Our Staff

Susan Kullman
Owner/Instructor/Wellness and Spiritual Life Coach

For almost two decades, Susan has empowered, celebrities, college students, and individuals to a live a life of intentional health and wellness. A positive, energetic, life force, Susan has used her knowledge and experience to educate and inspire others. Her unparalleled ability to connect and motivate not only comes from her vast education but also compassionately fueled by her own personal journey towards wellness. Susan “walks her talk” with an emphasis on balance, evolution, and integration. Susan has appeared on the Martha Show, held an audio yoga program and periodic appearances on Martha Stewart Living Channel on Sirus Satellite Radio.

Accreditations, Certifications & Education:

Jenny Cimaglia

Certified Yoga Instructor

Jenny has been practicing yoga for 15 years and received her RYT 200 Hour Teacher Training at Pure Yoga in New York City. She also holds a 100 hour certification in Medical and Therapeutic Yoga through Pure. Jenny’s teaching style ties together her years of in depth philosophical and textual study of both Buddhism and Hinduism (in Hong Kong and Vrindavan, India respectively) and her movement training in theatre. While a strong vinyasa teaching, Jenny prefers to slow things down, specializing in restorative, yin, gentle and meditation, Some of her primary influences include the late Jacques le coq, Dana Slamp of Prema Yoga, and Taryn Toomey’s cathartic movement practice, “The Class.” Jenny loves being fully conscious and aware in her body and wants to share this joy with others.

Kate Graham
Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor

Kate has been teaching for over 20 years and managed her own yoga studio for 15 years. She is a certified Iyengar yoga teacher and has studied with many senior and renowned instructors. The gift of yoga has brought a place of emotional balance and physical strength to her life. She is infinitely grateful to her teachers and to the boundless science of yoga for bringing a calm and steady place to “be”. Kate teaches with clarity of instruction, precision in alignment, and sensitivity to each student.

Kate’s own struggle and recovery from significant sciatica, three episodes of Lyme disease and anxiety difficulties have taught her the importance of working with the whole individual. She teaches privately and in groups with students of various levels and abilities including athletic individuals, seniors, and those with more specialized needs (including physical limitations and disorders, spectrum disorders, and mental/emotional struggles). She strives to find that delicate balance which will take her students to the edge, but never beyond. It is the discriminating intelligence and alignment learned through the practice of Iyengar yoga that allows us to deepen our understanding and embrace inner peace. Kate has taught workshops in public and private schools and senior living facilities, and has also led yoga retreats to Costa Rica and Morocco.

Elin Waterston

Certified Yoga Instructor

Elin started Ballet lessons at age three and has been dancing ever since. She went on to study many other styles of dance including Jazz, Lyrical, Theater Dance, Highland Dance, Latin, Ballroom, Pole Dance and Bellydance. In 2008 Elin began practicing yoga and it became an important complement to her dancing – each discipline improving the other. This led her to become a 200HR RYT Vinyasa Yoga Instructor. Elin’s practice is built on an understanding of anatomy and alignment and seeks to create space, both in the body and the mind. Intrigued by the concept of combining elements of dance, yoga and aerial arts, she decided to try aerial fitness. Her feet left the ground and it was love at first flight! Elin enjoys the feeling of freedom and joyfulness that aerial yoga provides and is happy to share her love of being upside down. Elin is also an Om Factory Certified Aerial Yoga Instructor, Fly Gym Aerial Fitness® Instructor / Master Trainer, Climb&Spin® Pole Dance Instructor and Ballroom Dance Instructor.


Susie Layden Grady

Certified Yoga Instructor

Susan has been a dedicated and focused athlete her whole life. She has a professional background in yoga, gymnastics and martial arts.
Sues has been practicing yoga since age 18. Currently 200 hr certified and almost complete with her 500 hr. HR-RYT certification.
In addition to yoga, Sues started doing gymnastics at the age of four and went on to compete, teach, and coach gymnastics. She found incredible freedom in precise movement at a young age which has carried into her  adulthood through her yoga and martial art practices. She currently studies under Grand Master Kana in TKD and Hapkido. She has achieved the rank of Master (4th Dan).  She has been teaching TKD and Hapkido for over ten years.

Nora Matz

Massage Therapy, LMT

Nora specializes in massage therapy, craniosacral balancing, and energetic healing. She has been practicing professionally for 17 years, but her love of healing came at a very early age. People would often comment on Nora’s “healing hands” since she was a child. So after graduating Skidmore College with a B.S degree in Exercise Physiology, Nora decided to pursue her life’s purpose by enrolling at the Swedish Institute of Massage Therapy. From there she has continued her studies within the fields of massage, craniosacral therapy and energetic healing. She has a way of integrating techniques and modalities that is all her own. Nora caters each of her sessions to the client’s specific individual needs.

Linda Cohen
Shamanic Practitioner, Reiki Master and Energy Healer

Linda Cohen is a shamanic practitioner. She received her training at the Four Winds Society in the Healing the Light Body School founded by Alberto Villoldo, a medical anthropologist and psychologist. The school has its origins in the healing practices of the shamans of the Andes and the Amazon. The core healing practice of the school is the teachings of the “light body” also known as the luminous energy field (LEF). The LEF is an information field that surrounds the physical body and contains records or imprints of all physical, emotional and spiritual traumas. It is a blueprint that determines how you will heal, live and might die. The shamans discovered that by accessing the LEF and erasing its imprints of disease, we can bring about healing, transformation and wholeness.

During Linda’s training and in a separate class, she received a series of initiations known as the Munay Ki rites. Through these rites, she became connected to a lineage of medicine men and women (Earth Keepers) who lead and have led extraordinary lives. The rites clear the chakras and upgrade the energy field. It would be Linda’s pleasure to share these rites with you. She continues to take classes with the Four Winds Society to gain further insight and knowledge into the healing practices of the LEF, and to share this knowledge with her family and her community.

Linda is also a Reiki master. She received her mastership in 2000. Reiki has always been a part of her healing practice and continues to be a part of it. She, also, belongs to a healing group that meets regularly to explore, to practice and to experience healing and its techniques.

She incorporates and blends her Reiki background and Shamanic training to offer sessions that provide healing, transformation and balance.