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Abigail (Abby) Becerril
Abby is a 200hr RYT. Since 2009 she has experienced and witnessed the healing benefits of a regular practice. Her classes emphasize breath, stability, and energetic release. She wishes to bring students the opportunity to quiet the chatter and tap into one’s highest potential.



Anna Lambros
Anna is a register yoga teacher (RYT) at the 200 and 500 hour levels, along with being a certified Reiki Master. She has practiced yoga for eighteen years and taught for ten. “Yoga is meant to be lived. It is a balance of maintaining and making use of your energy in a positive way, using your asana practice as an awakening. I teach a graceful vinyasa flow, beginning and ending with meditation, leaving you feeling refreshed and reenergized! I teach the Hatha practice connecting breath and movement using Anusara principles mastered by John Friend. My practice is on-going and I am always eager to learn. Yoga helps me balance my life with positive energy. It is just as much a part of my life as my faith, my family and my friends! It has given me the freedom to share and teach the benefits of the physical and emotional well being of the mind, body and spirit connection that yoga and mediation bring. The practice of yoga allows me to live a healthy balanced lifestyle with grace, peace and joy in which I choose to share!”

Julie Hennessy
Julie began practicing yoga in 2011 as a way to become physically fit, but quickly discovered its benefits for her mind and spirit as well. She strives to incorporate the practice and teachings of yoga into her daily life, and she encourages her students to relax and tune into their bodies creating a very mindful and personal experience. Julie completed her 200-hour teacher training with the Boston Yoga School in March of 2016, studying under Ame Wren, Petra Ledkovsky, Brenna Matthews, Kevin Courtney, Chip Hartranft, Terry Cockburn, and Zachery Dacuk. Julie studies Yin Yoga with Josh Summers, and is currently working towards her 300-hour teacher training in the Summers School of Yin Yoga. She also enjoys various trainings with Tias Little. Julie believes her yoga journey has only just begun, and she is constantly striving to learn more through trainings, books and especially from her students.

Mary Gaffney
Mary holds her RYT 200 hr and is Yin Certified. She began her yoga journey over 25 years ago with the Boston Center for Adult Education in a cramped attic space, and fell in love with how she felt following her weekly classes. Marriage, three children, law school, and her law practice intervened, and her yoga ebbed and flowed. Four years ago she mindfully committed to a more consistent practice. Yoga became a way of living each day more fully, and its benefits extended beyond the physical, culminating in a desire to learn more about this ancient practice. She completed her teacher training with Dharma Connection and considers it an honor and privilege to share the wisdom and knowledge of the eight limbs of yoga with her students as they travel on their own yogic journeys.

Maura Brickman
Maura (ERYT-200) is inspired by yoga on all levels and has a strong passion for movement and transformation in the body and the mind. Originally from Massachusetts, she spent 16 years in the mountains of Colorado teaching snowboarding and yoga. During this time, Maura became certified in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan in New Mexico, and then completed her second certification in Hatha Yoga Interdisciplinary and Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Jennifer Yarro at Frog Lotus Yoga in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. Through her own experiences of self discovery and transformation, Maura wishes to share with others the benefits of yoga to the body, mind and spirit. She combines her well rounded knowledge in the various types of yoga and over 10 years of teaching experience to create a unique personal practice and a projection of light as a teacher.

Nikki Paxton
Nikki, CYT200, received her training in 2010 right here on beautiful Cape Cod through the Kind Yoga School. Nikki has been practicing yoga for many years and has taught a variety of styles of yoga including Hatha, Yin, Vinyasa, Prenatal and Kids. Yoga practice takes you on a journey and through hers, Nikki has come to find there is much benefit in both the ying and yang-the passive and active components, life is a balance both on and off the mat. Nikki has a strong passion for nature and wellness, she incorporates them through the use of guided meditation and a variety of breath work. Her hope is that students walk away from each class feeling lighter, brighter and refreshed.

Pornipa (Song) Sutthimaitree
Song Sutthimaitree is a Thai Massage Practitioner who has been practicing meditation with Thai Monk for 9 years. In her own yoga practice, she noticed the similarities between meditation, thai massage and yoga. In 2008, she completed her 200 hour training with Finding Inner Peace. Song now blends meditation, thai massage and yoga in her teaching. She loves to share her experience with others, bringing the peace and loving kindness (Metta) to body and mind.

Stephanie Spicuzza Aycock
Stephanie’s love of yoga and fitness began while in college. She made it her career 21 years ago. She is a 2016 graduate of Boston Yoga School 200 RYT under the guidance of Ame Wren, Kevin Courtney, Petra Ledkovsky, Terry Cockburn, Brenna Matthews, Zachery Dacuk and Chip Hartranft. She also completed The Foundations of Yin Yoga with Josh Summers. She found her true yoga soulmate in Buti Yoga in 2016. Buti Yoga combines all her true loves of yoga and fitness into one amazing experience. She is an Advanced Certified Buti instructor, Certified Barre instructor, Group TRX instructor, Group Cycle Instructor, kickboxing instructor and personal trainer.  She has a passion for learning as much as she can about body awareness and mindfulness.

Sue Anderson
Sue is a 200 hr RYT and holds Yin certification and additional training in Trauma Informed Yoga.  She began her practice 7 years ago and has found balance and peace as a student and joy as a teacher.  A technology marketing professional, Sue and her husband moved to Sandwich from Rhode Island in 2010.  Meditation, mindfulness and breath work are the foundational elements that connect the physical to the spiritual practice, and are key to her teaching style.  Whether it’s guiding a vinyasa, yin or a gentle yoga class, Sue help students find their own practice to enjoy all the benefits yoga brings.

Tina Gurupashna Vaughn
Tina Gurupashna Vaughn is originally from India and is a certified Vedic Meditation, E-RYT 200, 500 CYT, YACep, Yoga teacher, who graduated from Namah Shivaya Yoga Teacher Training. She grew up with the wonderful influence of Yoga and Meditation. She is overjoyed to see the amazing awareness and growth of yoga in the US and that people are benefiting from this incredible practice.


Shine is about surrendering to your own greatness… letting it flow effortlessly into your life so you can live in infinite joyful possibilities. Using Shine’s model of clear-connect-create, you can learn to shed limiting beliefs, pain, and fear. Claim the multi-dimensional support and inspiration available to you and bring your dreams into reality.

Shine is a place to joyfully create healthy minds, bodies, and hearts, empowering relationships, abundance, and well-being.

Shine is a school… a place to learn about you, about universal and metaphysical truths, about your own capacity to live in connection to the vast universe and create from those aspects of yourself. Shine is about discovering your life purpose and living it.


What is in the way of you shining?

Everyone is unique, but here are themes that often get in our way:

  • Fears from this life and other lives… fear of failing and fear of succeeding… fear of abusing power.
  • Limiting and linear beliefs around abundance and the concept of work. Linear beliefs about time, sequence, and what it takes to ‘get it done.’
  • Fears around intimacy and vulnerability — with self and others.
  • Belief that success and joy are the result of ‘hard work.’
  • Belief that anyone — and we mean anyone — other than ‘you’ is responsible for ‘your’ life experience.
  • Belief that acknowledging your greatness is egotistical. Belief that the ego is the root of all evil. A basic sense of unworthiness.
  • Belief that ‘karma’ is unavoidable.
  • Attachment to ‘our story’— our view of who we are in the world… a story that often hold limits from the past and the perception of others.
  • Forgetting that we are multidimensional beings having a rare and wonderful adventure here on Earth.

At Shine, we help you work through these beliefs, step into yourself, and create the life you want. We work with you to trust yourself, call on your purpose, become limitless, and shine!