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Kimber-lee Jacobsen

Kimber-lee Jacobsen Owner/ERYT-200

From birth to present day, Kimber-lee has created a life surrounded by movement, rhythm and sound. A singer by trade, bringing sound & rhythm into spiritual practice has been part of her mission. Trained in 2014 by The Heron Dance, Yoga & Meditation studio, she received certifications in meditation, hatha and vinyasa yoga. She is a certified energy medicine & sound healing practitioner, studying with Fairhaven Healing Arts since February of 2017.

She is passionate in her teaching, and loves finding new ways to make yoga accessible to all walks of life.

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Sarah Dwyer RYT-200

Sarah Dwyer is a yoga teacher who received her 200-hour training from Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. She has additional certifications in Kripalu Yoga in Schools and Deep Play for Kids. Sarah has a passion for teaching yoga that is accessible to all ages and abilities. Sarah’s classes empower students of all ages to connect to their own body, mind and spirit, and to create an intention each student can bring with them off the mat and out in to the world.

Nicole Lebreux

Nicole Lebreux RYT-200

Nicole Lebreux has been practicing yoga for over a decade and became a teacher in 2014 to share her passion with others. Nicole's classes are mindful, intuitive, and meditative and she loves introducing beginners to the many benefits of yoga in the body, mind, and spirit. Nicole provides a welcoming space where you are free to practice your yoga without expectations or judgement. She has trained with Cathy Cesario of Spirit Tree Yoga and Alison Bologna of Shri Urban Revitalization Yoga and is a registered RYT-200 teacher with the Yoga Alliance. Nicole looks forward to learning with you on the yogic path!


Chelsea Leblanc RYT-200

Chelsea started practicing yoga 10 years ago and since then, her journey has been shaped by the transitional periods of her life. This has led her to receive her 200 hour teacher training at Down Under School of Yoga in Boston in 2017, Childplay Yoga Certification in 2012 as well as continuing education classes for pediatric yoga. As an occupational therapist, she is passionate about merging her love of therapy and yoga to create classes that are holistic and accessible to all adults and children.

Keri Lyn Cusson

Keri Lyn Cusson RYT-200

Keri’s passion for the practice of yoga and meditation was ignited in 2012 after taking her first meditation class. After that she began the physical asana practice and has been expanding her practice consistently since 2013. She holds her Master’s of Social Work degree and uses positive psychology, mindfulness and meditation concepts to help others heal. She strongly believes in the law of attraction and views mind-body-soul as a union that deserves to be nurtured in order for individuals to thrive.

Keri earned her 200 hour yoga teacher certification with Karson McGinley at Happy-U Namaste Yoga Center, the only studio with a program based in positive psychology in San Diego, California.

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Alexis Costa RYT-200

Alexis practices a mindful approach to health and wellness as well as keeping a happy balance to life. She began her yoga practice in 2015. Yoga had magnified everything wonderful about life and the universe aligned Alexis with the opportunity to lead yoga classes. She studied power vinyasa yoga from Fred Busch in Miami, Florida and received her 200hr certification in February of 2017. Alexis is continuing her studies with the Fairhaven healing arts and is a practitioner of energy medicine and sound healing. Alexis designs her classes to benefit yogis from all levels: beginners, intermediate, advanced, injured, etc. liberating you from the limits you hold yourself to through mindful body movements and spiritual guidance. Most of all she believes in having fun and taking an open, relaxed approach to yoga on and off the mat.


Tracy Clarke RYT-200

A lifelong mover, Tracy has for the past 30+ years been an actress, dancer, and teacher of theatre and stage combat. She was initially drawn to yoga as a compassionate alternative to the high impact of dance classes. She ultimately found that yoga was healing for her body and her soul.

Knowing this was the path she needed to pursue, she dove into her yoga practice, ultimately deciding that teaching yoga was her natural next step.

Tracy completed her 200 hour yoga teacher certification through Pranotthan School of Yoga, hosted by All That Matters in Wakefield, RI. She hopes to help others find their inner light through breath, movement and voice.Tracy teaches a variety of yoga styles. Encouraging you to begin with breath, to listen to and honor your body, she invites you to intensify or modify to suit your needs. Tracy creates a welcoming environment for students of all levels to explore with non-judgmental awareness of self.

Molly O'Leary

Molly O'Leary RYT-200

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