Yoga & Sacred Movement

Because Unifying requires a well tended inner flame and utmost flexibility. Spend the days developing your yoga practice with a wide array of movement modalities & meditation practices from some of the Northeast’s best teachers. Afroflow, AcroYoga and more…


For over twenty years, David Jason Williams a.k.a. U.N.D.A.K.O.V.A (Universe. Naturally. Delivers. All. Knowledge. Of. Vitality. Automatically.) has been awakening audiences with his special brand of insightful & knowledge­ infused hip hop. He spiritually guides his listeners and shares the benefits of healthy living while, quite fittingly, making you move & groove in the process. […]


Billy Woods

Qi Gung, A Road to Better Health Qi Gung (Chi Kung) practice was developed in China over a period of centuries to increase ones level of internal vitality through use of breath’ slow movement forms which are often based on the movements of nature or on animal movements, and visualizations patterns related to the oriental […]


Leslie Salmon-Jones & Jeff Jones

LESLIE SALMON JONES: Founder of Afro Flow Yoga® Afro Flow Yoga® founder, Leslie Salmon Jones enjoys a career working with clients, students, diverse populations, and community organizations to help develop mastery over their physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-beings. Since dancing at the age of seven, Leslie has been living her dreams as a professional […]


Gina de la Chesnaye

Gina de la Chesnaye is Director of Yoga at The Three Jewels ( as well as a teacher with The Lineage Project (, which brings mindfulness based exercises such as yoga and meditation to at-risk and/or incarcerated youth and their support staff. Gina is also as a contributing writer and photographer to The Huffington Post […]


Nate Hogen (Nature Dreamweaver)

“Love, Serve, Heal, Educate, Entertain, Free All Sentient Beings!” Nature’s Higher Self Mantra Nature Dreamweaver (Nate Hogen) received the name Nature during a 10-day Vipassana Meditation Retreat in 2003 after he had just participated in two of his first ever Shamanic Ceremonies. While deep in meditation, a mantra-like voice came to him that said, “There […]


Embodyoga® Teacher

Corinne Andrews is the co-owner of Yoga Center Amherst and teaches weekly Embodyoga® classes. She is the lead teacher for the 200 hr Embodyoga® Teacher Trainings and has been teaching all ages and abilities since 2003. Corinne and her husband Matthew will be leading the 2nd annual trip to South India in February. Corinne is […]


Denise Porter Kemp

Denise Porter Kemp makes yoga practice accessible to the uniqueness of every body while expressing the deeper teachings of yoga through the experiential practice of the physical form. Based in the forests of New Hampshire, she brings her traveling yoga school ~ Turiya Yoga ~ to private homes, offices at lunchtime, ski mountains, addiction recovery […]


Chandra Cantor

Chandra has had a lifelong involvement in Dance, Yoga and the Movement Arts. Her study of Yoga has taken her throughout the Northeast, NY, CA and India. Chandra has taught Yoga for 20 years in the Boston area where she now lives, dances and raises two rambunctious boys. Partner Yoga Workshop: This deep yet gentle […]


Arden Sundari Pierce

Arden Sundari, BA South Asian Studies, a yoga teacher and yoga therapist since 1992, certified as Structural Yoga Therapist, and trained in Krishnamacharya lineage and Shiatsu. She has taught at Omega Institute for Holistic Studies and presented at the International Yoga Therapy Conferences. She is a lover of nature and student of it’s subtle grace. Arden’s main offering is […]


Hannah Landes

Hannah fell in love with yoga in the wake of a profoundly life-changing massage, and the two are inextricable from each other as a result. That was years ago, and now this licensed massage therapist uses the principles of her disciplines of orthopedic, deep tissue, myofascial and Thai massage to inform the experience she offers […]


Lolly Be Healing

Lolly Be learned Spanish as a teenager and has been practicing yoga for seven years. She did her yoga teacher training with the international Sivananda school in Medellin, Colombia. She has been teaching yoga for four years in non traditional settings. She focuses on using yoga as an opportunity to befriend the body and to […]


Pashupa Goodwin

Pashupa means “protector of the animals” in Sanskrit, the ancient language of yoga. Seeing his own life and many lives around him transformed by the practices of yoga, he feels compelled to share these benefits. His classes are playful and accessible to all, filled with uplifting music, chanting, vinyasa sequencing, meditation, and insightful dharma talks. […]



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