Debra is a Certified Baptiste Yoga Teacher and has completed Level One, Level Two, Level Three, Art of Assisting, Advanced Art of Assisting, Art of True North Alignment and Baptiste Power Yoga Instructor Credential Course with Baptiste Yoga.
Debra is also a Certified Power Vinyasa Yoga Teacher with Divine Power Yoga where she earned her first 200 hrs.
She loves sharing the power of the Baptiste Methodology with her students and witnessing their transformations on and off the mat.
Kristen arrived on the yoga mat with a sense of longing and deeper connection. After her first Baron Baptiste influenced practice 6 years ago, she was hooked! She believes yoga should be joyful and celebratory, allowing each person to develop a light and grateful heart. Join her for an invigorating and strong practice infused with laughter and sweat!
Kristen is also a professional photographer, world traveler, and Shamballa Light Reiki Master.
Liz first came to PPY as a student and completed her 200 hour Yoga Teacher certification in Power Flow. Liz teaches a strong Vinyasa flow practice and a soothing slow flow. Liz weaves in inspiring meditation readings and awesome music into her classes.
Sonya is a certified personal trainer who, for many years, has known how important movement is for the body. After recently completing her 200 hour yoga teacher training and becoming a certified yoga instructor, her main professional goal is to improve the physical and mental health of the entire world! On a path to share the peace and healing yoga brings her, she is excited to add the gift of sharing yoga with you to the services she offers.
Lourdes (Lulu) has practiced and instructed a wide variety of fitness based classes since 2003 which include Pilates, Aerobics, Kickboxing, Step Aerobics and Zumba. Lourdes has taught in Montreal, Canada, up state New York, Miami and her home now in SWFL.
She teaches a style of Mat Pilates known as "The Power of Less", taught in a warm room (84 degrees). She will teach and inspire you to focus your breath and to move with control and purpose to improve flexibility, muscle tone, body balance, spinal support and lower back health.
Diane began to moderately practice yoga in her mid-thirties to repair injuries to body. When her third child began the long journey of health and developmental challenges, she increased her home yoga practice to six days a week. She believes that her practice was a beautiful, necessary, decade old gift from her nonverbal autistic son. She deepened beyond a physical practice by reading voraciously about yoga and studying yogic texts. She is a 500-hour RYT who is learning Sanskrit.
She has practiced and studied a wide range of styles to include Hatha, Yin, and Ashtanga. Inversions, arm balances, and Vinyasa yoga are all favorite aspects of her steady practice.
She has spent most of her years teaching yoga to people seeking a new path to heal physical issues, helping them become more connected to their bodies in private and corporate sessions. Her personal quest/theme and sometimes anthem is tattooed on her neck which reads “What freedom looks like.” This is indicative of her playful, creative nature and deep desire to help others create more freedom on and off their mats.