Why Is Your Yoga Practice Important to You?

Yoga is a Lifelong Journey – I’m On Board for Life and Always Refining.

Balance, Peace, Health, Truth, Clarity come from Yoga.

Yoga Accelerates the Pace of my Personal Evolution; In All Ways.

Yoga, because it keeps me Peaceful and Healthy and in Alignment with my Soul and Purpose.

Yoga, because it Connects Me Deeper to Humanity and to the Practice that is Off-the-Mat.

Yoga Helps to Keep Me (somewhat) Sane.

Yoga is Life, Peace, Freedom, Humility, Compassion, Awareness.

Yoga is a Pathway to my Growth and Awareness.

Yoga is an Important Self-Care and Personal Therapy Practices.

Yoga is a Blueprint to Being Comfortable in My Own Skin.

Yoga Keeps Me Consciously Breathing.

Yoga is the Beginning of Everything.

My Yoga Practice is My Inner Sanctuary Where I Reconnect with Poise and Serenity Daily.

Yoga is a Pathway to Divine Guidance.

Yoga Keeps Mind and Body Flexible, Steady & Open.

My Yoga Practice Always Brings to the Center of the Present Moment. 

The Energetics of My Practice is a Part of My Life, an Art Form that is Inseparable from my Way of Being in my World.

Yoga Informs my Path and Purpose.

My Yoga Practice Brings Me Both Peace of Mind and the Fire to Create an Action (MY Karma).

My Yoga Practice Gives Me the Balance of Mind, Body, and Spirit to be able to Serve Humanity from a Grounded, Whole Place of Love and Devotion for our Collective Healing and Transformation.

Yoga brings Peace and Comfort in Every Breath I Take, On or Off the Mat.

I Practice Yoga because it Allows Me to Elevate my Consciousness and Character.

Yoga is a Practice for How I Want to Live My Life.

Yoga Provides Me with Tools that Enhances my Personal and Professional Development.

Practicing Yoga Confers Benefits onto the Body, Nervous System, and Mind.

My Being Wants the Freedom and My Heart Needs the Stillness Discovered by the Practice of Yoga.

Practicing You is art of Imperfection that Signals We Need More Practice. 


Ravi Singh

Ravi Singh


Ravi Singh has 45 years teaching experience, and is Co-Author (with Ana Brett) of 26 bestselling DVD’s and The Kundalini Yoga Book: Life in the Vast Lane. He’s been called the “Teacher’s Teacher” and has lead teacher trainings worldwide (and now online) Ravi has taught at many international yoga conferences, Yale University, NYU, and has been featured in top tier publications. Many of the current top yoga teachers have matriculated through Ravi’s classes or Teacher Trainings. His clients list has included Olympic Athletes and A list professionals from every venue of life and art. He’s been featured in Yoga Journal, Om Yoga Magazine, Yoga Magazine, et al.

Judy Weaver

Judy Weaver


Judy Weaver is a yoga therapist and a teacher-of-teachers with over 30 years of experience and is the founder of Connected Warriors and Bodymind Recalibration. Judy is known for her expertise in the world of trauma and developed Trauma-Conscious Yoga based on the understanding that trauma is held in the cells of the body and mind and refined this practice with Bodymind Recalibration which builds cognitive and somatic bodymind relationships. As a member of Yoga Alliance Advisory Board, On-line Presenter, part of their Core Curriculum Working Group, significant contributor to several books and university lectures, Judy has been able to share her passion for this practice of yoga to support the yoga community.

Executive Board

Steven J. Cooper

Steven J. Cooper


Steven is an accomplished professional in the dual trades of both accounting and real estate. For the last 30 years, he has been the owner of a successful boutique accounting and financial services firm with a select number of small business and individual HNW clients. He began his career in the auditing space with a top CPA firm in Manhattan NY. He spearheaded the auditing team responsible for inventory and asset verification, opinion letters, and audited statements.

In 1994, seeking work-life balance, and to devote more time to his practice of meditation and yoga, he relocated from New York to Southwest Florida where he founded S. J. Cooper & Associates. Most recently, Steven has founded a nonprofit “Feeding Our Community”. In the year 2020, they successfully provided 144,000 meals during the current pandemic. He is a graduate of Long Island University where he received both his B.S. and MBA. He is a member of the National Association of Tax Professionals.

Andrea Fiondo

Andrea Fiondo


MA, LLP, Educational Psychologist
Andrea is a yoga student since 2010 and has taught Kundalini Yoga with her husband since 2015, at their studio, Kundalini Yoga in Detroit, LLC. She worked as a middle and high school science teacher for five years, and as a School Psychologist for 27 years in the Detroit Public Schools, serving the special educational needs of children from age 2 to 26, within a wide variety of schools.
She is a life-long learner, and an avid reader and writer.

Ravi Singh, Board Chair

Judy Weaver, Vice Chair

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