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Sarah has been a long time student of Iyengar Yoga and began teaching in 2003.  She recently completed her Iyengar mentorship with Aretha Blevins in Nashville, Tennessee.  Sarah has studied with many senior Iyengar teachers including Mary Obendorfer, Eddy Marks, Colleen Gallagher and Sharon Conroy.Sarah is drawn to the precision and art of Iyengar Yoga.  When she is not doing yoga, she is a professor of mathematics at both Gulf Coast and FSU.

Meet Stephanie! She was born and raised right here in Panama City, moved away for a bit but settled back here almost 13 years ago and started a family. She has a 200 RYT in Ashtanga Vinyasa as well as another 200 RYT in Hatha Yoga and has been passionately teaching yoga for 7 years. She has been exclusively teaching private lessons for a few years now and is excited to join the One Heart Yoga tribe! Stephanie loves making yoga fun and accessible for every body type and experience level, and she looks forward to teaching you!

Peter started meditating in 2007 with the Kwan Um School of Zen; in 2008 Peter went to live at a residential Zen center to deepen his practice of meditation. It was during this time that Peter discovered yoga. Peter first started out practicing a Kripalu vigorous yoga. The emphasis on the breath, in this style of yoga, and the vigorous practice really resonated with Peter, and he has been developing an Asana practice ever since.

Peter took his 5 precepts with the Kwan Um school of Zen in 2008, his 10 precepts in 2012 and has been a Dharma teacher in training for 3 years.

In 2014 Peter also completed his training with the University of Massachusetts Medical School and now meets the requirements to Facilitate mindfulness Based Stress Reduction classes.

Peter has attained two 200 hour Yoga teacher certifications. One based on many different practices which included Ashtanga Vinyasa, Hot Yoga, Yin Yoga, and Flow. Peter’s second 200 hr. training was solely focused on the Ashtanga vinyasa method.

At the present time, Peter’s main practice is Ashtanga vinyasa, but he loves Hot Yoga and has a daily meditation practice.

Peter’s joy in life comes from his Karma Yoga, or the Yoga of service, he volunteers at a local prison and also works with individuals that have suffered from a brain injuries every week to bring these contemplative practices to these and other populations in the community.

David first began his yoga journey shortly after exiting the US Navy. Experiencing both chronic nerve and joint pain throughout his body from rigorous training in the military, while also undergoing severe depression, it was only after the trial and error of numerous therapeutic options did he realize it was his yoga practice which remained the one true constant. The more his physical and psychological pain dissipated, the more he felt compelled to share this tool of healing with the world.

After practicing and learning the Ashtanga yoga method under the guidance of Peter Snyder, a member of the One Heart family, David ventured down to Miami in order to participate in Miami Life Center's 200hr Ashtanga Intensive program with renowned teachers Kino McGregor and Tim Feldmann. It is David's belief that each and every individual can benefit greatly from a consistent yoga practice, and more importantly everyone has the potential to begin this journey today in discovering peace of mind and a renewed vitality. In the words of Sir K. Pattabhi Jois, "Anyone can practice yoga. Young..Old...Except lazy people."

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