Serena graduated in 2003 from Emerson College with a degree in writing, literature, & publishing. She also played competitive sports throughout her childhood and all through college. This may seem like an unlikely combination, but it has prompted Serena to view the human body and its movement at art. To Serena, yoga has always felt like poetry in motion. After practicing yoga for four years, Serena chose to enroll in Breath N Flow's 200-hour yoga teacher training program, graduating in December 2013. Her interest lies in core strength, arm balance, and interesting transitions. She hopes that while in her class, she can help you find poetry and growth in tour asana practice regardless of whether it's your first time, tenth time, or 100th!
Lianna is a 200 HR-RYT with a concentration in Vinyasa, receiving her certification from Always at Aum in Babylon. She was introduced to her first yoga class during high school, where she practiced very sporadically for a few years--until 2012, when she began to crave it as part of her daily routine! She has always felt a strong passion for learning new things; in turn, adopting the mindset of yoga being a lifelong growth and learning experience has since been one of the most attractive and fulfilling ideals of her personal practice. She hopes that the happiness and growth she feels each time she steps onto the mat, will resonate and spread like wildfire amongst her very own students each time they attend her classes.
As someone who has always been an advocate for health and fitness, Jenna initially approached yoga as a means of physical exercise. She found vinyasa yoga to be a unique way to strengthen the entire body and quickly added it to her daily routine. It was not long before she discovered the deeper benefits of yoga, and realized the spiritual journey she had unknowingly embarked on. Within her first year of practicing, Jenna decided to deepen her own practice by taking her 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training at Breathe N Flow in 2014, under the guidance of Leah Hartofelis. Upon graduating, she soon realized that her true calling was to share the benefits of yoga with others and began teaching right away.
In 2015 Jenna received her Reiki Level 1 Attunement under the guidance of Diane Bergmann. She uses Reiki in her daily practice and loves to share its benefits with her students. Specializing in children’s, teen, and core yoga, Jenna's teaching style is a moderately paced vinyasa flow focusing on increasing strength and flexibility. In Jenna's classes students will learn to find inner stillness within movement. All of Jenna's classes are suitable for all levels as modifications and variations are given for each posture.
Coming to yoga from a purely physical means some years ago, Kamai sought to cure her ever aching back. It was within daily asana practice that she found she also quieted her pressing anxiety issues, as well. After a bit more daily practice, Kamai decided to deepen her knowledge of the yoga word by completing her Yoga Teacher Training at Asheville Yoga Center in Asheville, North Carolina in 2016. Kamai has a background in bioscience and genetics and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in education. Her love of anatomy and physiology mixed with her passion for teaching make her especially interested in vinyasa yoga where the mind and body come in sync with the breath