The Team

Meet our Instructors

Our Team of Yoga Alliance Certified Instructors come to Good Moodra Yoga to provide yoga classes that go beyond the physical practice and help to cultivate peace of mind for our students.

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Roni Amrich

Owner / Instructor

Roni has been practicing yoga for over 10 years and has developed a deep respect and love for the practice. The joy she gets from being fully present and accepting of herself where she is and how she is while she does yoga is the reason she chose to become a yoga teacher. Her hope is that during her classes her students feel the same sort of joy that she does and is honored to be able to share that experience with them!


Cassaundra Harris

Assistant Studio Manager & Instructor

Cassaundra’s yoga journey started as part of her road to self-discovery in 2012. Being a mom of 3, she found yoga to give herself a little bit of self-care. Her intention as a yoga instructor is to inspire others on and off the mat, and to be present in each moment. Yoga saved Cassaundra and helped her become a better and more patient mom. Her hope is that through yoga she can help others on their journey of self-discovery as well!When not teaching yoga Cassaundra is probably teaching group fitness or riding her roller skates. She is passionate about health and fitness and embodies it in many different forms- Certified Personal Trainer, Yoga 200hr-RYT, Certified Group Fitness Trainer, Dancer, Reiki Master, and loving mom.


Dulce Hernandez


Fascinated with the study of movement, function and performance Dulce obtained her first certification through National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA-Personal Training) in 2009. She began to dive not just into the science of exercise but program designing to successfully achieve fitness goals. During personal training she acquired more experience teaching group classes in kickboxing and cycling but the physical demands drained her both physically and mentally. In search for balance she walked into her first yoga class at her local gym. Feeling energized, restored, and more present she redirected her career to learn more through yoga certification programs. Obtaining 200HR YT certifications in both Power Yoga(2010) and Hot Power Fusion(2011) her love for her yoga practice increased. Her 10 years of teaching experience include heated and non heated power and vinyasa classes, along with restorative (yin) yoga and a fusion of yoga sculpt. She continues to seek new ways to incorporate strength, endurance, stability, and flexibility into her classes to help created a more balanced practice. Her most recent certification of Yoga Trapeze (2020) through Yoga Teachers College has allowed her to include the benefits of suspension training to increase strength and stability, spinal traction to help relieve stress and tension, and passive flexibility to help with mobility. Her intention is to create a safe space for practice, allowing awareness and mind and body connection to increase.

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Chenni Hsiung


An Orange County resident of over 40 years, an ex-IT professional and a mother of two, I have experienced first hand Yoga’s transformative power to help us thrive in today’s high paced, high stress environment. Within each of us lies the power to elevate our well-being and happiness. For over a decade, my Yoga practice has brought me physical wellness and inner bliss - the perfect antidote to the stresses and strains of modern life. I am passionate about sharing the life enhancing experience of Yoga with friends and neighbors in my local community - a place for growth, self discovery, and inner bliss!

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Lily Case


Yoga came into my life in 2016 and I can’t imagine my life without it! As a 500 E-RYT I like to place an emphasis on strength and stability in the body using vinyasa flows. In my teaching I love employing new opportunities for people to explore within their own lives and their own practice. The physical practice is one aspect that funnels into everything else. As a yogi who teaches other yogis I love pushing the boundaries and challenging my students to look within and explore their own strengths! I hope in my classes you are able to be yourself, have fun, and grow both physically and mentally.

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Jake Niemeyer


I was first formally introduced to yoga during my freshmen year of college when I enrolled in a yoga class for the semester. The professor showed me how the mind and body are connected and how through practicing yoga we can achieve a healthier, happier body as well as a higher level of consciousness. Ever since that class, I have been using yoga as a tool to help manage and deal with problems that pop up in the body and mind like sports injuries, high stress periods in school, and life’s many anxieties. After getting hired at Good Moodra Yoga, I began to learn even more about the holistic, calming effect yoga offers when practiced regularly. Yoga switched from a tool I used to help deal with life, into a practice that helps enhance life and change how I see the world around me! I am trained to teach Trapeze Yoga and I am working towards my B.S. in Kinesiology at CSU Fullerton.


Andrea Troyer


I discovered yoga in 2011 when I decided to try out a class at my local gym. As a water polo player and swimmer who had always been extremely active and athletic, I could not understand how people could flow so effortlessly into these complex poses. After that class I decided to stick with other types of workouts, since I couldn’t even touch my toes and didn’t feel I had a “yoga body”. Then, in 2015, I suffered a traumatic loss of a family member. I was diagnosed with anxiety, panic disorder, and PTSD. My doctor suggested I give yoga and meditation a try. I rolled my mat out that day not knowing that yoga was about to change my life. Yoga has brought a strength and inner peace to my mind and body that I never thought was possible. I have since received my 200 hour YTT certification, and have been trained in trapeze yoga. I want everyone to know that if you have a body, you have a “yoga body”! My goal is to spread happiness to my students by helping them connect to their mind, body and soul to find their inner strength and peace.

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Kayla Bennett


Kayla first discovered yoga in 2014 when she was 15 years old. At the time, she was stressed out, so her father brought out old yoga DVDs for her to follow along with. Kayla loved it, and soon after her parents enrolled her in her first class. Since then, her practice has become an inseparable part of who she is. Kayla enjoys incorporating mindfulness, breathwork, and introspection into every class. She relies on her intuition when guiding classes and encourages her students to do the same by listening to their bodies and moving at their own pace. Yoga makes Kayla feel empowered, healed, humbled, and loved. She hopes you leave your mat feeling lighter, happier, and confident!


Jessica Klingsberg


Jessica began practicing yoga at 5 years old with her grandmother in Mt. Shasta, California. Since then, her love of the practice & study of movement science has taken her through her biopsychology degree at UC Davis, her graduate degree in Physical Therapy at Mount St. Mary’s College in Brentwood, and an advanced certification as a Sports Clinical Specialist (SCS). She holds certifications as a Pilates instructor, NSCA Strength and Conditioning Specialist, aquatics instructor and indoor cycling instructor. She is a former Physical Therapist & Trainer for Cirque Du Soleil & currently works at the St. Jude Centers for Rehabilitation & Wellness in Brea, CA. She received her first formal yoga training through a Yoga Works workshop in 2006 & completed her 200 hour certification at Purple Yoga. She loves good friends, great food, cool music & awesome travel!!!


Ariana Smeragliuolo


Ariana came to yoga not knowing what to expect and met her true self on the mat. Diving straight in, she enjoys exploring the philosophy, principles, culture, history and a myriad of forms of yoga. After completing her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training and finding so much personal growth and healing, she is now trained in Trapeze Yoga as well as Yoga for Cancer Recovery. Her goal is to bring lightness, fun, strength, and openness to others just as they are through yoga. her highest hope is to create a loving and safe place for everyone as they in turn meet themselves on the mat.

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