Online Yoga & Meditation Teacher Directory

Are you looking for a yoga or meditation teacher that have been living what they teacher?

Dive deeper into your practice by connecting with teachers one-on-one classes or in groups.

We connect you with certified online teachers you can trust.

We are building an online yoga teacher directory to connect online teachers wth students.

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Brett Larkin
Yoga Styles: Primarily Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga
Bio: Brett Larkin is the founder of her award-winning YouTube channel, Uplifted™️ Online Yoga 200 Hour and 300/500 Hour Teacher Trainings, a successful entrepreneur, and sought-after online business consultant. Brett has twenty-five years of ballet and modern dance training and is Ballet Barre certified.
Where to start: Get in touch [email protected] for live workshops, classes and teacher trainings.
Donna (Amrita) Davidge

Yoga Styles: Kundalini, Hatha, Vinyasa, Nidra, Restorative,Yin, Ashtanga, Iyengar and Dharma Mittra influenced
Bio: Teaching yoga since 1985 in public and private settings, been featured in various print venues, owner of Sewall House Yoga Retreat since 1997
Where to start: Zoom Kundalini Class every Tuesday 7pm, YouTube
online privates and groups and summer in Maine at Sewall House Yoga Retreat.
Tony Sanchez (RYT 500)

Yoga Styles: CoreYoga (Hatha Yoga) based on three different systems Core26+ for Beginners, Core40 for Intermediate and Core84 for advanced students.
Bio: I started my yoga practice in 1976, and got my yoga certification in 1980 from Ghosh College of Physical Education in India.
And offer two different TT, one for Core26+ Beginners (200 hours) and Core40 Intermediate (300 hours).
Where to start: I teach Core26+ and Core40 at Zoom Meetings several times a week.
Charles Jojo Tyler

Yoga Styles: Primarily Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga, Chair yoga and Meditation.
Bio: JOjosenergy has been in the health and wellness industry for over 30 yrs, he is featured in many dvd’s like Yoga bound, as well as work with celebrities and non profit groups.
Where to start: teacher training ryt 200hrs.

Barbara Badolati

Yoga Styles: currently  iREST/Restorative, Yoga Nidra, Breath-work, Manta Meditation guidance
Bio: Barbara Badolati, E-RYT500, YACEP has been guiding others toward well-being for over 30 years through her yoga, somatic and meditation teachings, life and health coaching, and global wellness retreats. Her yoga teaching is rooted in Ashtanga, Jivamukti, Iyengar, iREST and Kundalini. Barbara founded and operated multiple yoga studios where she provided teacher training and shared the joy of yoga with hundreds of students. Barbara weaves her extensive background, heart-felt energy and bountiful bliss into her offerings for healing transformation, upliftment, and connection to one’s true self.  Sat Nam
Contact: | [email protected] | 616-638-5625 call or text  
Where to start: Try a class for FREE from the convenience and comfort of your home. More details at
Lisa Vratny-Smith
Name: Lisa Vratny-Smith, MSW, ERYT®200, RYT®500, RYCT®, YACEP®, CP, Reiki Master Teacher, Sound healing.
Yoga Styles: Primary teaching style is Classical Hatha Yoga with adaptive variations for all bodies. 
Bio: Lisa has been practicing yoga, mindfulness, and meditation since 1994 and teaching since 2002. She is trained in Classical Hatha Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Radiant Child Yoga, and Young Yokes Kids Yoga. In May 2022 Lisa completed an additional 300 Hour YTT program, which includes certifications in Yoga Nidra, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Trauma Informed Yoga, and Adaptive Yoga, qualifying her as an RYT® 500. She is also a Trained Teacher of Mindful Self-Compassion. 
Lisa began her journey in energy healing in 2001 as a Certified Practitioner of High Touch® Jin Shin and completed her Reiki Master Teacher training in 2021. 
Additionally, Lisa holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Denver and has been a School Social Worker since 1994 in Aurora Public Schools. She currently serves as a Sustainable Wellness Coach for the school district combining her social work, yoga, and meditation training to support staff and students with their overall wellness.
Contact: [email protected]
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Martha Garrett

Yoga Styles: Alignment-based yoga, meditation and pranayama.
Bio: Martha Garrett, E-RYT 500, has been teaching Yoga since 1995. Her original certification was
strongly alignment based. She has also been inspired by teachers Baxter Bell, Donna Farhi and
Patricia Walden. She has additional certification in Yoga for Healthy Aging and has taught classes
with this focus since 2016. She leads yoga retreats locally in North Carolina and Virginia as well as
overseas. Her classes are tailored to meet the needs of a variety of physical abilities with focus on
proper alignment, use of the breath, and the creation of a light heart. Martha challenges her
students uniquely in their practice while creating an arena of encouragement and support.
Contact: Add your name Martha’s newsletter and learn more about retreats and classes by visiting or email [email protected].
Where to start: Martha teaches live classes at Triad Yoga Institute in Greensboro NC and is an instructor in their teacher training program. In 2020 she began teaching yoga online as well.
She is also available for private instruction in person or online.
Christine Eisenschmidt
Yoga Styles: I still embrace Bob and Ki’s “eclectic” style of yoga, although in the years that followed I have leaned toward Kali Ray’s TriYoga.
Bio: I discovered yoga on public television in 1969 with Richard Hittleman’s show, “Yoga for Health.” I was immediately drawn to the practice as I learned some basic yoga principles and practices. Yoga classes were few and far between in those days, but when I did find a “live” classroom to attend, I noticed that the same fundamentals I learned on TV were present in all the yoga classes. The serene feeling I had after a yoga class bonded me to the practice. For the next twenty years I raised a family and focused on everyone else, but was dedicated to a healthy lifestyle through diet.
In the early 90’s, when my four children started to leave the nest, I rediscovered yoga, which was becoming more popular and readily available. My practice became serious and I was invited to begin teaching. It was a great boost to realize that I could still build a strong and flexible body my mid 40’s and receive the bonus of stress relief at the same time. My formal yoga teacher training was completed with Bob Smith and Ki McGraw of the Hatha Yoga Center in Seattle in 2001.
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Julie Lifton

Yoga Styles: Energize Yoga
Bio: Julie Lifton is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of a yoga teacher training with a Registered Yoga School (RYS).
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Neel Adhiyoga Kulkarni

Yoga Styles: Adhiyoga
Bio: Dr. Neel Kulkarni has taught Yoga for over 40 years in various countries and in various settings, and to a wide variety of audience. He has trained over 40000 Yoga students and over 1000 Certified Yoga teachers. He believes he is born for this work and shall die for this work. His work can be reviewed on the website
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Lynn Burgess

Yoga Styles: Balanced Yoga
Bio: Lynn Burgess, founder/owner of Yoga from the Heart in Sarasota, Florida, has taught yoga since 1996. Her experience and dedication is evident in every class and with every student.  Her energetic, light-spirited approach is one reason she is in high demand not only as a studio teacher, but also as a guest instructor, corporate presenter, and national workshop leader.
Curiosity, openness, and warmth are of the utmost importance in Lynn’s approach to alignment-influenced yoga, as is the integration of science, yoga philosophy, and poetic imagination. Her style is effective, playful, and accessible to all levels and all ages.
Lynn’s teaching is in demand with private clients as well — from young entrepreneurs to CEOs and retired baby boomers — all of whom appreciate her ability to tailor lessons to their specific physical needs as well as their personal schedules. Lynn has also spent several years developing and refining a yoga program for students with Parkinson’s Disease and teaches a weekly class at Parkinson Place in Sarasota, Florida.
“I am a problem-solver at heart,” Lynn says. “What initially drew me to yoga was a curiosity about how yoga could help reduce my physical pain and reduce the mental stress I felt. I fell in love with the study of the human body and mind which, in turn, has enabled me to help others create a movement-rich life.
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Erin Mathiason

Yoga Styles: Energize Yoga
Bio: With 22 years and thousands of hours yoga teaching experience, Erin Mathiason is recognized by Yoga Alliance as an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (ERYT200) and a Continuing Education Provider (YACEP).
Erin is certified as a:
• Hatha Yoga Instructor in the Day-Star Method, a classical hatha yoga style, with hundreds of hours of Anusara Yoga training (including teacher training level 1)
• SilverSneakers® Yoga instructor
• Tai Chi instructor, trained in Taiji Fit, SilverSneakers Enerchi and Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance
• Level 1 – Trauma Informed Yoga instructor
• Holistic Health Practitioner, with extensive energy work training
• Hypnotherapist
• Laughter Yoga Leader
Erin has extensive training in Yoga philosophy, including hundreds of hours of study with Dr. Douglas Brooks and the completion of Embodied Philosophy’s Yoga Philosophy 300-hour Online Training & Certification. She was part of the Mudra Yoga Studio Yoga Teacher Training faculty, teaching Yoga philosophy and history (the studio closed in December 2019). Someday (hopefully sooner rather than later) she will finish writing her book on contemporary American Yoga history. 
Erin is currently creating a 30-hour program on how to teach yoga to older adults. Additionally, she publishes the weekly Denver yoga calendar, “” your listing of yoga, meditation, sound healing and Kirtan events and workshops (on hiatus due to the pandemic).
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Kristine Kaoverii Weber

Yoga Styles: Subtle Yoga
Bio: Kristine (Kaoverii) Weber has trained extensively in a wide variety of yoga styles and in Asian bodywork and homeopathy. Her style has been influenced by Gary Kraftsow and viniyoga as well as alignment-based styles, somatic interventions, and traditional Bengali tantra. She is the director of Subtle Health, LLC. which provides holistic yoga based trainings, education and services to enhance community health infrastructure. She is deeply committed to the adoption of yoga as a strategy for public health and believes that the future of healthcare is preventative and integrative, with patient-centered care focusing on the whole person – mind, body, and spirit – in the context of community.
Where to start:
Kristine Kaoverii Weber
Marina MacLean

Yoga Styles: Asana, pranayama, mantra, mudra, chakras, bandhas, koshas and many more.
Bio: Marina MacLean is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of a yoga teacher training with a Registered Yoga School (RYS).
Where to start:
Marina MacLean
Madelana Ferrara

Yoga Styles: Balanced Yoga.
Bio: Madelana Ferrara is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of a yoga teacher training with a Registered Yoga School (RYS).
Where to start:
Madelana Ferrara
Valerie Kiser

Yoga Styles: All Levels Yoga
Bio: Valerie opened Sunrise Yoga Studio in Clemmons, NC, outside Winston-Salem, NC, in 2003. She founded the Yoga Alliance-registered 200-hour Sunrise Teacher Training program in 2008 and the 300-hour program in 2011.
In 2015, Valerie co-founded the East Coast Yoga Therapy training program. It is among the first 30 yoga therapy training schools worldwide to be accredited by the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She is also a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider (YACEP).
– 1200-hour Advanced Teacher Training and Yoga Therapeutics certification, taught by J.J. Gormley
– Relax & Renew Advanced Trainer through Judith Lasater’s Restorative Yoga
– Yoga for Scoliosis Trainer, Elise Browning Miller
– iRest Yoga Nidra Level II Teacher
– Cardiac Yoga instructor®(Cardiac Yoga is a registered trademark of M. Mala Cunningham , Ph.D. and is used with exclusive permission)
– Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor
– MELT Level 1 Instructor for neurofascial pain and stress relief
– Certified Yoga for Healthy Aging Instructor
– Certified Y4C (yoga for cancer) instructor
– Lakshmi Voekler Chair Yoga Teacher
Where to start:
Valerie Kiser

Anandra George

Yoga Styles: Nāda Yoga, Mantra, Sanskrit, Sound Healing, Kīrtan, Bhakti Yoga
Bio: Anandra George (C-IAYT, E-RYT500) is an internationally respected teacher of sound and mantra, and a pioneer in the global yoga community, re-introducing the ancient practice of sound as a fundamental practice. She created the world’s first registered yoga teacher training based entirely on the transformational power of sound and has students from over 40 countries. 
The Heart of Sound, in its deepest essence, is a musical way of being in the world that resonates with deep authenticity.
Contact: or email [email protected]
Where to start: Start by browsing the Courses page on our website for 200/300/500 hour teacher training, standalone CEU courses, in-person retreats, 40 day mantra meditation courses, free online events, mentorship, and an abundance of free gifts!
Heart of Sound ~ Anandra George
David Wells

Yoga Styles: All Levels Yoga
Bio: David Wells, C-IAYT, E-RYT500, YACEP, works as a Yoga Therapist in an Integrated Pain Management Clinic helping people to manage and reduce their chronic pain naturally. He also offers Group Classes and Multimedia Continuing Education Workshops for Yoga Alliance Teachers, The International Association of Yoga Therapists and NCBTMB Massage Therapists. He served three years in Peace Corps Thailand and received Thai Massage and Thai Yoga “Reusi Dat Ton” certifications from The Wat Po School of Thai Traditional Massage in Bangkok and The Thai Massage School of Chiang Mai under the authorization of The Thai Ministry of Education.
He also studied with the Reusi Tevijjo and the late Ajan Pisit Benjamongkonware in Thailand. He is also a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist who graduated from The California College of Ayurveda, He received advanced Indian Hatha Yoga certifications from Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute, The Sivananda Yoga Center, and The Yoga Research Center of Rishikesh in India, He was certified in Yoga for Secondary Schools at The Yoga Institute in Mumbai, India, and is also certified in “SilverSneakers Yoga” for Seniors.
Contact: or [email protected]
Where to start:
David Wells
Lees Yunits

Yoga Teaching Styles: Yin, Hatha, Kundalini, Viniyoga; Breathwork, meditations.
Bio:  Began yoga in Boston in 1975; Certified to teach yoga in 2008;  Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra Guide certification 2013; 500-hour teacher-training achievement 2014; Breath Coach certification 2022.  Teaching hours to date: 4,121.

Contact; also, [email protected]

Where to start:  Zoom Yoga (from Cape Cod, Massachusetts) every Friday at 8:30am, which includes a recording of every class.  Register for Zoom yoga here:

Also, in-person classes every Wednesday at 8am; the Cultural Center of Cape Cod, S. Yarmouth, MA; Or, get in touch with Lees here:  [email protected]