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Studio 108

Welcome to Studio 108

We are thrilled to welcome you to our community!

NEW CLASS ALERT! Starting May 2nd, we will be offering a Yoga Foundations class (perfect not only for beginners, but anyone who wish to work on the basic alignment and safe transitions from pose to pose). This class will be offered every Thursday from 6:15 to 7:30 P.M. Advanced registration is required.

We currently offer classes from Saturday to Thursday. On May 10th, we will be offering a FREE community class from 7-8 pm. Advanced registation is required. Go to the class page of our website to register.

We have a dedicated group of people who have been enjoying the benefits that regular movement practice can bring. Besides Yoga, we also offer Barre+ (a mix of Yoga, Pilates and Barre), free community events, special workshops, retreats and much more.

Stop by and check out our beautiful, sunny, and spacious studio. We look forward to meeting you!


  1. I am new to Yoga. What classes do you recommend? We offer a beginner class every Saturday at 9 A.M. Other classes that are perfect for beginners are: Sundays at 9AM (Stretch & Release); Thursdays at 7:45 AM (Gentle Yoga) or Thursdays at 6:15 PM (Yoga Foundations). On June 1st, we will be adding another class that’s great for beginners as well: Flow & Let Go, every Saturday at 10:30 AM. Go to the classes tab of this website to see all the classes we offer. Also, we offer Beginner Series 2-3 times a year. Stay tuned!
  2. Do you only offer yoga? No, we also have a Barre+ class every Tuesday at 7, that’s open to all levels. Barre is a mix of Yoga, Pilates and barre exercises: we use light weights, resistance bands, exercise balls, gliders and more to give you a full body workout. And we offer special events a few times a month, like Reiki, Sound Healing, Meditation and more!
  3. What should I wear? Comfortable exercising clothes. Leggings or sweat pants and a t-shirt are perfect. If wearing loose shorts, make sure to wear leggings underneath, so you don’t feel exposed in certain poses. Yoga and Barre are practiced bare feet, or you can get barre socks if you want – but you don’t need them. Your shoes will be left at the reception upon arrival. 
  4. Should I bring a yoga mat? If you have one, yes. If not, you can borrow one of ours. We have all the props you’ll need for class.
  5. How early should I arrive for class? Ideally, 10-15 minutes before class. Please try not to be late. Your lateness is disruptive to the teacher and the other students alike. We understand that things happen, but please be conscious of others around you. We lock our door 5 minutes after class start time. Also, make sure you pre-register, so we know to expect you.
  6. Do you offer prenatal Yoga? At the moment, we do not. However, most of our classes are safe for pregnant people, with proper modifications.
  7. Do you offer children’s classes? At the moment, no, but we can bring them back if we have a group of at least 6 kids. If you have such a group, get in touch with us, and we can work something out for you!
  8. Do you offer private classes? Yes we do! Use the contact form on this site to get in touch with us. We offer private and semi-private, special events, birthdays and so on.
  9. Do you offer chair Yoga? At the time, we do not.
  10. What style of Yoga is taught at Studio 108? Mostly Vinyasa Yoga but our teachers come from a variety of trainings and backgrounds, so you will find a very nice balance of styles in our classes.
  11. Do you have any specials for new students? Yes we do! Scroll down on this page and you will see information about our New Student Special, a great deal to get you started. If that doesn’t work for you, we also offer drop ins, 10-class packages and 3 types of memberships. Visit our pricing page to see all the price options. 
  12. If you still have questions, do not hesitate to contact us, using the contact form on this site. We are here to help! 

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Theresa Conlon

Theresa is a Yoga Alliance certified instructor (200-hour RYT) who has been teaching since 2013. She is skilled in various yoga styles including Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow, Restorative, and Meditation. Theresa also brings an extensive dance background to her yoga practice, which includes teaching both modern dance and ballet. She has over 40 years of dance/theater performing experience and currently showcases her choreography as part of Bergen Dance Makers, a dance collective in northern New Jersey. Theresa’s yoga classes offer a calming mix of traditional asana postures and creative movement flows, supported by energy-moving breath. Students of all skill levels are invited to find ease and peace in their bodies/minds/spirits through the joyful bliss of yoga movement.

Carrie Parker Gastelu

Carrie Parker Gastelu, E-500 RYT, has been teaching yoga since 1993. Carrie began her journey when Yogi Raj Mani Finger initiated Carrie into the ISHTA Yoga lineage after training with Mani’s son, Yogi Raj Alan Finger. In addition, she has studied many other yoga traditions as well as anatomy, physiology, movement, and awareness practices to create an eclectic style all her own. She is known for her honest, non-dogmatic yet passionate approach.

Carrie is a regular speaker and contributor at conferences, websites, and print publications and has been featured in Fit Magazine, the Yoga Zone Book, and in the Yoga Zone Video, “Flexibility and Stress Release.”

Lisa Podesta-Coombs

When Lisa found yoga in 2008, she started to find herself again and it set her on a path of health and healing. She received her 200HR RYT certification from Raji Thron of Yoga Synthesis, and her 30HR Chakra Yoga Teacher Training certificate with Anodea Judith and holds a Y12SR (Yoga of 12 Step Recovery) certification. She is also a Holistic Health Coach (certified through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition). Lisa believes we’re all on a journey of learning how to trust ourselves; she helps her clients build that trust by supporting them in creating better habits for a better life through various functional movement modalities like yoga, barre, Pilates & strength training, mindset, and whole food nutrition.

Forever a student with a passion for people, holistic health, and self-actualization, Lisa is always embracing opportunities to advance her education to better serve; Ayurveda workshops & immersions have been of particular interest as she continues to deepen her knowledge of and experience with food as medicine and she recently completed Unleash Her Power Within, a transformational program of rediscovering our truest selves, powered by Tony Robbins.  

As she continues to give herself space and grace to nourish her natural self and actualize her potential, Lisa continues to share the gift of movement as medicine to inspire authenticity & health in body, mind, and spirit. You can expect mindful, accessible, dynamic, playful, and uplifting classes from Lisa.

Tanisha Sutton

Tanisha’s yoga journey began when she was an undergraduate student studying at university. Changes in her health coupled with anxiety over grades, relationships, and life in general, forced her to search for healthy lifestyle choices she could implement to help manage the stress that she was experiencing as a new adult. A friend of hers suggested that she attend some community yoga classes to help with the anxiety and increase her daily physical activity. Initially, she was reluctant and filled with all these false ideas about yoga and the people who practiced yoga. Like many others, she was concerned that her body type and lack of flexibility automatically excluded her from being a student. Curiously yet hesitantly, she journeyed on to her first class and began laying the foundation for a home and public practice that has supported her over the years.

On this journey, she has discovered that yoga has nothing to do with appearances nor is there anything, but an open mind needed to begin. She intends to provide you with a gentle yoga session that is safe, inclusive, and accessible. Her classes are an expression of self-love and are a deliberate choice to tend to ALL the parts of our being that are neglected, ignored, or disregarded during the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Through meditation, deep breathing, and gentle movement we will collectively share space to observe, rest and re-set. Tanisha is honored to share her practice with you and looks forward to seeing you on the mat!