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  • Aubrey Jackson

    Aubrey Jackson is a yoga enthusiast. Her yoga journey began at the young age of 17 with Kundalini yoga. After many years of exploring other styles and incorporating yoga into her lifestyle she became a certified yoga instructor in 2004. Aubrey has a 500hr certification under Gary Kraftsow of the American Viniyoga Institute, 200hr certification with Tracy Weber of Whole Life Yoga, and Pre/Postnatal training with Colette Crawford of Seattle Holistic Center. Aubrey has logged many hours of teaching, trainings, and workshops. Aubrey loves working with all ages and levels of practitioners. She continues to deepen her knowledge of yoga by attending local classes and seminars. Opening Limber has been a way for Aubrey to share her knowledge and offer a place for everyone to cultivate a yoga practice that benefits the individual. Aubrey has a way of uplifting you and making you feel strong, confident, and at peace.
  • Deborah King

    Deborah King is a lifelong practitioner of yoga, having grown up with a mother who taught yoga and creative movement. Her study deepened as she intensified her study of the theatrical arts as a teenager, and when she came to The Theatre School of DePaul University, she discovered the Iyengar tradition. She has studied in many eclectic traditions with many wonderful teachers, and with her first pregnancy, began teaching herself. She received her certification from Eight Limbs Yoga in Chicago, under Per Erez, Miguel Latronica, and Carla Douros, and went on to assist in the Teacher training for 2 years, as well as being the prenatal and postnatal presenter. She taught beginning, advanced, continuing, prenatal, postnatal, and childrens’ yoga for more than 5 years, and apprenticed for 2 1/2 years with Gabriel Halpern at Yoga Circle in Chicago in therapeutic yoga in the Iyengar tradition. In Seattle, she studies Vijnana yoga with Kathryn Payne. After some years off with her exquisite children, she returned to teaching in Seattle at the beginning of 2013. Also a professional actress, she has been seen in Seattle at ACT and Seattle Children’s Theatre, and many theatres in Chicago, as well as several films. Her classes emphasize the internal experience of alignment, the use of intent to explore the body’s story, and the practice of yoga as both process and celebration.
  • Megan Clone

    Megan has been a curious and spirited student of yoga since 2006. Having been so balanced by the practice, she completed a 100-hour Anusara Yoga Immersion in 2007 and 100-hour Anusara Yoga Teacher Training in 2008, both with Elizabeth ‘Rainey’ and Denise Benitez at Seattle Yoga Arts – to them much love and gratitude. Her teaching has evolved since completing this training, with a current emphasis on physical alignment, breath and movement connection, captured in a mindfully strong practice. Yoga and meditation have been grounding and uplifting experiences, enhancing all aspects of her life. While practicing off the mat, Megan plays in the outdoors, dances, travels, works with children, and loves being alive. To follow Megan on Facebook, look for Luna Sol Yoga.

    “I believe that our environment and experiences have a daily impact on our practice both on and off the mat, so each class is created to honor and reflect the essence of the moment”.

  • Megan Hoskinson

    A love for the quiet that comes from moving the body led Megan through years of sports and into yoga. In her classes Megan emphasizes body and breath awareness to help students find much more than just a physical benefit from their practice. Megan's humor, compassion and encouragement help students- from prenatal, to toddlers, to adults - to practice the yoga that suits them best.
    Megan has a 500hr certificate from Pacific Yoga. She continuously studies prenatal yoga and childbirth education with Colette Crawford and is certified to teach prenatal yoga. She also passionately studies philosophy, Yoga Nidra, and Sanskrit. Megan is guided by a love to help students gain a personal depth of understanding for different phases of life, illnesses, injuries and all imbalances that we all come across.

  • Whitney Mack

    Whitney is wellness activist – certified as a group instructor through ACE and AFFA and a certified holistic health coach with a degree from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She founded Macks Mo – a Seattle-based and online fitness + nutrition business with her husband in 2012, is a fitness presenter and lululemon ambassador. Her particular role in the business helps active, professional women reduce weight and stress, while increasing energy, passion and joy through her group classes, coaching and nutrition programs. Her goal in her work is to redefine “health” and ignite a revolution that helps clients achieve balance and happiness through the perfect marriage of food + fitness, allowing them to get more out of their lives.

    Whitney’s been teaching group classes and training since 2009, with experience in a variety of fitness modalities including boot camps, cycling, barre, total body conditioning and a variety of fusion classes. She believes all workouts should be challenging, fulfilling and fun.

    People exercise for different reasons. Whatever that reason is, her goal is to educate all clients with hands-on and verbal adjustments that allow each to better understand your body, get more out of each exercise and ultimately, achieve both lifestyle & fitness goals.

  • Alli Shircliff

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  • Anne Neely

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  • Caitlyn Jarecki

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  • Diana Gould Bonyhadi

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  • Emily Iverson

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  • Faith Macauley

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  • Gina Colorossi

    Gina began her yoga journey seeking physical fitness, and continues because yoga has completely transformed her life. Ginaʼs passion for yoga shines Light; she has a way that naturally inspires, encourages, and builds confidence in her students. Her teaching style has been influenced by many styles and teachers, and continues to evolve as she explores and expands her own practice. Her classes are rooted in integrity of alignment and engagement and intention in every moment with sequencing that is thoughtful, deliberate, and balanced. She brings her knowledge of the human body to each practice which adds extra layers of depth and understanding to the mind-body experience. Ginaʼs teachings seamlessly translate to everyday life, a connection she encourages students to make. Youʼll often see Gina out and about with her best furry friend, Frisko…be sure to say hello!
  • Heather Hawthorne

    Heather Hawthorne is a nationally Certified, Washington State, Florida State and Australian Licensed Massage Therapist, Massage Instructor, Skin Care Therapist, Aquatic Therapist and Certified Yoga Instructor. She has been a therapeutic health care professional since 1997 and has been in private practice in Fort Lauderdale, Seattle, Australia, England and France.

    Heather offers a variety of massage and therapeutic treatments at Limber Yoga including Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Neuro Muscular Therapy, Hot Stone Massage, Table Thai Massage, Pre / Post Natal Massage, Shiatsu, Aromatherapy, Hydrotherapy, Reflexology and relaxing Swedish Massage.

    She is the owner and Director of Charter Spa Services, a company which offers massage therapy onboard luxury yachts worldwide. She is a former national champion swimmer and trains tri-athletes in swim stroke technique. She also works with children on the spectrum as an aquatic therapist and loves to practice yoga in the water! Her passions are massage, music, art, reading, learning, dancing, diving, swimming and traveling.

  • Hillary Aldassy

    Hillary initially sought yoga as a physical tool to care for her body and found it to be an ideal counterbalance to a stressful career. With the goal of helping others find similar balance, she has embarked on a journey that meant a break from her career to study and teach yoga. Her self-awareness, intuition and empathy translate into classes that are comforting, supportive, and inspiring for students of any age or ability level. Hillary uses humor, anecdotes from her own practice, and ideas for incorporating small movements and mindfulness into daily life to reinforce to students that yoga has great benefit even in small doses. Hillary completed her 200 hour Vijnana Yoga training with Kathryn Payne at Island Yoga Center on Vashon Island. Recognizing that yoga is an “evolving process” for most of us, she draws on advice and techniques from the wonderful community of teachers at Limber to deepen her own practice and teaching skills.
  • Jenna Buckley

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  • Jonna Duvernoy

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  • Kate Discher

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  • Kenzie Scofield

    Kenzie is a lifelong athlete and fitness + health enthusiast. A three sport athlete in high school, she also played two years of collegiate basketball at Carroll College in Helena, MT where she earned her B.A. in Health Sciences, and minor in biology. After graduating, she coached two years of high school junior varsity and varsity basketball in Montana. Kenzie is a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, ACE certified group fitness instructor and kids + family yoga instructor. Her goal is to inspire a lifelong passion for fitness and wellness among children and teenagers. She wants to instill the skills and knowledge necessary for them to lead a balanced, healthy, and happy life at a young age as well as develop body awareness and intuition. She believes in the power of connecting through movement and play, and enjoys bringing kids and families together through them. She embraces her part as a coach and role model of health and fitness wholeheartedly and holds such an opportunity to influence young lives in high esteem. She brings energy, enthusiasm, and fun to all of her classes. She is excited to be apart of the Limber Yoga family, and share her passion for play.
  • Linda Florio Zintel

    I love studying yoga and sharing its wisdom. When I began practicing, I was interested in exploring and understanding healthy breathing and healthy posture. Ten years later, yoga remains my teacher about the big things in life. I especially love sharing yoga wisdom with women in preparation for motherhood. Breathwork, re-posturing, and meditation help align body and mind with the transformative strength inherent in pregnancy.

    In approach, I feel closest to the Viniyoga tradition of adapting yoga to the person, rather than the person to yoga. I strive to offer well-rounded and grounding practices that encourage each to balance challenge and restoration.

    In 2011-12, I lived in the United Kingdom and studied Foundations with Paul Harvey at the Center for Yoga Studies in Bristol. In 2013, I took the Sivananda 200 hour Teacher Training in Kerala, India, followed in 2014-15 by 80 hours of Pregnancy Yoga study with BCY back in Bristol. In 2016, I attended the Street Yoga trauma-informed training in Seattle. My current studies are drawn to somatics and Tias Little’s Prajna Yoga.

    In addition to teaching yoga since 2011, I am a life coach with a Ph.D. in personal and leadership development. I teach on programs like Personal Transformation For Leaders at the Cranfield School of Management and Stellar, an outdoor program of the British Exploring Society. Originally from Italy, I have been enjoying getting to know Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.

  • Liziah Richards

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  • Maria Scherer Wilson

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  • Sonja Spinarski

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  • Tiana Hanley

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  • Tracy Knight

    Tracy Knight Shafer comes from the Boston area and has lived in Seattle since 2003. She has practiced yoga and meditation for almost 20 years and completed teacher training (RYT200) in 2011. Her emphasis is on mindful movement, creating space and light in your body and mind and cultivating warmth in your heart. She encourages students to weave yoga throughout their lives using breath, meditation and movement. Having worked in the corporate world for almost 30 years, Tracy knows how a busy life can impact a consistent yoga practice. ‘Real Yoga for Real Life’ is a mantra as her journey continues as an eternal student and grateful teacher.