Paola Feher founded Bozeman Center for the Healing Arts in 1997. You can learn more about Paola here.
Jennifer Chrisman Campbell
Jennifer Chrisman Campbell began practicing yoga with Paola in 2006, while recovering from an Achilles rupture. Yoga became instrumental in her recovery. After practicing with Paola for ten years, Jennifer decided to learn more by pursuing her yoga teacher training certification with Bozeman Center for the Healing Arts. The spirit of yoga has been instrumental in helping her manage daily life with two young children. Through her business Groundwork, LLC, Jennifer uses yoga and counseling to assist clients in laying the foundation for a healthy life. She is certified by the Yoga Alliance (RYT 200) and is also a licensed clinical counselor and certified school counselor. In her yoga classes, Jennifer hopes to offer a bit of calmness to your otherwise busy life.
For more information on Jen's yoga and counseling services, visit jcampbellcounseling.com.
Carol Flaherty took her first yoga class with Paola in 1998, looking for relief from migraines and a body aching from office work and scoliosis. Finding relief from these, as well as asthma, intensified her desire to learn more. She began teaching in 2002 and is certified by Yoga Alliance as an experienced yoga teacher (E-RYT 200). She completed massage therapist training in 2008, and continues to train and work with Paola.
For more information on Carol's yoga and massage, visit carolflaherty.com.
Julie Kipfer began her yoga studies in 1997 in Boulder, Colorado, and has continued to deepen her practice with Paola since 2001. As an avid outdoor enthusiast, Julie enjoys and understands the benefits of yoga for performance and recovery of all sports, particularly with respect to cycling and skiing. In her classes, Julie aims to restore her students' vitality through a strengthening yet calming practice. She has been teaching yoga since 2008 and is currently certified by the Yoga Alliance (RYT 200).
Toni Marie LaGree
Toni Marie LaGree was drawn to yoga in 1991. She wasn't looking to do cool poses like handstand, but was, in fact, looking for something like the hokey-pokey--something to put your whole self into. Toni Marie sees yoga as an art and science of complete integration from the physical to the non-physical aspects of our being. Over the years she has learned that if you can perform a beautiful pose, but your inner life, or life off the yoga mat is a pain, then the point of yoga is missed.
Toni Marie began yoga classes with Paola Feher in1997. In 2009 she returned to Paola for yoga teacher training. Her studies have continued with additional anatomy theory and practice with Leslie Kaminoff, pranayama training with Gary Kraftsow, and mentoring with Dicken Bettinger.
In 2011 Toni Marie opened the Yoga Wellness Center in Glasgow, MT. For more information about the YWC, visit ywcglasgow.com.
Amy Slabaugh began her practice of yoga with Paola in 2008 while rehabilitating orthopedic injuries. This work sparked a journey of continued education in yoga, massage and Physical Therapy. She believes that movement is medicine and values the therapeutic focus of the tradition of TKV Desikachar and how it is adaptable for any body.
When not working, Amy enjoys mountain biking, skiing, gardening, and generally being outdoors. Yoga is the tool that travels with her everywhere, helping her to keep balance both physically and mentally.
Amy is currently a certified Yoga Teacher (RYT 200), as well as a licensed Physical Therapist and Massage Therapist. To learn more about Amy's physical therapy practice, visit her site here.