Anna Egleston

Anna Egleston

Anna's classes start mindfully and move into a flow that involves interesting transitions and a cool down with restorative options always offered. Expect an alignment-lead practice that caters to all levels of students, from beginner to advanced with lots of variations offered.  Her number one goal is to make all students feel welcome and included in every level of class; she encourages students to always take their practice at their own pace. She hopes that you will always walk out of her class feeling a little lighter in mind and body. 

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Carolyn Swabek

Carolyn Swabek

Carolyn's classes focus on approaching yoga practice from where the student is, and are intelligently structured to slowly and safely strengthen the body while building up to more challenging poses. Designed for many bodies and abilities, she incorporates meditation, pranayama, and asana for a complete practice that encourages students to be curious, open, and non-judgmental.  You can expect fun and energizing playlists, options for modification or variation, and creative sequencing.

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Christopher Gilbert

Christopher Gilbert

Taught in a relaxed environment, Chris encourages students to practice yin at their own level, only going as far as the body allows, or to the appropriate “edge” to allow the body to naturally open up without forcing any poses. Chris offers various modifications, challenges and options for utilizing props and support within poses, welcoming all levels of practice. Students can expect to be challenged yet supported, with some elements of meditation that will ultimately leave you feeling relaxed and calm by the end of class.

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Colleen Webb

Colleen Webb

Colleen's classes are thoughtful yet challenging.  She strives for instruction that will meet you exactly where you are in each moment - then take you one step further.  Each class is designed to provide a space where all students feel free to move, breathe, and to try. Classes often have a focus that narrows in on the why, the what and the how of a singular aspect of our practice. Lively music and bad jokes abound.

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Erin Brady

Erin Brady

This moon child pays appropriate homage to yoga's deep rooted traditions married with a fuel injected focus on body mechanics and alignment.  Her creative and thoughtful sequencing will challenge you to take a deep explorative dive into the postures, and will never shy away from a strength building warm up.  Her classes are laced with just the right amount of humor to keep you on your toes with a smile on your face. 

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Jenny Urbanek

Jenny Urbanek

Jenny’s classes are simultaneously nourishing and energizing for the body, mind, and spirit. Her classes explore the connection of breath and movement while encouraging introspection through strength, alignment, and awareness.  Students can expect her thoughtful flows to be infused with creativity and informed by tradition. Her classes are open to all levels and offer space to move safely and just be.  

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Jess Hatch

Jess Hatch

Jess's classes are light-hearted and kind with the intention of focusing on breath, alignment and the strength we all have within us. Students can expect to begin the class reconnecting on the mat, while moving slowly into warming up the body through breath work, gentle movement and stretching; eventually leading into a flow connecting movement with breath. Classes are intended for all levels, with the use of props and modifications for almost everyBODY to participate in a playful practice with the hope of connecting with your inner child. Modifications given, use of props encouraged and offered.

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Kate Anich

Kate Anich

Kate likes to create balanced, thoughtful flows that challenge the body and mind all while building stamina, endurance, strength, and flexibility. Teaching mindful movement with a strong focus on breath students can expect an accessible class that will leave them feeling stronger, more centered, and relaxed. Classes will move at a slower pace allowing students to explore alignment and sensations of each pose. While the classes are comfortably challenging, Kate encourages students to listen to their body, to move at their own pace, to enjoy the stillness with each breath and to decide where you want your practice to go.

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Keeley Matson

Keeley Matson

You can expect a fun & challenging yoga experience in each of Keeley's classes.  Her classes will focus on building strength, core work & agility while working through a thoughtfully sequenced yoga flow.  Keeley strives to provide a comprehensive yoga experience to each of her students, combining movement with breath to calm the mind and heat the body.  There will always be an upbeat playlist, sweat and lots of smiles.  Her classes are open to all levels and each student is encouraged to move at their own pace. 

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Meg Vetting

Meg Vetting

Meg places special emphasis on traditional sequencing to strengthen and open the body for exploration of seated meditation practice. Students can anticipate a formal class structure that offers strong breathing cues and methodical movement. All classes include chanting, pranayama (breathing exercises) and various meditative methods to accompany vinyasa flow asana (posture) practice. All classes are mixed level and offer students the peace they seek to live and love in the world. 

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Pam Nelson

Pam Nelson

Pam is experienced in teaching moderately paced vinyasa flow with strong emphasis on alignment.  Her balanced classes offer up challenges, provide modifications and encourage awareness of breath.  Sequencing will thoughtfully build to a challenging peak pose or focus on a theme while encouraging mindful movement.  You will be encouraged to explore, laugh and honor your own practice.  All levels welcome.

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Robyn Lucks

Robyn  Lucks

Robyn blends traditional yoga postures with fitness elements to enhance strength and stability  in her classes. Her classes are often taught to spirited music and she thoughtfully sequences classes to be fun, challenging, and a full body workout. You can expect to move at a quicker pace at times but will still be encouraged and shown how to move with good form and alignment. All levels are welcome, we recommend taking as many breaks as you need until you work up to doing a full class.

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Sarah Filzen

Sarah Filzen

Sarah teaches energetic flows steeped in the classical yoga tradition with an eye to precise alignment. Her classes focus on physical and energetic grounding, strength and a discovery of one’s true nature and potential, and are taught to a well-curated, upbeat and fun musical soundtrack. All students are welcome, with modifications and variations offered to all levels of practitioners.

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