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Yoga Bridge was recently featured on News Channel CW33 and in Yoga for Healthy Aging, Huffington Post, Dallas Morning News, Lewisville LeaderYoga Digest, and Communities Foundation of Texas Journal.

Susan and Pam at Bradie's Bash, 2011
Yoga Bridge
Susan Reeves and Pamela Ryan are E-RYT yoga teachers and co-founders of Yoga Bridge. Yoga Bridge is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that offers yoga classes, workshops, and teacher trainings in Denton County. The money we earn provides FREE yoga for cancer patients.  Scroll down to see more.

Pamela Ryan, E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher) with Yoga Alliance
*Co-founder of Yoga Bridge
*Yoga Bridge Yoga for Cancer Teacher Trainer
*Instructor of Yoga Fundamentals, Thai Yoga Massage
*LMT licensed massage therapist with over 900 hours of education, certifications in Swedish, sports, shiatsu, neuromuscular and Thai massage
*Massage therapist to Dallas Cowboys' Bradie James, and Olympic Gold Medalists, Nastia Liukin and Carly Patterson
*Travels regularly to India to study yoga, meditation, and ayurveda

To read more about Pamela, click here.

Susan Reeves, MA, E-RYT 500 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher) with Yoga Alliance, teaching since 2005
*Co-founder of Yoga Bridge
*Yoga Bridge Yoga for Cancer Teacher Trainer
*Instructor of Prana Vinyasa ® Yoga, Restorative, Pre/Post Natal, Gentle Yoga
*Relax and Renew® Certified Instructor w/ Judith Lasater
*Shiva Rea Prana Vinyasa ® and Pre/Post Natal-trained
*Completed Oncology Training for Yoga Teachers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, July 2012

To read more about Susan, click here.


Yoga Bridge Teachers
(We couldn't do it without them!)

Debbie Simon, RYT-500 
Debbie is a yoga teacher in Flower Mound and Lewisville.  She has been teaching for 7 years and recently completed her advanced training in Yoga for Cancer with Yoga Bridge From Debbie:  "Since I was a kid, I’ve always somehow known about the mind body spirit connection even if I could not put it into words.  Running outside always gave me a sense of what I’m capable of being plus it was a form of meditation (before I knew what that meant) for me.    I started working in the health and fitness industry over 16 years ago as an aerobics instructor for the local YMCA.  I went on to teach several forms of fitness but it was not until I found yoga did the connection of mind body and spirit really come together as a complete holistic practice.  I started practicing yoga with DeAnna Nielson, the founder of Blue Anjou Yoga Studio and director of Breathe into Awareness Teacher Training program.  From her I learned about the 8 Limbs and how yoga is much more than just a physical practice. It incorporates ethical practices, selfless service, breath work and meditation. I completed my 200 and 500 hour registered teacher training and now teach Hatha, Yin, Kundalini and Meditation. As I’ve gotten older I’ve found my practice and teaching has moved towards the gentler more compassionate way.  Since everything is always changing, Yoga is a way for me to connect with the one thing that is unchanging: the stillness within.  I hope to bring a sense of peace and calm through gentle movements, meditation and breathe work that will help access that unchanging aspect within all of us. "  Debbie Simon is a certified Yoga Bridge Yoga for Cancer Teacher.

Shanna Nasche, RYT-200

Shanna has actively and passionately practiced yoga for 11+ years. She completed teacher training in 2009. Her goal as a teacher is sharing her love of and knowledge about yoga with her students, whether new or experienced in their practice. Her classes focus on building flexibility, balance and strength--based on students’ physical needs and limitations--helpful for anyone with the desire to feel better and move well in life off the mat!

Paula Hopkins-Favre
Bio coming soon...

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Yoga Bridge™  is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides evidence-based coping strategies to complement medical treatment for cancer and recovery.  Benefits include reduced fatigue, stress management, and a nurturing community.  We serve the areas of Dallas/Ft. Worth, Denton, Flower Mound, Lewisville, and Highland Village, Texas.



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