Meet Our Mind&Body Instructors


 Wilma Schindeler NEW  

Wilma Schindeler

What Wilma loves about teaching yoga is that everything we experience on the mat reaches into our daily lives. Yoga is a beautiful way to live, starting on the mat and moving beyond. My goad as an instructor is to assist each of my students to calm their minds and experience themselves in a new positive, fun and playful way.  Wilma’s hope is that they leave her classes challenged, satisfied and peaceful.  Wilma has been practicing yoga for 7 years. When she is not teaching yoga, she is in West Texas operating Casa La Vista Retreat Center, as well as bringing massage therapy and energy to her clients.

 Lucy Forbes  

Lucy Forbes

Lucy teaches vinyasa yoga and loves its dynamic, energetic, and fast paced flow. She’s passionate about sharing yoga and the countless benefits of practicing it. She hopes that her students will take away from her class a physical workout and feelings of self-love and worth


Jasmine Hass

Jasmine is a Peak Pilates Comprehensive (PPC) Level II instructor currently working towards completing her The Booty Barre® certification. She is classically trained in the Peak methodology, having studied under Melody Morton, Laura Phillips-Hampton, Colleen Glenn, and Cameron MacDonald. In her two years of teaching, Jasmine has taught well over 600 hours in Pilates group mat/equipment (Reformer, chair, etc) and private sessions.

 Jenny Buergermeister  

Jenny Buergermeister

Jenny Buergermeister, MA, ERYT 500, C Ht., is currently a Rice student in the Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership Program, as well as an LPAP instructor teaching The Art of Relaxation at Rice. Jenny graduated in 1999 with honors from the University of Houston holding a B.S. in Psychology and B.A. in Journalism. She attended Sofia University in Palo Alto, CA for her masters, which is also in Psychology. In 2007, Jenny founded Jennyoga, a yoga studio located for 7 years in Houston’s Inner Loop area. In the same year, she developed Breathe the Cure®, (Breathecure®), a Houston-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The mission of Breathecure® is to promote breathing programs that increase the general well being among people and dis-eased populations, and help expand health and wellness programs.


Khushboo Bansal

Khushboo is originally from Mumbai, India and has spent most of her life in Texas, with a short stint in Italy. She received her BBA in Marketing at the University of Texas at Austin, worked as a consultant following her graduation, and most recently completed her MA in Education at Stanford University. She went through teacher training with Jennifer Buergermeister at the JennYoga Studio, and in addition to teaching yoga, she conducts education research and serves as an after-school teacher around the community.


Allie Rowbottom

Allie is a 200 hour RYT registered in the YogaWorks tradition. Allie’s classes range from vigorous and flowing, to slow and restorative. Nevertheless, the core philosophy remains the same: alignment based and mindfully paced practice which treats each physical posture as the context for the deeper emotional and spiritual work of yoga.  Off the mat Allie is a doctoral candidate in creative writing and literature at the University of Houston where she teaches writing.
 Lauren P.  

Lauren Farenga

Lauren is a 200hr RYT, trained in Boston, MA, who firmly believes that yoga is for everyone. She has an energetic and fun power yoga style that is taught progressively to accommodate all levels and abilities. Lauren will teach you to work with your body, enjoy exercise and advance your yoga practice.


Jonathan Stein

Drawing from a wide variety of yoga styles and meditation techniques, Jonathan's Vinyasa yoga classes are an eclectic exploration of strength, expansiveness and restoration. As a coach, he firmly believes that yoga is for everyone, and challenges them from exactly where they are in their practice: beginner, advanced, recovering, distracted, or all of the above. The class applies breath, movement and postures to softly balance out overstimulated minds and bodies, creating calm and building prana.


Larry Thraen

Similar to Robin Sharma's Book "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari," Larry Thraen's life has taken twists and turns to land him on the path to fulfill his destiny. 'Yoga Larry' is a Vinyasa style instructor that has spent the majority of his teaching career in Nicaragua. Since 1998 he has studied extensively, and is a lead facilitator, with the School Yoga Institute and has spent many years practicing under Vinnie Marino, Bryan Keskt, Annie Carpenter, Steve Ilg, Mark Blanchard and Kathryn Budig in LA. He teaches from experience incorporating traditional wisdom of the Tibetan Diamond Sutras and A Course in Miracles. He now lives the life of his dreams - guiding people to move beyond fear and help students live to their higher potential.


Kelly Kelemen

Born and raised in Texas, Kelly has always centered her life around being active. She obtained her Holistic Nutrition Certificate from Clayton College of Natural Health. After sustaining an injury while getting her degree, Kelly was introduced to Yoga and became a certified instructor. Kelly's experience allows her to lead clients through restorative exercise programs and help those dealing with injuries, training for special events, or those with other health and fitness needs. Kelly hopes to go further into Sports medicine and continue on her path of becoming an MD.