Meet the Yoga Instructors


Beth

Beth Ebert

I took my first yoga class in 1974 at the School of Yoga in Houston, Texas and it was love at first stretch. I had an immediate connection with the physical practice, Hatha Yoga, as well as, the teachings that go hand in hand with a yogi devotee working on the spirit of positive change.

My yoga practice continues to change my life, the physical practice lends itself to building strength, flexibility, and finding balance. The breath work brings a greater awareness to quieting the mind thus allowing a sweet connection to the goodness within.

My style of teaching has been influenced and inspired by my many teachers over the years. Vinyasa flow, which is a linking of one yoga posture to another in a rhythmic fashion, moving with the inhales and the exhales, building body heat, is my primary style of teaching the postures (asana’s), accompanied by hands-on assist and adjustments.

My yoga practice continues to bring more light, love, joy and happiness to my life and it is my hope that I can inspire the same beautiful process in all that practice with me.

Yoga Experience

  • 200 Hour Hatha Yoga Certification through YogaFit
  • YogaFit is a Yoga Alliance approved teacher training program
  • Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance since 2006

Other Professional Experience

  • 200 Hour Hatha Yoga Certification through YogaFit
  • YogaFit is a Yoga Alliance approved teacher training program
  • Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance since 2006
  • All website photos by Galina Stepanova

Randall Cauley

Randall is a Dharma Yoga certified instructor (CYT 300) with over 350 hours of education and training. As a Dharma Yoga instructor, Randall’s approach to yoga is a ragmatic and mindful approach to the tradition. “Let go of false expectations. The only yoga you will find of any use at all is the one where you meet yourself on the mat, right where you are, just as you are. This is the surest way to accelerate learning and growth.”

His style has been described as “eclectic, playful and compassionate.”His teaching is informed by explorations in Anusara, Dharma Yoga, Vinyasa Krama, Astanga, Bikram, iniyoga, Thai Massage and Yin Yoga.

“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” W B Yeats

Randall is passionate about the profound benefits of yoga for body, mind, and heart. “The fruit of yoga is clarity and compassion. In the yogic arts, we cultivate wareness, presence, and mindfulness to more fully engage the energy within and around us.”

Randall’s Vinyasa classes focus on breath-filled fluid movement, flowing sequences designed to ignite the body for healing, and gently and playfully tethering awareness to the expansiveness of the present moment. “This is a deliberate practice, simple and effective. When we practice mindfully, yoga can illuminate the deep embodied wisdom that lies within us.”

“On this path no effort is wasted, no gain is ever reversed; even a little of this practice will shelter you from great sorrow.” (BG II.40)