• Pam Guido

    Pam' s practice started in the 90’s as a way of bringing physical balance to her body amidst an active time in her life. Like many before her, the physical practice opened a doorway which led her down a path of deeper study and personal inquiry. As the practice took root in her life, she went on to study with a variety of teachers in different yoga traditions obtaining certifications in Kirpalu, Baptiste, Forrest and Anusara Yoga.  She continued studies in the Anusara methodology and Tantric philosophy in 2006 where she has obtained over 1000's of study hours. Pam continues her studies with handful of esteemed teachers from the former Anusara kula who inspire her practice and guide her into deeper inquiry. She currently studies with Michelle Synnestvedt, Noah Maze, Christina Sell, Dr Paula Gelbart, Douglas Brooks, Paul Muller-Ortega, and Christopher Wallis among others.   She skillfully brings together an alignment based practice infused in a flow format.  She believes everyone can benefit from the practice and strives to make the practice accessible through the different levels and types of classes offered.

    Embracing life as the means for awakening to a more expanded awareness of Consciousness, she seeks to uncover the gifts that life bestows in the day to day experiences of living in the world. Pam founded what is now Shri Yoga in 2003 after leaving a public teaching career. As the community of students and teachers evolved over time the studio moved to its current location in West Reading. Coaching and guiding you along the way, Pam will encourage you to step into the dance that is life as you explore the boundaries between what is and what is possible. Her class will challenge and inspire you to open to greater possibilities. She is E- RYT 500 and holds an MA in Education. Pam would like to thank her family, friends, students and teachers who help her to see herself more clearly and inspire her each and every day.

  • Laura Gaydos (Substitute Teacher for Exeter SWC)

    Movement has always been part of Laura’s life being a professional dancer and ballet instructor. She has served as dance faculty at Camden County College, coached at Alvernia University, toured internationally and currently teaches at local studios. Her yoga journey began in 2002 when she decided to take her first class at a local gym while in college. After a couple of weeks she quickly noticed the benefits the practice had on her health and was hooked. Yoga had been recreation for Laura for years until she recently realized it is something she is truly passionate about. Last year she decided it was time to merge teaching dance with teaching yoga. She recently completed the teacher training program with Pam and looks forward to sharing her love of yoga with others.

  • Gabrielle Borelli (Substitute Teacher for Exeter SWC)

    I was first drawn to the practice of yoga as a teenager. The subtle benefits of my practice were uncovered in the midst of my college journey. My asana practice has emerged into deeper realization to my high Self. Yoga has helped me establish a healthy, wholesome lifestyle and has offered me spiritual clarity, compassion, and love. I am a committed and passionate student as I continue to discover and study the limbs of yoga. My continued dedication and transformation as a student inspired me to become a teacher. I strive to teach from my heart and I love to share personal joys from my journey with yoga. In my classes, I thread breath-linked movement with body and mind awareness cues to create a space where students can inquire within to reveal their light. My intention is to teach students an alignment based practice that is safe and empowering.

    I hold a 200-hour teacher certification from Shri Yoga and Wellness Center. Additionally, I have continued my studies with ChildLight Yoga where I completed the advanced teacher training for children. I am extremely passionate about teaching yoga to teens. Through yoga, my goal is to create a community where teens can build confidence and learn mindfulness skills to use in their personal lives. My other interest is in food and nutrition and navigating the concept of food as medicine. I am grateful for my yogic path of healing as it is intertwining with food and continues my exploration with holistic health. Currently, I am pursuing a 500 hour teacher training certification with the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA. I am also attending graduate school through Maryland University of Integrative Health where I am studying nutrition and herbal medicine.