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Targeted Yoga

Join us for our Therapeutic Yoga and Movement Classes!
Yoga sessions are drop-in and are held at the Main Line Haverford office.

Please call us at 610-664-2524 for info.
Yoga Classes
Tuesday Mid-Day 12:00-1:00 PM Restorative with Mindy:
Explore the opening and softening of muscles, joints and ligaments as well as the heart and soul in this gentle class using blocks, blankets, and bolsters for support.
TBD-call if interested
ChildLight Yoga with Katie
Movement, mindfulness and fun combine to help kids build self esteem, resilience, coping skills, and wellness.





Private individual sessions
with our yoga instructors-
Call to inquire!

Mindy Marcozzi

Mindy Marcozzi was introduced to yoga in 1998 and fell in love with how the practice was able to connect the mind, body and soul through stilling the mind one pose at a time. She has been athletic all her life participating in gymnastics, swimming, cheerleading and playing Field Hockey and Lacrosse in High School and at Eastern University as well as having the opportunity to coach.

Mindy received her 250 hour training at Yahweh Yoga in Arizona in April 2011. She is trained in the Principals of Alignment through Anusuara. She is a Certified Christian Yoga Instructor as well as a Registered Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance. Mindy has also received certifications from Hippocrates Health Institute, the Living Foods Institute and has been trained as a Raw Food Chef through Alissa Cohen.

Mindy enjoys encouraging folks to grow physically and spiritually through practicing principals of Christian Yoga on and off the mat.

Katie Mens, MA, LPC, BC-DMT, CCLYI

"ChildLight Yoga provides yoga and mindfulness education to children in schools and communities, and to professionals whose work supports the well-being of children.  It is our mission to teach strategies that help children and youth develop resilience, positive perceptions, good health habits and mindful awareness."- www.childlightyoga.com

Katie has been a dancer of all techniques her whole life. After graduating from college with a degree in BA in Dance/Psychology she worked as a counselor with special needs children.  Though difficult this was gratifying so Katie decided to return to school.  She received a MA in dance/movement therapy and counseling from Columbia College Chicago in 2007.  Katie has been working with child victims of domestic violence for the past 6 years.  In 2014, Katie furthered her skills and knowledge by becoming a certified ChildLight yoga instructor.  ChildLight Yoga has provided Katie with a heightened ability to engage children through the use of yoga poses and provide an opportunity for children to explore movement in a fun and supportive environment.

Sarah Trout Martyn, LMT, RYT

Sarah took her first yoga class in 2005.  At that time she had just survived a very dark period of her life and was searching for healing.  She says, "I will never forget the connection to myself and my breath that I found in my first class, and in particular in my first Savasana. It was absolutely transformative, and I have never looked back."  Sarah completed her 200-hour teacher training in 2011 at East Eagle Yoga in Havertown.  Sarah enjoys teaching both brand-new beginners, as well as assisting experienced Yogis in deepening and challenging their practice.  Sarah's background as a licensed massage therapist gives a unique spin to her classes, and her hope is that her nurturing energy and passion for assisting others in their journey of self-discovery and self-love helps to make each and every one of her classes an opportunity for a renewal of spirit. 

Sarah also offers private and semi-private Yoga sessions.  These take place during normal office hours.  Clients can find up to date class offerings, as well as information about private Yoga sessions here: 
http://sarahmartyn. massagetherapy.com/yoga-



Xandra O'Neill

Xandra first discovered yoga when she was living in the Fairmount neighborhood of Philadelphia in 2005. She knew nothing about yoga, was intimidated by the idea of going to a class, and decided to sign up for a private session with Corina Benner at Wake Up Yoga. During that first yoga experience, something shifted in her. She had always avoided exercise and in yoga found something that felt like a natural extension of herself. She signed up for a beginner’s series, and from there her yoga practice grew.


In the years that followed, as she moved back to the suburbs, got married, became a health and wellness coach and a mama, yoga continued to be an important part of her path. She found that she felt her best when she practiced two or three times a week and she discovered in yoga not just a physical exercise practice – yoga became her spiritual home.


After spending years taking classes from teachers including Julie Pogachefsky, Jennifer Nehila, Kayla Fell, and Kate DeRosa Howell, she discovered the common thread that linked them all, and she found her way back to Corina and Wake Up Yoga to complete her 250 hour yoga teacher training in 2015. She has also completed prenatal (with Shiya Furstenau, May 2015) and yin yoga trainings (with Corina Benner, May 2015).


She continues to learn and explore through her own life and practice and she brings that into the safe and sacred space where she teaches, connecting every day experiences to the practice and teachings of yoga.


Xandra has always believed in the power of taking care of ourselves in order to best take care of others, and her yoga practice has shown her that lesson in action as she has watched her family and those around her soak up so much of what she has learned and come to live through yoga.

In addition to teaching, practicing, and immersing herself in yoga, Xandra coaches women along the path of sacred becoming, writes daily, gets to the ocean whenever she can, and spends time with her loving and supportive family – her husband, daughter, and their cat.