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Randi Perrett

Randi has been practicing all styles of yoga for more than 20 years. She received her 200 RYT through Lehigh Valley Ashtanga School Teacher Training, and has since advanced to an E-RYT  and YACEP Certification through Yoga Alliance. She also holds a Fitness Instructor Certification through NETA (National Exercise Training Association). Randi loves to practice and study yoga in New York City, where she is a member of various yoga studios. She has studied with yoga masters, Sharath Jois, David Williams, David Swenson, Kino McGregor, Ana Forrest and Dharma Mittra, just to name a few. Inspired by Bikram Yoga, Randi created and copyrighted her own hot yoga sequence known as Hot Yoga 40-RP ©. She describes her program as a physical and internally focused practice. Randi is an active member of International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT), allowing her to remain current on methods of yoga as therapeutic treatments in western medicine. She will show you how to carry a transformative experience off the mat and into daily life.

Randi also loves teaching yoga to children. She works with Parkland Athletic Department, helping to train high school athletes and with the Allentown and Bethlehem School Districts, working with elementary and middle school students. Randi also hosts benefits and fundraisers for worthy causes because she believes that yoga is a positive way to give back to the community and introduce people to its healing power.

Randi recently opened Hot Yoga Hut to make a permanent home for her Hot Yoga 40-RP © program. Before she is a wife, mother, and yogi, she is a Christian, and plans to manage Hot Yoga Hut with a compassionate and loving attitude.



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Ali Trexler

Ali was introduced to yoga by her mother, Randi Perrett. After one Hot 40 class, Ali was instantly hooked. She uses Hot40 to detox, lose weight, and relieve stress. Ali is committed to her yoga practice and travels to New York City and Philadelphia to hone her skills. She stays current by attending accredited yoga conferences and posture clinics. Along with her Hot 40 yoga certification, Ali is a Fitness Instructor through NETA (National Exercise Training Association). She also holds certifications in CPR and first aid. Ali graduated from nursing school in 2008 and currently works as a nurse. Her goal is to expand health and wellness through yoga and therapy. “Being a caregiver and a holistic healer, I believe yoga is the cure for all – pain, stress, anxiety, asthma, arthritis, exhaustion, diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease.” Ali’s high-energy, positive attitude, and motivational words will keep you working for the full 75 minutes. “Join me in my torture chamber for a challenging and rejuvenating workout that you will not regret. Remember, if you do not make time for your health now, you will be forced to make time for illness later.”




Tim Trexler

Tim began practicing yoga in 2009 with Randi. He practices Hot Yoga, Power Yoga, Ashtanga and Baptiste Yoga. Tim is an avid golfer and a member at Bethlehem Municipal Golf Club. He also enjoys mountain biking, snowboarding, and hiking with his Boston Terrier, Rex.  He keeps his yoga skills current with continuing courses in NYC practicing with his teacher and friend, Baron Baptiste.  Tim received specialized training in safety of forward and backward bends with renowned yoga master, Rodney Yee.  He completed an inversion certification with Amy Ippoliti, in New York City. Tim is also  certified in Hot 40 RP and is a certified Yoga instructor through Expert Yoga Training.  As soon as you enter Tim’s class you will feel welcome and comfortable.  Tim’s class is set to up beat familiar sounds that will keep your body moving and grooving.  Put all judgments aside and leave your egos outside the room. “Our Yoga Family is a place where you can let go and be yourself without being judged. Step into my room and let your mind be free and your body do the rest. Rock on Yoga Fam! Now, let’s KICK SOME ASANA!!!!



Christine Hess
Christine began practicing yoga in 2014.  “I use/practice yoga as an education on emotional, physical and spiritual wellness.”    She practices Ashtanga, Hot 40 RP and  Hot Power Yoga as has completed training with Randi Perrett.  She loves practicing in the hot room…The hotter the room, the deeper the practice!  Music plays a very important role in any of Christine’s classes.  Whether it be yoga, hot abs or meditation…each playlist is constructed to connect breath to beat; establishing the mood and flow for each class.  Feeling the breath and body aligning perfectly while establishing that rhythm which allows you to surrender into your practice….there’s no better feeling.    
Christine teaches hot abs at the studio.  A 45 minute abdominal and full body workout in the hot room designed to make you sweat like you’ve never sweat before!   Christine is also a certified AntiGravity Ariel Yoga Instructor.  She loves working inversions into her practice daily.  She also enjoys leading Yoga Meditation workshops.  Meditation has become an important part in keeping Christine grounded.  She uses meditation and breathing techniques for sleep, flying and overall stress.   
Aside from yoga, Christine’s greatest passion is travel.  She has checked off 30 states and has been to more than 15 different countries.  She loves to road trip through countries to fully experience the local flavor, landscape and culture.  Her favorite road trips thus far: New Zealand, France and the Pacific Northwest.   When she isn’t traveling, you can find her on the trails hiking with her yellow lab, Gunner, cooking or on her stand up paddle board.    
Christine puts a large focus on alignment and control in all her classes.  Any class you take, you will be challenged mentally and physically….and….YOU WILL SWEAT!    


Brittany Hahn

Brittany Hahn grew up in the Lehigh Valley and was introduced to the Hot Yoga Hut after moving back to the area from Philadelphia in 2016. She incorporates yoga, barre, cycling and boot camp-style workouts into her weekly routine. Brittany has been a fitness instructor and dedicated yogi since 2014. “Yoga has helped me take my strength training and cardio workouts to the next level by allowing my body to recover faster from muscle soreness – Especially yoga in the hot room.”  After practicing Hot 40 RP, Power Yoga and All Levels Yoga for a while, Brittany decided to try Giovanni Grella’s Hot Abs class – A 45 minute abdominal and full body workout in the hot room. Needless to say, she loved the intensity of it and took over her own Hot Abs class at the hut. Brittany will encourage you to not take yourself too seriously, while simultaneously pushing you to your physical limit. “My goal is that you’ll leave class feeling physically maxed out, but mentally refreshed.” She strongly encourages students to listen their bodies, and to recognize the difference between negative pain and muscle discomfort.
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 Aimee Johnson
Aimee Johnson grew up in the Lehigh Valley and fell in love with Hot 40 RP and Tim’s All Level classes at the start of her fitness journey. After a few years of letting her health come last as a priority, she snapped back into exercising and adapted her lifestyle in 2016. Plenty of research and experimenting later, Aimee learned that maintaining a healthy physique and positive mindset comes from adapting to an entirely different lifestyle; not a fad diet and unnatural supplements. That is now her biggest goal; teaching others that consistent exercise and healthy, real food is the way to living your best life. Recently, Aimee became certified in a group fitness training class and has always carried her yoga skills learned at the hut through every sort of training she’s practiced- heavy weight lifting, HIIT-style cardio, plyometrics and agility work. Aimee’s biggest goal in her Hot Abs class is to push you beyond where you think your body can go and be proud of yourself when you walk out that door! Come sweat it out with her!
  Paige Gross
Paige Gross grew up in the Bethlehem, PA and has always been dedicated to her love of fitness and health. Paige was a three-varsity sport athlete from Liberty High School and went on to play division one field hockey at Temple University. Exercising and maintaining a healthy body and mindset has always been a top priority of Paige’s. While in college, Paige struggled with her body image and confidence, but through hard work and self-love, she has become an advocate for positivity and wellness when it comes to physical and mental health not only for herself but for everyone. Not only is her goal to help you go above and beyond any expectation you have for your body – both physical and mental- but more importantly she has a passion for spreading a mindset of body positivity and confidence to help people gain that same mindset.

Kimberly Miller

Kim started practicing yoga relatively recently, but has found the practice to have a profound impact on many aspects of her life. Hooked from her first Hot 40 RP class, she attends classes as a student 4-5 times per week. She enjoys practicing Hot 40 and Hot 41 and mixing it up with Power Yoga classes and attending yoga workshops. She had previously suffered from multiple ailments that impact many Americans as a result of our modern-day lifestyles. Today, conditions such as hypertension, sleep apnea, daily headaches, chronic fatigue and insomnia are a thing of the past for her. She credits her transformation to clean eating and the life-altering impact that yoga can provide through its ability to increase relaxation, strength, balance and posture. She finds yoga simultaneously increases energy during the day, but provides a restful sleep at night. As a full time dermatology pharmaceutical representative by day, she shares her story with anyone who is interested in hearing it. As a trained Hot Yoga 40-RP instructor, she is anxious to see other students arrive at the same epiphany. Any spare time not spent at the Hot Yoga Hut is spent with her family, which includes her husband Scott and their two teenage sons, Scotty and Ryan and their beloved dogs, Murphy and Brewsky.



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Bill Trexler

Bill began practicing yoga in 2009.  Since a young age, he has always been involved in sports, but when introduced to yoga he became instantly hooked. He continues to practice and study all styles of yoga in NYC. In addition to his love for yoga, Bill also enjoys mountain biking, running, hiking and all outdoor activities.  Bill claims that yoga has  changed his life for the positive. He finds that yoga has made him  stronger mentally, physically, and just over all happier and less stressed. Bill believes that yoga is ideal for all athletes, creating agility, flexibility and preventing injury. “The benefits are never ending!”  Bill gives a “shout out”  to Randi Perrett, who first introduced him to yoga and inspired him to have a consistent  practice. He holds a college degree in Biology with a  minor in Chemistry, and believes that this has helped him to understand the human body systems and anatomy which he  incorporates  into his unique teaching style. Bill continues to stay updated with his teaching skillls by attending yoga workshops in Philadelphia and New York City with renowned yoga masters from around the world.  He also enjoys organizing and teaching workshops , guiding his students to a more advanced and challenging practice. He holds certifications in Hot 40 RP,  Inversions, and Arm Balancing. He hopes to spread his love for yoga to all of you at Hot Yoga Hut.



Juli Stellato

Juli grew up in the Lehigh Valley, attended Bethlehem Area School District, and is currently a first grade teacher in the area! On weekends, Juli is a photographer and will be new to our Good Vibe Tribe! Juli has always had a passion for fitness, but after college, she realized the many different ways to move your body and maintain a healthy lifestyle. She enjoys running and HIIT workouts, such as Hot Abs, and fell in love with Aimee’s Hot Abs classes during quarantine. Juli is absolutely thrilled to be joining us at Hot Yoga Hut and looks forward to what’s to come!


Adrienne Perrett

Adrienne is a certified NETA Fitness instructor and Lebert LeBarre instructor. She also has a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education with specializations in Early Childhood Education and ESL. Adrienne studied various forms of dance at That’s Dancin’ School of Dance for over fifteen years and was also a cheerleader throughout college. She has been practicing ashtanga and hot yoga since 2009. Because of her strong background in dance, Adrienne really enjoys incorporating ballet barre and floor exercises into her fitness routines.


Wilfredo Melendez III

My name is Wilfredo Melendez III, but you can call me Willie. I am a 27-year-old Capricorn and I graduated from Liberty High School. I continued my education at Kutztown University. I am a healthcare provider and received an EMT certification through Northampton Community College. Fitness has always been a big part of my life. Growing up as a wrestler, I was taught to stay focused, thrive to be the best, and most importantly, to be dedicated. My fitness goals are to achieve a strong and healthy body through dieting, weight training, cardiovascular exercises, and of course YOGA. My goal is not only to better myself but also to educate and teach others how to achieve and maintain a healthy body and lifestyle.



Shawn Kerbein

I started practicing yoga about 10 years ago while I was a member of Gold’s Gym on the advice of a friend who told me that it would be good for my back. I started going every Saturday morning, practicing with Sue (shout out to Sue, wherever she is, for being an amazing teacher). I found I liked the calm that yoga provided, and that it worked really well with weight lifting to keep the muscles long and flexible. I even managed to talk her husband, Jonathan, into practicing with me on occasion.
About 4 or 5 years ago, I heard about this new thing called Hot Yoga. As a devout enemy of winter, I took the only class in the area – and was instantly hooked. I took classes from everyone, but I really started to gravitate to Randi’s classes, eventually becoming friends with her and Nick. I have been a member of the Hot Yoga Hut family since it opened.
Someday, I hope to become certified in the Hot 40 series, and maybe even the Hot 41 (my fave). Meanwhile, I am very happy and excited to be teaching in the Tiki Room, sharing the journey with new friends and old.