Ashley, E-RYT 200, has immersed herself in the journey of self-exploration through Yoga. When she first stepped onto a mat and noticed the immediate release of tension in her physical body. As she continued taking classes, she noticed how much more relaxed her mind was and how to manage stress better. This realization sparked her to continue to learn about the philosophy of yoga. Through her passion of the practice she decided to commit to share what she has learned in hopes that her students learn to live their lives to the fullest. Ashley’s classes challenge students to step out of their comfort zone and to have breakthroughs for the mind, body, and soul.
After completing a 300-hr course at The American Yoga Academy in 2013 Adrienne went on to study meditation and authentically apprenticed to become a Reiki Master / Teacher. She loves learning and has continued to be a diligent student herself so she can share the new experiences in the practice of her students. To deepen her traditional yoga practice she is also certified in SUP and Aerial Yoga as well. She has completed courses in chakra work and crystals. She designs her classes to be a positive and encouraging environment and enjoys watching the transformation of her students both on and off of the mat.
Maura began her yoga journey when she became pregnant with her first child in 1998. It was a prenatal class that set her upon a path of refinement to this very day. She has studied various styles of yoga and has deeply connected with the Bhakti tradition. Understanding that as the body changes, so did her personal practice. As her life took on new and unexpected turns, Maura discovered that moving with fluidity and grace was what she really needed to practice on her mat so that she could treat life’s transitions more like a dance. Maura is a 500 hr E-RYT who completed her training under Sudha Allitt of Kula Kamala Yoga in 2013 and Raghunath Cappo of Supersoul Yoga in 2018. Maura’s love for yoga is translated in her teachings, as she approaches each pose like a journey, mindfully linking them together with intentional breath (pranayama). Her classes are playful and flowy, infused with love, humor, music and spirituality. Maura believes that having a sense of maitre (friendship with one’s self) is the best way to gain access to who we truly are.
Nicole completed her 300-hour RYT through White Lotus in Santa Barbara, CA, and has completed additional training certificates in prenatal and kids yoga. She has been a student of every type of yoga and dance since she was a kid and has been teaching yoga for over 20 years. She also holds a BA in English and Education and is if the founder of Om Baby Yoga and Learning Through Movement. Nicole leads a fluid, organic class with focus on breath, safe alignment, and gentle but strong sequencing. She hopes students leave class feeling relaxed, stretched and open.
Camille took her first yoga class many years ago in NYC looking for a different kind of workout, but from the moment she stepped on her mat, she felt a sense of peace and connection to herself that she never expected. Not only was it a physical practice but it allowed her to quiet the mind and become in tune with her true sense of Self. She continued her yoga journey on and off through the years, including during her pregnancies of her two daughters. Camille became passionate about sharing yoga with everyone around her, especially children and as she saw their life start to transform through yoga, she knew that her life path has brought her to teach. In 2017, Camille completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training and continues her education through various workshops and trainings. Camille brings her authentic and compassionate energy to the classroom, creating a space for students to experience the full mind, body and spirit connection of their own. While focusing on proper alignment, she creates a safe, comfortable environment, which allows you to navigate mindfully on your mat. She is honored to teach yoga and to have the opportunity to share with others the knowledge and guidance that she has received from the teachers that have inspired her. It is her mission to encourage you to honor the light, love, truth, beauty and peace within yourself.
Ryan found yoga during a time where he was immersed in finding the most functional way to create movement patterns using the mind and body. Discovering the freedoms of yoga took Ryan to a place unimaginable where he found deeper connection to the soul and spirit of a variety of yogic traditions. Eventually, leading him into vast new rituals of expansion through the connection of breath and movement. Using his background of mathematics and movement culture and bringing them to yoga, taking anatomy of the body and meditation to explore levels of consciousness to cross onto a physical plane in which to open and align the body and spirit. Ryan’s teaching style incorporates his asana obsession, meditation and life experiences and molds that with the of knowledge of Summer Quashie, Jerry Saluti, and Yulady Saluti under whom he did his 200 hour RYT to create a platform for all to come to open and align.
Jess Stansbury completed her yoga teacher training in 2013 through the School of Royal Yoga where she was trained in Hatha yoga. After earning her certification, she spent several years diving deeper into her own practice before making the decision to start teaching in 2018. While she primarily teaches Vinyasa classes now, she still draws on her Hatha routes for inspiration in her classes. Jess has also completed trainings in restorative and SUP yoga, and being out on the water is one of her favorite places to practice!
When she’s not teaching yoga, Jess works as a health coach, helping people make diet and lifestyle changes so that they can lead joy filled, healthy lives. She loves spending time with her husband, Ryan, and their two cats. And aside from yoga, her favorite hobbies include biking, kayaking, hiking, paddle boarding, and camping.
Yoga has been an integral part of Jess’ own holistic health journey. Through yoga, she’s learned how to let go, slow down, become present, and just breathe. It’s her hope that she can share these powerful lessons with you in her class so that you too can experience the peace and healing that comes from practicing yoga.
Kelly has spent the last 14 years working part-time in the fitness industry. She loved the physical movement: challenge, perseverance, dedication; but needed something for her mind. She completed her 200 RYT in July 2018. Little did she know how much this experience would transform how she sees and perceives the world. As an educator, Kelly enjoys inspiring and empowering today’s youth, as well as adults, through the practice of yoga, mindfulness and reflection.
“Yoga does not transform the way we see things. It transforms the person who sees.”
Krista Morton began her journey with yoga, during a time when she most needed the beauty of this practice to fall into her path. Krista holds a BA in dance performance, and as a lifelong mover, modern dancer, dance instructor, she has felt the pressures of body expectations and aesthetics in a personal way. Practicing yoga has shifted Krista’s perspective on what it means to be truly connected, mind, body, and spirit. With her dance and yoga teaching background, Krista explores research methods of authentic and organic movement in various settings. Krista is an integrative health coach, with a focus in integrative nutrition, mindset work and emotional health, and holds a Masters degree in Integrative Health from Georgian Court University. She owns her own practice, SomaSonder, where she guides women towards a deeper connection to themselves to find healing, physically, emotionally, and spiritually, by making their lives their medicine. Krista hopes to share the joyful and therapeutic elements of movement, and the value of caring for your body, mind, and spirit, through the practice of yoga.