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Annie is a Level 1 & 2 graduate of Baptiste Power Yoga. Trained by the internationally known founder, Baron Baptiste, Annie's yoga foundation is based on fusing spiritual and physical alignment. She is also the dreamer and creator of Rise Power Yoga LLC. 
Mary stumbled into yoga in 2009 after being sidelined by a running injury, intending to practice only until she could run again. Instead, within weeks of focused practice, she discovered the magic of yoga. It became a wonderful vehicle for self-discovery, leading to better health, strength, insight, and happiness. Mary teaches a challenging, but accessible, power vinyasa class with a focus on alignment and breath. Expect to be guided safely through integrated poses that build strength and flexibility, sweat, have fun, and open your heart. Her hope with her teaching is to share the benefits yoga has brought to her life with her students.
Certifications:
• Levels One and Two Restorative Teacher Training with Jillian Pransky
• 200-hour RYT® Power Vinyasa Teacher Training with Denise Bonnaig of Princeton Power Yoga
• Currently enrolled in 500-hour RYT® Advanced Teacher Training with Naime Jezzeny and Sue Elkind of Dig Yoga
For more information, please visit: http://mary-cullen.com
Kelly discovered her passion for fitness after the birth of her first child in 2006. She began teaching pilates, cardio interval and aqua exercise along with motivating many to live a healthier lifestyle. Kelly is also an avid participant in a variety of races including running (5ks to marathons), triathlons, and even a few “mud runs” for good measure.

While she had always enjoyed the physical benefits of yoga as a compliment to her vigorous exercise schedule, in 2010 Kelly became more intensely drawn to the practice for the spiritual and mental benefits. She began her journey to a certified yoga instructor at Princeton Center for Yoga and Health under the guidance of Cheryl Delaney. In 2013, Kelly became a lululemon ambassador.

Kelly believes that yoga keeps her balanced both inside and out and enjoys sharing her passion with her
students. Her classes are challenging and playful, encouraging students to balance strength and softness in their practice.


With a particular focus on new students and beginners looking to deepen their practice, Tim provides an easy learning atmosphere for all levels. Furthermore, he enjoys teaching in both his native English as
well as Spanish while introducing Sanskrit terms for various poses and yogic philosophy.
Tim spent the past 3 years living in Santiago, Chile providing yoga instruction for both individuals and groups. During his time there, he maintained a steady Ashtanga practice at the Yogashala with Professor Surya Claudio Riquelme. Tim taught private sessions as well as weekly vinyasa classes at Patagonia store in El Golf and was invited as featured instructor to EcoCamp Patagonia to teach 5 days of classes in Torres del Paine (February 2014.)
Prior to his move to Chile, Tim was a regular instructor in the Princeton community having taught group yoga classes at CANDO Fitness, Princeton Center for Yoga & Health, Princeton University Dillon Gym, Gratitude Yoga and Simply Yoga (January 2010 - June 2011). He began his yoga instruction at Brickell
Yogashala and SportsClub LA in Miami, FL in 2009.
CERTIFICATIONS
RYT® 200 / Power & Vinyasa Flow / 2008 Miami Yogashala
RYT® 500 / Integrative Yoga Therapy / 2010 Kripalu Yoga Center Years of practice: 14
Years teaching: 5
Rebecca started practicing yoga right here in Princeton eleven years ago, as an undergraduate at the University. After graduating, Rebecca moved to Asia and traveled to India to deepen her hatha yoga practice at the Isha Yoga Center in Coimbatore. In 2011, she moved back to Princeton and practiced in this very studio. As Rebecca's practice evolved, she felt inspired to teach and pursued her teacher training under the tutelage of her first yoga teacher, Michael Cremone. She went on to teach at the studio for a year before moving to Philadelphia. Since then, Rebecca has been teaching power yoga classes at Philly Power Yoga in addition to teaching Princeton University athletes and students at the Lawrenceville School. Now, she is excited to be back in Princeton teaching at her home studio and immersing in the studio community.
Jesse is certified in Body-Mind Centering® Embodied Anatomy and Yoga, Developmental Movement and Yoga, and as a Somatic Movement Educator.
Avocado lover, sunset chaser, fearless Chicana, and yogin are just some of the ways to describe Irene. What began as a purely physical practice 15 years ago led Irene to discover the many spiritual, emotional and mental benefits of a well-rounded yoga practice. She completed her 200 hour Yoga Alliance Certified Vinyasa teacher training program at Younique Yoga, Allenhurst, NJ and soon after began her teaching journey.

Irene is known for her authentic, non-judgmental teaching style and compassion-centered philosophy. Her style brings together elements of strength, flexibility and balance, encouraging students to break through their perceived limitations both on and off the mat. Her classes are accessible to yogins of all potential shapes, ability, ages and interest. She takes tremendous pride in putting together the perfect playlist and aims to set the right vibe for each class. Irene has a deep gratitude for the loving wisdom all of her teachers and students have shared with her throughout the years. She is delighted and honored to join the community at Rise Power Yoga.

Annie is a Level 1 & 2 graduate of Baptiste Power Yoga. Trained by the internationally known founder, Baron Baptiste, Annie's yoga foundation is based on fusing spiritual and physical alignment. She is also the dreamer and creator of Rise Power Yoga LLC. 
Mary stumbled into yoga in 2009 after being sidelined by a running injury, intending to practice only until she could run again. Instead, within weeks of focused practice, she discovered the magic of yoga. It became a wonderful vehicle for self-discovery, leading to better health, strength, insight, and happiness. Mary teaches a challenging, but accessible, power vinyasa class with a focus on alignment and breath. Expect to be guided safely through integrated poses that build strength and flexibility, sweat, have fun, and open your heart. Her hope with her teaching is to share the benefits yoga has brought to her life with her students.
Certifications:
• Levels One and Two Restorative Teacher Training with Jillian Pransky
• 200-hour RYT® Power Vinyasa Teacher Training with Denise Bonnaig of Princeton Power Yoga
• Currently enrolled in 500-hour RYT® Advanced Teacher Training with Naime Jezzeny and Sue Elkind of Dig Yoga
For more information, please visit: http://mary-cullen.com
Kelly discovered her passion for fitness after the birth of her first child in 2006. She began teaching pilates, cardio interval and aqua exercise along with motivating many to live a healthier lifestyle. Kelly is also an avid participant in a variety of races including running (5ks to marathons), triathlons, and even a few “mud runs” for good measure.

While she had always enjoyed the physical benefits of yoga as a compliment to her vigorous exercise schedule, in 2010 Kelly became more intensely drawn to the practice for the spiritual and mental benefits. She began her journey to a certified yoga instructor at Princeton Center for Yoga and Health under the guidance of Cheryl Delaney. In 2013, Kelly became a lululemon ambassador.

Kelly believes that yoga keeps her balanced both inside and out and enjoys sharing her passion with her
students. Her classes are challenging and playful, encouraging students to balance strength and softness in their practice.

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