DISCOVER OUR TEACHERS
DISCOVER OUR TEACHERS
Meet Our Team
We teach the art of mind body connection
Our Yogis go through rigorous certification in order to capably guide others towards enrichment of the physical and spiritual self. We take pride in building strong, knowledgable instructors, to spread the teachings of yoga.
Mission Statement: To Inspire And Share The Knowledge Of Yoga Teaching To Yogis Worldwide
The YogaRenew Online Yoga Teacher Training Program was designed to enable yogis from all different backgrounds worldwide to be able to follow their dream and passion of getting their yoga teacher certification.
Our program was designed to make yoga teacher training accessible and affordable for all looking to deepen their practice and share their love of yoga to the world.
Our trainings offer you the opportunity to deeply enrich your practice and understanding of yoga. This comprehensive YTT will give you a strong foundation for yoga philosophy and practice.
As a student, you’ll learn all the aspects of yoga teacher training and learn all the skills needed to become a knowledgeable yoga teacher.
Our team is comprised of knowledgable and passionate yoga teachers
She also values the importance of self-study, discipline and curiosity. Movement is a common thread in her life since her childhood; beginning gymnastics at the age of five then transitioning into Karate-Do which then morphed into her yoga practice. For Allison, learning and sharing what she discovers is an essential component of her practice and teaching.
In addition to her public classes, Allison is a contributing writer for Yoga International and YogaUOnline. She co-leads a 200-hour yoga teacher training at Yoga Culture in Danbury, CT and teaches an array of workshops focusing on exploratory movement and propping.
Allison completed her 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training with Sonic Yoga in New York City and her 500-Hour Yoga Teacher Training with Cyndi Lee in New York City. She is also certified in Prenatal Yoga, Yoga Nidra, and Advanced Anatomy Studies.
Allison studies with Carrie Owerko (Iyengar Yoga), Jules Mitchell (Yoga Biomechanics), Jason Crandell (Vinyasa Yoga), and many other wonderful yoga teachers to continue educating herself in all that yoga has to offer. Teaching yoga is not just a passion for Allison, it is a way of life.
Outside of the yoga world, Allison is currently studying for a Masters Degree in Romance Languages. She speaks Spanish fluently and adores traveling in Latin America (and around the world). She spends her days off baking bread and spending time with her husband and their five cats. After graduating from college, she lived in Costa Rica working for the Arias Foundation for Peace and Human Progress. While she was there she also worked as a karate-do teacher and a freelance writer.
She is the co-owner of the Hudson Yoga Project in Hoboken, NJ. She is an ERYT500 certified teacher, certified Yin Yoga teacher, Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Teacher, and holds a certificate in Positive Psychology. She specializes in teaching vinyasa yoga classes with clear, fun, and thoughtful sequences to help her students advance in their practice.
When she’s not at the studio she loves to travel and jumps on any chance she can get to take a trip— especially to Italy, which is her favorite. Most weekends you can find her at home in her kitchen, making homemade pasta + drinking red wine while relaxing with her husband + baby boy.
Shortly after David created Yoganatomy.com where has written articles, a book, and a large number of online courses and workshops. David’s driving intention is to make anatomy simple and understandable so that the information is practical and applicable.
Rajaa’s yoga journey started in 2007 and her passion for yoga is transferred through her interactive classes where she approaches teaching with enthusiasm and joy. In her teaching Rajaa brings in a spirit of innovation along with tradition, while maintaining integrity and grace. Rajaa’s students always find their learning journey to be inspiring, challenging and rewarding.
Rajaa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture, is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a LEED Green Associate. She practiced for 15 years before she became a full time yoga teacher.
Claire believes the yoga tradition offers powerful tools for healing. She draws from personal experiences and her spiritual contemplations to present unique perspectives on grief, loss, and trauma. Through vivid language and a poetic voice, she hopes to connect closely to her readers. When leading a yoga class, Claire relates to her students with similar intention. Her personal yoga practice and teaching style emphasize thoughtful sequencing, steady pacing and unwavering emphasis on the breath. She designs each class to reveal what she values most about yoga, which is its remarkable ability to stretch our hearts - wonder-drenched and mystical places - so pain and joy, gratitude and grief can all exist, side by side.
"My mission has always been to inspire others through the sacred yoga teachings from India in situations and areas where students might not be regularly exposed to it or have access to it. I created YogaRenew as a way to help other yogis from all over the world be able to achieve their dream of deepening their yoga education and knowledge."