Greg Cohen has been a fitness instructor for over 12 years in both New York and Los Angeles. He has always been an athlete, attending college as an NCAA Division I wrestler. His passion for fitness continued to grow by becoming an instructor in various fitness disciplines such as cycling, kickboxing, and other HIIT formats. He loves to create energy, through empowering people through his coaching in order to help them reach their greatest potential.In addition to his fitness background, Greg has tremendous leadership skills from his tenure of operating restaurants and managing people at a senior director level. Greg has cultivated and mentored people to highly successful careers in the hospitality field.
Growing up in the world of sports like soccer, lacrosse, running, and Crossfit; Arielle was always active in some form or another. A former college lacrosse player, sidelined by a series of debilitating knee injuries Arielle refused to accept that she would not be able to run again and do the things that she loved. Even after four knee surgeries, Arielle’s resolve to remain active was crucial; as she knew that fitness and movement were paramount to her happiness.Hesitant to try yoga but encouraged to do so by her doctor, curiosity eventually got the best of her and she wandered into her first class. Arielle was immediately hooked. Yoga made her feel powerful and athletic. But most importantly, yoga made her feel beautiful inside and out. It was literally love at the first inhale.Arielle holds her 200-hour RYT in Hatha Vinyasa, Buti®, Street Yoga and Schwinn® cycling certification. In addition to her work in the world of fitness, she is also a full-time middle school English teacher and lifestyle blogger. Arielle believes in transforming obstacles into opportunities and never allowing circumstance define her successes. She meditates daily and knows first hand that the power of meditation and a positive outlook can greatly change your outcomes in life for the better. She is honored to represent her community in a classroom, on a yoga mat, or while inspiring others to love their bodies and movement.