ErinRose is an ACE certified personal trainer, group fitness and TRX certified instructor. She integrates her knowledge in fitness and nutrition to design dynamic and engaging programs combining cardiovascular, mobility, core, and strength training for her clients. She helps clients master functional movements to improve their strength and fitness and to build a foundation for further gains. In addition to her work as a personal trainer, she advocates for local charities and educates families on the importance of healthy eating and nutrition.
Jordan first come to yoga in the early 2000s as a means of supporting her distance running and quickly fell in love with the practice that changed both her body and mind. Through life, career, and relationship changes, yoga offered a source of space, clarity, and much needed peace. After encouragement from her teachers that it was “time,” and with a deep desire to share all that yoga had given her, she completed her 200-hour YTT with teachers Betsy Davis and Lauren Magarelli at Bhakti Barn Yoga in 2019.
Jordan’s classes are in the vinyasa style, linking breath to movement, and focusing on the space between the poses. Students should expect to move, sweat, and cultivate a deeper understanding of themselves. Classes are upbeat and dynamic – incorporating creative sequencing and drills to leave students feeling balanced, alert, and strong. Jordan bows in gratitude to each of her teachers, but especially Zeph, who taught her to let go into love; Theo, who teaches her that life is full of wonder and invention; and Poppy, whose love of movement is a continuous fountain of inspiration.
Vanessa Burkly holds her BFA in Fashion Design, with a specialization in Sportswear Apparel, from the Fashion Institute of Technology. Practicing yoga for five years led her to receive her 200-hour Registered Yoga Teaching Certificate in Hatha Yoga at the Bhakti Barn School of Yoga in Millburn, New Jersey in March of 2018. She strives to encourage her fellow students to be kind, present, patient and to also challenge themselves. What resonates most for her is that yoga can be integrated into everyday life. She currently works at School of Rock Hoboken as a Studio Coordinator, and she is also a Freelance Artist.
As a former ballet dancer, Hilary was naturally drawn to yoga. After discovering the power of vinyasa yoga to increase strength, flexibility, stamina and the possibilities within the physical body while exploring the power of breath and the mind, she was inspired to share this gift with others. As a Physical Therapist for over 20 years, Hilary believes in using her passion for alignment, movement, breath, strength and balance while teaching her classes. She loves to share her knowledge and experiences to help those on their path to self discovery and personal growth. When not practicing yoga or assisting her patients on their recovery, she enjoys spending time with her husband, 3 kids and 2 dogs.
Austin’s background stems from athletics, where he has experience as a collegiate athlete, playing basketball for Oberlin College and then professionally for a short period. He is a lifelong fitness and wellness enthusiast.
After several years of practicing yoga, Austin decided to become certified as a yoga instructor so that he could share the skills, techniques and training methods that he has found to be most effective. He has been working with teen athletes to enhance their goals on the field, court, etc.
Austin’s aim is to push people to reach their full athletic potential.
Tamara Tsoutsouris (EYT-200), completed her 200-hour teacher training at Bhakti Barn Yoga with Betsy Davis and Lauren Magarelli. She then continued her training with Dynamic Gentle Yoga guru Rudy Pierce and has taken advanced anatomy, sequencing, and assists trainings with Chris Loebsack, Vanessa Nassif and Betsy Davis, and Coaching for your Breathing Body with Leslie Kaminoff. She is working toward her 500-hour certification with the Bhakti Barn School of Yoga. Tamara is also certified in first degree Reiki.
In addition to teaching basic and vinyasa yoga, Tamara also teaches chair yoga for seniors, gentle yoga, and preschool yoga. She is a professional classical singer and brings a deep awareness of the importance of the breath to her teaching and her practice.
Tamara came to yoga, like so many, for the physical benefits: strength, flexibility, general well-being. What she found was so much more – a way of seeing herself and the world more clearly; a way to calm and still her mind. Yoga has helped Tamara link mind, body, and spirit, using the breath. For Tamara, it provides a system for clearing space, both in the body and in the mind.
Emily began practicing yoga by watching YouTube videos in her apartment as a way to unwind after stressful days in her 9-5 job. The emotional and mental changes she began to notice, along with increased physical strength and flexibility, intrigued her to explore the practice even further. She began taking classes almost daily at a local yoga studio, and within a year signed up for teacher training and left her corporate job. Emily’s classes are designed to be physically challenging, but she builds her sequences with plenty of modifications allowing students of all levels to practice and benefit from her teaching. She taps into her knowledge of traditional yoga philosophy to help students connect body, mind and spirit. Emily loves to find great songs that motivate her to move. Her upbeat playlists bring an element of fun to her classes and she feels the combination of movement and music is something her students really enjoy. Emily completed her 200 hour teacher training (200hr RYT) in 2019 at Bhakti Barn Yoga in Millburn, NJ. Her studies, under the guidance of Betsy Davis and Lauren Magarelli, included learning from a variety of yoga specialists in areas of Sanskrit Studies, Anatomy, Chakras, Ayurveda, Yoga Therapy, Restorative and Kundalini Yoga. When not teaching or practicing yoga, Emily is running around the dog park with her puppy Turbo. She loves the outdoors and enjoys traveling to warm places. Her chill time often includes watching The Office with her husband Michael.
Josephine was born and raised in Cambridge, Ohio, where she spent her mornings doing “Mousercise!” and her evenings in ballet class. She received a BFA in Musical Theatre with a concentration in Dance from Otterbein University in Columbus, Ohio, and went on to tour the country as Rumpleteazer in the 25th anniversary national tour of Cats.
In 2006, Josephine moved to New York City, where she worked at Gold’s Gym as their personal training coordinator until she made her Broadway debut as a Who in How the Grinch Stole Christmas. While playing the role of Regina in Broadway’s long-running Rock of Ages, Josephine went on to become a certified barre instructor and has taught over 2,000 hours of group and private classes.
Josephine is currently studying for the National Academy of Sports and Medicine exam. She now lives in South Orange, NJ, and can be seen walking around town with her dog, a Shiba Inu named Wicket. She passionately believes that everyone and everyBODY, at any level, can not only find a second home and community at a gym where their personal fitness goals can be realized and exceeded, but that one can transform their entire life through fitness and wellbeing.
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Julie was born and raised in Yorkshire, England, and went on to pursue a career in musical theatre for 22 years – performing in London’s West End and on Broadway.
Alongside Julie’s performing career, she has always had a passion for teaching and studying fitness. She is a certified AFAA, Fly Barre, Opa Jump and Xtend Barre instructor. She has taught internationally from the UK to Japan to Australia, and she takes great pride in teaching dance to children across New Jersey.
Julie is able to combine her extensive dance and fitness knowledge through her classes and is thrilled to be part of Humble’s team, where she continues her journey of guiding people toward all of their fitness goals.
Candace grew up in Cedar Grove, New Jersey, where she was a three-sport athlete (tennis, basketball, softball). She went on to attend Montclair State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education, and she is currently a health and physical education teacher. Growing up, her mom was a professional bodybuilder who inspired her to pursue a passion and career in fitness.
Candace began her personal training and group fitness journey at a local kickboxing studio that incorporated various types of strength and conditioning. She has her personal training, strength and conditioning and TRX certifications. Along with strength training, she has developed a passion for running. Candace is here to help you crush your fitness goals and become your best self!