T., began his studies of yoga at IU in 1979. He is currently practicing the yoga methodology of Krishnamacharya which focuses on the movement of the spine as it functions with the breath to increase strength, flexibility, structural alignment, physiological function, and mental wellbeing. He has studied this methodology of Yoga under the tutelage of Gary Kraftsow, AG, Indra, and Ganesh Mohan, and Srivatsa Ramaswami since 2000. Devin has facilitated group yoga sessions with IU Recreational Sports since 1997 and is registered with the Yoga Alliance.



Jessilyn is an undergraduate from the Chicago suburbs pursing a Contemporary Dance major, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. She is also taking classes for Physical Therapy and is planning to go onto Graduate school. She has been involved in many sports including, Shotokan karate, ice-skating, and dance to name a few. She is certified in Stott Pilates and is excited to be able to share her knowledge as an instructor to help others stay fit and healthy.



McKayla loves everything about yoga!  Yoga is like a good friend:  it calms you down when you're stressed; it gives you strength when you are weak, and it brings positivity into every aspect of your life.  McKayla loves to spend time with the people she loves most.  She is currently studying Spanish and Human Development and Family Studies, with plans on attending graduate school to study Occupational Therapy.



Robin began practicing yoga 2002 as a student at IU. Though initially interested in yoga as a way to stay fit and healthy, her practice quickly evolved into something much greater: –a method of staying centered and bringing the peace and awareness she found on the yoga mat into all aspects of her life. In Fall of 2011, Robin'’s passion for yoga lead her to complete a 200-hour RYT training to deepen her own practice and to enable her to share the wisdom of yoga with as many people as possible. In her classes you will be encouraged to tune in, link breath to movement, and confront challenges on the yoga mat with lightness and ease.



Tara is studying international business and art history with a focus in art management. With a devout love for of all kinds of movement, she finds her own happiness on the yoga mat!  She loves teaching yoga for not only the benefits of the mind and body but also for the incredible interactions with her students. Come explore and find the joy of moving in Tara's class!

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