Lead Trainers for the Yoga Teacher 200 and 300-hour certification

Lisa Greenbaum



Lisa has a strong passion for fitness, yoga and movement. She has worked with countless individuals, including her own personal practice, using Yoga based practices to release stored trauma from the body, finding ease from chronic pain and tension and a deeper connection to Self. Lisa spent 8 years as Director of an International Yoga School before setting out on her own with the mission to honour Yogic culture, and once again bring Yoga philosophy and meditation forward as an imperative part of our Yoga practice and teachings. She is an International presenter and author and has devoted her entire career to making a difference inside the Yoga and Wellness Industry. Winner of multiple awards including the Steve Block Vendor of the year for canfitpro in 2013 and Canadian presenter of the year in 2018. She’s been included in the top 100 health and fitness influencers in Canada from 2017-2021. A Global Ambassador for Women in Fitness Association, co-founder and mentor for the WIFA Writers Academy and sits on the editorial board for Optimyz magazine. You can find her articles on Yoga and mindfulness in canfitpro and Optimyz magazines.

Tracy Glennon

E-RYT 500, C-IAYT (in process), YACEP


Tracy began her yoga journey in Ottawa over 25 years ago while seeking a softer side to movement to counter her athletic endeavors. She certified first as an Ashtanga instructor with David Swensen and studied Power yoga with Beryl Bender Birch. Not long after she discovered both Yin and Restorative yoga as a wonderful counter-balance to these practices. She has been teaching 200 & 500 hour Registered Yoga Teacher Trainings for the last 8 years. Tracy is passionate about introducing yoga as a therapeutic tool to athletes as a team yoga instructor for professional football and soccer teams. Currently she provides in studio classes, one on one therapy and group sessions and works in the corporate community providing meditation and mindfulness workshops. As a Yoga Therapist her focus has been on working with clients with traumatic brain injuries from motor vehicle accidents as well as patients living with Parkinson’s, POTS, addictions and trauma. Tracy feels very fortunate to travel presenting at fitness/yoga conferences and retreats sharing her passion for yoga and teaching. The countless mentors, peers and students she has met make her heart sing! You can connect with her on Instagram @dropyoga.ca or @namaste.tracy for upcoming events or just to chat about all things yoga!

Tracy Jennings-Hill



Tracy found her yoga practice over 25 years ago, as a way to heal after her husband was killed while on active duty.  Her discovery came organically as she was searching for happiness without medications or stimulants.  Yoga helped her begin to rebuild her life, and as she was retiring from the US Air Force she continued to practice and eventually become certified to teach in 2001. Tracy spent many years as a Personal Trainer, Group Fitness Instructor and Studio Manager with Lifetime Athletic, moving on to opening her own studio – LiveURYoga in 2017. In addition she has spent 15 years as a Yoga Teacher Trainer, led Yoga retreats and trainings all over the world and is the Ayurveda Program Manager for Sattva Yoga Academy. Over the years her teaching, practice, and mentoring have transformed, due to her extensive travels to Rishikesh, India, the birth place of Yoga. Her focus, vision and mission is about providing a platform for transformation, empowerment, and growth meeting each person where they are but more importantly giving them the tools to flourish. Yoga can connect with her on Instagram @tracyofliveuryoga

Presenters and Teaching Assistants

Andrea Stuart


Teaching Yoga Since 2015

Current Designation – 200hr RYT, Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) providing trauma informed parent training.

Specialties – Vinyasa

Other Loves and Passions – I enjoy being in nature, especially anywhere that the ocean and mountains meet. Exploring the city with my puppy and finding new restaurants to try!

I practice yoga for me. On the physical level, yoga helps me to feel strong, balance, and healthy. When I have a consistent yoga practice my body feels at ease and other physical practices become easier and more enjoyable. Similarly, yoga helps to calm my busy mind and help me find cognitive strength, balance, and flexibility. When I get to teach and share these practices with others, I feel more connected to myself and the collective group, and that is a feeling like no other!

Asha Daniels


Teaching Yoga Since 2010

Current Designation – 500-hr Certified Yoga Teacher

Specialties – Yoga Philosophy 

Other Loves and Passions – I am an avid student of life and a lover of all things travel, fitness, health and wellness. I am also a Musician.

Yoga helps me connect daily with my body, release stress and relax. It gives me tools to deal with life and understand and observe my mind and emotions and stay in balance.

Sarah Yeung


Teaching Yoga Since 2015

Current Designation – 200-hr Certified Yoga Teacher, 120-Hour Warriors Yoga Teacher, MSW (specialization in health and mental health), NADA auricular acupuncture certification.

Specialties – Yoga for chronic pain, trauma, mental health, addictions, athletics.

Other Loves and Passions – Hospital social work, sports & fitness, outdoor adventures & travel, nature & wildlife, circular economy & swapping

I practice yoga because it helps to regulate my nervous system. Yoga also complements my favourite activities by preventing injuries and improving my mobility!

Marketing Team

Samantha Comfort