Teachers


Carolyn McPherson

Carolyn McPherson

On a whim, in 2005 Carolyn woke up and decided to become a yoga teacher. The next morning she enrolled in a 200 hour teacher training at Yoga Sutra, training under the tutelage of Christopher Hildebrandt: an Ashtanga teacher and Sanskrit scholar.

Sat Siri

Sat Siri Singh

Sat Siri Singh (Frédéric Pommeret) is a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher and has been teaching in New York City since 2004 at various centers such as Golden Bridge, East West Yoga, Kundalini Yoga East, Pure Yoga and Universal Force Healing Center.

Mariko-Hirakawa

Mariko Bhakti Hirakawa

Mariko Bhakti Hirakawa, E-RYT, D.Ay., B.A.M.S., is both an experienced certified Yoga Instructor with a background in professional dance as well as an Ayurvedic physician and scholar trained in India. Proficient in Sanskrit and Hindi, she is one of the very few in the West to graduate from the 5 ½ -year B.A.M.S. (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) degree program at Gujarat Ayurved University, an internationally recognized Ayurvedic institution.

Lindsay-O'Brien

Lindsay O’Brien

Lindsay O’Brien has been practicing yoga since 2003. Her yogic journey began when she took her first Hatha Yoga class while studying at Eastern Connecticut State University.

Sam Debicki

Samantha Debicki

Samantha Debicki received her B.A. in English from Columbia University and her 200-hour yoga teaching certification from Yoga Effects, a vinyasa studio in Manhattan. She is currently working to complete her 300-hour advanced teaching certification with Alison West of Yoga Union.

Christopher-Hildebrandt

Christopher Hildebrandt

Christopher Hildebrandt was authorized to teach by the guru of Ashtanga Yoga, Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. He has received a second authorization from R. Sharath, Guruji’s grandson, and has been certified to teach by Manju Jois, Guruji’s son.

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Carrie Ingoglia

Carrie, a registered yoga teacher, has been doing yoga for more than 15 years. Carrie’s personal approach to yoga integrates the insights of various traditions into a practice that encourages awareness, compassion and strength.