Dedicated. Curious. Spontaneous. A fulltime yoga teacher for the past 16 years (Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 and YACEP), Adeline Tien infuses a wide variety of practices into her classes – from alignment-based yoga, the fluidity and mindfulness of Ashtanga Vinyasa, to the healing power of Restorative Yoga. Combining curiosity with an insatiable appetite for knowledge, she has practiced, studied and trained with renowned yoga teachers the world over. She also keeps abreast of the latest practices by constantly, and consistently, upgrading herself under their tutelage. Adeline’s passion for a more well-rounded approach to yoga is evident from her interest in other styles of yoga, anatomy and movement-based programmes such as The Feldenkrais Method®, Immacute Dissection and Yoga Tune Up®. Incorporating these movement modalities into her teaching, her classes are fun, educational and inspiring; conducted with simple, precise and positive instructions. She is currently Singapore's only certified Yoga Tune Up® teacher. She is also a certified Restorative Yoga teacher trainer. Apart from regular yoga classes, Adeline specialises in one-to-one Yoga Rehabilitation (Therapy) sessions, using yoga poses as a form of rehabilitation to improve function and ease. Please email [email protected] for more information.
Since graduating from a 200 hour yoga teacher training program in 2007 (Bodhi Tree Yoga, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada) Ali has continued on as a committed yoga teacher with an active physical practice and a keen interest in the anatomy and physiology of movement.Having been a keen follower of Jill Miller and Yoga Tune Up® since starting her journey as a yoga teacher, Ali completed the Level 1 YTU Training in October 2015 and is now also a Certified The Role Model® Method Practitioner.Ali is now located in Halifax, Nova Scotia Read my articles on the Tune Up Fitness blog here.
I am an E-RYT200 yoga teacher since 2010, and a Yoga Tune Up® and Roll Model® Method Teacher Trainer. I live near Cleveland, OH and happily travel to new places to lead TUFW trainings. Spreading the body and movement nerd word is my passion. Join me for upcoming Body by Breath inspired workshops at Razz Yoga in Phoenix, MD on Saturday May 20 or at Yoga 108 Body, Mind, Soul in Brecksville, OH 3 consecutive Thursdays in June. Over the years I have enriched my teaching with over 500 hours of additional training, primarily in anatomy (including a 6-day human dissection course with Gil Hedley) and therapeutics as well as branching out as a MovNat Level 1 trainer and a RockTape Movement Specialist. My classes are rich with anatomy, body knowledge and functional movement. My students learn to be skilled self-care mechanics. I believe every person who lives in a body needs to create their own personal owner’s manual. Yoga Tune Up® and the Roll Model Method® are systems to teach a deeper understanding of how your body works, enabling you to be your own self advocate in your movement practices. Read my articles on the Tune Up Fitness blog here.
Allison is an Integrated Yoga Tune Up® Instructor as well as a e-RYT 500 Hatha Yoga instructor. Her focus has always been on biomechanics and the YTU approach is a perfect fit with her approach to teaching. Allison leads Yoga Tune Up® classes and YTU Therapy Ball self-massage classes and workshops in New Jersey. Allison’s goal in teaching is to empower students to have a better understanding and awareness of their own bodies and selves - inviting them to feel good and enjoy their lives to the fullest. She strives to balance information and fun in her classes -- inviting people to both learn and play.
Alys Dahbura is a movement educator passionate about encouraging people to trust their intuition and restore within themselves an environment for optimal movement. She holds certifications in Yoga Tune Up®, Rock Tape Myofascial Taping, Egoscue PAS Level 2, Primal Movement Chains, the Biomechanics Method,ACE group fitness, 200 hr yoga teacher, and Spinning. Alys holds a B.S. in Biology and an MS in Environmental Science but her journey from a debilitating injury allowed her to "live it and learn it" - expanding her book knowledge into true embodiment of functional anatomy.
Alyson is a somatic embodiment guide who works deeply to deconstruct and reconstruct patterns in order to move and live with more freedom. A creative vinyasa wizardess with a penchant for sweaty transformative sequences, she finely tunes body awareness with a mix of proprioceptive tools, biomechanics mobility drills, and self-myofascial release. A dancer in her past life, certified Yoga Tune Up® fitness instructor, CSV Yoga® and Yoga Shred® master teacher trainer for Sadie Nardini, and Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (ERYT500), Alyson weaves twenty years of experience from various fields into unique Yoga Alliance approved Continuing Education Classes, Workshops, and Trainings.Take Alyson's YTU Classes & More at her Online YOGA SOMATICS Studio
In 2004 I herniated a disk in my back and could barely walk or go to work for nearly a month. I was 24 years old and in, what I thought, was "good shape." I went to yoga as a course in pain reduction but quickly found that the strength and "shape" I found myself in in yoga was superior to that delivered by boot camp, running and strapping myself to an elliptical maching for hours on end. By 2006 I was enrolled in a 200 hour program and over the course of the next 12 year found myself drawn towards teachers and educators who strove to refine yoga and movement in the context of modern bodies and postural patterning - and away from the "its been done like this for thousands of years" narrative (because it hasn't). I love the traditional teachings of yoga with regard to the study of the mind, prana and how we can live and be of service in the world. But when it comes to movement and postured - the teachings of Yoga Tune Up and my functional movement training are at the heart of what I believe can help people live with greater dignity and less pain well into their later years. My classes are often a balance of challenging and nourishing, playful and quiet, educational and contemplative - all in the hopes that somewhere in that mix you can find a practice that suits the body you are in today and leave feeling better than you did when you walked in the door.
Amalea Fisher is a certified Yoga Tune Up® instructor and Restorative Exercise Institute Healthy Foot Practitioner. She started practicing YTU after experiencing debilitating neck pain and it had an immediate impact when nothing else worked. When she took up outdoor running in 2011, the need to care for her tissues and joints became even more important. 2013 found Amalea fresh off a serious illness where could not practice Yoga Tune Up® for some time. This was a reminder for her how essential YTU was to her well being and motivated Amalea to follow her dream of sharing Yoga Tune Up® with others. Amalea's passion and personal experience translate to all people who suffer every day pains. She wants to help everyone achieve a better body within a therapeutic yoga setting. Read my articles on the Tune Up Fitness blog here.
Amanda is a certified Yoga Tune Up teacher in Sebastopol, CA. Her sessions with individuals and small groups, integrate her extensive training in Iyengar and Ashtanga Yoga, as well as fitness work from CrossFit to MovNat. Amanda can be reached at [email protected] Amanda is currently teaching weekly classes at Session Climbing in Santa Rosa CA. Read my articles on the Tune Up Fitness blog here.
Amanda Tripp is an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) and an Integrated Yoga Tune Up® teacher. She teaches weekly classes in the Niagara Region and trains Yoga Tune Up® teachers from across the country and around the world. Curiosity about how best to help herself and her students live better in their bodies lead Amanda back to University, where she is currently studying Kinesiology. As a result, her classes playfully and inventively blend yoga with the science of human movement, and she is adept at helping students inhabit their bodies with greater sensitivity, curiosity and intelligence. Amanda is also the author/illustrator of the Meditative Mandala Colouring Book, she is on the Faculty of the Kripalu Center of Yoga and Health, and she rocks a delicious savasana. Read my articles on the Tune Up Fitness blog here.
Amanda Winkler, ERYT-200 is a NYC based yoga teacher, whose style is greatly influenced by her personal experience with yoga as a tool for self discovery, personal growth, and empowerment. As she found strength in movement, her fascination with the human body led her to study yoga anatomy extensively, and to become a certified Yoga Tune Up ® teacher under the tutelage of international movement specialist and renowned yoga teacher, Jill Miller. Amanda teaches Vinyasa, Aerial Vinyasa, and Yoga Tune Up® at Om Factory, and crafts her classes with the scientific and intellectual, as well as spiritual components of yoga in mind. She believes in teaching yoga to the individual, and that any movement can be therapeutic and balancing to the body if approached from a lens of tailoring the practice to the person. In a playful and creative manner, Amanda will encourage you to embody movement on a deeply somatic level, to push your own boundaries, and to revel in your experience. Read my articles on the Tune Up Fitness blog here.
Amanda Artz-Zerbini started her wellness career as a Massage Therapist and then completed her B.S. in Recreation Therapy at CSU, Chico. She worked as a Recreation Therapist with special populations (physical rehab, developmental and behavioral health) for a decade in both clinical & recreation settings. After having her own children, she completed a 200 hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training and and began teaching adult and kid fitness and yoga at the Mottino Family YMCA. She taught both fitness and yoga to visiting clients at Cal-a-Vie, an exclusive destination health spa in Vista for 14 years. Amanda specializes in Yoga Tune Up®, teaching clients how to do self-massage with therapy balls, corrective exercises, yoga asanas and to efficiently down regulate the nervous system. Amanda also completed her 200 hour YTT in Kundalini Yoga. Talk to Amanda about her passion for holistic living and hula hoop dance tricks. Come experience her therapeutic recreation style of yoga online, on Zoom and/or at her Sun Porch Yoga studio in Mount Juliet (Nashville suburb).*Watch YouTube Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zQuKFWDON0Read my articles on the Tune Up Fitness blog here.Affiliate Shopping Link: https://www.tuneupfitness.com/?rfsn=553341.a53b8
Andrea Loper, MPA, M.A., E-RYT200, YACEP, is a Yoga Teacher, Group Exercise Instructor, Personal Trainer and Program Manager. I have been in the health and fitness industry since 1997 and I was first introduced to yoga in 2000 while in college. I became a "power yoga" or Vinyasa Flow style yoga instructor in 2001. In 2003, I moved to Germany, where I instructed yoga, aqua aerobics and aqua therapy, Pilates, and several other group exercise formats full-time. In 2004, I obtained my Personal Training Certification with the Aerobic and Fitness Association of America and began personal training on U.S. military installations in Europe as well as working directly with group fitness clients from the numerous fitness facilities. In 2008, I moved to Los Angeles, California where I pursued a 200 hour Yoga Alliance Certification and continued personal training and group exercise fitness classes. I discovered Roll Model & Yoga Tune Up® after participating in several YTU classes at Equinox Fitness Club and enjoyed the ability to work out enduring muscular pain and tension issues within my own body. I wanted to learn how to bring this to my clients and students to help them heal self injuries and repair from training sessions more quickly-- just as I did. I moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico in 2017 and offer Yoga Tune Up® workshops throughout the year at different venues as well as work 1:1 with clients to address specific needs.
My passion for practicing and teaching yoga comes from the desire to help others live a healthier, happier, and more embodied life. It has taught be to be more patient, balanced and mindful in all aspects of my life. in 2007 I enrolled in a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training and upon completion, I began teaching classes to my colleagues at work. The experience was the start of a brand new path that brought me back to my home town where I have been teaching since 2008 at various locations. In 2014, I began to focus mainly on workplace wellness, bringing self-care practices to people at work; yoga, self massage, movement, meditation and breath-work. Inspired to offer more to my students, I completed the Yoga Tune Up® Level 1 certification and The Role Model® Method in 2016, and The Breath and Bliss Immersion in 2019. I teach a weekly Yoga Tune Up® class at Juici Yoga in Waterloo.
Hello, there! If you like my perspective on self care, please sign up for my weekly blog -- Become a Self-Care Vigilante -- at http://sni.ps/GetUnstuck . When you sign up, you get a free e-manifesto that says who I am and what I stand for. I started yoga as a 50-year-old single mom: a stressed-out, sleep-deprived, achievement junky, suffering from constant pain and headaches. After that first eye-opening yoga class, I immersed myself in yoga, movement, and breath. I did all of Ana Forrest’s trainings, continued studying with Steve Emmerman and Talya Ring and now I’m completely thrilled with the Roll Model Method® and Yoga Tune Up® with Jill Miller and her mighty tribe of extraordinary teachers and trainers. Strength, breath, and mobility create a pain-free, vital body and this precious body is the starting point for the life you want to live. My classes and workshops help you to go inside; study your body and your breath; and learn that healing is within your grasp. My blog offers personal stories of healing, studies of what self-care really is, and tips and techniques for living well in your body. I look forward to connecting with you! Read my articles on the Tune Up Fitness blog here.
Challenges are what makes life interesting; overcoming them is what makes it meaningful. For me, movement variety is all about freedom and choice and we often have to overcome some sort of challenge (big or small) to be able to move in the way that we most desire. What if I’m not actually here to teach you how to move, or breathe better or relax more deeply? What if my purpose is to teach you how to move through challenge and adversity with ease and grace? Our ability to move your body in as many ways as possible is deeply rooted in our ability to trust that as we move and grow, no matter what happens or where life takes me, to say, “I got this”. Whatever comes my way, I take it in, feel it, share it, enjoy it or not, and move on having learned from the experience, having grown in new and unimaginable ways. I am more resilient and ready to take on the next challenge. I’m deeply grateful to have had the opportunity to help so many people become physically strong, energetically vibrant, and emotionally and physically resilient. What does it mean to be resilient? Envision an elastic band that can stretch in many different directions while also easily returning to its original shape with ease. That’s resilience. Physical and emotional resiliency, this is what I teach. Like Felix the cat, I have a grab bag of valuable tools from my 30+ years of teaching. My programs are a combination of yoga therapy, breath training, self-massage, guided relaxation and meditation all in the service of helping to cultivate deeper inner listening and awareness. I do not profess to be a 'healer' but a guide on your path to fine-tuning your ability to lean into the challenges of life, do whatever it takes, then return to center, stronger and more durable for having been through it. I’m at our side, lighting the path. How did I get here? I began my career in fitness while attending a private architecture college in Burbank California in 1990. For many years I taught 6 am fitness classes, went to school during the day, and trained fitness clients in the evening; I taught yoga classes on the weekends. The turning point was when I fell off a stage and was injured while teaching a step class. I was introduced to Pilates in physical therapy. My healing process was the turning point to learning and mastering a variety of movement and healing modalities. I have more certifications than I can list, but what has influenced my work the most is: my training and certification in Pilates in 1999 with Marie Jose Blum of Long Beach Dance Conditioning; a 300-hour Yoga Therapy Certification from Dr. Ganesh Mohan of Svastha Yoga; and Roll Model Method & Yoga Tune Up with Jill Miller. I’m also certified in various styles of yoga including, Hatha, Pre-natal, Vinyasa, Yin, Wailana Yoga, and SOMA breath work. Over the years, I have taught dozens of 200-hour yoga teacher training courses (US and overseas) and authored and taught anatomy courses for other teacher training programs. In 2013 I graduated with an Associates of Science in Advanced Massage Therapy and opened my third yoga, Pilates, and massage studio in Fair Oaks, California. I eventually sold that studio in 2018 to travel overseas and train massage therapists and yoga teachers. Currently, I live in Hawaii where I see massage clients, teach transformational workshops and movement labs; both online and offline, for those looking to nurture their bodies and nervous system through self-massage, movement, and accountability coaching.
Ariel Kiley is a yoga and meditation teacher, teacher trainer, published author, and IAYT certified Yoga Therapist. Ariel has . been spokesperson and program designer for Equinox Fitness Clubs Regeneration classes. She created the 2018 "Yoga Fundamentals" program on DailyBurn.com. She is a lead teacher trainer for the fitness therapy system Yoga Tune Up®. Ariel also is co-creator and co-director of the Dou Yoga 200-hour teacher training. Ariel has published numerous posts and articles on the topics of yoga, meditation and yoga therapy. Additionally she co-authored the book Smitten: The Way of the Brilliant Flirt about self-realization and dating (Chronicle 2013). She has been featured on Extra!TV, CNN, NY Daily News and has worked as yoga consultant to the TV show The Affair. Ariel specializes in stress reduction and trauma resolution. Ariel’s professional mission, through teaching and the written word, is to transform human suffering into wellbeing. www.arielkiley.co Read my articles on the Tune Up Fitness blog here.
I am Ashley and I believe a balanced life is a good one. I offer yoga, life coaching and healthy tips in an authentic and accessible way for real people. Yoga is a practice, not a perfect. My callings and passions include: yoga teacher, life coach, health and wellness blogger, loving mama and wife, songwriter, motivational speaker, active listener, creativity muse and positive thinker, not necessarily in that order. I teach public yoga classes at YogaWorks in Tarzana, Woodland Hills and Westlake Village. I teach private yoga classes at YogaWorks and in people's homes in LA. My certifications include: 500 E-RYT through YogaWorks mentorship with Chad Hamrin, YogaWorks Teacher Training Assistant, YogaWorks Certification, YW Cardio Flow, Level 1 Yoga Tune Up, Urban Zen Integrative Therapy Level One, Kids Yoga, Certified Yoga2Life Coach through Coach Training Alliance, B.A. English with emphasis in Creative Writing and minors in Art History and Digital Arts UCI alumni.
What's up! I'm Ash and my biggest passion is helping people help themselves when it comes to long term weight loss, chronic pain, improving life performance and living a more movement rich, happy life.Naturally, becoming a certified Yoga Tune Up® Instructor and Roll Model Method® Practitioner was a perfect fit. I'm also a Holistic Trainer, Registered Yoga Instructor, Neurosensory Specialist, Former Chiropractic/Physical Therapy Assistant with a background in GMB®, FRC® and FRA®I've been in the rehab/prehab industry for over 13 years and my training continues to evolve as science changes. I've worked with and helped people from all walks of life with all kinds of pains, weight loss goals and conditions. I have a sweet spot for working with Mama's and Lifeletes. In addition to teaching movement, I grew up a competitive gymnast . It’s safe to say you can find me upside-down on everything or blasting music and dancing like a maniac.My teaching, training and coaching is rooted in functional movement, behavior change and habit formation, nervous system regulation, recovery, and body weight barefoot training. If you want to MOVE, FEEL, LIVE and LOOK the best you’ve ever moved, felt, looked and lived and stay that way forever…that’s where I come in 🫀
Ashley is a certified Pilates Instructor and YTU Instructor. Her deep understanding of the body began at a young age with her training and then career as a professional ballet dancer. Injuries and rehab always provided a learning experience and anatomy lesson! After teaching Pilates for 13 years, as well as being a Teacher Trainer for Equinox's Pilates Certification, Ashley completed Jill Miller's 2022 YTU Training in Los Angeles, where Ashley resides with her husband and child. Ashley is passionate about helping others build awareness, strength, and healthy mobility in their body, meeting them no matter where they are in their fitness journey.
I’m Ashley Vasas (she/her), a yoga teacher and founder of Nourish & Grow Yoga, located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I'm passionate about sharing the power of yoga movement and philosophy to help my students open themselves up to vibrant health, joy, and self-compassion. After experiencing a severe car accident, I remember finding myself bloated, burnt out, and in chronic pain, knowing something had to change. I reached for yoga as a low-impact fitness option and found a far more potent practice. Though my yoga practice ebbed and flowed, I kept returning to the mat. With time and consistency, my body became stronger and more limber, and I realized I was living with much less pain. And that is what led me to become a teacher — I wanted to share this fantastic vibrancy with others. I have studied several yoga modalities to offer my students whatever their unique body needs, including Vinyasa, Hatha, Yin, Pre-and Post-natal, Yoga Nidra, Meditation, and Yoga Tune Up®. I’ve poured more than 500 hours into my yoga education studies, earning my RYT 500 from Yoga Alliance in 2022. I help my students discover their potential through yoga, meditation, and self-love. I work with people of all ages, flexibility, and physical fitness levels. I believe that yoga, in its many forms, has something to offer everyone.
Ben was introduced to Yoga at an early age by his father. Inspired by his father’s daily practice, Ben has pursued an extensive study of martial arts for more than twenty years, learning from masters in Europe, America, Japan, and China. After finishing his graduate studies in computer science, Ben worked in Silicon Valley as a software engineer. For the last ten years, he has also been participating in various fitness boot camps, kickboxing, Pilates, and CrossFit. Always seeking yin and yang balance, he (re)discovered Yoga in 2013 and immediately appreciated its tremendous benefits and the boost it gave to all his other activities. In February 2014, Ben completed his 200-hour Vinyasa Yoga training under Edna Barr of Frog Lotus Yoga and his mentor Henry Abuda, the Xplore Yoga Newark studio owner. In February 2015 he finished his second 200-hour Vinyasa training at Xplore Yoga under Kelli Barnett and was mentored by Mandy Ansari. Since March 2016 Ben has studied extensively with Louis Jackson to become a certified Yoga Tune Up® instructor. Ben is fluent in English, Czech and Mandarin Chinese.
Beth Damm is a Registered Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance. Beth completed the Kripalu Yoga training in St. Augustine, Florida with Discovery Yoga. Kripalu Yoga (krih-PAH-loo) means “being compassionate”. In the fall of 2010, Beth became a Relax and Renew® instructor with the approval of Judith Hanson Lasater. She was inspired to find the empowering practice of Yoga Tune Up® and enthusiastically completed the Level 1 teacher training program and looks forward to additional training. Beth taught her first yoga class in January 2006 under the guidance of her yoga teacher, Liz Taylor who introduced her to the life-changing practice. Beth believes that a regular practice that integrates awareness, mindful movement, stillness and breath with a touch of playful laughter will bring you all the benefits that yoga has to offer. Read my articles on the Tune Up Fitness blog here.