Tina Goodpaster

Tina has always loved fitness. After many faithful years of intensive weight training, running and sports in all forms she began to suffer from more frequent injuries and chronic low back pain. Tina began her yoga journey in September 2012 by practicing Hatha, Power & Sculpt. She fell in love with the challenge & the inner peace and was hooked! She decided to pursue teacher training & certification, attaining her 200-hour Yoga Alliance certification in Hatha June 2014, and immediately following, her 200-hour Vinyasa power certification. Tina has a great passion for both teaching & practicing yoga; not only for the physical benefits it affords, but the spiritual benefits as well.


Tina Goodpaster instructs the following:
  • Vinyasa
  • An energetic flow of postures. In this class you will learn to move and flow through the series of postures that are synchronized with each breath cycle. The class will vary and include Sun Salutations, standing sequences, balancing postures and seated postures. This is a combination of stretch and strength. Designed to clear your mind and tone your muscles. Prepare to sweat and significantly change your body and awaken your senses. Performed in a heated room, to warm up your body and encourage release of toxins through your sweat.

  • Hatha
  • 26 postures, 2 breathing exercises. Each posture is executed individually with emphasis on alignment and stillness. Each breath allows the opportunity to intensify the posture. You will hold the posture for many breaths before moving on to the next. The sequence is designed to work your entire body inside and out, increase your strength, flexibility, balance & stamina. Class is held in a heated room to warm up your muscles, and help you release toxins both mentally & physically.

  • Sculpt
  • Intimidating at first glance, this class is a sequence of yoga postures with compliments of weights. An all-in-one, total body workout. “Sculpt” your body with plyometrics, yoga, pilates and weight lifting in one quick hour. Not only will you burn some extra calories and tone up, you will build healthy bone density! This workout can be modified for all fitness levels with posture modifications and weight selections. Like any yoga class, the key to success is to respect your body and start where you are. Recommended 3-4 times a week maximum to allow your muscles ample recovery time.