My Yoga Teachers:

Peggy Biolchini

I have been practicing yoga since the early 2000’s. I received my 200 hour yoga teacher training certification through YogaFit in 2015. YogaFit is an alignment based, Hatha, vinyasa style of yoga. I am qualified to teach men and women as well as meeting the special needs of pre/postnatal women and to seniors (55 and older). I am also trained in power yoga (aka: Yoga Sweat) and the Yoga Lean program. I am currently pursuing training to be certified to teach people with depression/anxiety and PTSD. Being a former distance runner, I also have a special interest in working with people who are runners, cyclist and athletes. I really enjoy teaching to beginners as well as the advanced yogi. In all my classes, I offer modifications so everybody with any body type, can enjoy the benefits of yoga. I look forward to meeting you at Harmony Yoga: Body, Mind & Soul.

Sheila Skipworth

Sheila has been teaching yoga for over 14-years. She is uniquely qualified as a yoga teacher since she is also a licensed massage therapist, a Structural Integrator and has extensive yoga training. Sheila has a 200-hour yoga certification and is currently working on a 500-hour certification with Tias Little in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I feel so fortunate to have Sheila join us!

Amanda McClellan

With practice comes understanding. Amanda has spent a half a century trying to reach perfection and is now in love with the messy journey called life. With her consistent yoga practice Amanda has gained far more insight into how the winds of everyday life causes the tree to wobble and with yoga and a supportive community she finds balance. Life does not give us clean lines and yoga mimics the diversity of life. Amanda tackles life challenges and welcomes accomplishments with yoga.

Amanda is a daughter, sister, wife, ex-wife, mother of children born from both heart and womb and she is a friend. Amanda enjoys competing in triathlons and training with running, biking, and swimming. Yoga has enabled Amanda to continue training after an L5/S1 discectomy in March of 2019.

Amanda recently completed her level 1 Yoga Fit Training and is excited to start a new journey through sharing her love of yoga and how it transforms your mind, body, and soul. Join Amanda as she deepens her practice through teaching at Harmony. 

Logan Benjamin

Logan has spent his life in search of knowledge, wisdom, and ways to have a positive impact on the world. Like millions of Americans, he lost his job in spring of 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. During this time, he began down a path of self-discovery, looking in rather than out for the answers he sought. Having practiced yoga intermittently for the past 10 years, and at the urging of his wife, Logan decided to pursue his 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification. Initially meant to improve his personal practice, he quickly realized the benefits of yoga and meditation and knew that he had an opportunity to help others.

Suffering from both bipolar depression and PTSD, Logan has learned that yoga is an effective tool for finding balance in life. That balance comes from the unity the body, mind, and soul, and is something that he looks forward to helping others obtain.

In addition to Logan’s 200 hour RYT, he is also trained in chair yoga, restorative yoga, and Ayurveda. He previously has worked as a Firefighter/EMT, medical assistant to a variety of different doctors, and most recently in marketing/administration for a construction-based company. Logan is very excited to add Harmony Yoga as the next chapter of his life, and hopes you will join him along his journey.