Roberta graduated magna cum laude from Marywood’s Coordinated Undergraduate Program with a in Dietetics in 1983. She worked as a registered dietitian for the Pike County Program for eight years before leaving her career to raise her family. Being dedicated to both family and good health, she volunteered in the Delaware Valley School District as PTA treasurer, presented nutrition classes during National Nutrition Month, wrote nutrition articles published in the PTA Newsletter, and served on the planning committee for the American Cancer Society in Pike County. She also worked as a assistant teacher in the Dingman-Delaware Elementary School’s Special Education Program before moving back to Scranton. While working as a caregiver in the area, she has been practicing yoga to keep fit and reduce stress.
Roberta believes deeply in the many benefits yoga offers, such as increasing flexibility, balance, coordination, tone, strength, and relaxation. She has completed the 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training through the Always-At-Aum Yoga School and currently working on her 300-hr YTT. She is passionate about helping others to realize the many benefits of practicing yoga as she continues to enhance her own practice.