I have a passion for whole-body wellness and the ability to connect the mind, body, and soul through breath and movement. Our class offerings aim to provide a peaceful, meditative environment in which each student will be invited to explore, be present, and experience yoga's healing. I look forward to welcoming you to a Better Life with Yoga.
- Jean Tremblay
Wendi is an RYT-200 hour registered Yoga teacher and recently completed a 20 hour Mindful, Trauma-Informed Yoga teacher training program. She is a Reiki Master/Teacher and owns Soul Spark Healing and Yoga in Uxbridge, MA. Wendi also works as an ABA technician in the Uxbridge Public School system and has three children of her own. She loves spending time in nature, practicing Reiki and Yoga, reading, and spending time with her family.
Bridget initially discovered Yoga after taking a break from her hobbies due to an injury and was hooked. Not only did the practice feel amazing for her body, but the meditative, mindful aspect of the practice was life-changing and trickled into all aspects of her daily life.
Bridget went to school to be a Physical Therapy Assistant and has worked in inpatient and outpatient settings since 2010. She did her 200-hour teacher training at Metrowest yoga and studied under Shawn Shaw, Theresa Murphy, Ray Mucci, and Cindy Boulter. Since then, Bridget has done training in Yoga assisting, restorative practices, Prenatal Yoga, and Anatomy and has taught in various settings, including gyms, rock climbing training centers, colleges, and Yoga studios.
Heidi's Yoga journey started in 2004 when she began teaching Body Training Systems and Les Mills. In 2006, Heidi was also certified through Silver Sneakers and Senior Centers, where she teaches Chair Yoga. In 2015, she began volunteering to teach children's after-school programs at the Auburn Family Youth Services. She also worked with dance students in Oxford, Massachusetts. For the past 12 years, Heidi has taught Yoga classes two times a week, combining Hatha, Iyengar, Vinyasia, and Pilates in Auburn and Webster, Massachusetts. Heidi believes that Yoga is a physical activity yet never perfected but enjoyed through practice. She continuously participates in classes taught by others to continue her physical, educational, and spiritual growth through mindful meditation.
Catherine’s first career was as a public school teacher for over 20 years. Catherine has been a Yoga student for several years and decided to follow that passion for becoming a certified Yoga instructor. Catherine has her RYT 200 & 300-hour, Chair & Restorative Yoga and Meditation Certifications. She also has her Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki I & II certifications. She loves kayaking, hiking, cooking, reading, anything artsy, and making memories with her family. Catherine truly enjoys helping others make time for themselves to find solace on their mats. She feels that we can make ourselves whole if we take time to heal ourselves through Reiki, meditation, and movement. Once we feel whole, we can then help others.
Emily lives and teaches yoga, meditation, breathwork, and holistic health practices. Her teachings honor the divine trinity of body, mind, and spirit. Emily is a 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified instructor with over 500 hours of teaching experience. She leads Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Prenatal, and Hatha Yoga classes. Emily’s practice echoes the spiritual yoga of the masters she has trained under Mark Whitwell, Yogirishi Vishvketu, Kia Miller, Sianna Sherman, and Michael Brian Baker. She is also a certified Yoga Nidra facilitator through the Shiva Shakti School of Yoga and Healing Arts. Emily looks forward to seeing you on the mat!
Crystal is a 200-RYT that teaches Vinyasa & Yoga Body Sculpt, Tai chi/Chi Gong, Energy Healing, and has trained at the Tom Tam Healing Center (OCI) in Quincy, Massachusetts. Crystal loves how Yoga creates inner serenity and harmony, and the balance between strength and flexibility is sweet. She genuinely believes it transforms you on a deeper level and inspires you to accelerate your life’s journey.
Amanda became attracted to a regular yoga practice through the philosophy of yoga being applied to everyday life. Amanda’s approach to teaching is influenced by 20+ years of exploring movement as a physical and spiritual practice (modern dance, strength & mobility, lymphatics, qi gong, etc.). She is passionate about offering a yoga practice that is accessible, especially for people who may not have previous yoga experience. Amanda is also a therapeutic sound practitioner, utilizing gongs and other instruments for meditation and unique sound experiences. Amanda completed certification for 200-hour yoga and restorative yoga and was a former personal fitness trainer and corporate trainer.
Jennifer is an RYT-200-hour registered Yoga teacher and completed the Breathe for Change 200-hour Mindfulness, SEL, and Yoga Teacher Training. As a former collegiate soccer player, Jennifer found Yoga in the off seasons when she would attend local classes in the Webster/Dudley area with her Mom in the early 2000s. Her passion for Yoga grew to become certified to understand better how Yoga impacts not only the mind/body connection but also the impact yoga has on our social/emotional well-being. Jennifer is a full-time School Adjustment Counselor with a Master’s in Social Work. She also is a LICSW with a local private practice. She has three children of her own. She loves being active outdoors, practicing Yoga, exercise, and mindfulness, and spending time with her family!
Rachel is a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT), reiki practitioner, and elementary school teacher. With over 12 years of personal yoga practice and experience teaching since 2020, she brings a wealth of knowledge to her classes. Rachel's focus is on creating a safe and welcoming space for her students, allowing them to freely explore their bodies and minds. She believes in making yoga accessible to all ages and skill levels, ensuring that everyone can benefit from her classes. In Rachel's asana classes, you can expect a balanced combination of challenging and restorative postures, pushing your body while also providing moments of intentional relaxation. Additionally, Rachel has extensive experience teaching yoga to children. Outside of yoga, Rachel enjoys spending her time playing with her dog, discovering new hiking trails, indulging in a good book, and experimenting with new recipes.
Bonnalee is a 200-hour RYT. She was involved in gymnastics, acrobatics, and dance from elementary through high school. She started practicing yoga in college and continued to practice for many years. It wasn’t until more recently she started realizing the profound effects of incorporating the eight limbs of yoga into her practice. She continues to learn from fellow yogis, gaining a deeper knowledge of the practice while sharing what she has learned with others. She hopes to help people to find the value in their connection to themselves and the world. “I love that yoga is a practice with no end. Life is ever-changing; each day is a new experience- some good, some bad. Yoga has helped me to find strength in the face of difficult situations, embrace discomfort, be thankful for the life I have been blessed with, and love unconditionally and unapologetically with an open heart.”
She graduated from UMASS Amherst with a Bachelor of Arts and Science Degree in Psychology. She is a Master Planner at Wyman Gordon Company in Grafton, where she has been employed for over two decades. She was a Girl Scout leader in the Dudley/Webster area for many years. She loves going to concerts and shows to see live music in her free time. Listening to music has always been a huge part of her life. She has two fantastic children who are the absolute light of her life, teaching her to love more than she knew was possible. She loves spending time with family and friends, reading, cooking, hiking, and taking long walks with her husband and dog, Vinny.