23rd Street Yoga – Our Instructors
Our instructors are registered through the Yoga Alliance, and are always continuing their education. We have a multiple discipline at our studio ranging from Hatha, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Core Yoga, and Restorative. Helping you find the goal of yoga is something they stride for! So rest easy and begin your yoga journey.
Yoga has been in my life for ten plus years. While practicing various styles of Yoga, one caught my attention and that was Ashtanga Yoga. Ashtanga Yoga provided me a powerful mind and body experience. I began practicing daily and that practice turned into a desire to teach yoga and share my passion.
I completed my 200 hour Ashtanga Vinyasa Training at Ally Ford’s Teacher Training. I am very grateful to have had a mentor in my journey while as both a student and a teacher.
I like to have fun and practice vigorous sequences focusing on core and power flows. I am a fun and loving spirit that hopes to inspire you as well as to encourage you. In my class, I hope you leave feeling rejuvenated and nourished.
Rebecca Fox (RYT 500) has dedicated herself to the practice, study and teaching of yoga since living at Kripalu in 2001 and working in their Healing Arts Department. Her formal training in the discipline of Hatha Yoga took place at Sivananda in 2002. She has since been a vital member of their global community. She combines elements of Anusara and Iyengar into a dynamic and inspiring alignment-based flow. She is a student of energy medicine and incorporates its teachings into her teaching and her clinical work.
Her classes range from peaceful and relaxing Chakra and Gentle Yoga to sweat-inducing Vinyasa and Power flows. She infuses her passion for yoga in each posture, giving gentle and encouraging cues with particular emphasis on the breath and the healing potential of the present moment.
Carrie Lynn Sapp
Carrie Lynn Sapp started practicing yoga many years ago as a way to ease back and neck pain, however she soon discovered that it helped her connect and feel more alive in her body.
Starting yoga as a woman that was carrying an extra 200 pounds, she is intimately familiar with the bravery it takes to try something new and then to stick with it.
Carrie Sapp has since lost the extra pounds, but more importantly yoga taught her how to lose the “mind weight” that we carry around with us daily. The mind weights are things like stress, worry, insecurity, and negative self-talk.
She achieved her 200 hour teaching training certification from Yoga Elements located in Panama City Beach, Florida. Carrie’s approach to yoga is gentle, caring, and compassionate and her desire is to partner with you for your complete health and well-being.
If you are ready to embrace all your “perfect imperfections” and be the best you can be, she would love to see your smile in her class.
Carrie Lynn Sapp is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of a yoga teacher training with a Registered Yoga School (RYS).