Meet our Yoga Teachers
Sera Anello - Sera aims to create an inspiring and challenging space for any level yoga practitioner. When practicing with Sera, you can expect a class heavily focused on pranayama and mindfulness that leads to both transformations on and off the mat. She is extremely grateful for finding yoga at such a young age and has dedicated her career to teaching and serving others.
Erica Berg, co-owner of Let’s Get Zen Yoga, took her very first yoga class in 2005. It quickly became her passion. In 2018, Erica completed her 200-hour Teacher Training at Dana Hot Yoga under the leadership of Dr. Lisa Mitchell and Dorian Mitchell. And now lives her dream of creating her own very special hot yoga studio. First time yoga students and experienced yogis alike can expect to find a welcoming and inclusive vibe in each of Erica’s yoga classes. Through a balance of challenging movements and peaceful stillness, she hopes to help her students experience the limitless mental and physical benefits of the yoga practice.
Karen Conicelli - Karen is a lifelong fitness enthusiast. She spent decades committed to running and high impact aerobics. At the age of 50, she began practicing yoga. She loved it so much she left all other forms of fitness to dedicate herself to yoga. Nothing makes Karen happier than sharing her love of yoga and assisting students reach a personal goal or succeed in a new posture.
Tara Cuff - Tara has had a love for the body in motion for many years. She's had a passion for dance over four decades, as well as ZUMBA for over ten years. She knew something was missing in her life and quickly realized that it was Yoga. Tara loves being encouraging, sharing inspirational quotes, leads with clarity and focus. You'll find Tara's style to be both athletic and graceful.
Meloni Kinckner - Meloni found her yoga practice in 2016 after a decade of struggling with anxiety and depression. A friend encouraged her to take a hot yoga class and after just one 75-minute session, she knew yoga was something she wanted to explore more. She was immediately in love with the grounding, deeply introspective experience yoga provided. When you practice with Meloni, you can expect a strong focus on pranayama, mindful movement and encouragement to incorporate the principles of yoga into your life, both on and off the mat.
April McMillan - What if I told you that you are guaranteed to feel better, stronger both mentally & physically after your YOGA practice. I'd say sign me up! I've been practicing for several years as this is a lifelong journey. The take away from yoga, for me, is to feel calm, to feel quiet within, and to feel challenged. We all need time to heal, time to grow and time to reflect upon how your practice can bring you contentment and acceptance of who you are in each new moment, each inhale & exhale. Yogis have provided feedback on my classes that includes "it was hard but fun" and "I felt peaceful - power". I AM humbled by your presence attending my classes. We remind one another to stay in the present moment. That is why it is called a gift! 200 HR RYT Yoga Alliance accredited, AAAI/ ISMA certified, teaching & connecting breath to movement since 2017
Nicole Leigh-Wargo Nicole is a “National Academy of Sports Medicine (nasm)” certified personal trainer, as well as a certified sports nutrition coach through “Precision Nutrition”. She has been practicing yoga for years as a way to keep herself mobile and flexible while weight training. Nicole finds so much joy in sharing her love of yoga with everyone she can. She teaches a breath focused fast flow vinyasa that balances rest with fast flowing movement.
Kaitlin Lindquist - Kaitlin has a background in special education, and currently teaches art at an emotional support school. She strives to create an environment that is warm, welcoming, and accessible to all. Kaitlin’s classes are designed to challenge, support, and ground practitioners while fostering resilience, acceptance, mindfulness, and love.
Monica Lynn - Monica was first introduced to yoga in 2005. After many years of practicing and exploring different types of yoga, Monica found herself with a consistent Vinyasa practice. Her Vinyasa practice was not only strenuous, but a way for her to fully connect mind, body, and spirit, as well as reduce stress and anxiety. She strives to create a safe and supportive environment for all populations, while offering challenging and mindful classes. She is passionate about sharing yoga with the community and believes that yoga can truly bring transformation to our lives.
Brittany Rodak - Brittany began practicing yoga in 2015 as a means of increasing mobility and strengthening her core after a severe car accident the year before. Yoga allowed Brittany to witness a profound change in her back pain and flexibility - then she began to notice how she had changed mentally as well. Brittany hopes to help students discover love for the practice and for themselves; learning to meet every challenge with deep breaths, while finding inner stillness and strength.
Jamie Abramo - Hightower - I am beyond thrilled to have embarked on this journey of becoming a yoga teacher! I have such a passion for practicing and now teaching such a wonderful and beneficial practice. Vinyasa flow yoga is what I practice and teach. I think its great for everyone because, depending on the teacher, it's always different, can be challenging if you want it to be, and you still get the benefits of peace and clarity. When teaching, I try to keep my classes upbeat and light hearted. Never too serious and I offer options for the students to take modifications for an added challenge or to pull back and stick to the basics while working on their own form. Through teaching, I look forward to sharing all of the benefits that yoga has to offer with more and more people.
Bev Stanton – Bev has strived to stay fit throughout her life. An enthusiastic former long-distance runner, she started practicing yoga as a way to cross train for races. She loves the peace of mind her practice brings, as well as the conditioning that strengthens the body without the stress that running and weightlifting places on the joints. Yoga has become an increasingly important part of both her physical and mental fitness regimens. In the summer, you will find her practicing on the beach and on her paddle board. She is truly grateful for the opportunity to help her students develop their practices and find their inner strength.
Maria Eble - Maria was first introduced to yoga back when she was a full time math teacher and fell in love with the physical aspects of the practice. Years later as a full-time Mom, she rediscovered yoga and was excited to get back to a regular yoga practice. She quickly discovered not only the physical transformation that yoga allowed her, but the mental and spiritual, as well. After years of battling depression and anxiety, Maria found a sense of peace and calm she had previously thought to be unattainable. It was this mind-body and spiritual connection that made Maria, after only a little more than a year of regular practice, enter into teacher training in Spring 2015. She graduated from Dana Hot Yoga's teacher training in June 2015. The training was life-changing for Maria and excited her even more to share this wonderful practice with others. In Maria's classes, you can expect a challenging and fun Vinyasa flow, appropriate for all levels, that explores all the amazing things that yoga has to offer.
Mykola Webster, M.Ed/RYT-500 Bio. Mykola is first, a lifelong student of yoga and then a teacher. There is no life without yoga, yoga is life. Sat Nam. This is something Mykola believes wholeheartedly and strives to share with those that meet themselves on the mat while practicing with her. Mykola holds a strong belief that through the breath we can do all things and in the stillness and quiet of the breath is where self growth and exploration begin. Additionally, as a Yoga Therapist, Mykola allows the therapeutics of this healing practice to holistically connect you to your inner most self, setting the stage for deep, self introspection. Mykola’s background of extensive travel and living in Costa Rica while working at a Yoga and Wellness Retreat Center has allowed her to serve all different types of people from all over the globe. She brings this international spirit to her classes and to all who she meets. Since returning to the states Mykola lives a life of constant self study and with her little guy Blaise who is her reason and inspiration for all that she does. A class facilitated by Mykola will move the body through a vibrant and strong yet tranquil and soft asana that allows the body to give effort and then surrender to the healing effects of a well rounded yoga practice.
Noelle Penney - Noelle’s passion for Yoga and meditation began in 2012 after using the practice as a healing tool while suffering with postpartum depression. Noelle began teaching in 2014 after completing her 200 hour training under the guidance of Karin Eisen with KEYoga. Noelle gained six years of teaching experience before completing her 300 hour training under the guidance of Erica Taxin. Noelle is now a 500 RYT with ten years of teaching experience. Noelle’s main goal is to implement yoga as a great healing modality to help people overcome obstacles and to make all students feel as if they are part of a supportive community. When Noelle is not on her mat she enjoys spending time with her son Niko, dancing, and being around family and friends.
Ed Kron has been teaching yoga in the Philadelphia area for over 10 years. His innovative power flow classes are infused with high-energy dance music, hip-hop, EDM and classic rock. Ed has two RYT-200-hour teaching certifications and is expected to complete his RYT-500 certification in December. Ed has taken several workshops and intensives focusing on Ashtanga, Yin and power yoga with world-renowned instructors including Seane Corn, David Swensen, Vinnie Marino, Darren Rhodes, Kathryn Budig, David Williams and Anna Forrest. Ed is a lawyer and lives on a farm in Horsham with his wife Garland and Great Danes Ella and Teddy.
Nicole Durant, RYT 500, E-RYT 200, is a Philadelphia-suburb yoga teacher that has taught over 3500 hours of yoga classes and many specialized yoga workshops for the last seven years. Because of the mind/body connection she received from practicing, yoga became a necessity. Nicole wanted to learn more about the practice. She soon enrolled and completed her 200hr yoga teacher training in 2015. Since then, she has done Restorative Yoga teacher training, Yin Yoga teacher training, and other advanced teacher trainings. Nicole finished her 500hr yoga teacher training in 2019. Nicole is always mindful of making her classes accessible to whoever is in the room, from the beginners to the most advanced yogis. Her classes are challenging yet have a fun flow and always have a positive focus.
Grace Kim - Grace found hot yoga in 2018 while teaching in Baltimore. She fell in love with how it physically challenged and mentally grounded her. Shortly after, she received her Yoga Sculpt training from Corepower Yoga and has been practicing and teaching ever since. Grace incorporates weight training and athletic yoga sequences to bring a full body sculpting workout to supplement the yoga practice. Grace is grateful and humbled to be a part of the community at LGZ.