Ali Singer is ranked as Massachusetts’ number one yoga coach on Coachup.com. She aims to make yoga accessible for all people, and teaches in a variety of Boston locations such as the Boston Public Library, Museum of Science, Prudential Tower, Rose Kennedy Greenway, and hotels like the Hyatt, Westin, and Fairmont Copley. Her in-studio group classes emphasize the facets which brought her to yoga: fitness and fun. Ali draws upon her background in synchronized skating and salsa dance to provide detailed and rhythmic instruction, which she pairs with unexpected playlists. Her mission, through teaching and growing her business, is to cultivate happiness, and empower students to accomplish their goals.
Yoga Hub Director
Erika holds an M.A. in Humanities from the University of Chicago and an M.Ed. in Secondary Education from DePaul University. She served as an English teacher at Lincoln Park High School in Chicago for seven years where she was the curriculum team leader for freshman English and an avid member of the school’s instructional leadership team (ILT). Erika also designed and facilitated professional development for other English teachers in her role as a literacy coach through the University of Chicago’s Network for College Success.
In 2015, Erika relocated to Boston and left the classroom to pursue teaching yoga full-time. As an E-RYT 500 yoga teacher, Erika's mission is to help people find balance in their lives through showing them how to care for mind, body, and spirit. She offers workshops on meditation and stress management at campuses and corporations throughout Eastern Massachusetts. Through Yoga Hub, Erika uses her experience as teacher, coach, and facilitator to provide quality continuing education opportunities to the yoga community and to help professionalize the yoga teaching industry.
Anna came to her mat in 2006 looking to transition to a new form of exercise after more than a decade of being a trained ballet dancer. Following her first class, Anna was instantly hooked on the positive vibrations yoga gave to her; the mind-body connection found on the mat. Now every time she steps on her mat, the philosophy and spirituality of yoga, coupled with asana create an opportunity for growth, compassion, and greater understanding of the self.
Anna studies various styles of yoga with a focus on Vinyasa. Her classes are challenging yet playful with an emphasis on alignment. Her intent is to provide an open space for her students to quiet the mind and strengthen the body in order to cultivate a transformative experience of self-awareness.
A RYT, Anna completed her 200-hour certification from Boston Yoga School in 2013. She continues to enhance her own practice by attending workshops and yoga conferences.