Libby Volckening, E-RYT 500, Director (413-834-4524 or email@example.com)
Bill Francis Barry (Bharata) (413-625-6944 or firstname.lastname@example.org ) is a certified teacher of Mantra and Vedic Priest. He has been a student and practitioner of mantra, yoga and Vedic studies since 1969, including in-person training with Namadeva Acharya (Thomas Ashley-Farrand), Yogi Bhajan, Swami Muktananda, Swami Satchidananda; plus study of the works of Sadguru Sant Keshavadas. His academic credentials include M.Ed, M.B.A., B.A., and B.S. degrees from the University of Massachusetts, as well as 500+hr Yoga Teacher Training. Bill teaches workshops in Sanskrit mantra, puja ceremony, Inner Nada Yoga and offers puja services and private consultations. For more information visit his website: mantravijaya.com
Gail Connor (413-522-0417 or email@example.com)
Lisa Enzer, M.Ed. (413-367-2658 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Morgan Kent (413-774-1909 or email@example.com) has trained in the art of Indonesian Kung Fu since he was 11 years old. First attracted to this style because of the spectacle found in martial arts movies, Morgan soon found that the practice could be so much more than fancy stunts and flashy kicks. Currently a 3rd degree black belt, he is committed to bringing the benefits of Kung Fu to as many people as possible. In addition to teaching at Spirit of the Heart and Green River Yoga, Morgan offers classes in many local after-school programs including Ryan Road and Greenfield Elementary Schools, teaches special needs kids at Whole Children, and brings Spirit of the Heart to the hills of Ashfield.
Joyce Landau, MEd, MSW, LCSW, RYT 500 (617-921-8217 or firstname.lastname@example.org) is a yoga teacher, and a psychotherapist in private practice. She offers yoga as a practice that anyone can use to find stillness, develop ease and strength of body and mind, and build a core of physical and emotional well-being.
Lisa Newell (802-380-0546 or email@example.com) Percussionist Lisa Newell has been immersed in the traditional drum and dance music and culture of West Africa since 2000. She studies and performs with master drummers in the US and in West Africa and travels there regularly. Lisa has been asked to teach the rhythms as they are becoming lost, and she holds this task with much respect. She teaches classes and workshops for all ages and performs all over New England with various ensembles, including the all-women drummers Gaia Roots. Lisa is also a body-based trauma therapist practicing in Brattleboro since 2004.
Kate Peppard (617-669-4891 or firstname.lastname@example.org) After a hectic decade and a half in the city of Boston, Kate finally decided it was time to make a major life change, and made yoga a foundational block for that shift. She immersed herself in studying and practicing yoga asana (primarily hatha, vinyasa, and Jivamukti inspired flow), and also incorporated vipassana meditation practice into her life. Kate firmly believes in the inherent power of humans to transform ourselves, and also believes in the power of yoga practices in providing a key to positive transformation, transcendence and compassionate living. These practices inadvertently led her to the foothills of the Berkshires where she pursued her 200 hour teacher training in Bhava Flow yoga with Tracy Donahue at Bhava Yoga. She currently teaches at Green River Yoga in Greenfield, MA, and Pure Yoga in South Deerfield, MA, as well as community yoga classes in her hometown of Heath, MA, the Franklin Community Co-Op yoga series, and private and group yoga sessions at a resort in Halifax, VT. For more info, please visit her website: www.highlandyoga.studio.
Nancy Rothenberg (413-585-1661 or email@example.com)
Green River Yoga
& Movement Arts, 158 Main Street, 2nd Floor, Greenfield, MA 01301
413-772-2050 or info@GreenRiverYoga.com
Last updated 1.4.2018 eav