New York
Lincoln Square

Alexa Silvaggio

Alexa was born and raised in San Luis Obispo California growing up performing in dance and gymnasics. For high school she was accepted into the prestigious Interlochen Arts Academy, where she pursued an education in musical theatre and Shakespeare. It was at Interlochen that she not only developed her love for the arts, but her love for Yoga and Reiki as well. Continuing on her path, Alexa found herself spending summers at CAP21, NYU's reputable musical theatre program. Followed by Syracuse University, where she was able to take the time to develope a new level of self inquiry and awareness. All of this education procured a desire to investigate deeper into her own practice of mindfulness and self growth. In result, she became a volunteer at the ilustrious Kripalu... Read the profile >>

Andy Blankenbuehler

Broadway Dance Center

Andy Blankenbuehler won the 2008 Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, Lortel and Calloway Award for Best Choreography for his work in the Broadway hit In The Heights. His choreography has also been seen on Broadway in the musical 9 To 5 (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics nominations), the revival of The Apple Tree (starring Kristin Chenoweth), The People In The Picture (Roundabout), the City Center revival of The Wiz, as well as the West End musical Desperately Seeking Susan. Andy is the director and choreographer of Bring It On, The Musical currently on tour and opening next season on Broadway. Other theatrical work includes: A Little Princess (music by Andrew Lippa), Waiting For The Moon (music by Frank Wildhorn), the City Center Encores! production of The Apple Tree, and A Wonderful... Read the profile >>

Juan Gamboa

Juan strives to teach good yoga - a juicy blend of Ashtanga (for the body), Vinyasa (for the mind) and Bhakti (for the heart). Classes are precise and playful, but vigorous and strong. After a recent trip to India, his practice was re-awakened by song, movement, and the dynamic pulse of Life. He draws from his 12 years of asana practice to find a deeper alignment in all things yoga: body and breath, meditation and movement, strength in stillness. Read the profile >>