200 S Washington Blvd
Sarasota, FL 34236
Nancy Zampella, MS, E-RYT, has been a full-time yoga educator since 2001, helping her students reap yoga's therapeutic and joyous benefits. She regularly teaches group classes and workshops on topics such as: Yoga & Nutrition for Weight Loss, Digestive Wellness, Cancer Prevention, Anti-Inflammatory Yoga & Nutrition: Remedies for Arthritis, Allergies & More, Yoga & Nutrition for Insomnia, Holistic Stress Management, etc.
Continuing her studies across many modalities, Nancy recent pursuits include recognizing a desperate need for myofascial release which she brings to her students via body rolling and Yin Yoga.
Nancy is available to lead seminars, workshops, corporate yoga programs, yoga parties, wellness and yoga presentations for all types of groups. The following section on workshops indicates some of the possible topics, but specific, customized subjects are always an option.
Nancy’s past workshopsinclude: Body Rolling for Happy Hips, Yoga for the Feet, Yoga for Shoulders and Neck, Anti-Inflammatory Yoga, Yoga for Insomnia, Passive Stretching: Yin Yoga and Body Rolling, The Rite to Bare Arms, Twist & Shout, Asana, Aromatherapy & Ahhhh!
As a holistic nutrition consultant, Nancy considers all the aspects of a client's lifestyle (diet, self-care habits, stress level, exercise and sleep habits, etc.) to discover how they affect the total state of that individual's health. By recognizing each person's biochemical uniqueness, Nancy works with her clients to develop individual health protocols using diet, supplement, botanical, and lifestyle suggestions intended to complement the body's natural healing abilities. She obtained her Master's degree in holistic nutrition from Hawthorn University in 2010.
A writer since an early age, Nancy has a B.A. inJournalism, and worked for many years as a marketing, advertising, and web content professional. She currently makes her living part of the time as a freelancewriter, and has written extensively about yoga and nutrition for many organizations and publications including Sarasota's own Natural Awakenings and Positive Change magazines.
Nancy is available to lead seminars, workshops, and presentations for corporate audiences as well as for government, social and civic organizations. Her programs are always educational, inspirational, and entertaining! While her programs are universally applicable to a wide variety of audiences, each program is customized to suit the individual organizational objectives.
Contact Nancy directly at 941-228-3326 or send an e-mail to email@example.com
Emily Mahoney grew up in Michigan and has lived in Sarasota since 1986. She followed several career paths before discovering her passion for yoga, both as a student and a teacher.
Emily's teaching style reflects her personality: enthusiastic, playful, funny, relaxed, yet serious about teaching. Her dream is to inspire and be inspired as a teacher of yoga well into her 90’s!
Jennifer Slusarz dropped into her first yoga class nearly fifteen years ago and immediately felt at home on her mat. A desire to deepen her knowlege and expand her practice led her to Yoga Libre's first Teacher Training program in 2015. She became RYT 200 certified in 2016, and is excited to begin sharing her love of yoga with students at Yoga Libre.
Jennifer is a self-proclaimed "crazy cat lady" who shares a home with her husband James, and their six cats.
Tony Romeo and Thomas Daue together have well over 40 years combined experience in training and teaching of the Martial Arts and have achieved black belt ranks in several accredited styles including Shinto Yoshin Jiujitsu, Wado Ryu Karate, and Judo. Their background in Kuntao, Baguazang and Arnis make them uniquely qualified to present a self defense program for all levels.
After practicing martial arts for close to 20 years, Randy Stich took a yoga class and fell in love with the Ujjayi breath and yoga’s attention to physical alignment. He was overjoyed when, in less than a year of doing yoga, the neck injuries he sustained from two car crashes (not his fault!) and resulting loss of upper body strength resolved. Now he does headstands and handstands!
He became a RYT-200 in 2016 so he could share the benefits of yoga with others.