About Nancy


  Founder and Director of Yoga

  Certified Yoga Therapist

Director of The International Yoga Therapy Institute

  Member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists

  Registered Experienced 500 Hour Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance

  Director of Trauma and Addiction Training for Kula for Karma

  Certified Personal Trainer




An activist in the global health revolution, Nancy is committed to practicing the best version of herself every day, and to using her talents to contribute to the world in a positive way. Nancy teaches yoga classes, works with private clients and conducts Yoga Therapy Trainings in Greece, Detroit, Northern New Jersey, nancy in truckand Colorado and in Hawaii. She also directs 200 and 500 level yoga teacher trainings. Nancy’s approach to teaching yoga is the product of twenty-nine years of her own practice, her ownership of a successful yoga studio in Hawaii for 5 years, and her seventeen years of teaching. It’s been her great privilege to be taught – and inspired by – fabulous senior level teachers in the Ashtanga, Anusara, Iyengar and Structural Integration styles of yoga. Nancy, as the founder of Yoga Impact, shares her practice with under-served populations – women and children in shelters, at-risk youth, senior citizens, war veterans and prisoners, as well as the homeless. Her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Yoga Therapy Today, Boulder Magazine, and Natural Awakenings in both Northern New Jersey and Boulder. Along with teaching yoga, Nancy enjoys photography, homebuilding, social dancing, and time with her husband and daughters.

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  1. Justin Dentry

    Hello. I’m a licensed psychotherapist in private practice. Trauma is a large part of my practice. I’m especially fascinated with the physiology and neurobiology of trauma, and I practice a body-centered and mindfulness approach to therapy (Hakomi and Sensorimotor methods). I’ve also been practicing yoga for 12 years. I’m curious about your upcoming training on integrating yoga into treatment for addictions and trauma. I’m wondering if you think your training would be appropriate and instructive for me, or is it mostly for yoga teachers? Thanks! Justin

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