Wendy Durham

durham wendyWendy Durham has been involved in the health and wellness industry her entire life. She received her bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and worked as a Spa Director in the Hotel industry for many years while teaching fitness classes. Ultimately, her interest in holistic health led her to leave the corporate world to become a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT), specializing in prenatal massage for the past 19 years. She has taught Prenatal Massage, Infant Massage and Anatomy and Physiology, most recently as an adjunct faculty member at Great Bay Community College. After opening her own private massage practice within the Yogalife Institute, Wendy decided to continue her love of learning by studying yoga and becoming a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT). She is now excited to bring her many years of prenatal experience to the mat as part of her Prenatal Yoga Class. Wendy’s goal is to provide a Prenatal Yoga Class for all levels and to focus on safe movement to build strength and stability, relaxation and a deeper connection. Connection to your changing body, your growing baby and to your prenatal community! Wendy lives in Exeter with her husband, two daughters, one enormous cat, a lizard and three very noisy gerbils.


Rebecca Harrison

harrison rebeccaRebecca has been teaching yoga for 4 years and practicing for 15. She has her 200 hour RYT certificate from Prasada Yoga, North Hampton (2014) and 300 hour RYT certificate from The Yogalife Institute, Exeter (2017). In keeping with the traditions of classical yoga while being adaptive and innovative, she hopes the information she gives and the knowledge you gain will simply improve your life. She believes yoga is for everybody and strives to make her class inclu-sive and inspiring.

Rebecca also has two certifications in Life Coaching from UNH and has broad life experience. Originally from Australia, she has lived in Japan, the UK and now 15 years here in the United States. When not teaching yoga she spends time with her family, including the schnauzers, painting, reading, cooking and being involved in community service.

Pam Herring

pam herring 3Pam is a registered RYT-500 and E-RYT 200 Classical Yoga Teacher and Level I Certified Yoga Therapist. She is also Reiki certified. She began her yoga journey in 2004, has been teaching since 2008 and enjoys being part of the YogaLIfeNH community. Outside the yoga studio, Pam has served as a naturalist at the Seacoast Science Center and is a member of Voices from the Heart, a 200-member women’s chorus, in Portsmouth. Her favorite pastime is spending time with family and friends. Pam strives to integrate the classical principles into her daily life, utilizing teachings from the ancient texts and sharing those concepts through her teaching.

Tom Hudson

hudson tomTom Hudson, is a graduate of the YogaLife Institute’s 200-hour Classical Yoga Teacher Training program. Tom is also a Certified Level 1 Kripalu Mindful Outdoor Guide and is a Reiki Level 1 practioner. Tom is currently furthering his studies in YogaLife's 300-hour teacher training program and Primordial Sound Meditation through the Chopra Center.

With over 2 decades of experience in martial arts training and meditation, as well as a background in competitive powerlifting and CrossFit, Tom came to yoga to implement a low impact method to maintain a healthy body and to grow spiritually. Tom’s interests lie with the philosophical teachings of yoga, meditation, and pranayama (breath control).


Meredith Kolodze

delmage meredithMeredith completed her 200 hour training at the Yoga Life Institute in NH. She has also completed the Yoga 4 Cancer Training with Tari Prinster. As an oncology social worker, Meredith believes that caring for the whole person is essential to our health and well being. So often when we are ill, the focus is on medications, and we don't realize that there are many other things that can assist us in living with, or recovering from, cancer. Meredith felt that there was a place for yoga in oncology care and set about finding a way to connect her passions as a social worker and a yogini. She is currently teaching a class for patients at Exeter Hospital through their Cancer Well Fit Program. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, her crazy cairn terrier, Jack, cat, Agave Aphrodite, and five chickens.



With our open drop-in policy, you have the opportunity to explore Yoga with the guidance of any of our instructors. Certified and registered through Yoga Alliance, all of our instructors are dedicated to living a Yoga lifestyle. Students of all ages and abilities are welcome.



The YogaLife Institute offers a wide variety of experiential and educational workshops and class series. All workshops and series are open to the public unless specifically stated in the description. Take your practice deeper and register today.



Our teachers serve to provide a "reminder" of what we already know in our hearts and souls to be true. The following writings reflect these reminders that we need practice and more practice, and a community that supports us in our path towards enlightenment.



The advanced training programs through the YogaLife Institute emphasizes the "living of Yoga" and thereby brings personal transformation to those who are ready and willing. We believe that those individuals who live their Yoga make the best Yoga instructors.

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