Joann Engelberth (she, her)

Joann (she, her) has been teaching Hatha Yoga and Yin yoga since 2017. She is a E-RYT® 500 hour, YACEP® Certified Hatha Yoga teacher.

Joann’s classes will inspire you with deep teachings of yoga philosophy skillfully woven throughout her classes. She compassionately guides you so students feel welcomed, supported, safe and valued, keeping the teachings accessible to a wide variety of students.
Joann also brings 18 years of Personal training experience, specializing in pre & post rehabilitative work, to her instruction. She is a certified Trauma Informed Weightlifting Coach and is a Balanced Body pilates instructor. Joann’s work with people who want to grow from stress and injury calls her to regularly increase her knowledge.
She continues her studies in pain science; yoga philosophy; trauma healing; fascia studies; biomechanics and neurobiology. Joann is also a certified TRE provider (Tension & Trauma Release Exercise) and assists at TRE® provider Level 1&2 certification training programs.
Joann has 3 teenagers and enjoys foraging in the woods, paddling, and anything in the snow and cold (including yoga)! In her words, “Yoga is my path for growing myself up. By cultivating awareness, acceptance, and aligned action, I am better able to care for my heart, body, and mind and I aim to share these gifts in my teaching. When I first began yoga in my 20s it was for the challenging movement practice and included some weird breathing. Although I thought yoga was exercise, I now see how incredibly diverse, healing, and accessible yoga can be.”

Joann has been teaching yoga since 2016 and completed 500 hours of study in Ashaya yoga. Joann began with Sangha Studio recently, in the Fall of 2022 teaching Sunday mornings and offering workshops. She was very exciting to be welcomed into a studio that was so well aligned her own business offerings in trauma healing and yoga as well as her Pay from the Heart pricing and donation based classes. The biggest draw? Sangha has created a wonderful, heart opening community that is inclusive and aware of the environment required to offer yoga for all bodies, and all bodies come as they are and are met with care and kindness. "No one in the area does it better!"

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