Jennifer Mansell, Studio Owner/Yoga Instructor
I combine my training in classical Hatha yoga, several years of experience as a competitive runner and triathlete, and 2 decades of experience in the field of mental health to offer a unique practice to students. Using the breath as a guide, benefits include strengthening and purifying the body and mind, decreasing stress and illness, and increasing our capacity for self-compassion.
Alivia Veenstra, Yoga Instructor
My experience with yoga is ever changing, as I flow from rigorous and physical vinyasa classes, to deep and patient yin practices, to soft and healing restorative poses. Each practice serves a different need, but the end result is often the same: greater peace, a stronger body, and a stiller mind. As a teacher, I focus on breath as the catalyst for movement and change, paying particular attention to alignment as I guide you through poses meant to strengthen, soften, and calm.
Kelsey Callaway Dubois, Yoga Instructor
Janet Haigh, Yoga Therapist
I welcome opportunities to offer joyful service as a trauma-sensitive Yoga Therapist and small-class Yoga Teacher to help you achieve your individual and specific wellness goals. I work with kindness, curiosity and gentle open-mindedness to assist you in discovering the healing benefits of yoga: anxiety reduction, balanced energy levels, increased resilience, stress relief, greater flexibility, and fitness of mind, body and spirit. Whether we use a mat, a chair or other means, I firmly believe there is blue sky within each of us to reclaim and bask beneath … care to explore more of it together?
Carolyn Pigott, Somatics Instructor
I have worked closely with experienced Massage Therapists, Personal Trainers,
Chiropractors and Physiotherapists, in gym, clinic and spa settings. I have over 17 years experience and have learned many valuable perspectives on how to
encourage healing and functionality to return where it has gone out of balance.
Sheron Jutila, Yoga Instructor
I have been sharing my passion of yoga for 16 years, yet I am still in awe of the new things my students and I discover every time we step onto our mats. I love that I will never know everything about this practice. Knowing this keeps me excited, receptive and aware. What might you experience in one of my classes? Presence, trust, growth, peace, freedom, commitment, laughter, rebelliousness, curiosity and acceptance. But… don’t take my word for it – join us and find out for yourself!
Alana Taylor, Yoga Instructor
Catherine Reid, Yoga Instructor
Catherine Reid, BA, RYT
My very first Yoga class was one of those aha moments. I felt at home, in body and mind, for maybe the first time ever. This was in 1974, and although it took me 30 years to wind up in Yoga Teacher Training, Yoga always wove itself in and out of my life as a trusted support.
Shannon Flaherty, Yoga Instructor
Jacqui Willcocks, Yoga Instructor
Akiko Shima, Yoga Instructor
I was introduced yoga when I was pregnant with my eldest son, and completed yoga teacher training in 2006. My curiosity led into many hours of meditation, pre/postnatal, restorative, somatics and yoga for cancer training. I truly believe that yoga is for everyone, and welcome all level of practitioners.
Taylor Cascanette, Yoga Instructor
I am a human, just like you. I identify as a seeker, survivor and friend. I teach trauma-informed Yoga in community, and love helping people feel safe and empowered while connecting with their bodies.
I believe in creating a safe space to meet yourself wherever you are at. A space to feel respected, at choice, and included. I believe that within this space, we can heal and recover our relationships to ourselves and our bodies. We can find the pieces of ourselves that got lost, and start to reclaim our lives.