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Peace. Love. Light. Namaste.

Beth Egbert

I took my first yoga class in 1974 at the School of Yoga in Houston, Texas and it was love at first stretch.  I had an immediate connection with the physical practice, Hatha Yoga, as well as, the teachings that go hand in hand with a yogi devotee working on the spirit of positive change.  My yoga practice continues to change my life, the physical practice lends itself to building strength, flexibility, and finding balance.  The breath work brings a greater awareness to quieting the mind thus allowing a sweet connection to the goodness within.  My style of teaching has been influenced and inspired by my many teachers over the years.  Vinyasa flow, which is a linking of one yoga posture to another in a rhythmic fashion, moving with the inhales and the exhales, building body heat, is my primary style of teaching the postures (asanas), accompanied by hands-on assist and adjustments.  My yoga practice continues to bring more light, love, joy, peace and happiness to my life and it is my hope that I can inspire the same beautiful process in all that practice with me.

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Teaching Certifications and Experience:

  • 200 Hour RYT through YogaFit - Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance since 2006
  • Steadily Teaching Yoga for the last 7 yearsStudied under Charly Pivert, certified Anusara Yoga Instructor, John Friend, and Rod Stryker
  • Previously held certification as a Dance Aerobic Instructor, teaching dance aerobics for  over 10 years at different fitness studios and at Galveston College
  • Practicing Registered Nurse, Certified Diabetes Educator