PAM TEJES developed an avid interest in health and wellness as a biology student in college. She appreciates both the scientific and medical aspects of health as well as the practical implementation of sustainable practices that support physical, mental, and spiritual wellness at an individual level.
After several years of practicing yoga, Pam completed her 200 Hour teacher training at Yoga Fire in 2014. Wanting to further develop as both a teacher and practitioner, she continued her studies at the Yoga Dharma Intensive Studies (300 Hour Program) which she completed in 2016. She is a member of Yoga Alliance and the Iyengar Yoga National
Association of the United States.

Inspired by the positive changes the yogic lifestyle has had in her own life, Pam enjoys supporting students of all levels in discovering the joy of yoga and building a strong personal practice. Her teaching style focuses on body alignment but includes flow sequences. Pam’s classes may challenge you, but her style is nurturing, patient, and friendly.