Ramona is an avid fitness enthusiast, but an injury brought her to yoga in 2004. She is grateful for that injury, it brought her to something beyond exercise.  She was hooked after her first yoga class. She has had many teachers, and has trained with well-known yoga masters. Their passion for yoga ignited her own. Each of her teachers had their own unique style and technique, which has expanded her knowledge of yoga. Ramona is certified through the Yoga Alliance 200 Hour Teacher Training Program.


She has a BBA in Human Resources from UNT, and worked in business for several years. Once she started teaching yoga, she never looked back. Ramona has taken many classes of various styles over the years, and has been teaching yoga for over ten years. She is partial to Power Vinyasa Flow. 


Some may find yoga to be a challenging practice, but finding the balance between breathing and maintaining proper form during poses is key to progressing to higher levels. Yoga is the only form of exercise where I find there is absolutely nothing in my head, only the sound of my breath. Yoga is such a great practice, anyone can do it: you do not need to be flexible or strong. With regular practice, even the most inflexible person will become flexible.  There are poses for absolutely anyone’s limitations.” - Ramona