Meet Your MBSR Instructors

Meet Your MBSR Instructors

Stacy Di Gregorio

Credentials

  • Certified SIY Teacher
  • MBSR Level 1 Teacher
  • Advanced Yoga Certification - Yoga Alliance (RYT-500)
  • Studied with Lori Gaspar, Tricia Fiske, and Tias Little at Prairie Yoga in Illinois.
  • Registered Thai Therapist, studying with Paul Fowler at Blue Lotus Thai Healing Studies.
  • B.A., Psychology, Sonoma State

About Stacy

“I’ve been practicing yoga for more than 20 years and meditating for over a decade. I use mindfulness meditation, yoga, sound healing, and breathwork to guide people to connect fully with themselves. My compassionate approach is focused on helping others find ease in their lives. I turned to mindfulness meditation when I was looking to heal after big changes in my life. The moment I realized I was no longer experiencing the constant tension of anxiety in my belly was when I truly fell in love with the practice. As someone who has lived their whole life with ADHD, the sense of inner peace and calm I now have access to is transformative. It’s a power I want to share with as many people as possible. When I’m not teaching, I’m hanging out with my husband and our 2 crazy dogs. I love discovering new music, drawing, kayaking, cooking for friends, and traveling the globe.”

Danielle De Cosmo Goodwin

Credentials

  • Certified in MBSR
  • Certified Birth Doula
  • Registered Yoga Teacher
  • Certified in Neurologic Music Therapy
  • Integrative Arts Specialist
  • B.S., Communications, University of Florida

About Danielle

“I came from a very loud and musical Italian family. Yet, I was shown how to hold moments of silence with reverence, when on the water, when holding a baby, when there was a loss in the family. I continued to be musical, singing professionally from age 8, touring the nation with my own songwriting, teaching singing, and then finding a sense of healing through providing music at the hospital bedside. Through my hospital work, I rediscovered the value of those moments of silence, holding space for those going through difficult diagnoses. I began studying breathing techniques, mindfulness, yoga, meditation, and how creative practices can also be a form of mindfulness. This awareness has broadened my life and brought me back to my truest self. I continue to write and record my songwriting, now with my husband. We try our best to capture moments of mindfulness with our 2 energetic boys. I still work at the hospital bedside, but I am thrilled to start teaching MBSR for the TGH community as well.”