Deedee McCue is the owner of Eastern Shore Yoga and Wahe SUP. She is is a 500 hour register Yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance and completed her Hatha Yoga Teacher Training with Divine Light in June of 2011. She is a passionate and perpetual student and practitioner of The Eight Limbs of Raja Yoga and its integrated holistic system for the body, mind and inner spirit.
Deedee teaches how to tap into your inherent joy, strength and stability while bringing balance to the body and mind by leading classes with attention to therapeutic ailment through heart centered instruction. She wishes to help all her students form a strong practice that accommodates their individual needs and limitations.
Students learn how to have better posture, deeper breath and increased circulation, strength and stamina with the intention to be a stronger more radiant and joyful being. Deedee is incredibly grateful for the impact yoga has had in all areas of her life and wishes to share its astonishing benefits with others. (Flow Yoga, Gentle Yoga)
As a massage therapist with a background as a transplant RN, I offer a unique blend of traditional medical training along with a vast variety of complementary healing modalities in an attempt to heal others. This enables me to create a safe and comforting environment addressing sessions on a spectrum aimed at pure relaxation theraputic holistic therapy that can include the medical, rehabilitative and emotional needs of my clients.
Blending my background in education, bodywork, and counseling, I call my style of work integrative bodywork. I believe that learning through and from our body gives us essential grounding and self awareness needed for lasting transformation.
I make a commitment to giving you the best in me through my skills and specialties that complement benefits to you. My energy, enthusiasm and philosophy are directed to meet your needs and bring you beyond “just” being. I invite you to experience a part of the healing circle to improve your quality of life.
"Sabitri has magical hands and coupled with her expert skills and serene approach I would highly recommend her!"
"I am so grateful ESY has partnered with Sabitri to offer massages and reflexology. Sabitri got rid of my muscle pains and headache and left me feeling like I was walking on air. I don't usually treat myself to massages, but I will now!"
Paul Gilmore, PhD, is a retired high school teacher who also taught in college and industry. He received his 200 hour yoga teacher certification at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Wellness in Stockbridge, MA, under the direction of Larissa Hall Carlson and Cristie Newhart. At Kripalu, he aligned himself with their philosophy of inclusiveness regardless of limitations or abilities. His knowledge of health and wellness helps students listen to their bodies, practicing yoga with ahimsa, the yogic philosophy of practice without judgment. He experienced both a spiritual and physical transformation through yoga and would like to help others gain the clarity to discover their authentic selves, finding peace and well-being.
While Jenn has been practicing yoga on-and-off for about five years, she fell in love with the beauty of caring for your body and soul through asana and meditation last summer in a cow field at an off-grid camp in the middle of Kentucky. There she discovered the power of both movement and stillness to help herself heal during a time of loss and grief. Jenn came home knowing that she needed to create a space for others to have their own experience and immediately enrolled in Red Lila School of Yoga in Baltimore, Maryland. Studying under Lindsay Lusignea and Kate Manchester, she developed the tools to create space for others while also challenging them to strengthen their mind-body connection.
Jaclyn began practicing Yoga while finishing her Exercise Science degree at Salisbury University. At the time, her goal was to increase focus and flexibility, while balancing certain problem areas of her body that resulted from playing elite collegiate soccer. The practice of asana opened Jaclyn’s curiosity into mind-body connection, pranayama, and self care.
During her profound studies at Hari Om Yoga School in Costa Rica with Massimo Monti and Jun Lee overlooking the Caribbean, Jaclyn discovered how to embrace pure life in her teachings, enlivening the muscles and supporting the fascinating anatomical structure. Jaclyn is passionate through authentic living, holistic nourishment, simplicity, and exploration. Her Vinyasa classes reflect this as she aims to lead you through a dynamic sequence, focusing on alignment to reveal inner strength and cultivating peaceful awareness.
A local to the Eastern Shore, Mary Gellen spent the last 3 years being guided by dreams, circumstance, and synchronism around the country to different spiritual teachers.
She spent many months training with the Sivananda yoga lineage at an ashram and recently received her 200hr RYT with Sri Dharma Mittra in Manhattan.
Naturally inclined to psychic exploration, Mary’s major loves and teachers are meditation and yoga nidra. She discovered that with ashtanga yoga as her backbone, a sonic meditation practice was the most inclusive of people at any level of experience or interest. Music and sound have proved to be some of the strongest healing allies on her path and have lead her to teachers all over the country. Mary’s practice is always expanding as new information is “downloaded” and integrated into being. Tapping into her own roots in sound has opened up an ability to listen deeply, a quality she hopes to help open in others. Healing, mastery, and realization of the Self are all compounded with the cultivation of deep listening.
Heather Mir, 200 hour Certified and Licensed Ashaya Yoga® Teacher, took her first yoga class in the late 90s and absolutely fell in love. There was something so empowering about syncing breath with body movement that was unlike any other form of exercise she had experienced before. Her initial exposure was through books, dvds, and cable network programs and eventually expanded to local community outlets. Over the next dozen or so years she maintained her personal practice as she pursued a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Accounting and then embarked on her professional accounting career. In 2015, she realized she wanted to deepen her personal practice and share her love of yoga with others. Her 200 hour Ashaya Yoga® teacher training with Todd Norian, founder of Ashaya Yoga®, provided her with the guidance for her personal practice as well as the structure required to guide students mindfully. Ashaya Yoga® is an alignment based method that teaches you how to return to your heart and to your true nature.
Kara came to yoga for relief from back pain years and decided to make yoga her primary source of fitness for both mind and body. Kara completed her 200 hour yoga training at Amazing Yoga, a Baron Baptiste power affiliate. She strives to make her classes challenging yet accessible to all ages and flexibility levels. Kara teaches a vinyasa style flow, in which movement is connected by the breath, emphasizing modifications to enhance student experience.
Brandy is a certified Kundalini Yoga instructor. She studied with Harijiwan Singh Khalsa and Tej Kaur Khalsa in Los Angeles, California, both of whom studied with Yogi Bhajan for over three decades. She is a certified Radiant Child Yoga instructor and has been teaching children’s yoga in both studio and school settings. She is a practitioner of the gong and believes in the powerful healing benefits of sound therapy. She is a graduate of The Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is a certified health coach. Brandy holds a master’s degree in counseling and education and has worked in mental health, addictions and as a school counselor.
Jena Latham, a native of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, USA, moved to Boulder, Colorado in 1989, where she began her journey into the healing arts. After completing a 3 month wilderness adventure program with The National Outdoor Leadership School, she began working at health food stores and on organic farms.
She received her certification in herbology at the Rocky Mountain Center for Botanical Studies in 1993. In 1995 she was certified in Therapeutic Touch and Chi Gung at the Body Energy Center. In this era Jena studied plant spirit medicine, shamanic journey work, blended essential oils, made flower essences, led herb walks for children, and designed and crafted jewelry with healing stones.
After many years of working in the herbal products industry, as an educator, crafter of products, and organic cultivator, Jena became a private chef specializing in healthy organic fare.
Although mostly self-taught, she attended intensive training in advanced culinary techniques at the Culinary School of the Rockies in 2007. Jena’ s healthy cooking took her to Hawaii, Alaska, and San Francisco.
An avid hiker, Jena enjoyed the beautiful mountains in Colorado, and also took advantage of the myriad of movement classes in Boulder. Jena studied yoga, middle eastern dance, trance dance, authentic movement, swing dance, salsa, tango, and Pilates. After finding Pilates to be the most efficient method at the time for transforming her body, mind, and spirit, Jena began her Pilates teacher training with BASI in Paris France in 2009. She completed her comprehensive Pilates teacher training with Body Arts and Science International in the spring of 2010 in Seattle WA.
For most of 2011 Jena lived and worked in Lyon, France, where she taught Pilates in French. In August of 2014 Jena completed her Garuda barre, seated and standing teacher certifications in London with world renowned creator of the form, James D. Silva. She is very excited to share this flowing method which combines Pilates, yoga, tai chi, and dance.
Jena worked as a traveling Garuda and Pilates Instructor in Bermuda , New Zealand and France over the last few years. She helped many athletes, office workers, and busy Moms get out of chronic pain, improve their golf games, and place on the podium.
A pioneer in the transformative arts, with over 25 years of expertise, Jena is happy to help you along your path to wellness.
Eleanor Denegre began studying and practicing Yoga as a teenager to build strength and grounding for her career in theater and dance as a performer and a Theater Specialist at the NEA. Her practice cultivates resilience, stillness, and focus within the “noise” of daily life and her inquiry is how to create freedom and joy within the constraints of desks and schedules. Eleanor is a 500-hour Kripalu Professional Teacher and a certified Interdisciplinary Yoga Teacher, Nosara Yoga Institute. She studied Yoga with Swami Neeladevananda and corporeal expression with French artist Etienne Decroux and with theater artists Henryk Tomaszewski and Jerzy Grotowski as a Kosciuszko Foundation Fellow in Poland. She has been honored to teach at the Athenaeum Gallery in Alexandria, VA, C2 Fitness, and the Justice Department for over 17 years in Washington, D.C.