Amanda fully believes that fitness is for everyBODY, and by providing encouragement and modifications, every participant can be successful. Each class is a chance to grow and learn from each other and for a very short period of time put ourselves first.
Aneta's classes are designed to push physical boundaries while cultivating a calm & centered mind.
Annie's intention is to bring wonder and whimsy to the practices of her yoga students, young and old alike!
You'll enjoy Faith's fun and compassionate approach and the functional perspective she offers on physical movement.
Binita is thankful yoga helped her find balance mentally, physically & spiritually and hopes to help others find the same.
Judy hopes to help you bring your mind to your space and to develop the strength in your body that will sustain your practice for a lifetime.
Kim wants to help others realize their strengths, celebrate the small victories, see their self worth, and become empowered.
Lana wants to share the same sense of joy, inner peace & physical well-being she enjoys from her yoga practice with her students.
Laura sees yoga as a way to expand; physically, mentally, and, spiritually and loves sharing this with others. In her classes she focusses on the breath as she helps students find their own personal growth
Lisa hopes her students leave her classes feeling connected, to their community and to themselves, and that they carry that connection into the world, inspiring others along the way.
The satisfaction of helping people reach and maintain their fitness goals is Lynne's greatest reward.
Marion believes in each person's potential and strives to guide them to find their inner strength.
MeShell is no stranger to group fitness and has worked out all her life. She's experienced the fact that you can have fun when you work out and she brings that joy of movement to her classes.
Pilates is a way of life for Sabrina and she teaches her clients how it can help with recovery from and prevention of injuries, especially later in life.
Tom believes yoga is not about judgements, comparisons, or competition. Yoga is about your personal expression on the mat.