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Deborah Gullo, CYT/E-RYT YACEP/CMT A longtime yoga practitioner, and yoga teacher since 2008, Deborah Gullo’s focus in teaching yoga is on assisting students to set up and maintain correct alignment in hatha postures, use of a variety of props for accessibility, and helping her students in finding balance and contentment in their individual yoga practice. She is experienced in working with all ages and levels of students. A certified yoga teacher, Deborah has over 7,000 hours of teaching experience, maintains registry with Yoga Alliance at the ‘experienced teacher’ level, and is certified to provide continuing education courses to yoga teachers through Yoga Alliance. Deborah teaches a Secrets of the PSOAS© and YogaBall© workshop, which she has developed in partnership with a colleague. With a commitment to continued personal growth and learning, she pursues ongoing yoga, meditation, and Auyrvedic studies; is a founding circle member of Yoga Unify.

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YogaCrossroads begins with a single student, with classes held in a spare bedroom. The number of students grows to three, then four, and the “studio” becomes too small a teaching space.


A portal and patio are transformed into a genuine studio space by Sal Gullo, spouse of YogaCrossroads’ founder. The student community and studio continue to grow and thrive.


A major change takes place for YogaCrossroads, as the New Mexico studio closes, and there is a relocation to Florida. How sad to leave the beauty of New Mexico, and all the friends and students there. Despite the distance, there are new opportunities to come in New Mexico. And new opportunities arise in Florida.


Brooksville Florida: YogaCrossroads re-opens within a brand new yoga center, Holistic Yoga. And with regular travel, there are still a few classes and retreats that happen in New Mexico. All is well in the east and the west until March, 2020, when COVID arrives in the states. For several months, the world seems shuttered. But virtual classes become a new reality until in- person classes can and do return. Travel to New Mexico for teaching remains on the radar.


And now YogaCrossroads is almost coast to coast, with weekly virtual classes and students from New Mexico to Florida (including KS, NY & CO). Classes in-person take place weekly in Brooksville Florida, and quarterly there are in-person classes and workshops in New Mexico. We’re looking at ways to bring back annual retreats with the anticipation for one in the fall of 2023 in New Mexico. Truly blessed to still be here, to be honored with a population of fabulous students, and to look forward to continued tomorrows.
Yoga, a Sanskrit word meaning 'to yoke' or 'union', is a 5,000 year-old living oral tradition. It is a science, philosophy and attitude in practice that helps the individual to cultivate health of body and mind, creativity and happiness. In yoga, the union refers to the yoking of the body, mind and spirit. Yoga has always been an oral tradition, passed along from guru to disciple and from teacher to student. This oral tradition and the passing on of direct life and practice experience provide a true living link to yogic knowledge and practice. The practice of yoga is not based on scriptures, nor does the practitioner of yoga need to believe in specific doctrines or philosophies. Students of yoga are provided specific methods of practice and encouraged to become conscious of the direct experiences of their teacher(s) by developing and nourishing their own yoga practice. Studies in self-discipline and self- awareness are additional parts of a regular yoga practice. About 2,500 years ago a revered sage named Patanjali codified some of the oral traditions of yoga into four short books of yoga sutras. These sutras, or threads, help the teacher and student of yoga understand the basic concepts or branches of yoga. There are eight branches or limbs of yoga known as Ashtanga (in Sanskrit, 'ash' = eight, 'anga' = limb). Of these eight limbs, the two most well-known in western culture are the yoga postures, called asanas, and pranayama, regulation of the life-force observed most commonly in working with the breath and breathing. For the dedicated practitioner of yoga, two additional limbs are equally important. The first are the yamas, which help the yogi maintain ethical practices in daily life. The second are the niyamas, observances which are important to achieve the outcomes of yoga. The practice of yoga builds poise and stillness of the body and concentration of the mind, yet yoga is much more than a program of exercise. We welcome your interest and curiosity to learn more about this wonderful system of health, wellness and contentment. Come join us in the yoga experience!
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