Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Meet Some Connecticut Yoga Instructors!

I would like to introduce you to three of my very good friends who all live and teach Pilates and Yoga in Connecticut!


Amy Merli

Amy Merli is a professional performer who is based in Hartford CT. She currently performs and choreographs for CONNetic Dance a Contemporary Ballet company in Hartford CT. She is a 200 hour trained yoga instructor specializing in Vinyasa Power based Yoga and is also a ACE and NASM Certified Personal trainer who works 1 on 1 with clients. Along with her fitness expertise, Amy is a model with experience with dance, yoga and fashion modeling. You can learn more about Amy by visiting her website at www.AmyMerli.com


Emily Lutin

Emily Lutin, owner of The Movementality, believes in making Yoga accessible to all. She specializes in private yoga instruction for individuals, small groups, and special events. Emily works to increase your self-awareness by focusing on the connection between mind, body, and spirit.

With a holistic approach to life, Emily also runs an organizational business called Square One Organization. Here, she focuses on helping you make room for changes in your life, both literally and figuratively.

Her holistic goal is to help others live a self-aware, clutter-free life. Creating space for clarity, ease and enjoyment in every moment.


Kelly Scallion

Kelly Scallion is a STOTT Pilates Instructor trained in Level 1+2 Mat, Reformer, Cadillac, Chair and Barrels. Kelly also holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dance and Theatre from Manhattanville College, 2006.

Kelly has a deep kinesthetic understanding of the body and the ways it can move because of her many years of Modern Dance training. Kelly is a challenging and energetic instructor who prides herself in helping clients to reach their individual potential, while understanding their personal needs and goals.

You can learn more about Kelly, and her Pilates studio by visiting her website, Pure Body Pilates.


Amy said...

Yippie! :)

YogaMaendy said...

Hahahahha! YAY Amy! Keep up the good work!