Yoga at The Point offers wonderful yoga practices for all levels lead by a group of amazing Yoga Instructors. Get to know our instructors.
Instructor & Yoga at The Point’s Event Coordinator
Pauline’s yoga journey began many years ago while still a collegiate athlete. Yoga was an integral part of her training as a distance runner. She was fortunate to train under a coach that recognized the importance of elongating muscles through a yoga practice to counteract the compacting of muscles that occurs with vigorous strength training. In addition to being an Instructor, she is also Yoga at The Point’s Event Coordinator.
Patricia Bastia, 200RYT, has been practicing yoga for a super long time, and teaching it for the past 6 years. She has a playful, lighthearted approach to yoga and believes that yoga is for everybody and EVERY. BODY. All ages, all shapes and sizes, all levels of experience, all right!
Nicole is a passionate people-person who strives to connect and unite with others through yoga.
Arden doesn’t remember the first time she did yoga. Since then, yoga has become a genuine and inseparable part of her life.
Aeriel loves yoga!
YOU are invited – breathe, move, extend, release, howl, discover…Raise your hands!
Feel the breeze, hear the birds, smell the air, feel the earth, take in the beauty inside of you and all around! United Together – Yoga
Come join me!
Kathy is a Laughing Elephant Yoga RYT 200 certified yoga teacher with an energetic practice.
Allie Morelli is is a Certified Community Health Worker as well as a graduate of the University of Rhode Island’s Master of Public Administration, and Rhode Island College’s Health Care Administration and Gerontology program. When you attend her class, she wants you to have fun in a judgment-free space! Options are available for ALL!
Ryan began practicing yoga with consistency to recover from injury several years ago. He believes that the utilization of breath and movement combined with strength, focus and effort can lead to overall healing that transcends the physical.
Alicia is a 200HR RYT and advanced reiki practitioner. Yoga for Alicia is the journey of creation, acceptance, and peace. Her goal is to guide you to express yourself on the mat in way that can translate off the mat. She will do her best to help you find and expand your breath, explore feeling, and be as brilliantly you as possible.
Jessie Jewels is a full time artist, yogi and fire dancer. She uses her background in education (B.S. in Education Studies from Rhode Island College), her experience as an art teacher for St. Mary’s School (North Providence, RI), and her training instructing yoga and meditation (200 hour yoga teacher training with Coral Brown) has led her to developing her own curriculum and workshops teaching art out of her home studio and across Southern New England.
Sara has been curious about yoga since 2003, and committed to making it a daily practice 5 years ago to keep herself mentally and physically strong throughout adulthood. Sara completed her 200 hour teacher training under Debbie Valois and Lori Mancini at Laughing Elephant Yoga, and is honored to share the gift of yoga with others.
Heather Paris is a Yogi, Certified Family Life Coach, Best-Selling Author, Strategic Interventionist, Marriage Educator, Certified Breathwork Practitioner and Neuro-Linguistic Programmer.
Hi!! I am Tanya. Yoga is a relationship that is built between the body, the mind, the heart and the spirit. My goal is to encourage and support you to nurture and love yourself as you move towards wholeness. I teach ways we can let go of what is no longer serving us and what “pains” us. I invite you to find space in your body and mind to allow and encourage new and beautiful things to come your way. Yoga is freedom and release.