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For those with consistent prior yoga experience; builds on Yoga 1 with emphasis on building endurance & strength; more seated poses.




Chris McCloskey

Chris McCloskey RYT-500, offers students an alignment based yoga practice designed to create spaciousness in the body, mind, and spirit.  Chris has been practicing yoga since 2008, is a graduate of the Yoga Center of Columbia teacher training programs, and has been teaching yoga since 2012.  As a graduate of the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program, Chris shares with students methods for reducing stress, enhancing well-being, and bringing peace into their daily lives.     An avid walker and hiker, Chris is inspired by the awesome beauty of nature and mother earth and is continuously seeking ways to combine the healing practice of yoga with the practices of mindfulness and walking.

Lauren Vint

Lauren teaches from her own deep love of yoga and movement.  She is a former athlete and high school coach.  From years spent on the playing field and sideline, she brings to yoga an appreciation for the strong, complementary connection between body, mind, and spirit.  Lauren's teaching style encourages her students to find the fun of being in our bodies so that our hearts can experience joy.  In addition to practicing yoga for more than 20 years, Lauren is also a long-time meditator. She is a former public school teacher and is a recent graduate of the Yoga Center of Columbia's RYT200 Teacher Training program. 

Maureen (Mo) Rosenbloom

Mo started practicing yoga in New Zealand in 1999 where she lived for 18 years. She completed her teacher training at the Yoga Center of Columbia in 2017. Mo uses a multimodal approach that spans the spectrum of opposites: movement & stillness; sound & silence; energy lift and sedation. She weaves her training in Energy Medicine Yoga, Qigong, Reiki, Integrative Reflexology, Vishoka Meditation, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), and Sound Immersion into her classes with the goal of demystifying energy so that we better understand our bodies and minds and become better stewards of ourselves.

Mo found her path of teaching yoga midway through life after she got lost in a caregiver role. Pivoting away from an IT career, the layers of yoga unfurled as a resource, a respite, a renewal, a remembering, a focus that joyfully called her back to her body as home base.

Mo is motivated to share yoga with caregivers of all kinds to honor and prioritize ourselves, to beckon us back to being playful & present. At the end of the day, we are all caregivers starting with caring for ourselves - whether we have spouses, children, pets or are front line workers. You can reach Mo directly at mo.rosenbloom@gmail.com.

Heather Thamer

  Heather Thamer, E-RYT500, M.Ed, certified Accessible Yoga Teacher, has been teaching yoga since 2004, has specialized yoga training in working with the military community through the Warriors At Ease program and has adaptive training through the Yoga for Amputees (Y4A)program and Accessible Training program. Her classes are mindfully structured, blending asana, sequenced movement, breathing techniques and meditation. Heather uses a caring approach to teaching yoga and continues to further her learning of chronic conditions and yoga therapy by taking workshops and classes with wonderful teachers and specialists whenever she can. A lifelong student of yoga herself, Heather is passionate about continuing to learn ways to make yoga accessible and enjoyable.  With a profound appreciation for the benefits of yoga, Heather aspires to bring an empowering experience to her classes at the center.  Heather teaches classes and private sessions online only. To get in touch with Heather please send email to yoga@thamers.com or visit her website: www.yoga.heatherthamer.com .

Kate Anderson

Kate Anderson, RYT 500, was first introduced to meditation at 12 years old by her grandparents. She developed a deeper commitment to practice in 2014 and started sharing the lifestyle and philosophy of yoga. Kate completed her 200 hour Teacher Training in 2016 with Leslie Coombs. She completed the 300 hour Advanced YTT in 2021 at The Yoga Center of Columbia. Kate's enthusiasm for building community helps create a supportive and fun environment during classes. Given her first-hand experience with the benefits of yoga, she particularly enjoys introducing new students of all ages to the practice. Her instructions invite students to explore their own balance between effort and ease. Kate currently lives in Old Ellicott City, you can often find her exploring and walking through the town!

Bita Jenkins

Bita’s approach to yoga is intelligent, playful, and heart-based. She emphasizes awareness, the breath, core principles, alignment, and integrating both movement and stillness to access our true nature. Cultivating a sacred space to open the body, free the mind, and connect with spirit, she aspires to ignite the magic of our existence and the bliss of living this presence.

Kathy Donnelly

Kathy Donnelly, eRYT500, has owned the Yoga Center of Columbia since 2005.  Kathy started as student at the Yoga Center in 1998 and completed the Yoga Center teacher training with Bob Glickstein and Moses Brown in 1999.  Kathy began teaching at the Yoga Center in 2000.  Kathy says:  "It is my greatest honor and priviledge to share yoga and meditation with our Yoga Center community and my life has been greatly blessed as the Owner / Director".  

Kathy has been a student of  teacher Thich Nhat Hanh since 1993 and in January 2021 was certified as a meditation teacher by Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach after completing 2 years of study.

Kathy's yoga and meditation classes are welcoming to all, as she teaches with the intention to meet everyone where they are and open from the inside out.  

You can reach Kathy directly at info@columbiayoga.com 


Jodie Molchany

Jodie is an RYT-500 graduate of the Yoga Center of Columbia and has been teaching yoga since 2015. The path to yoga came after ten years of training, and teaching, in martial arts. Jodie was looking for something less strenuous on the back, and joints, and more calming to the mind. Practicing yoga has fostered a strength of body and mind.  Jodie’s practice is fun, filled with laughter, a little bit of core work and with an emphasis on proper alignment.  

Kelly Fisher

Kelly Fisher, C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, YACEP, believes in the physical and spiritual healing power of yoga, and aims to empower her students to strengthen their bodies, hearts and minds through her challenging yet calming instruction. Her style is rooted in her many years of meditation practice and her multidisciplinary study of hatha yoga, tantric philosophy, and ayurveda. She was one of the first in the country to earn her Yoga Therapist certification from the International Association of Yoga Therapists. In 2017 she earned her certifications as a Yoga for Healthy Aging teacher from Baxter Bell and as an Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist from the Himalayan Institute.

http://wildfloweryoga.com

https://www.youtube.com/user/Kellyogini

Rimmi Singh

Rimmi Singh is E-RYT500,  YACEP and an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor. She's been a dedicated practitioner for over 23 years and an instructor for over 19 years. Rimmi spent the first 20 years of her life in India, surrounded by Indian philosophy and traditions. Over the years, she studied the Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, Zen Buddhism, Vipasana meditation, Ayurveda and Sanskrit.

With wit, wisdom and a keen eye for alignment, Rimmi guides students through practices centered on Svadhyaya (self-study). Rimmi encourages students to balance strength & calm, flexibility & delight - on and off the mat.

For Rimmi, yoga is more than a series of physical poses; it is the science of attaining inner well-being. 

Rimmi's other passions are traveling, cooking and leading retreats.

For more information on her teaching and retreats, visit Roaming Buddha website.

To contact Rimmi, click here

Jen Randle

 Jen found her practice when she suffered a serious back injury that required emergency surgery. During her recovery, she felt blessed and energized by the healing benefits of daily meditation and yoga which were critical to her physical and mental improvement.  She began teaching in 2007, and in 2013 she completed her 500 hour advanced certification at the Yoga Center of Columbia. Jen is also a Balanced Bodies Pilates teacher with comprehensive certifications including Principles of Movement, Anatomy, and Mat 1-3. Reach out to Jen via email at JenRandleyoga@gmail.com


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