JERRY ANATHAN was trained and certified at Kripalu in 2008. She teaches private yoga to all age groups in both Provincetown and New York City. As a personal life coach, she has consulted with NGOs in Bangkok, Chaing Mai, and Mae Sot Thailand, helping individuals and organizations increase their productivity and creative spirit. Jerry has studied far and near with some of our era’s most renowned teachers including Sarah Powers, John Schumacher, Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, Richard Freeman, Dharma Mittra, and Randal Williams. Exploring the vital interaction between energy and movement, she brings awareness to the invisible thread that connects body, breath, and the more subtle areas of thoughts, soul, and witness consciousness.
JEN KOPEC, RYT, LMT has been teaching yoga since 2009. This year Jen is offering Forrest yoga, Yin yoga and meditation. Currently she is a student in the Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society Facilitator Training. She is committed to sharing her knowledge and experience while introducing students to the benefits of yoga and meditation practice. Jen's intention is to create and maintain a safe space for students to experience yoga in their own way at their own pace. Jen is also a licensed massage therapist and bodyworker. She lives and works in Provincetown. [email protected]
Beth has been teaching classes and workshops in yoga & mind-body awareness internationally for over 25 years. She has studied Kripalu, Anusara, Yin, Vinyasa, and Restorative Yoga. Beth teaches a fun, inspired, and creative flow class.
KATE WALLACE ROGERS: I have been practicing yoga for forty years. While I have studied various forms, my primary practice was rooted in Iyengar, with emphasis on pranayama and building strength, flexibility and balance through holding poses in precise alignment. I am certified in Power Yoga, which focuses on synergy of body, mind and soul, creating awareness and fitness through vinyasa flow. Blending my yoga experience with my career as a teacher/coach and a lifetime as a poet, I call my practice Poetry in Motion. I offer a poem during meditation at the beginning and end of each class, creating a spiritual practice which combines gentle deep stretching with vinyasa and balance work for strength, fitness and flexibility.