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Full Circle Yoga
273 South River Road, Unit #4, Bedford, NH 03110 | 603-785-6016

Find your center and connect with the Earth.

Instructors

Kim, RYT. Kim has over twenty years experience teaching body movement. She has an eclectic and unconventional sense about her teaching. She has been trained in a myriad of disciplines, from Thai yoga, to Pilates, Gyrokinesis, Gyrotonic, and yoga. Gyrotonic and Gyrokinesis were originally called "yoga for dancers" and has been teaching this method of movement for 15 years.

Over twenty years ago she was introduced to the Primary Series of Ashtanga Yoga, and since then has experienced many forms of yoga and body movement. She has a keen sense of body mechanics and gives creative cues to help clients reach their higher potential.


Anne Doll, Massage Therapist and Yoga Teacher. Anne’s style of massage is described as Therapeutic, Orthopedic and Integrative.

The most common reasons Anne’s clients come to her is because of her integrative east meets west style. For over 25 years Anne has worked with thousands of people helping them to create a healthy balanced life. Thanks to a strong early foundation as an athletic trainer, injury prevention informs most of her therapeutic protocols. Working as a personal trainer and group exercise instructor allowed her to see how people of all ages move their bodies and how limiting factors can create pain in the body. Early on she discovered the transformative effects of incorporating breathwork and stretching. She loved it so much she pursued one of the highest certification levels possible as an E-RYT 500 yoga teacher.

Having witnessed the profound effect yoga and athletic stretching had on her client’s injury prevention rates, stress reduction and flexibility this led to more training in the art of Thai yoga massage. The massage techniques she uses are drawn from years of experience in a variety of areas. Her approach is therapeutic, slowly meeting an overstimulated nervous system where it is and bringing about a calmness in the body with breathwork, a soothing meditative voice and relaxing touch.

A lot of the clients she sees come to her for sports massage and orthopedic work on joints that are in chronic pain and muscles that are over-contracted. They are seeking relief for issues such as frozen shoulder, chronic neck or low back pain, sciatic related symptoms, golfers’ elbow, bursitis, plantar fasciitis and many more. Integrating various approaches such as myofascial release, neuromuscular trigger point therapy, Thai massage, reflexology, breathwork and much more is what helps her find the right approach for each client’s unique needs.


Brian, RYT. Brian started practicing yoga as a means to quit smoking, and immediately fell in love with the feeling of inner peace and solitude that practicing gave him. Since his first class, Brian has attended many different yoga disciplines, attending least one class a day. He especially relates to the flow and breath components of Vinyasa Yoga and begins every day in quiet mediation.

He completed his first 200-hour YTT at Zen Den Yoga Studio, in Boca Raton, Florida, where he learned the art of breath empowerment, Hatha, and Ashtanga. In 2017, he completed a 19-hour Thai yoga bodywork course and also his second 200-hour YTT at At Om Yoga. In 2018, he traveled to India for his 500-hour TT certification. He is committed to teaching all levels, with the hope of helping students realize the life changing benefits of yoga practice.


Christel, RYT, CCLYI, first started practicing yoga in 1998 and instantly fell in love with it. She found yoga through the Ashtanga Primary Series, but has enjoyed many other styles throughout the years including Kundalini, Bikram, Restorative, Prenatal and “Mommy and Me” yoga with her daughter.

She loves the physical benefits of the practice, but adores the mindful introspection that yoga offers even more. She received her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training from Yoga NH in Concord, NH and is a Certified ChildLight Yoga Instructor. In her teaching she emphasizes proper alignment as well as a mind-body connection. She teaches with the words of B.K.S. Iyengar in mind “Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.”


Dalyne, RYT, PYT, CCLYI, is a graduate of YogaLife Institute’s Classical Yoga Teacher Training program. She also completed YogaLife’s Comprehensive Yoga Therapy Training program. She received her Aerial Yoga Teacher Training Certification with Kama Fitness. Dalyne is also certified in ChildLight Yoga’s Children’s Teacher Training program and Childlight’s Teen’s program.

Dalyne believes yoga offers such amazing physical and emotional benefits of strength, flexibility and calmness, in an enjoyable fitness practice. After learning the benefits of this nurturing and healing practice, she decided to share these blessings with others. She appreciates how quickly the breath can calm you, and how meditation really helps quiet the chatter of the mind and bring clarity to what is really important. She’s also grateful to feel grounded while enlightened with a greater awareness of the mind, body, and spirit connection. In today’s fast paced world, the ability to just ‘be’ as your true self, is certainly something worth exploring.


Jenny, RYT-200, is passionate about sharing the joy of yoga and meditation practice with the community. Jenny has been studying and practicing yoga since 2001. She has been teaching yoga and meditation for more than 3 years. Dedicated to guiding students to experience the benefits of a balanced yoga practice, she constructs poses with modifications so that everyone will find what is best for them.

Jenny is very caring and always pays attention to the individual and collective needs of the class. She tailors classes to accommodate students of all backgrounds and levels of yoga practice. Her teaching style focuses on healthy body alignments as well as deeper awareness of body, mind, and spirit connection. Her students will find joy, peace of mind and strength through their yoga practice. In her spare time, Jenny loves to spend time with family and connect with nature.