Greg Nardi, E-RYT 500 is the lead teacher of Ashtanga Yoga Worldwide classes, workshops, and trainings.
Ashtanga Yoga Worldwide comes from Greg’s 24+ years of experience studying, practicing, and teaching yoga. He took extended trips to Mysore, India between 1999-2016 to learn yoga with a focus in asana, yoga history and philosophy, pranayama, meditation, and chanting.    Greg also attends Kripalu School of Integrative Yoga Therapy. He teaches with Yoga4Change a florida based non-profit organization that achieves lasting, demonstrative change for veterans, individuals who are experiencing incarceration, youth, and people living with mental health conditions through a purpose-driven yoga curriculum.
Greg was formerly authorized level 2 with the KPJAYI in Mysore, India. Since resigning his authorization in 2018 Greg has dedicated himself to educating yoga practitioners about power dynamics and consent driven, student centered approaches to the teaching and practice of Ashtanga Yoga. Greg believes in the healing power of yoga for all.

Amy Baldacci began practicing Ashtanga yoga in 2013 at a small studio in her hometown, Montgomery, Alabama. After earning her original 200 Hour Teaching Certification in 2014, she has continued to deepen her practice and hone her teaching skills in a Primary Series Teacher Training with Tim Miller at the Ashtanga Yoga Center in 2016 and through a 300 Hour Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training with Greg Nardi of Ashtanga Yoga Worldwide. Her hope for any practitioner she works with is that they begin to hear the voice of their own inner teacher, embracing what makes their journey and practice unique.