TOP-TIER YOGA TEACHERS
Founded and operated by yoga professionals, Yoga Hub vets and qualifies the area’s top yoga teachers and trains them as YogaPros to teach at our clients’ locations. We know that the teacher makes the class; our team is prepared to create an incredible experience for every student. We guarantee that our YogaPros are timely, communicative, and reliable, leaving you no worries- just good vibes.
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Amanda is a Boston-based yoga and fitness instructor, who loves writing, sharing, and teaching others how to find the strength that they already have. Her practice centers around self trust, self confidence and love. She is also the blogger behind The Sweat Life Boston, where she talks open and honestly about working out, working, and anything else that gets you sweaty! Follow her on Instagram at @thesweatlifebos.
Yoga Hub Founder & CEO
Ali Singer is ranked as Massachusetts’ number one yoga coach on Coachup.com. She aims to make yoga accessible for all people, and teaches in a variety of Boston locations such as the Boston Public Library, Museum of Science, Prudential Tower, Rose Kennedy Greenway, and hotels like the Hyatt, Westin, and Fairmont Copley.
Yoga Hub Director
Erika holds an M.A. in Humanities from the University of Chicago and an M.Ed. in Secondary Education from DePaul University. She served as an English teacher at Lincoln Park High School in Chicago for seven years where she was the curriculum team leader for freshman English and an avid member of the school’s instructional leadership team (ILT).
Warm, welcomed, and lighter are a few of the key aspects students take away from Ling's classes. By inviting her students to follow their unique journey, she creates space for all levels of students to engage in what they need at the moment. Her roots in relational psychotherapy and years of training for competitive equestrian vaulting (gymnastics on horseback) for the Chinese National Federation, inspire Ling's classes to be engaging, challenging, and creative. When she is not teaching, she enjoys improv dancing and sipping lavender lattes while reading outside.
Anna came to her mat in 2006 looking to transition to a new form of exercise after more than a decade of being a trained ballet dancer. Following her first class, Anna was instantly hooked on the positive vibrations yoga gave to her; the mind-body connection found on the mat.
Yoga has been a journey that began at the end of Adam’s college career in 2012. After taking a few yoga classes with some friends, and noticing the profound impact it had on his body, Adam began to study through books and videos online. This was a hobby that he would indulge during free time or after his time spent at the gym. After many years of weightlifting, however, the lengthening and opening of the body that yoga offered was a welcome reprieve to his tight muscles. This soon became Adam’s main form of movement to increase both his strength and flexibility. More importantly, however, he felt a great sense of ease in his body as well as his mind when he wasn’t on that mat. This is really what has kept him coming back all these years.
Tim's teaching emphasizes the primacy of breath and the cultivation of a moving meditative state while working towards a stable and enduring strength. He considers a good soundtrack, including silence, to be a key part of his classes as well as good humor for the tough bits. He encourages his students to practice self-compassion while on the mat and a whole-hearted approach to living beyond it.
Marni Prince has been practicing yoga and mediation for 15 years and draws inspiration from many styles including: Kundalini, Bikram, Iyengar, Vinyasa, Hatha, and more. She received her 200 hour teaching training from Sacred Seeds Yoga in Canton, Massachusetts and has also trained with many influential teachers including Stephen Cope, Daniel Orlansky, David Vendetti and Johnny Gillespie. Marni brings a creative and light hearted approach to teaching, while maintaining challenging and rewarding classes. Her goal is make yoga accessible to everyone by cultivating awareness, offering variations for postures, and encouraging students to listen to their bodies. Off the mat Marni is a graphic designer/artist and lives with her husband and step-daughter in Cambridge, MA.