Our Team

Dena L. Carbone, Owner, CYT, CPT

Dena is the founder of ropaNa Yoga. ropaNa Yoga is a healing, unique style of yoga that will bring you deep into each posture. Using the ropaNa Yoga technique, you will learn how to take your practice to new heights and redefine what your practice means to you. Dena developed her own style of yoga changing the approach to the more challenging postures. When the body is properly opened, the more challenging postures are welcomed by the body -not resisted.  

Dena began practicing yoga 19 years ago. She has been teaching for 13 years. She founded ropaNa yoga after she was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis in her 20’s. She has always used yoga as a large part of treatment to alleviate pain and bring relief. After realizing her unique style could help alleviate pain for others, too, ropaNa Yoga came to be.  

Dena is also a Certified Personal Trainer specializing in helping clients back to wellness after injury and/or illness, or just needing to get back into shape.

Dena lives in Springvale with her husband and three beautiful girls

Melissa Brennan

Melissa has been dancing for as long as she can remember, whether it be in her kitchen at home or at the studio! She performed for her high school's Pop Concert and has been on a church dance team for several years. She enjoys ballet and contemporary styles of dance, and especially enjoys creating new choreography! 

When not dancing Melissa enjoys reading, writing, and working with children. She attends the University of New Hampshire at Manchester as a major in Psychology and Elementary Education.

 

 

 

 

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Madison Rank

Madison Rank began her dancing career at the very young age of 2. She studied ballet, jazz, contemporary, modern, tap and hip hop with various studios in the Monadnock Region. After graduating high school, Madison attended Franklin Pierce University and graduated with a degree in marketing and advertising. While at FPU she joined the dance company and continued her training with renowned instructors such as Regan Messer and Donlin Foreman. She now makes a living as a dancer instructor with studios in Hillsborough County. Her greatest joy is sharing her passion of dance with children of all ages