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 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.
Sarah believes that your body, mind & spirit are designed to be healthy… vitality is built into every cell in your body. She found yoga in 1997, through her father, and truly gained respect for it – only after 4 children, stressed adrenals, a herniated disk, 46 triathlons, holistic lifestyle coaching/ personal training / spinning certifications- and finally realized that yoga is the magic bullet. Yoga connects us to our minds and bodies, transforming them, so that we can get… >> learn more.
I discovered yoga in high school when the world felt like it was moving too fast and I needed to slow down. I am a fast paced person and In high school I was captain of my volleyball team, taking care of my grandparents, holding down a job, and going to school but knew there was something missing in my life. I am now studying early-childhood education at UW-Milwaukee, which continues my love and passion for children…. >> learn more.
Alisyn was introduced to yoga after her gymnastics career ended, due to a fractured T-8 vertebrae. Yoga healed her from the inside out and opened many doors including discovering her purpose for teaching. She then found a love for teaching children mindful movement. Her career of teaching kids started five years ago as a gymnastics coach and camp counselor, then evolved into teaching kid’s yoga.She received her 200-hour teaching certification in 2014 at YogAsylum from Pamela Bliss…. >> learn more.