Katie Allen, MPH, C-IAYT – School Director

Katie Allen, MPH, C-IAYT – School Director

Katie received her Masters in Public Health from Tulane University, specializing in chronic disease prevention and wrote her thesis on yoga’s ability to prevent and treat chronic diseases. Her focus is health edu- cation program design, implementation and evaluation....
Cheri Dostal Ryba, C-IAYT – Program Director

Cheri Dostal Ryba, C-IAYT – Program Director

Cheri is a C-IAYT and has been working with movement analysis and functional movement education for over 15 years. Aside from her formal yoga therapy training, her additional yoga therapy qualifications come from studying with and assisting Donna Farhi for over 7...
Strong, Healthy Body

Strong, Healthy Body

Strong, Healthy Body Research reveals that the conditions associated with quarantine led to increased weight gain for many, as well as an increase in de-conditioning. “Once people are tipped off their routines, even for Thanksgiving or a vacation, it’s very easy to...
Calm, Joyful Mind

Calm, Joyful Mind

Calm, Stable, Joyful Mind The conditions associated with COVID quarantine have caused significant mental health strain. People are reporting higher levels of anxiety, stress and overall worry. Luckily Yoga offers a myriad of tools and practices to calm and focus the...
Sensory Therapy

Sensory Therapy

Food for the Senses What are you taking in through your senses? Yoga states that we digest everything we experience through our 5 senses, and just like food, some experiences nourish us and uplift us, while others are more difficult to digest. While we are...