Ana is a Vermont State Licensed and Nationally Board Certified Acupuncturist. She earned her Master’s of Science in Acupuncture in 2009 from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City, a 4-year program with over 3000 hours of acupuncture technique, clinic, Chinese medicine theory, diagnosis and treatment. Ana specializes in pain, mood disorders, GI health, fibromyalgia, male & female reproductive health, and more. In 2003, Ana completed It's Yoga's 200-hour vinyasa yoga teacher training. In 2018 she completed Yoga Medicine's 500-hour teacher training course with Tiffany Cruikshank and is actively studying with Rod Stryker of ParaYoga. Her classes focus on connecting breath with movement to stay present, and connected to one's body. As well, Ana taught Pilates and is trained through Core Dynamics. She studied Holistic Nutrition at New York’s Institute of Integrative Nutrition and at the Canadian School of Nutrition.
Deb Feldman, MA, 200-RYT, loves to share her joy in practicing yoga with others. She has been dancing, exercising and moving throughout her life. In 2017, Deborah received her 200 Hr. Yoga Teaching Certificate in Ashtanga Yoga from Grateful Yoga in Montpelier. She received additional training in 2018 with David Williams who brought Ashtanga to the West. Deb’s home studio, Moretown Common Wellness, is where she practices and teaches yoga, meditation and writing.
Aimee completed her 200-hour Hatha training in Burlington, VT, at Burlington Yoga. She began yoga in high school and has a background in dance, aerial and gymnastics. After a back injury from gymnastics, she was able to find relief in her yoga practice, physically and mentally. Aimee has a special interest in mindfulness, community and alignment. Yoga has wildly improved her physical and mental health over the years and she wishes to continue sharing this beautiful, healing practice.
Victoria was first introduced to yoga and meditation as a teenager in the early 2000’s. She immediately found the practice to be incredibly beneficial to her body, mental health and creative processes. She began working in yoga studios through work-study at Daya Yoga in Brooklyn, NY in 2013. She felt called to sharing these practices and so in 2017 she traveled to north India where she received her 200hr YTT in Hatha Yoga at Ojashvi Yoga Shala in Rishikesh. From there she continued her intensive studies at Sri Ved Nikitan Ashram. Victoria has had the pleasure of practicing with great teachers such as Dharma Mittra, Nagesh Harigoudar, Yancy Shwartz, Steve Pyka, Carlos Vazquez and Anya Lesniak. In addition to yoga and meditation Victoria practices healing arts, visual arts and has studied various forms of movement including qi gong, Klein technique and improvisational dance. She skateboards, snowboards and loves to play. As an instructor Victoria offers a calm and gentle approach to yoga practice. With a focus on alignment, form and flexibility she aims to provide individuals tools to develop a practice which is personal to them.