YogaAnatomy.net

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nullKelsey Kaufman
YA.net Director

Wondering how Leslie & Amy's work came to be online? Kelsey was lucky enough to be a student of Amy & Leslie's when she lived in NYC. She missed this kind of study so much when she moved to Colorado that she switched careers and now makes the behind-the-scenes magic happen so Leslie & Amy can connect with their students all over the world.

nullAmy Siebert
YA.net Support

Can't figure out how to download something? Forgot your password? Ask Amy. Amy is that friend you call when you need help pulling off a surprise party, cooking an incredible feast for 50 guests, fixing a flat tire... fill in the blank. She can do it all, and she'll be your new favorite "Gal Friday" in no time.

nullTi Blair
YA.net Support

Ti is a former gym-rat who turned to yoga for rehabilitation and found her life changing before her eyes. She now teaches yoga, fitness, and meditation to preschoolers, seniors, veterans, police officers, and curious students of all stripes. Ti's credentials include: E-RYT500, YACEP, Larry Payne's "Prime of Life" program, "Yoga Warriors International", and a Gil Hedley somonaut, and homework coach for Leslie's YogaAnatomy.net Principles Course online.

nullSarah Barnaby
EmbodiedAnatomy.net Homework Coach

Sarah teaches yoga, anatomy and developmental movement in NYC in group classes and private sessions. She has studied extensively with Amy Matthews and Leslie Kaminoff, and co-directs Babies Project in NYC with Amy. Sarah wears many hats, teaching group and private yoga, and hosting "Geek Nights" at BP, acting as the homework coach at EmbodiedAnatomy.net, and even web programming. Sarah is certified as a Somatic Movement Educator as well as an Infant Developmental Movement Educator through the School for Body-Mind Centering. She is also certified in Embodied Developmental Movement and Yoga and Embodied Anatomy and Yoga, which are Body-Mind Centering® programs that teach developmental movement principles and an embodied approach to anatomy in relation to yoga practice.


These courses have been life-changing for all of us, and we're so glad to welcome you to the family!
The easiest way to get in touch with us is to start a chat using the button in the lower right-hand corner of your screen. Be sure to leave your email address so we can get back with you ASAP!
We don't have a central phone number for support because our support team is not in one central office, but rather we run the online courses remotely. (We're not in NYC, but we all happen to live in Colorado.)

The quickest way for you to get help at any given time is to email. That way, whichever one of us is on will be able to help you out ASAP.

Also, in 99% of the cases with technical questions, we've heard the question before and we already have a tutorial waiting for you.

We do work to support you as quickly as we can though, even on weekends, so know that we've got you covered no matter when you need help.


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