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Barbara Diamond RYT 200

After traveling through many fitness genres, yoga quickly felt like home to me. I pursued my 200 hr teacher training in 2016 through Kanyakumari to deepen my practice. I had no idea how much the knowledge I would acquire would change me. From Ayurveda to yoga philosophy, there’s much more than asana to deepen our experience in each class. I truly enjoy teaching people the basics of yoga and try to bring an element of mindfulness to each… >> learn more.

Kimberley DeVane

As Reiki Master and Yogi (RYT-200), I continue to see how the connection to self is so important.  We all have the capacity to truly create a life that we love, while still honoring mind, body, spirit in that moment.  Whether it is through a hands-on Reiki session or guidance within a yoga class, I feel called to help others find awareness and create space within themselves. My soul purpose is to introduce awareness, strengthen mind/body connection, and promote optimal… >> learn more.

Alecia Altstaette

As a yoga practitioner for over 20 years, as well as a former choreographer, I enjoy challenging my students with a creative Vinyasa flow, while also considering the needs of each student and ensuring a safe space where all are welcome.  I received my 200hr Yoga Teacher Certification at Core Essence under the instruction of Shayne Broadwell.

FRIDAY LUNCHTIME YOGA!!

COME AND GET A BURST OF ENERGY AND BIT OF REST AT THIS GREAT FLOW WITH AN AWESOME SHOT OF SAVASANA! 

Kathi Castle, RYT-200

I started practicing yoga on and off 20 years ago. I was an avid runner and triathlete. While in Florida on a family beach vacation, a beach yoga class was offered, so I got up ran a couple miles to the class and then ran back after – realizing the profound difference in my body on the run back, much more ease and grace in my movements. This began my journey into yoga. Over time the mind/body/breath… >> learn more.

Fada Shelbourne, RYT-200 & Cert. Trauma Informed Yoga Provider

Fada is passionate about empowering students to both practice and live their Yoga. With a background in psychology and dance, and a career in education and advocacy, she puts her varied skills to work encouraging students to learn about and fully experience the nuances of their energetic, emotional, and physical bodies through Yogic expression. Fada brings a unique flavor to her classes and always seeks to challenge both mind and body through intentional, creative, and expressive flows…. >> learn more.