Certified Meditation Instructor
Certified Yoga Instructor
Teaching Artist & Fitness Instructor
Dance & Arts Instructor
MA, LMHC, FAED
Limor is a Licensed Psychotherapist and an Eating Disorder Specialist practicing in New York City. Limor received her first Master's in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University and her second Master's in Mental Health Counseling from the City University of New York. She also obtained advanced training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing, all of which are evidence-based techniques used to help individuals overcome various psychological disorders.
Through her personal and professional experiences, Limor developed the KARMA Method, a structured five-step program that serves as the signature coaching method of Bespoke Wellness Partners. Limor's extreme passion for the prevention of mental illness and the promotion of wellness led her on her journey to found and direct Bespoke Wellness Partners.
As a mother of three, wife, and psychotherapist, Limor has dedicated her life to helping others navigate their way through the personal challenges and behaviors that inhibit happiness and harmony in their lives. Originally from Israel, Limor credits her strong sense of purpose, discipline, and values to her experience living on a Kibbutz as an adolescent during her own family struggles, along with her service as a commander in the Israeli military. Twenty years of experience in childcare fueled her desire to promote healthy, collaborative care for individuals and families in need of guidance. Limor’s approach has a strong focus on openness, communication, and positive feedback. She is committed to cultivating happier, healthier lifestyles and stronger, more productive relationships between family members.
Matt has been in the Professional Services industry for over 25+ years, holding management positions in both Operations and Finance. His background is in strategic planning and efficiency management.
Matt is passionate about helping families find the best help they can get. He knows that finding the right Therapist can take precious time and is eager to help ensure matches are made quickly so the healing process can begin. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and 3 teenage daughters.
Elle graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Dietetics from the University of Delaware. She attended the Rutgers School of Health Related Professions for her Dietetic Internship, where she completed supervised practice hours gaining experience in the Medical Nutrition Therapies for a multitude of illnesses and diagnoses.
Elle is currently a Registered Dietitian for multiple corporate companies, where she covers health and wellness for employees. She conducts one-on-one nutrition consultations, presentations, food demonstrations, and more.
She individualizes shopping guides and creates custom meal plans and product selection for her clients to meet all their wellness goals. In her spare time, Elle loves to cook and try new recipes and foods. She also enjoys reading and fitness training.
Dina is a Mental Health Counselor who obtained a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Baruch College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Forensic Psychology and Addiction Studies from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Dina has experience working at a correctional facility as well as an outpatient addiction clinic where she treated clients with co-occurring addiction and mental illness in both group and individual settings.
Currently, Dina works with adolescents and young adults in navigating both personal and interpersonal challenges. Dina not only does individual counseling but also facilitates parenting and family workshops to best support her clients. Dina is passionate about working with the Jewish community, youth and families, and the LGBTQ+ community. Dina strives to create a warm therapeutic environment that promotes support, insight, and change. Through client-centered therapy and the use of Cognitive Behavioral techniques, Dina aims to empower her clients to address the difficulties they are facing in order to build healthier and more meaningful experiences.
RD, CDN, CDCES
Rebecca Sabreen is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Dietitian Nutritionist, and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist, who has been practicing for over 10 years. Rebecca earned her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Sciences from the Pennsylvania State University and completed her dietetic internship at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Since becoming an RD, she has worked in inpatient and outpatient clinical settings, providing medical nutrition therapy for a variety of conditions: diabetes, cardiovascular disease, digestive conditions, disordered eating, and general health and nutrition. Rebecca currently works as a corporate wellness dietitian for a major Fortune 500 company where she provides health and wellness services for employees.
Additionally, Rebecca is passionate about providing nutrition therapy to people struggling with disordered eating. She believes in using an Intuitive Eating and a Health at Every Size model to support clients in changing their relationship with food and to support their overall well-being. When Rebecca is not working, she enjoys cooking with her husband, catching up on reality TV shows, reading, walking around New York City, and spending time with friends and family.
BS, RD, NASM-CPT
Noa Emert is a Registered Dietitian and NASM certified personal trainer. She graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Dietetics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Noa worked with the Illinois Sports Nutrition Team for four years and was involved with nutrition counseling, education, and meal planning. She went on to complete a Master's of Science in Clinical Nutrition as well as a Dietetic Internship at Rutgers University in Newark.
Since becoming an RD Noa has worked as an outpatient Dietitian helping individuals create new eating habits that are sustainable and not restrictive. She takes an individualized approach to education and meal planning to create lasting changes. Additionally, she has worked as a personal trainer for 3+ years, encouraging clients to combine balanced eating with exercise they enjoy.
In her spare time, Noa loves baking, playing with her dog Luna, resistance training, and running by the water.
Ofra Markowitz is a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in individual, couples and family therapy. She has received her first Master's degree in Clinical Psychology from Teachers College Columbia University in 2008, and her second Master's degree in Social Work from NYU in 2012. Ofra has a passion for studying the link between brain systems and their effects on behaviors. Her methods of therapy also include psychodynamic and mindfulness based theories. Ofra was born and raised in Israel, served in the Israeli Defense Forces, and has two grown children. She has been living in the United States for over 25 years now.
MA, LCSW, LMSW
Jessica is a Mental Health Counselor, School Counselor, and an Executive Functioning Coach. She obtained her Masters in School Counseling from St. Johns University, her Masters in Mental Health Counseling at Alfred University and her Bachelors from Syracuse University. She specializes in social, emotional and academic counseling with adolescents, families and adults of all ages. Jessica is passionate about helping adolescents and families navigate through their school years, specializing in transitions and family therapy. She previously worked in a high school for 10 years.
When she is not working with clients, Jessica loves to travel, try new restaurants and spend time with her friends and family. Jessica lives in NYC with her husband and baby daughter. Her approach is innovative, warm, directive and non-judgmental.
Keisha is a licensed clinical social worker who received her Master’s degree in Social Work from New York University and her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Nutrition and Health Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Keisha also received post-graduate psychoanalytic training at the National Institute for Psychotherapies and completed additional certification in Palliative and End of life Care at New York University.
Keisha is a psychotherapist who has experience working in various settings, including private practice, group therapy, and within a hospital where she specializes in palliative and end of life care and in helping individuals and families cope with loss, grief, and chronic illness. Keisha is passionate about holistic forms of healing and furthering the connection between the mind and body. In therapy, she employs a person-centered, humanistic, and strengths-based perspective to help clients explore and connect to the highest version of themselves.
Anna is a Licensed Psychotherapist. She graduated from UC Berkeley and completed her Master of Social Work at Columbia University. Anna's background includes 25-plus years in the corporate world before changing careers. She uses this unique perspective to address anxiety, self-esteem, relationship issues, and life transitions in a conversational style. Anna integrates multiple psychotherapeutic approaches depending on her patients needs and preferences to give her patients the insights and tools to feel good about their choices.
Anna works with her patients to gently analyze what has and hasn't worked for them in the past and then to apply their strengths with new interpretations. Anna uses a trauma-informed lens and integrates multiple approaches to change behavior and interpersonal interactions.
MA, LMHC, RYT-200
Marissa is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who received her Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling from the City College of New York and her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Social Behavior from the University of California, Irvine. She specializes in working with young adults, women, and the LGBTQ+ community. Marissa is also a Certified Yoga Instructor and incorporates the mental, physical, and spiritual concepts of yoga into therapy and vice versa.
Marissa approaches therapy and yoga by integrating person-centered, cognitive-behavioral, and compassion-focused therapies. She supports clients in identifying their strengths and understanding their selves in a holistic manner.
Ofri Tanchelson is a Board-Certified Music Therapist (MT-BC) who began her relationship with music while singing as a soloist in a professional choir as a child.
Ofri received her master’s degree in Music Therapy from Bar Illan University and holds a bachelor’s degree in Classical Voice Performance from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance and in Sociology and Anthropology from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Ofri moved to New York and studied at NYU Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Center where she gained experience working with adults and children with multiple disabilities.
Ofri is a music therapist who has experience working in various settings, including therapeutic kindergarten for kids diagnosed with Autism spectrum Disorder, Special education setting and a Mental Health Center where she worked with adults with chronic mental disorders. In addition, Ofri has experience teaching voice lessons and piano to children and adolescents.
Ofri believes that we all have a musical potential and that connecting to our musicality and creativity has significant healing and empowering qualities.
Ofri is looking forward to assisting accompanying and making music with each
Bespoke Wellness Partner’s clients on their own special journey of growth and development.
Recovery Coach & Administrative Intern
Emily is a recovery coach and administrative intern. She received her Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Michigan and is attending Hofstra University in the Fall of 2021 for her PhD in Clinical Psychology. Emily is fervently devoted to providing individuals with tools to find themselves, gain agency, commit to their values, and harness inherent strengths to heal and grow as they make life transitions.
Emily previously interned on an inpatient unit at New York Presbyterian Hospital where she gained direct exposure to adolescents and young adults with Borderline Personality Disorder. She also has experience co-leading intervention programs using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to enhance the well-being of school-aged children. During the initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, Emily took initiative and developed an intervention program to mitigate the long-term repercussions of the pandemic on mental health by providing individuals with coping skills, virtual companionship, and a safe place to voice their fears.
In her free time, Emily enjoys being with family and friends, listening to music, babysitting, and watching gymnastics.
Certified Meditation Instructor
Amazon Bestselling Author, Sarit Lotem, is a Certified Primordial Sound Meditation Instructor from the Chopra Center, The Power Of Awareness Meditation Teacher, and is soon to be an Ayurveda Perfect Health lifestyle teacher. Sarit teaches meditation seminars and workshops for stress management and healthy and harmonious lifestyles in corporate workplaces, wellness centers, and in private settings.
For more than ten years, Sarit owned and operated her own successful business while also being a full-time mother which has provided her with firsthand experience of both the rewards and stresses inherent in busy work and family life. As a Certified Meditation Instructor, Sarit is dedicated to guiding her students who are experiencing challenging life situations to effectively incorporate meditation into their busy personal and professional lives, leading them to live a more balanced life. In her teachings, Sarit shares the benefits and the how-to's of meditation which include stress management, reduction of anxiety, an increase of productivity, and greater inner-calm and equanimity.
Certified Yoga Instructor
Alison Ederer completed her 200-hour Yoga Certification with Breathe for Change and received a Wellness Certification. She has continued to learn and explore other avenues of yoga and fitness, and has also completed certifications in Barre and Yoga Sculpt. Alison works as the Senior Manager, Development & Events at the Women’s Sports Foundation. Most importantly, each day Alison works, whether as a teacher or as a professional, she is committed to creating safe spaces, making those around her feel grounded, and being positive. Alison’s classes focus on inclusivity; she wants all students to feel that they are unveiling their power during and after their practice.
Alison Ederer is a New Yorker born and raised, and now lives in Manhattan. Alison has been taking asana classes since high school, but came to the decision to embark on her RYT-2 while studying in graduate school for her Master’s of Science in Education. In her free time, Alison enjoys reading, playing scrabble, walking around new neighborhoods in Manhattan, cooking new recipes, and traveling.
Teaching Artist & Fitness Instructor
Austin Marquez is a performer, choreographer, teaching artist and trainer based in New York City. Austin has performed in several productions around the city at venues such as the Hotel Pennsylvania, Steps on Broadway, Helen Mills Theater, and Manhattan Movement and Arts Center. Austin’s choreography has been selected to perform in dance festivals and awarded at dance competitions all across the nation. He has choreographed several productions in NYC including The Drowsy Chaperone, The Addams Family, and A Chorus Line, to name a few. He has also taught for several studios and in the musical theatre department at Marymount Manhattan College, where he received his degree in musical theatre.
Austin works as a group fitness instructor teaching cardio-based fitness classes where he curates function based, full body workouts. Austin uses his background in acting, dancing, and fitness to give his students the ability to not only become physically stronger, but also to explore emotion and storytelling through movement. He strives to give his students the tools to become confident in their abilities, to take risks in their explorations, and to find community and support in their classes. Austin encourages his students to take every opportunity they have to learn and grow as artists—to believe in themselves and never waste a moment!
Madilyn is an administrative intern and co-leader of the Girl Talk after school workshop. She attends Eleanor Roosevelt High School and is being trained with Limor Weinstein's KARMA method to mentor young girls herself. She is interested in helping adolescents to navigate through some tough years of childhood. Madilyn is passionate about promoting wellbeing for young individuals and destigmatizing mental health. She is dedicated to the Bespoke community and works on graphic design, planning workshops, and co-leading some.
Madilyn lives on the Upper West Side. In her free time, she loves to spend time with her friends and family, bake, and walk around the beautiful city.
Dance & Arts Instructor
Kaitlyn Soloway is a dancer, choreographer, artist and teacher from Chicago, Illinois. She graduated from the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with highest honors. While at the University of Michigan, she performed in works by choreographers Shannon Gillen, Meredith Monk, Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, Ron De Jesús and many others. She also performed in the University of Michigan’s production of Candide directed by Professor Matthew Ozawa. Kaitlyn was the choreographer for Rude Mechanicals’ production of Let the Right One In. She also has choreographed for University of Michigan’s a cappella group, The Sopranos. She has received many honors including First Place in the University of Illinois’ Choreography Competition and having her choreography selected for Dance Chicago’s Emerging Choreographers’ Performance and the National Dance Educators’ Organization Conference. Kaitlyn’s senior capstone choreography was selected to represent the University of Michigan at the American College Dance Association’s 2020 Conference.
In addition to her passion for dance, Kaitlyn has a love for teaching students. Kaitlyn currently is pursuing her Masters in Elementary Education and will be completing nearly all of her graduate coursework in August 2021. Kaitlyn has been a substitute teacher at a K-8 school for several years. In 2020-2021, she was a permanent art substitute teacher for kindergarten - eighth grade students during a maternity leave for the first semester. During the the second semester, she was a substitute teacher teaching subjects including Spanish, Music, Math, Art, Language Arts, Physical Education and Social Studies.
In addition to teaching in schools, Kaitlyn enjoys teaching dance and has taught a variety of dance styles and choreographed for students from preschool to college. She has taught dance and choreographed with Studio18, Rootz, TRA Choreography, LLC, Star Performance Company, MVMNT FIT and Chicago Loves Dance, Inc.