"I love my yoga class.  Jeannie's imagery and instruction bring the body and mind together in a truly positive and strengthening way. Being a novice, I'm grateful for the different levels of intensity offered with the positions. Jeannie's approach makes the whole idea of yoga very welcoming and more accessible, in a caring environment, than I would have thought possible"
- S.A., student

jeannie goldstoneI’m a registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance.

After practicing many styles of yoga for over a decade, I completed teacher training in 2010 in the Anusara style with master teachers Ann Greene and Todd Norian.  I’ve trained in Experiential Anatomy and Restorative Yoga with Judith Hansen Lasater and Yoga for the Nervous System with Bo Forbes.  My teaching style is also influenced by Vinyasa Flow and Iyengar traditions.

I have a master’s degree in counseling psychology, and I’m a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC).  I have worked with children, teens, families and women in private settings and in school settings.

I was a professional ski instructor for eight years (5 in Colorado, 3 in NH). I love being active…. skiing, swimming, biking and walking my dogs.

I have studied Ayurveda, the sister science of yoga, with yogi, yoga teacher and Ayurvedic practitioner Cate Stillman.  I’ve also studied Western Herbalism with the Boston School of Herbal Studies.  I have a passion for working with our green allies of the plant world to build a healthy mind, body, community, and, ultimately, earth.

Over the past decade, I have studied and practiced mindfulness and Insight Meditation, with particular interest in mindfulness practice for stress relief.   I continue to study mindfulness for youth in educational settings with Mindful Schools.

I practice meditation and study non-dual Tantric yoga philosophy in the Kashmir Shaivite tradition with internationally renowned scholar of Hindu Tantra, Paul Muller Ortega.

I am a Reiki Master.  I have been trained in the Usui tradition, as well as in the Kali-Ki and Kundalini Reiki traditions. Reiki is a powerful healing modality that taps into Universal Life Force Energy, providing deep relaxation and restoring optimal balance to one’s physical-emotional-mental-spiritual being.


My mission is to make the world a better place, one body at a time. To affect the whole, we need to start with the individual.

The regular practice of yoga and meditation leads to a healthy body, a focused mind, and a peaceful heart.  People who are healthy in body, mind, and spirit tend to show more compassion, gratitude and kindness to themselves and others.

As more and more people practice yoga, meditation and other contemplative practices, the ripple effect on our culture and on our world will be enormous.