The problem is, you’re busy overwhelmed.

You feel worried, frustrated, impatient, and exhausted more than you want to admit.

You need to get out of your own head and stop sweating the small stuff.

You know in your heart that stress is affecting your health, the quality of your relationships, and your overall happiness.

And you’re ready to do something about it.


I’m Stephannie Weikert, a Certified Yoga Therapist on a mission to make the profound teachings and therapeutic practices of yoga simple. 

My clients learn to use simple therapeutic yoga in their daily routines so that they can get unstuck, stop stressing out all the time, and become the person they really want to be.

I know that, when you’re anxious, you need to how to get calm right now. 

I get that figuring out how to not be overwhelmed all the time is, overwhelming! 

I understand what it’s like trying to keep it all together and feel like you’re about to lose it.


It used to be that I felt overwhelmed, exhausted, worried, anxious, and on the verge of losing it every day.

Because of stress, I failed out of college, struggled to keep a steady job, moved a lot, and was completely miserable.

My stress and anxiety initiated a body-focused repetitive behavior: I pulled on my eyebrows and eyelashes.

And eventually pulled them all out.

This was a low point for me.

I had no eyebrows or eyelashes, yet still, I would find myself manically picking at my face whenever my overwhelmed mind was racing with worry or panic.

Something inside of me realized it was time to take charge of myself and this weird, super unappealing habit was where I would start. (I’ll admit, there may have been a bit of vanity motivating me!)

I committed to noticing myself trying to pull on eyebrows or eyelashes that weren’t even there and use that as a trigger to bend over and take a few deep breaths. I’d say to myself, “You don’t have to pull out your eyebrows and eyelashes.”

It’s not always obvious when it happens, but a shift in perception can change everything.

This simple practice interrupted my pattern of feeling overwhelmed by my anxious, stressed out thinking.

My eyebrows and eyelashes (slowly!) began to grow back.

But still, when I felt myself spiraling, I’d do my forward bend and breathe. I’d calm myself down by admitting, “You’re ok, you’re ok, everything is ok.”

I (slowly) stopped thinking every challenge was the end of the world.

Taking better care of myself became a priority. I continued my simple practice, my inner dialog shifted to, “I am calm, I am capable, I am at peace.”

I was gaining the benefits of yoga with one simple posture and started feeling more motivated and optimistic about life.


1. If you’re calm, that voice in your head makes more sense and you feel more confident and focused.

2. Becoming your best self is a daily practice and your life’s most important purpose.

3. Using yoga to heal isn’t complicated, but it does have to be a consistent part of your life.

Years after yoga rescued me from stress and anxiety, I trained in Integrative Yoga Therapy to deepen my understanding of yoga’s transformative power.

I began teaching a few group classes and working with individuals to help them use yoga to manage their stress.

Over the next decade, I built a yoga therapy practice serving yoga studios, hospitals, businesses, and private clients.

These years of experience revealed that a few simple therapeutic practices and teachings can be transformational for the vast majority of people struggling with stress.

(Like they were for me!)



My online programs guide and support you in getting the transformative benefits of yoga—balance, confidence, strength, and openness—in your life off the mat with ease.

Spending time with Stephannie reminds me what grace, balance, and peace look like embodied in a person.

Ellen B


The International Association of Yoga Therapists defines it as the process of empowering individuals (that’s you!) to progress toward improved health and well-being (physical, mental & spiritual) through the application of the teachings (philosophy) and practices (postures, breathing, meditation & so much more) of yoga.

Stephannie brings remarkable kindness and compassion to her work.

Ken H

Discover your unique stress type and get a free, simple therapeutic yoga practice that's just right for you.


How very fortunate I am to have met Stephannie, an excellent instructor. Stephannie is amazing, her calm and gentle manner immediately put me at ease.

Sue K

Primary Trainings

2008 500-Hour Advanced Teacher Training
Charm City Yoga, Baltimore, MD—Kim Manfredi, E-RYT 500

2004 200-Hour Integrative Yoga Therapy Certification
Yama Studio, Baltimore, MD—Diane Finlayson, E-RYT 500

Additional Training

2014 Reiki I and II

Quiet Winds, Baltimore MD—Brianna Bedigian, RYT-500

2012 Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Baltimore Yoga Village, Baltimore MD—Trish Magyari, MBSR Certified Teacher

2010 Thai Yoga Massage 1 and II

Lotus Palm School of Thai Yoga Massage, Montreal, CA—Shai Plonski, TYM Trainer

2008 YogaKids Tools for School Teacher Training

YogaKids, Philadelphia, PA—Nanci George, Certified YogaKids Trainer

2006 Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training

YogaWorks, New York, NY—Carrie Parker Gastelu, E-RYT 500

Teaching Experience

2006-Present Mercy Hospital, Baltimore, MD

2007-Present Charm City YogaWorks, Baltimore, MD

2016-Present Johns Hopkins Hospital

2010-2017 yogaspace, Baltimore, MD


International Association of Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT)
Certified Yoga Therapist

Yoga Alliance
Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) 500-hour Certification

Stephannie is an angel. She’s such a positive energy in my life!

Meghan C

Stephannie has truly found her gift in life and is willing to and eager to share that gift with everyone.

Roxanne W

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