Instructor Bios

Sudha Govindan

Hello, my name is Sudha Govindan.  I’ve been around yoga all my life. Fortunately, my Indian heritage has exposed me from a very young age to the power of this ancient practice. I’ve been teaching Yoga since 2009.  I have also been certified to teach teacher-trainees. The benefits of yoga are endless, and one has to practice it to see what it is all about.  For me, the more I practice, the more I want to do it.

Also, I feel that there is no other exercise that brings so much awareness to the mind and body. Every time I see students leave the class feeling happy, calm and stress-free, I crave to teach it more.  Please come, join me, and see for yourself what this practice is all about.


Mita Nag   RYT 500, registered with Yoga Alliance                                


Yoga has been a part of my life for more than a decade. I will be always thankful to my dad for introducing me to yoga while visiting him in India. Yoga brought me the relief that I was looking for years to cure my severe back pain. I have realized that with regular practice yoga not only makes our body strong and flexible but also brings emotional stability, clarity of mind and increased spiritual awareness.
Through compassionate teaching, I would like to share my knowledge with others. I am grateful to have trained with great yoga masters; Judith Hansen-Lasater, Aadil Palkhivala, Doug Keller, Paula Self Tortolano and yoga teachers who have enriched my yoga study.




Angie Vogel RYT 200
I started my yoga journey twenty years ago at the YMCA. I was working as a CNA at the time and my lower back was hurting terribly. My friend told me to try yoga, so I did. After a couple of months, my back felt much better, and I also noticed that my stress level had gone down. I started to crave yoga and my one class a week turned into three. A couple of years later I started working at a Montessori School and I received my Montessori Certification and my Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. I noticed how Montessori and Yoga really complimented each other so I started to teach yoga poses in class to my young students. My students really enjoyed the poses, so my director asked me to teach weekly yoga classes to the whole school. I continued to take classes and teach to my young students. In 2016 I started practicing hot yoga and my instructor asked me if I ever thought about getting my yoga certification. Each time I thought I would do it something would prevent me from going through with it. When both of my children left the nest, I decided to sign up for yoga training. In April of 2021 I received my 200-hour yoga certification. I have been teaching yoga since then and I still teach Montessori and yoga to children.