Yogis of the Month: Edie and Glen Martin

As a young man, Glenn began his career in the car business. When he moved to Punta Gorda, he obtained a degree in culinary arts and worked as a chef catering with Dean of Dean’s South of the Border, first at Edison College and then Hurricane Charley’s....

Yogi of the Month—Teresa Pamer

I have been married to Dave, the love of my life, for 23 years. My children Jack and Olivia are simply amazing. I was put on this earth to be a teacher. I teach fourth and fifth grade gifted at Neil Armstrong Elementary School. I first began yoga three years ago, and...

Staff Spotlight—Pat Francis

I went to a small Catholic school where they taught with intimidation and harness. While I did have a couple of wonderful teachers who made it tolerable, they were few and far between. School was not my favorite place to be. I was taught to fear the wrath of God more...

Yogi of the Month—Millie Rosenfield

I grew up in Highland Springs just outside of Richmond, Virginia. At age 21 I became a flight attendant for Eastern Airlines, based in New Jersey, Miami, and Washington, DC. I flew for 11 years and then moved to Charlotte County in 1982. I have a son, Jonathan and a...

Staff Spotlight: Introducing Naomi Medrano

I was first exposed to yoga at the age of 19 or 20 when my little sister—quite the workout video enthusiast—brought over her latest “thing.” We huffed and puffed our way through Alan Finger’s Power Yoga video, and I loved it. So I bought a few more videos and...

Yogi of the Month—Jim Cupo

I am a 54 year old from Hawthorne, NJ with two sons and a wife of 27 years. I worked as a pressman for a printing company in Paterson, NJ for 15 years and then worked as a leak detection technician for the State of New Jersey at Passaic Valley Water Commission for 15...