Classes are offered both in studio, and virtually - choose how you want to practice.
Suzanne Mazzarelli’s yoga roots began with a heart-felt, alignment-based practice which eliminated her back pain and continues to influence her both on and off the mat. She is a certified Yoga Therapist and believes strongly in yoga as a healing practice that returns us to balance and wellness. Classes flow with precise alignment cues and an attention to breath. She is skilled at offering modifications for all body types, and levels of practice, and encourages her students to meet themselves (without judgement) where they are today – whether tired, tight and achy or energized and open. She specializes in working with students who experience chronic pain, whether it is physical or emotional. Suzanne also offers private Yoga Therapy Sessions.
Maria has been a dedicated yoga student since 2003, and completed her 200HR Yoga Teacher Training through Be Well Community Yoga in June of 2021. She seeks to help students deepen their body awareness and build physical strength and flexibility, while creating space for them to explore their consciousness, get in touch with deeper layers of self, and ease stress.
Crystal has been practicing yoga since 2017, initially for anxiety relief, back pain relief, and a natural way to sleep better. Throughout the years, she realized how beneficial yoga has been in so many more ways than she was seeking, and wanted to share her practice and internal healing with others. Crystal completed her 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training Certification in June 2021 through Be Well Community Yoga with Suzanne Mazzarelli as her teacher, mentor, and spiritual guide. With focus on a more therapeutic practice, she hopes to help others build strength and mental ease through movement and breath work.
Ally has been practicing yoga for 9 years, and earned her 200-HR yoga teacher certification in 2019. She is also a certified Mvt109 Facilitator and a Reiki Practitioner. Her main focus is a Vinyasa style practice with meditation and chakra integration.
Ally was originally drawn to yoga for the mental health benefits of calming the mind and moving energy through the body. She quickly fell in love with both yoga and meditation, and they quite literally changed her life. She believes yoga is a journey, different for us all. While we are all drawn to it for different reasons, it unifies us and brings us closer in a deeper way.
She’s passionate about clean eating, sustainable living, nature restoration, saving all the animals and the planet, one day at a time.
Following years of home practice, and enriched by his many powerfully influential teachers, Joe James is eager to share the practice he loves. Calm, laid-back, humorous and soothing, Joe’s teaching organically mirrors his own personality. As a RYT-200 instructor, Joe cultivates a safe, nurturing atmosphere, and invites his students into the world of yoga to explore and deepen their relationship to body, mind and breath.
Monica Zinke, a Canaan native, is a mom, nurse and outdoor enthusiast. Monica’s yoga practice deepened through the pandemic, finding a spiritual and emotional calm in trying times. She completed her YTT 200 hour training at Be Well Community Yoga in 2021. Monica is SUP yoga certified and you can often find her on her paddle board weather permitting. Monica’s practice includes hatha, vinyasa and restorative.
Christian started practicing yoga in 2014. He was initially drawn to Yoga as a means to complement his weight lifting, crossfit, and spartan races. What started as a purely physical pursuit has transcended to a journey of the body, mind, and spirit.
To Christian, Yoga (and the 8 limbs of Yoga) is about connection: with Self, with others, and to the energy that is in and around all of us. Christian is a 200-HR certified yoga teacher and Reiki Practitioner. He has a passion for sustainable living, minimalism, backpacking, camping, and climbing.
Skye began practicing yoga in 2018 when health issues called her to holistic healing. What began as a primarily at-home practice soon became rooted in community when she completed her 200hr teacher training in 2021 and learned to love teaching (and attending) studio classes. Skye values slow sequences that nourish body, mind and spirit, with an emphasis on mindfulness and breath as a tool for expansion.
Skye believes the trilogy of breathwork, movement, and meditation to be true medicine, and that within the ritual of yoga there is potential to find
immense freedom. In her day-to-day life, she works remotely as a fashion
copywriter. Outside of the studio, you can find her gardening, walking her cat, and dreaming up moon rituals!
Lindsey began her studies in belly dance 23 years ago with a focus on Indonesian and Egyptian styles. After years of training and mastering her art, she began performing and teaching. Lindsey has taught and performed professionally all over the northwest. Her classes are full of positive energy, giving her students confidence and empowerment.
Rose is a beloved facilitator who offers our monthly healing Gong Bath. She bring her open heart, sense of play, and many years of experience in both training in vibrational healing and playing the gong.