Meet Your Teachers
Teacher, Founder & Co-Owner
Cadie Bridges-Palmer, IAYT, E-RYT500, YACEP
I was introduced to yoga about 30 years ago during my time as a competitive gymnast and did my first teacher training in 2005. I'm trained in Rocket, Ashtanga, Hatha, Hot Power, 26+2, Pilates Mat, Vinyasa, and Yin yoga as well as Somatic Healing and Ayurveda. My public offerings are a mix of all these styles with the goal of teaching you how to take your yoga practice off the mat. I also offer 1-on-1 sessions, including Thai Yoga (assisted stretching) and Therapeutic Yoga.
Teacher, Founder & Co-Owner
Stephanie Fabian, E-RYT200, RYT500, YACEP
I started my yoga journey as a dancer coming off an injury in 2001 very much approaching the mat for just a physical practice. Instead, I have been able to unlock my imagination and allow my mind to connect to my body. My public offerings include a mix of Pilates, Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Chair, Restorative, Breathwork, and Katonah Yoga. I completed my 200-hour training with Katie Thorworth, I then completed my 300 hour certification and an additional 200 hours of Katonah Yoga Training in 2021. I'm available for private sessions of asana and pranayama.
I was introduced to yoga in 2006 during my years as an athlete and then rediscovered in 2013. I was certified in 2014 from Kim Manfredi (Charm City Yoga) and have been teaching regularly since then. My class is an accessible fusion of Ashtanga first & second series postures, structured like a modern vinyasa class. I am enthusiastic about creating a comfortable environment to enjoy asana practice that is energized by unique atmospheric and/or heavy music.
I have been practicing and teaching yoga for over 10 years. Yoga has been a valuable source of healing for me and sharing this practice with others is one of my greatest joys. I have participated in over 800 hours of yoga teacher training with so many wonderful teachers through Charm City Yoga, Kripalu Yoga Center, Pranakria Yoga, YogaWorks, and Katonah Yoga. My classes include vinyasa yoga, breath work, meditation, real world philosophy, and good music. Everyone is welcome in this no judgment space.
I am a 500-hour trained yoga teacher with a focus in yoga for mental health and alignment based therapy. I strive to bring a fun energetic approach to yoga, mindfulness, and mental wellness to make a truly unique and personalized experience
for students. My mission is to help people create a life they don’t feel they need to escape from. You will become a master of your body and learn to engage with yourself in ways you didn’t know were possible.
In 1999, I bought Bryan Kest’s Power Yoga DVD and I taught myself how to practice yoga. In 2016, I earned an RYT-200 certification from Sterling Hot Yoga in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. In 2020, I completed a 500 hr. teacher training and a Prenatal/Postnatal Yoga teacher training certification. During my 22 years as a yoga student, I learned that there are Eight Limbs of yoga and many ways to practice. I am very proud that my resume includes teaching different styles of yoga to diverse populations because yoga is for Every Body.
My yoga journey began 10 years ago at Baltimore Yoga Village under the study of Anjali Sunita. There I became a Jivan Yoga Graduate, with the designation of E-RYT 500 and I am a Yoga Alliance Certified Education Provider. My experience extends through many styles and types of yoga including Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Prenatal/Postnatal and Beginner.
I strive for a modern take on yogic philosophy, infusing the vinyasa tradition with elements of Kundalini and Katonah. My class is dynamic, challenging, and imaginative while still accessible to all levels of practitioner. I am committed to holding respectful and sensitive space for all bodies. I am a 500-hour certified yoga teacher who has trained under Kim Manfredi, Lily Dwyer Begg, and Sarah Cook of Charm City Yoga and is pursuing certification in Katonah Yoga.
On a whim, I signed up for my yoga teacher training in the summer of 2013, and the rest is history. I finally found my voice and direction at a time that I had felt lost. I look at a yoga class as a dancing meditation and incorporate playlists in each practice. After completing my 200-hour yoga teacher training, I immediately continued on to finish my 500-hour teacher training and am currently studying Ayurveda.
I began to study and practice Yoga and Meditation in 2013 as both a healing practice and a way of connecting more deeply to my mind, body and spirit. I completed my 200hr teacher training in the Spring of 2014. I was introduced to principles of Katonah theory and practice around 2016 and have utilized and infused these elements in my practice and teaching consistently. I completed my 300hr teacher training at the Baltimore Yoga Village with Vivian Campagna and the late Mark Garner in 2018. I also have a background and training in the powerful Yoga and meditation practices of Tibet
known as Tsa-Lung and Trul Khor.
I have been practicing yoga since 2010 and teaching since 2015 when I finished my initial teacher training in Baptiste-style Vinyasa yoga at the Anthony Bowen YMCA in Washington, DC. In 2020, I completed my 85-hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training with YogaWorks in Baltimore, and have been teaching prenatal and post-natal classes virtually and in person ever since. My goal in teaching is to help people with all bodies, backgrounds, and stages of life find the joy, accessibility, and transformative nature of yoga asana and the intentional linking of breath and movement.
I am a trauma-informed yoga instructor and harm reduction specialist living in Baltimore city. I have a background teaching yoga, meditation, and facilitating therapeutic mindfulness-based support groups at various inpatient addiction treatment centers.
I was introduced to Yoga in 2001 and was immediately attracted to the therapeutic benefits of the 26&2 series and the heat. In 2014 I earned my RYT 200 designation through Sterling Hot Yoga in Puerto Morales, Mexico, and a few months later I studied for additional certification hours in Yin Yoga through Akasha Yoga and Inferno Hot Pilates. I passionately believe in the benefits: physical and mental, of a yoga practice and I believe that everyone can be transformed by the power of Yoga.
My journey as a student of yoga began as a vigorous physical practice during a time of major personal transition. It was a means of distraction, but rapidly shifted to a spiritual, mindful, and therapeutic journey. I am currently studying Katonah Yoga and enjoy weaving the theory into my classes. I am committed to making the practice of yoga accessible to all, and I believe in the healing magic of yoga for ourselves, our community, and all of humankind.
Sherri Liebrich Kasky
I first discovered Yoga 15 years ago, and my practice has helped me grow stronger, more flexible and fearless, both on and off the mat. I strive to combine creative sequencing, which is inspired by my dance training, with a spirit of playfulness and a dose of inspiration to help students deepen their practice. I want to help others thrive in life by nurturing body, mind, and soul with yoga, and hope that you step off the mat feeling refreshed, nourished, and balanced.
I completed my 200-hour Vinyasa training in 2018, will always be a student of the practice and am deeply grateful for the loving wisdom my own teachers have shared with me.