About Yoga Sol
Yoga Sol, first opened in 2004 as a Bikram studio. Due to the Pandemic, we have now evolved into solely offering online virtual classes including Hot Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Power, Yin (Restorative), Release work, Teacher certifications, and more.
When allowed to safely travel and mingle again, we will be hosting our relaxing yoga retreats all over the world. Mexico, Greece, Italy, and many more locations!
Yoga Sol has extremely experienced instructors, who are knowledgeable about injuries and pregnancy and a friendly family oriented atmosphere. From beginner classes to challenging advanced classes to hard cardio workouts to relaxed restorative classes, you can expect a lot of care, knowledge and fun. Come Zoom with us.
Tara: Owner & Instructor:
Tara began practicing yoga in 2002 and has owned Yoga Sol since 2004. After receiving a Masters in Clinical Psychology and working as a therapist for 5 years, she left corporate America to follow her passion in yoga. Her first certification in 2003 was in Bikram yoga and she has continued to train in more modalities including Vinyasa, Iyengar, Ashtanga, Anusara, Kundalini , Restorative and Pilate's. She enjoys helping people and has extensive experience working with Athletes and injured students.
As a professional dancer in the entertainment industry for 20 years, Renay was drawn to yoga as a healing tool to gain strength and mobility. While performing on a cruise ship in Florida, Renay obtained her 200hr yoga teacher training in Hot Power Vinyasa at The Yoga Society in Palm Beach. She taught weekly classes on the cruise ship and gained experience working with all levels. When she moved to Cape May, NJ, her calming attitude and professional approach lead her to quickly become a sought after teacher in the yoga scene. Grateful to now be a Bay Area Instructor, Renay is comfortable and experienced teaching Vinyasa, Hot Power, Yoga TRX, Yin, Gentle, and Restorative. She teaches with an open heart and attention to alignment. In her classes you will benefit from hands on adjustments and reminders of linking breathe with movement for an overall well rounded practice.
For teaching opportunities, please email your resume and a brief description of your experience/background in teaching to: