• Alex Cuervo
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    Alex Cuervo has been teaching Bikram yoga since 2011 and vinyasa yoga since 2016.
    She has competed in USA Yoga’s Asana Championship several times and won 2nd place for New York state in 2017.

    Born and raised across the Hudson in NJ, Alex received her bachelor’s degree in Illustration at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan and went on to draw for magazine publications and private commissions. Another past life was a short stint as a swing dancer performing alongside notables like Wynton Marsalis, Michael Bublé and Natalie Merchant.

    The goal in Alex’s yoga classes and in her personal practice is to discover something different in oneself whether it be physical, emotional, mental or spiritual. All of the aspects of yoga are a discipline, hatha yoga (physical postures) included. It is through discipline and commitment that the student/practitioner will find new sources of strength within themselves and create lasting positive changes in their lives.

  • Alex Tse
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  • Angela Phillips
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    Angela Phillips is an extraordinarily gifted multi-disciplinary artist, bursting with talent, energy and creativity. Angela possesses an unusual freedom of spirit that propels her to excel in a dazzling array of disciplines. Classically trained in dance, Angela has broadened her career path to range from modeling and performing with popular music groups, to earning the title of Associate Aerial Designer for the Broadway productions of Disney’s Tarzan and The Little Mermaid, and Production Aerial Supervisor for the mega-hit Spiderman-Turn Off The Dark. Angela completed Teacher Training in Fall 2009.
  • Cat H Bradley
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    Attracted to the athletic nature of the practice, Cat began practicing Bikram yoga in 2008. She's been a regular in the hot room ever since. 

    In April of 2019, she decided to intensify her study by attending the 105F 26&2 teacher training program. She is overjoyed to get the opportunity to teach and continue to practice the method of yoga she loves in such a diverse, vibrant, and growing community. 

    Cat believes there's no better tool than the 26&2 to practice presence, and forge, maintain, and encourage the integration of our body, mind, and spirit. 

    When Cat’s not in the hot room, she's life coaching athletes, writing, or off in one of the boroughs with her hubs, tracking down the best taco, dumpling, or donut!

  • Channing Burt
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    Channing grew up outside of Boston and moved to New York City for college in 1995. She has made her home in Brooklyn for the past ten years, and the Flatbush Bikram studio her second home since 2006. She took her first Bikram class in May 2005 and fell in love immediately with this practice that strengthens mind, body and spirit (with a built-in facial). Since then, Bikram Yoga has been an essential part of her life connecting her to her own self, the community and collective unconscious. Channing holds a masters in applied linguistics and TESOL from Columbia University and works as an adjunct English professor at Pratt Institute. She attended Teacher Training in Los Angeles in the fall of 2012 and is still as in love with teaching as she is with taking class.
  • Chauncie Parchment
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  • Denise Kerr
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    Denise was born in Jamaica, grew up in London and has made Park Slope her home for over twenty years. A friend introduced her to Bikram, Dara happened to be her first teacher and she became hooked on this incredible practice. She attended Teacher Training in Acapulco in Fall 2008. Denise works for NYC Department of Environmental Protection. When she is not working, teaching or practicing she pursues her other passion, jewelry design. She feels blessed to have such an awesome family and amazing friends including her extended family of teachers and students. “The benefits of this practice are immeasurable – physically, mentally and spiritually, I love it. Peace + Love.”
  • Francis King
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    Frank began practicing Bikram yoga in Jan 2009 out of shape and unhappy with his poor health he was determined to change his life around. He felt a transformation after his first class. Bikram yoga has allowed him to strengthen his body, increase flexibility, and improve balance; while also calming and focusing his mind. Four years later he was awarded a scholarship to attend teacher training in spring 2013. In addition to teaching full time, he works with “One posture at a Time” teaching yoga in treatment facilities for individuals in recovery from substance abuse. “I am truly grateful to on this yoga and believe in it’s ability to heal”
  • Jessica Senecal
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    Jessica has a long history of working in healing and spiritual modalities.  She has worked in Reflexology and as a Birth Doula for many years. While Jessica was visiting her family in England in 1999, her father introduced her to her first Bikram class. After class, she recalls her legs felt like jelly, walking down the stairway, nevertheless she had a huge smile on her face, and knew she had found a form of healing that called to her.  Back in New York, she eagerly searched for Bikram Yoga and luckily found the only Bikram Studio in New York at the time on Chambers Street.  This studio became her weekly personal reviving and strengthening time away from her full time job as a new mum.  The idea of providing this unique yoga system to the people of Brooklyn really felt like an easy decision. Today she feels so grateful to still have this yoga in her life, it has encouraged her and helped to strengthen and to nourish her, throughout nursing school, doula work and motherhood.  Now as an RN she is currently furthering her skill in Holistic Nursing to bring together past and present skills that she has been learning over the past 20 years, adding to her repertoire with Cranial Sacral work and Bach Flower Therapies. As yoga shifts our collective health awareness, she hopes to bring tools for everyone to share and to continue to enrich the lives of the community further.
  • Josh Liles
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  • Karmen Guy
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    Karmen has been practicing Bikram yoga since 2007. After teacher training in San Diego, 2010, she started teaching in San Diego, CA. She then began her journey as a traveling teacher all over the world, from Mexico, Argentina, Latvia, Finland and Spain. Currently Karmen is happy to be back home in NYC teaching. For Karmen, yoga is hygiene. It is as necessary as showering or brushing your teeth. It is cleansing inside and out, mind, body & soul. Yoga is everything; it is life. It should be taught in schools. It is preventative medicine/health care. The beauty and magic of yoga is that anyone can do it, any age and any physical body condition. It will enhance your life, give you more energy, inner strength, will power, determination and at the same time fine-tune your body.
  • KD Diallo
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    KD is an international Artist, Educator, and Performer based here at home in Brooklyn.  
    She is a long time student of YTB (read, Bikram on Flatbush days) and gravitated to the studio because the swampiness felt like home on the coast of NC & a Dunham studio, as a new mother having something be consistent for 90min was helpful, the transcendent focus was familiar, and the community is that of the NYC authentic representation of EveryBody which she loves and is reflective of her years in NYC living deep radical collectives.  
    KD is a sought out freelance movement program design and curriculum consultant, teacher, and choreographer with titles ranging from former AntiGravity® Worldwide Headquarters Master Instructor, Soulbox Jakarta SoulBarre program developer, X-pert instructor, and candidate for the Institute for Dunham Technique Certification.  
    KD is known for discipline, knowledge, and application in alignment for execution, sensory-based learning techniques, and keen ability to breakdown movement that allows for an engaging and empowering movement experience where everyone thrives.
  • Lucy Shelby
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    Lucy Shelby is trained in many different healing and artistic modalities.  She has had the privilege of traveling, teaching, and performing all over the world as well as learning from many different teachers: from great yogis, to master clown teachers, to  renowned Balinese mask carvers, to Mayan Elders of the Tz’utujil tribe. She holds a Bikram Yoga Certificate from 2007, Synergy Partner yoga Teacher Certificate from 2009, an M.F.A. in Ensemble Based Physical Theatre from 2014, and recently completed an in depth study into the ancient practice of Cacao and the Mayan Cosmo vision. She is also apart of the Teaching Team for Synergy Partner Yoga Certified Trainings and founded and developed the play portion of the practice. Her greatest joys are Play, Healing Arts, and Nature! She absolutely loves Yoga Tribe and teaching the traditional practice of 26 and 2. She has immense gratitude for all of her teachers and hopes to facilitate a class that imparts their wisdom as well as creates a safe space for you to unlock your wisdom within...possibly with a little giggle, joy, and light. 

  • Maia Ruvolo
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    Maia started practicing Bikram Yoga in 2003 and found it to be an antidote to the incredibly stressful and taxing lifestyle of working in the restaurant industry. Twoe years later Maia attended the Bikram Yoga Teacher Training. She loves to practice and teach yoga. Watching her students transform through the practice is one of the most consistently gratifying experiences. Maia became a mother in 2009 and finds her yoga practice helps keep her balanced while navigating the awesome obstacle course of parenting.
  • Mónica Félix
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    I was born and raised in the tropical heat of Puerto Rico, so when I moved to the charmingly cruel winters of New York City I struggled. During one of my first winters in Brooklyn, my friend Xaymara invited me to a hot yoga class- I stepped into the unknown and came out years later committed to a practice that brought me joy (and all I needed to bring to class was my body and mind)!

    Beyond my own backward and forward bends, I’ve explored hatha yoga as a photographer. I am a visual artist and it has been through my search for what is human that I fell in love with the original hot yoga practice. Discovering and growing my practice through the lens and on the mat continues to mold aspects of myself I explore confidently, like the ever-flowing ups and downs of the wheel of life.

    A tool for health, survival and moving meditation, hot yoga has been the gateway to deeper spirituality and discovery of mindful living. This is a lifetime expedition and I hope to share the journey with others as both a student and a teacher.

  • Namjin Cho
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  • Roodolph Senecal
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    Roody was born in the small village of Port Margot in the north of Haiti and emigrated to the US at the tender age of twelve. Upon exiting the airport building at JFK into cold February weather, his first thought was “why would so many people choose to live in an ice-box?”. He has been seeking the hot-box ever since. Roody first trained as an engineer and software developer, working for companies such as Karp Associates and Estee Lauder. He later purchased a manufacturing company and worked as a manufacturing consultant. He was introduced to yoga by his wife Jessica on their second date. It wasn’t hot enough (the yoga that is, you’ll have to ask Jessica about the date.) But then he discovered Bikram and with this method the heat he had been missing since he landed at JFK all those years ago. He and Jessica opened their first Bikram yoga studio after the birth of their second child. And they still have hot dates.

  • Sara Corenzwit
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  • Saya Ishii Velasquez
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    Saya grew up in Greenwich, CT where she took her first Bikram yoga class back in 2000. She went to teacher training in Los Angeles, CA in the Spring of 2003. Since then, Saya has taught classes across the nation and internationally. She teaches yoga in both English and Japanese. Saya is also certified in prenatal yoga and is a trained doula. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and baby boy.
  • Soji Adewumi
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  • Tagan Swaby
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