About ETG Yoga
Our mission is to Empower you to Transform and Grow into a free and healthy life. We offer Mat Yoga, Aerial Yoga, Goat Yoga, Chakra Classes. Children's Wellness and more.
We are Real. We are Compassionate. We are a space for you.
A mom, a yogi, a life coach but most of all a powerful woman. Katie started her yoga journey at 8 years ago with prenatal yoga. In those first 9 yoga classes she had ever taken her world completely shifted. Katie was empower to take control of her life. She let go of unhealthy relationships and moved forward embracing what life had placed in front of her. Yoga became a huge part of Katie’s life. In 2014 she began her yoga teacher training and it was here that Katie truly began to share her journey through yoga to empower others. Katie is passionate about empowering others to transform their lives and grow into happiness and health.
Trained in vinyasa and power yoga Katie has since taken it upon herself to learn about all types of yoga such as restorative, yin and children’s yoga. Katie is also a Certified Aerial Yoga instructor, ready to teach you to fly. She is also well versed in Essential Oils and a Non Toxic Life. Always up for a new adventure and even a challenge. You will find yourself growing mind and body in Katie’s classes. She comes to each class with a flow for you and a message encouraging everyone to live life, to breathe, and embrace the strength that lives within you. Reminding you to believe in the magic of life.
Jenna grew up in a Levittown, PA and is a devoted wife and mother of 2 children. After practice yoga for 20 years to alleviate stress and maintain fitness from her athletic background she decided to deepen her practice and began her teacher training. Jenna blends a heartfelt warmth and athletic flavor to her teaching. When not on her mat or teaching, Jenna enjoys aerial yoga, baseball and softball, the beach, and enjoying quality team with her family.
Chelsea is a certified 200 hr yoga teacher. She believes practicing yoga physically on your mat and mentally off of your mat is the key to a happy and healthy life. She married her husband in 2012 and is a mother of two wonderful little boys. Growing up, she was considered the social butterfly of her family. She is an optimist and always strives to help people be the best they can in everything they do. With her welcoming and outgoing personality, Chelsea is sure to lead a fun and comfortable yoga class.
Beth found yoga through Serendipity- the effect by which one accidentally stumbles upon something truly wonderful, especially while looking for something entirely unrelated. In 2015 after suffering from a running injury while training for a marathon, Beth found yoga as a means of therapeutic recovery. It didn’t take long for Beth to be “hooked on yoga”. She soon enrolled in a Yoga Teacher Training here in Harford County and completed her first certification (RYT 200) and works diligently to improve her weekly practice and study. Beth continues her full time career as a Radiologic Technologist at Mercy Medical Center in downtown Baltimore. She enjoys hands on patient care, ministering to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those she meets. Beth is a long time quilter and recipe revisionist creating beautiful quilts and healthy food when not on her mat. Hanging out with her husband and her spunky Westie named Archie and visits with her three grown children and two grandkids brings her great joy!
“ I believe teaching is a humbling experience, sharing yoga practice, “letting go” through breath and meeting people where they are on and off the mat. I want to share this blessing.”
"I started on my yoga path about 6 years ago when it was suggested by my chiropractor to give yoga a try to help with lower back problems. I ventured to a local gym with a Baptiste Yoga teacher as my first introduction to yoga - I was hooked! Started exploring other styles and studios in the Harford and York County areas, and soon found that I really enjoyed hot yoga. This phase of hot yoga helped my through some very emotional and difficult times in my life. The next step was a 200 hour teacher training offered by Meaghan Sanchez and Harford Yoga Institute in Bel Air. I entered into the training just wanting to "go deeper" into yoga, never intending to teach. After I completed the required practicum teaching sessions, I was once again hooked. I was certified in April 2017. My style and interests in yoga are more "slow flow" and strength building with a healthy dose of anatomy. I like to lead a relaxed class, and joking is encouraged. I'm not the most spiritual person, but I believe in honesty, love, and damn good yoga!"
Bret was called to the mat after her very first yoga class in 2008. When knee and back problems ended her running routine, yoga became a focus for her. As a teacher, Bret hopes to inspire others to realize the transformation she feels both on and off the mat. Bret believes the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of yoga practice can combine to transform your practice and your life. Bret teaches every class with a focus on each of her student’s personal journey. When not on her mat, Bret enjoys cooking, hiking, kayaking and spending time with family and friends.
Karlee is an outgoing, free-loving woman. Born and raised in Harford county. Along with being a yoga instructor she is also a massage therapist. In her free time she loves to be outside with her dog! Gardening, hiking and camping are some of her favorite things. Live music and festivals also hold a special place in her heart. On her journey as a healer, with her enlightened and spiritual outlook, she wishes to guide others into the comfort and awareness of their own bodies. She hopes to give you a different perspective to empower, transform and grow your life. Namasté
Sarah was first drawn to yoga for its physical benefits. After her first studio class, she immediately discovered the benefits yoga provides far beyond the physical movement of the body. Since then, Sarah has been dedicated to developing her practice. Outside of yoga, she has been teaching students in various settings for the past 5 years. Her passion for teaching and learning is what motivated Sarah to become a yoga teacher, through Yoga Centric during the fall of 2017. Sarah is eager to inspire confidence and self-awareness for her students, as she truly believes this is what yoga brought to her. Outside of her mat practice, Sarah enjoys spending time outdoors on her kayak, hiking in the woods, and watching the birds.
Eric was first exposed to yoga in high school but fully embraced it later in life to counter some stress and some long standing back issues. After a daily practice for five years, he pursued a yoga teacher training at Yoga Centric, powered by the Red Lila School of yoga. An avid runner, Eric integrates an athletic, vinyasa style infused with yoga philosophy and a light hearted humorous flavor to his classes. When not on the mat, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, golf, watching soccer, and playing with his rescue dog, Max.
Yoga came to Caitlin at a painful point in her life. What started as a form of self-care and stress reduction, became a practice that transformed her relationship with herself, her body, others and the world around her. As a result of this radical journey, she is driven to share these teachings with others in the hopes they too, can transform their lives. Caitlin believes in helping students find strength and flexibility on their mats, in hopes that they can find this in their lives. Beyond this, she believes in guiding students to move functionally so that yoga can be a life long practice.
The physical practice of yoga has woven itself in and out of Lisa’s life for the past 13 years. As a long distance runner, she would practice yoga as a recovery tool from her long runs. In 2014 she took a break from running and became serious about her yoga studies which has since led to a 200 hour certification and soon her 300 hour certification. Lisa is passionate about the health benefits of restorative yoga and in early January completed her restorative teacher training with Jillian Pransky. When not practicing yoga, Lisa is traveling, running, and spending time with her husband and two children.
Elizabeth has had quiet a journey thus far, which has led her to her passion, teaching young souls the power of yoga. She wants to teach children of all ages the amazing benefits of practicing yoga. Elizabeth is a certified level 3 Radiant Child Yoga instructor. Radiant Child Yoga was developed by Shakta Khalsa.
Shakta’s vision is
“To create a world of peace through the union of yoga and children. The Radiant Child is the child who is self-aware, who honors the spirit of all, and is naturally dedicated to creating a world of peace. Yoga is a holistic, practical tool towards that end.”
When not teaching little yogi’s Elizabeth is busy running around with her two elementary age boys and husband. She enjoys being outside, in nature and loves soaking up the sun.
Jenny began practicing yoga about 10 years ago and completed her 200 hour teacher training in April 2016. The training improved her practice and deepened her love for yoga. Practicing yoga gives Jenny a peaceful sense of well being. Her practice and teaching focus primarily on the breath, alignment, and modifications, and she encourages students to play with their edge, while providing a safe and non-judgmental environment where each individual can achieve their full potential. Jenny feels that the experiences and benefits of yoga are unique to each person, of all ages and ability, and is grateful that she can share her love of yoga with others on and off the mat. Her desire is to have students leave the mat feeling balanced and relaxed, and to accept life’s challenges with grace. Jenny has been happily married for 31 years, and during her free time, likes to read, cook, and walk.