Lynn Peebles
Lynn Peebles, is a Nia and MELT Method instructor and founder of Studio 208. Lynn has trained with Nia founders Debbie and Carlos Rosas at Nia’s international headquarters in Portland, OR. She also teaches Nia at Sportsplex-New Windsor, NY ( and Stone Ridge Healing Arts Center in Stone Ridge, NY. She is certified as a MELT Method Instructor and has trained exclusively with MELT creator Sue Hitzmann. Lynn is an AFAA Certified Group Exercise Instructor.

Beth Abarca
Jennifer Creta
Jennifer began her training at the young age of three years old. She has been classically trained at the Joffrey Ballet School in Manhatten, and has a Bachelor’s degree in Dance from Hunter College. She has performed at various venues through out the years and has been teaching Dance Fusion and Zumba at Sports Fitness and Fun in Florida, NY. Jennifer teaches with a great deal of energy and enthusiasm and her wish is to share her love for movement with all those who will join her.
Nancy Graziano
Arthur Mitchell
Arthur is a certified yoga instructor, and martial arts instructor with a second degree black belt in jujutsu. He is also a reiki master, certified metaphysical counselor, and a student and teacher of a course in miracles. He has been engaged in various forms of physical/spiritual practices since the age of 8.

Tina Robie

Tina completed her yoga teacher and yoga therapy certification through Yoga Mountain in 2008 and 2010, and has been teaching yoga for ten years. She’s a graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, and a Level l Reiki practitioner who values a holistic and individualized approach to health.

“Through yoga, I’m aware of the importance of breath in stilling the mind and awakening the body to surrender to inner wisdom. I’ve been practicing yoga for over 25 years and continue to delight in returning to the mat. Yoga is a practice that supports my intention to maintain balance in mind, body and spirit, and roots me in the spiritual aspects of life. It brings mindfulness into my daily activities.”

Tina teaches yoga at the Storm King Yoga Studio in Cornwall, Storm King Art Center, and at Planned Parenthood Mid-Hudson Valley for the staff and volunteers.
Matt Robillard
The wonderful health benefits of practicing Yoga were made quickly clear to me during my third year in college. (2011) I showed up to a Yoga class one evening feeling run down with a cold and upon completion of the hour-long asana practice I no longer felt sick! From that point on I knew there was something to the ancient practice of Yoga and continued my pursuit of knowledge as my life would allow it. After graduating college in 2013 I attended a month-long Living Yoga Training program Satchidananda Ashram-Yogaville in Buckingham County, Virginia. The program, which focused deeply on the philosophy of Yoga, meditation multiple times a day, and deliberate movement of the body with focused awareness expanded my knowledge by leaps and bounds.
Following this experience I saved up enough money to attend my 200-hour Teacher Training at the Kripalu Institute of Yoga and Health. The Kripalu lineage, whose philosophy is that of “self-observation without judgement”, helped to fortify the path to deep understanding of the core teachings of Yoga that I had already embarked on. I spent an intensive month studying asanas, proper alignment, sequencing, and how to create an intentional space conducive to inner exploration of the self.
I then stayed on at Kripalu for another year as a volunteer in the Karma Yoga program. Karma is a Sanskrit word which translates to ‘action’ and the essence of the program was to provide service to all those visiting Kriplau in hopes to deepen their connection with self. I learned the benefits of living in an intentional community and again came to a greater understanding of how to live Yoga every moment of every day.
Since then I have been deepening my personal practice through asana, meditation, and study of various Yogic texts. I have found my own personal style of practice centered around acute awareness, curiosity, and a playfulness that helps to create ease in my life. My aim as a Yoga teacher is to guide my students deeper into themselves, discover a new relationship with body and mind, and to have a blast while doing so! I try my darndest not to take myself too seriously and you’ll often find me laughing my way through class as I create a map for my students to navigate the juxtaposition of the inner and outer worlds.
Angie Sommerfeld
Trained at YogaWorks SoHo in NYC my background has roots in the Iyengar, Ashtanga and Viniyoga systems. In my hatha and vinyasa classes I make use of props to suit the individual. I tailor each class to the students in the room, offering different options for every level of experience and ability. Throughout the class my attention is on the students, offering verbal guidance and hands-on adjustments continually. I enjoy teaching classes specifically geared towards beginners and open level flow classes. I strive to create a safe and non-competitive environment where each participant can find their own expression of each pose and have fun!

I aim to inspire others to find the best in themselves through yoga.

Elizabeth Vomero
Elizabeth was inspired by a meeting with Shri Brahmananda Sarasvati to begin an intense study of Yoga. She studied with Yogi Cidakasa, Ramesh Lahiri, received RTA certification from Paula Heitzner and continues to study Kriya Yoga under Swami Prajnanananda.
Sandy Wells
Sandy has been coaching individuals, couples and organizations in the skills of body-centered awareness, emotional intelligence and positive change for almost 20 years. Her work illuminates strengths, dreams and desires while engaging mindfulness and personal responsibility. In addition to earning a BA in English from NYU and a Master's Degree in Psychology from Vermont College, Sandy has had the privilege of training with Virginia Sandlin, Master Charles Cannon, Drs. Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks, Natalie Goldberg, Thich Nhat Hanh and many other teachers. In her own words, "All my life, I have been dedicated to evolutionary learning--personally and professionally. My passion is to elicit the vibrance and creativity that we all possess through the practice of mindfulness so that we can leave a legacy of sustainability for our children and grandchildren."