Beth Perlman

At the age of 3, Beth felt her bare feet on the studio floor and discovered the joy that comes with movement and music. As a lifelong dancer, Beth received her BA in Dance Therapy and Psychology and began working with children with special needs and adults in psychiatric settings. During this time she also joined the aerobic exercise craze and taught adult fitness classes. She has found tremendous love and patience teaching ballet and creative movement to preschool children since 2000. Beth is also an instructor of First Aid and CPR for the American Heart Association. For more than 30 years, she has empowered countless students to care for themselves, their families and communities. Beth volunteers with the Connecticut State Animal Response Team and works to rescue and shelter animals in times of disaster. Yoga came and went in her life until she began coming to her mat on a regular basis and started to look for a studio community that was the perfect fit. She found the amazing teachers of Yoga Culture and knew she had found her home. With the unwavering support and constant grounding from her family, Beth completed the 200-hour Teacher Training program at Yoga Culture in 2013. She continues to enhance her teaching through workshops with many of yoga’s inspirational and skilled teachers. Beth completed Yoga for a 12 Step Recovery with Nikki Myers in 2016, and the full track Restorative Teacher Training with Jillian Pransky in 2019. Beth hopes to share with heartfelt sincerity, the infinite gifts, and possibilities available to all people who step to the mat.