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Mindfulness, Yoga and nature have played an important role throughout Kevan Gale’s life. Influenced at an early age, Kevan was first introduced to yoga by his Aunt and Uncle while they lived in the United States before moving to India where they created a 350-acre wildlife sanctuary.

As a US Trustee of SAI (Save Animal Initiative) Sanctuary, Kevan continues to work closely with his Aunt sharing both yoga and their love of nature. Kevan’s grandmother also played an important role in his life, imparting in him her Native American roots and respect for Mother Earth. This early introduction to the natural world led Kevan to pursue degrees in Environmental Sciences and later a career in environmental consulting that spanned 12 years.

Kevan had the good fortunate of meeting his current teacher Khenpo Lama Migmar, Harvard University Buddhist Chaplain, who he has studied with for over 15 years. He left consulting to fully dedicate his time to yoga, mindfulness and Buddhist teachings. He owns Fluid Yoga and Stil Studio in Dedham MA where he shares the path of yoga and mindfulness. Additionally, Kevan teaches mindfulness at Northeastern University where he is currently working in collaboration with Dr. Dudley to expand the host of offerings to mindfulness students.

Jamie is an E-RYT 500 hour Fluid Yoga teacher and educator in the Fluid Yoga school.  Introduced to the benefits of physical movements at a very young age, Jamie evolved from a dancer and athlete to an avid yoga practitioner. Incorporating the mental aspects of a meditation practice and Buddhist philosophy into her life, Jamie became a teacher of yoga in 2009 and has spend the following years practicing and sharing of its benefits.   Jamie co-owns Aeemelia Skincare, a company born from the realization of feeling better when we are happy and healthy and providing handcrafted skincare made with simple products that make you feel good. Additionally, Jamie leads yoga retreats with her fellow Fluid Yoga teachers and enjoys biking and snowboarding in the mountains.

Since 2009, Betty has connected and shared the teachings of healing and spiritual practices of the Tibetan Yogic Tradition. Her mission is to help others through her work at Stil Studio, teaching yoga and mindfulness, healing bodywork and leading global retreats. She is eternally grateful to her teachers from the Tibetan Vajrayana practices; Khenpo Lama Migmar Tsetsen, Kevan Gale, Dr. Eric Rosenbush and Dr. Nida Chenagtsang.

Betty is an E-RYT 500 Fluid Yoga teacher and educator, Co-owner of Stil Studio, founder of SPA yoga, and a Tibetan Medicine Practitioner. She has co-founded The Five Clouds, a retail resource to help support your spiritual practice.

People Foundry

  • When I finished my 500-hour yoga training at Stil, I felt the need to continue exploring my spirituality, and delve deeper into yogic and Buddhist philosophies and practices. Triyana was the means to that. It has provided me with a deep understanding of these teachings, while at the same time giving me the opportunity to practice with a group of like-minded people. I feel lucky to be able to do my spiritual practice supported by teachers and students that motivate me along the way!

    S.M. – Massachusetts, USA
  • (Triyana) What a true gift it has been to have found a wellspring of wisdom that has had such a profound impact on my life. I will forever treasure the insight I have gained from such fabulous teachers as well as the community and relationships I’ve had the pleasure of being a part of and making. What a transformational experience!
    W.C. – Massachusetts, USA
  • Triyana Studies has been a loyal companion for me for the last three years. I joined the first year of Triyana because I wanted to have some consistency in my practice. I felt like I was struggling to maintain a steady meditation practice and a rising sense of anxiety in all the life challenges I faced. Triyana offered an opportunity to learn more and get grounded in specific teachings of the Buddha and it provided a community of other spiritual travelers to work with every week. I discovered and uncovered A LOT about myself, stuff that was only made possible because of the guidance of a knowledgable teacher and a supportive staff that live the practice each and every day.

    J.F. – Vermont, USA