About The Teachers
Lisa F. Levine
Lcsw, Lisw, Lisw-Cp Eryt, 500, Rcyt, Yoga Instructor
Lisa Levine has been working with children and families for 30 years, she is a licensed clinical social worker with a private practice in Boca Raton. She is a non conventional therapist who specializes in treating anxiety, mood issues, self esteem issues, attention and impulse control issues, self- esteem and social skills, special needs and is trauma trained. Lisa got her yoga certification in 2013 at Yogaearth and her Rcyt at Kidding Around Yoga. Katie's Kids Yoga was developed in 2014 with the intention of spreading the yoga of yoga, mindfulness and relaxation through aa healthy, peaceful and gratuitous atmosphere on and off the mat to children of all ages in school settings and out. Lisa is passionate and has a strong drive to help children in unique and different ways, she has specialized and unique techniques that she has incorporated into her program. The hope is that children will learn tools that will carry them into through childhood and adulthood, creating a way that that will lead to a healthier stress free, happier and grounded lifestyle. When Lisa is not doing therapy or teaching she enjoys doing yoga, traveling, walking, going to the beach and spending time with her dogs and family.
She has been teaching different yoga modalities of yoga for adults and children for over a decade. Carol has studies on Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga and Yin yoga. Carol is also certified to teach Yoga Kids and Prenatal Yoga. She has a background in Psychology and trainings on Reiki Healing, Mindfulness and Early Education Development, keeping her awareness on the power of words, presence and touch during her classes. Carol also runs workshops and trainings to educate new teachers on how to work with children and teach yoga to them. Carol enjoys cooking, spending time with her family, being outdoors and bringing the joy of yoga into the lives of children.
Rylan grew up dedicating her time to intense training, competing in gymnastics for about 8 years. She then went on to spend many years coaching gymnastics. Upon moving to south Florida she was introduced to yoga and breath work by one of her best friends. Her personal yoga journey began after the sudden loss of that very friend. Yoga quite literally saved her life in a time of grieving and pain. She graduated from MSD in 2018 and has spent a long time healing and processing from the tragedy that occurred. She has struggled most of her life with mental health disorders and came to realize how much the breath work, mindfulness, and focus of yoga helps keep her mind at ease. Despite all the tragedy and loss she has experienced, she chooses to use her experiences to grow and allows them to fuel her passion for helping others discover their inner peace. She is a 200 hour RYT certified through American Yoga Teacher's Training, as well as a certified Reiki Master Teacher, and a certified sound healing practitioner. Her goals in teaching yoga are to help others heal, and to inspire and guide you through your own practice and self discovery process. She wants to use her own story to inspire people to get the help they need and let them know that it's okay to not be okay. What we benefit from yoga on our mats, the physical asanas, is only a sliver of all that yoga has to offer.