Kaylyn Alexander is a Vinyasa yoga teacher and former gymnast, specializing in stress-relief, mindful movement, and proper alignment. Her classes encourage a compassionate approach to self-study (Svadhyaya) and discovering the balance between strength, flexibility, effort, and ease. Kaylyn completed a Kundalini apprenticeship in 2013 under the teachings of Yogi Bhajan and a 200-HR Vinyasa training with Yoga to the People in 2015. To date, she's taught hundreds of yoga classes and thousands of students from across the globe, including athletes, massage therapists, movement specialists, performers, CEOs and business executives. She believes yoga is for every body and is passionate about making it accessible to all.
Cilia Antoniou is a New York City transplant who fell in love with yoga on the sunny white beaches of Miami, Florida. A 200ryt who has been teaching since 2016, Cilia feels incredibly blessed to share this beautiful practice. She trained with Lightrail Yoga in Miami Beach and loves to teach Hatha, Vinyasa, and Restorative Yoga. Cilia’s classes are a safe and relaxing space for you to step into your true self and discover something new about who you are. Her classes always include a pranayama exercise, meditation, and (Cilia’s favorite part) chanting OM. Follow her on Instagram @mypathtoyogi
Serina Adair says that yoga saved her life. It has become her passion and her purpose to share the knowledge that she's learned and the strength that she's gained through this practice to give hope to anyone in a position they feel they can’t get out of or simply returning yogis to deepen their personal practice. She strives to create a safe and sacred space for any and everybody to explore the depths of their mind body and spirit, together ✨
Claire Baum started yoga as an activity with her mother as a teenager but quickly realized that it improved her dancing and gave her access to her body outside the competitive environment of the dance world. Even as a young yogi, she noticed that yoga is a practice accessible to all body types and ages. This insight remains as the basis of her practice and her teaching to this day. She hopes that as a teacher, she can show her students how yoga can help them have greater awareness to, and understanding of, their bodies and minds through asana and pranayama. Claire teaches an open level anatomy conscious class with movement and flow inspired by how she creates movement as a choreographer. She received her Vinyasa Teacher Certification from OM Factory NYC and teaches a variety of classes including Vinyasa, Basics, Slow Flow and Stretch & Restore. She is attentive to each of her students' needs and provides assists both verbal and hands on. She encourages her students to practice patience and understanding with where they are each day as they come into the room.
Rachel Isacoff Yoga has been a part of my life since 2010. While I definitely feel a high when going upside down, I love that yoga has given me a universal language to articulate my values. I approach both my personal practice and my teaching with humble curiosity and thoughtful consideration. In my teaching, I make space for all to feel safe and empowered. Influenced by vinyasa and ashtanga forms, I teach physically challenging yet spiritually uplifting classes, focused on intelligent sequencing and alignment within your body and mind. I believe every day and every practice is an opportunity to develop a finer balance between effort and ease.