About

Beth DeWit
Yoga Teacher, 200 RYT

Embracing her ongoing status as a student of Yoga, Beth offers her class a connection to Yoga philosophy with humor and sincerity drawn from a personal journey of transformation and self-investigation and her love of dharma. Her teaching stems from a desire to support and empower others to experience growth and healing on their own terms through clarity and perseverance in the physical and spiritual practice of asana.

Beth has completed a 200 hr RYT Teacher Training through Living Yoga in Garrison, NY with teachers Liz Schulman and Richard Villella and is registered through Yoga Alliance. She is an artist, jeweler and decorative painter living in Peekskill, NY.

Currently Beth teaches Vinyasa Yoga (Level 1 & Level 2) at Living Yoga in Cold Spring, NY and offers private instruction to clients in the Hudson Valley and NY region.

In September 2013, Beth begins teaching Yoga to veterans and staff at Montrose Veterans Administration Hospital.

Check out Beth’s listing on the Yoga U website. It’s a fun resource for online courses for all things yoga! http://yogauonline.com/yogatherapy/listing-directory/vinyasa-yoga-levels-1-2

8 Responses to About

  1. Ganesh says:

    Very inspiring blog! Thanks for following my blog. 🙂

    • firebrightyoga says:

      I clicked the link but it would not allow me to look at it… not sure how to get around that. Thanks so much though for nominating me and I really appreciate your kindness! Namaste!

  2. karmawaves says:

    Peace & Blessings,
    Thank you for the follow! Grateful you stopped by and intrigued a peak at your page. Your blog is a beautiful resource for me.
    Talk soon!

  3. johncoyote says:

    Thank you for your site. I like the peace and calm create by your thoughts. I done yoga for my entire life. Kept my bones flexible and strong. Basic stretches allow me to walk after 15 years of running in the Army on cement.

    • Do you still do yoga? Are you studying with a teacher? There are free classes offered to vets- there’s a website that lists the various studios that offer these classes. I opened my class on Veteran’s Day- free to Vets, but no takers 🙂 If you can find a good teacher who shares Yoga philosophy and meditation- that is best!

  4. Kendra Thornton says:

    Hey! I have a question about your blog. Please email me when you get a chance.

    Thanks!

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