Our skillful instructors help experienced yogis go deeper in their practice while respecting individual needs. We encourage all yogis to move towards a mindful practice that balances the physicality of asanas with breath work and meditation. Whether you are new to yoga or have made it a part of your lifestyle for many years, we invite you to enter the studio with a beginner’s mind and be open to the possibilities of your practice.

At Serenity Yoga, we practice the intention of yoga by treating everyone with respect and love. Our instructors have a diverse background in yogic philosophy, structural alignment, body sculpt, injury recovery, and nutrition. We are passionate about helping students deepen their mind/body connection, detoxify their bodies, heal from past physical injuries and emotional trauma, and empower personal growth.


500-RYT, Reiki Healer, RTT Therapist and Hippie at heart

Alyson has dedicated herself to the practice, study and teaching of yoga since discovering its joys and benefits in 2002, while attending a yoga workshop lead by Rodney Yee. Alyson went on to become a 200- hour certified teacher 2009. Since then she been trained and completed a 500- Hour Teacher Training with Rolf Gates, Alyson has also trained  in the disciplines of Vinyasa Flow (Seane Corn), Iyengar (Rodney Yee), Core Strength Vinyasa (Sadie Nardini),  Alyson combines elements of these styles into a dynamic and inspiring alignment-based flow. Alyson teaches a creative and energetic Vinyasa Flow. Emphasizing clarity of alignment, a steady connection to the breath, and a mindful investigation of what qualities we are truly cultivating in our practice. At first when I began practicing yoga it was for exercise. I have never heard of mindfulness, connection, Om or Namaste for that matter. I was working in the corporate world as a Human Resource Director and was stressed out. Something had to change. After taking my first class my body felt alive, I didn't understand it I just wanted more. I truly believe that when we are ready “yoga calls us”. We begin to ask the questions “What is life, why am I hear, is this IT!” If we listen to those inner burning questions we stumble onto yoga. First for the exercise but then it becomes so much more…. My experiences, the ups and downs are shared in each and every class I teach. I enjoy inspiring people to be the “true self”. Yoga meets you in the body you show up in. So come as you are and if you are still not sure of 'who you are' yoga will help you figure it out. One breath at a time. 


Amanda Pierce has been practicing yoga for 9 years. She found yoga in college beginning with a home practice and continued to practice through her pregnancy and after the birth of her daughter, finding the many benefits for her overall health and wellness that it had to offer. In 2012 she found a studio practice and was introduced to Hot Vinyasa and the link of breath and movement and was compelled to teach and share yoga with others. In 2014 she received her 200 hr. certification through One-Yoga. Her classes focus on breath and physical alignment and offering variations and modifications to help students improve their strength, flexibility, balance, and find emotional, mental, and spiritual clarity. I came to yoga for the physical practice and through this practice discovered my own individual strength and learned to release and let go. I truly feel that yoga is for everyone and that it will give you the key to unlock whatever hidden potential you might be searching for and in the process you may find so much more. Yoga is a gift that I love to share, so others too can find their inner light and let it shine.



Run the Mat & Vinyasa Flow Teacher

I have been practicing yoga for about twenty years, in what started as a way to increase my running stamina and power. An avid runner with a love of experiencing as much in life as possible, yoga keeps me grounded and strong. When I came to yoga, it was a great workout for strengthening and lengthening my muscles. Now, it's “my yoga”, no longer just about the workout, but about the peace of heart and mind that a yoga practice brings. Yoga is not about doing a pose 'perfectly', yet about safely finding the perfect pose in your own body. Whether you can't yet touch your toes or you can hold a challenging pose, like handstand, there is always more to learn. Yoga is the relationship and union that is built between the mind, body and the breath. It is the adventure of this union that I try to bring to my classes, along with a dose of playfulness and inspiration.

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Stephanie Mack -200 RYT

Vinyasa Flow & Yin Teacher

Stephanie has been practicing yoga for over 10 years. She found yoga after a back injury from coaching and doing gymnastics. Starting with Bikram and then moving to practice vinyasa flow, the dynamic flow of breath and movement is her favorite. Not only has yoga helped with her sports injuries, it has helped her detach from everyday life stress. The time on her mat became some of the most cherished time out of her day. That time has helped her grow, accept and be more mindful everyday. In 2017, she decided to take a break from getting her MBA to explore the 200hr Vinyasa certification from Powerflow Yoga NJ. Ever since, she has enjoyed teaching and educating people on the benefits of yoga.

Billie Wiant 200-RYT 

Yin & Gentle Teacher 


My mission as teacher is to help you relax your mind and work your body while bringing them together. With a spirit of playfulness and a touch of inspiration to help others deepen their practice and learn to “not try so hard and just enjoy”. 


I received my first Yoga class as a Valentine’s Day gift, but the gift Yoga gave back, I enjoy sharing with all. As a life long hair stylist, I was looking for a new direction- but still have the people connections, and Yoga gave me that opportunity. I started bringing friends and my husband to class and that is when I realized I my mission to teach .In my class you will find a safe place to let go, a smiling face, a non-judgmental teaching style and a warm environment. Yoga is freedom and acceptance. My goal is to help others find this space so that they can move their bodies through life with compassion and joy. Welcome to your mat, Welcome home.