Founder/Creative Director, Owner of Hamptons Yoga Healing Arts, Abby has been teaching yoga since 2004, Certified eRYT, 800 HOUR Certified Jivamukti Yoga Teacher, apprenticed with Lady Ruth Lauer Manenti at Jivamukti Yoga School NYC.Hamptons Yoga Healing Arts is now a Jivamukti Affiliate Yoga School. Abby shares her deep love of the ancient teachings & practices of yoga that have been passed down to her through her teachers Sharon Gannon and David Life, and mentor Lady Ruth Lauer Mannenti, and the whole Jimamukti lineage. In her classes, Abby blends the wisdom teachings with mantras on harmonium, offers poetry and parable, throughout her carefully sequenced classes. As a forever student of yoga, she humbly continues to deepen her understanding of all that comes up through her daily sadhana.
In class, you will be skillfully guided through heat building asanas, accompanied by inspired music and supportive hands on assists, leading to a long expansive shavasana and meditation.
Abby is also Certified Level 4 Thai Yoga Bodyworker through Lotus Palm, Kripalu...more
Yoga Instructor/Art Directer / Curator
Skip is a Certified Registered Yoga teacher via Yoga Alliance, and Certified Jivamukti Yoga 300 hours, having recently completed the training in Govardan India.
Skip's yoga classes are both thoughtful and thought provoking. He brings to his classes and new ways of seeing into the heart via the practices and music, art, and poetry. Skip, a native of Westhampton is Abby's husband and partner in life and work. He shares with her a strong devotion to the teachings, arts and yoga.
Allie earned her 200 hour Yoga Alliance certification as an apprentice with Abby. She has a deep devotion and love for the 8 Limbs. You will find her teaching various types of classes all summer, and subbing in various classes.
A recent college graduate, she is looking to further her education both in her career and in yoga. She loves being a student, and is happy to share her practice and all the teachings of yoga.more
Schuyler Hadaway, E-RTY 500, has been practicing yoga for over twelve years, and teaching yoga and healthy living for five years. Her teachings come from the foothills of the Himalayas and her teacher, Yogrishi Vishvketu, known throughout India as the laughing yogi. Her lineage comes from the Hatha tradition and incorporates elements of Jnana Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, and Karma Yoga. Schuyler has taught in the United States, India, Panama, Costa Rica, and Indonesia. In Schuyler’s classes you will experience stimulating yet accessible sequences with an emphasis on breath, meditation, and spirituality.more
Constance dove into yoga when she was living in New York City as a method to manage anxiety.
Soon after Constance discovered it’s powerful effects on chronic physical health issues, and it’s potential for deep, tangible healing, and was inspired to journey further.
After graduating college with a degree in theology, she studied jivamukti, vinyasa, and bhakti yoga traditions, completing her 200 hour Yoga Alliance certification at the Asheville Yoga Center and is in ongoing training to be a certified Children’s Yoga instructor. Constance has taught in studios, classrooms, gyms, festivals, and retreats throughout New York and California.
Her classes are fluid and nurturing, often blending live music into the closing meditations as an expression of gratitudemore
Mary Brennan began practicing yoga and noticed the relief it gave her Multiple Sclerosis. The more she practiced yoga she knew it was something she needed to share. With the support of her teachers and family she became a Yoga Teacher 200 RYT. She is also certified in Trauma Yoga, Restorative Yoga trained by Judith Lasater, Yin Yoga trained by Josh Summers, Meditation & Contemplative Studies through the Open Center in NYC, Yoga4Cancer, Chair Yoga, Gentle Yoga and Yoga Nidra.more
Jackie’s Ashtanga Inspired Vinyasa classes can be understood as a fun and intelligent appropriation of the Ashtanga Primary & Intermediate series, beginning with traditional sun salutations and standing poses and transitioning into seated and reclined postures that range from simple and classical to complex and challenging, making the class accessible and appropriate for all levels of practitioners. Jackie specializes in working with chronic conditions and injuries, classes will always be safe and informative, including detailed alignment cues, strong anatomical instruction for every posture, and emphasis on breathing properly to create healing energetic changes. You can also expect words of inspiration, poetry, and philosophy seamlessly interwoven through the colorful and layered tapestry of the practice, making it a powerful physical, physiological, psychological, and spiritual practice.more
Jeff Gallin, a Professional Level Kripalu Yoga Teacher, completed his 500 hour certification at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. His personal experience with Parkinson's Disease led him to delve deeper and deeper into the many layers and benefits of yoga. Yoga is the best part of his day, every day. He believes each of us can use the healing powers of yoga to improve the quality of his/her life. He teaches in alignment with the idea that the individual does not have to adjust to yoga but that yoga has to adjust to the individual, meaning that each person should practice the postures that bring balance to his/her system. He prefers a vinyasa class that includes meditation and breath work, all to focus the mind. He has taught various class sizes, prefers small, and therapeutic semi-private yoga, as well as one on one private practices.more
Ruth’s transformational teachings come from her gurus: Sri K Pattabhi Jois, Sharon Gannon, David Life, and her Sanskrit teacher, Jayashree who guided the Yoga Sutras deeply into her, her husband, and her own ongoing commitment to practice and studies which are never ending. She is also an artist,with MFA from Yale, has taught painting and printmaking at Yale and Dartmouth College.
She currently teaches at Jivamukti Yoga school and their teacher trainings.more