Kris Olson

Kris has been teaching Vinyasa and Yin Yoga since 2009. She has certification from The White Lotus Foundation and The Yoga Space. Her classes focus on using the intelligence of the breath to guide movement. She teaches a strong class with both the beginner and advanced student in mind. She hopes to help students open […]

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Julie Westlin-Naigus

Julie comes to yoga through a social justice lens and strives to create classes that are inclusive, compassionate, safe and give space for all to experience embodiment. She is passionate about bringing education and empowerment to yoga teachers and students through trainings, workshops, retreats and classes based on principles of body acceptance, Health at Every […]

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Rachel Stern

Rachel Stern (RYT*) began studying yoga at age 2, took a 20ish year break, and rediscovered the joys of a consistent yoga practice over the past 13 years. She received her 200-hour teacher certification in Interdisciplinary Yoga from the Nosara Yoga Institute in Costa Rica, and completed a year long teaching apprenticeship yoga at Amrita, […]

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Alix Northup

Alix began her study of yoga as a teenager, when her mom brought her to her first yoga class after discovering she had scoliosis.  She draws from her own experience of finding balance in her body and mind to compassionately assist others on their own unique path of healing and discovery. A student for over […]

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Sarah Robinette

A forever student, I am committed to the practice of yoga. I enjoy sharing my experiences and serving others. One of my best friends introduced me to the practice during my undergraduate work in Flagstaff, AZ. Here I completed my B.S. in Psychology/Sociology. I continued on to San Francisco, CA for my M.A. in Integral […]

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Nancy Giardini

The magic of Yoga started to unfold for Nancy when she moved to Portland, Oregon in 1998. Realizing the powerful effects it was starting to have on her, she has never looked back and has practiced continuously since then. She feels yoga is a blessing and a challenge for anyone who is willing to take […]

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Suniti Dernovsek

My interest as a movement guide is to offer an embodied experience that respects each individual’s process. Through years of practice I am skilled at seeing bodies and directing attention to what is quiet or unanimated. When we strengthen our ability to pay attention we open up to more possibilities and we bring an experience […]

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Heather Craig

Heather Craig is the creator of Booty Luv® (bootyluvfitness.com) and the owner of Body Luv Fitness, LLC (bodyluvfitness.com). She has been in the industry over a decade and holds certifications in yoga (200 hr., Iyengar-based Hatha); Pilates Mat; Personal Training (ACE); TRX Suspension Training; Spinning; Barre, and Kettlebells (NPTI). She brings proper alignment, challenge, and […]

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Alison Alstrom

The practice of Yoga can empower you. I made a commitment to yoga in the year 2000, and have lived it since. My mission as a teacher is to guide you toward an ever deepening understanding of your capacity to thrive on every level, and to support you as you step fully into that capacity, […]

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Devon Riley

I have been practicing yoga for twenty years, teaching for ten. These days, my practice and teaching feel increasingly focused on conditions on the ground. What is here? In our bodies, seasons, communities; in our communications with ourselves and each other… What do we notice when we stay here? I find myself interested in therapeutics, […]

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Kate Busby

Yoga endows us with the power of self-reflective awareness. It is a practice that gives us insight into the nature of our own inner workings. This can enliven everything we do, increasing our ability to recognize what is most meaningful to us and act in alignment with that. In this way, yoga can instill within […]

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Matt Nelson

My first entry into movement, breath and spiritual inquiry began in 1995 when I started practicing Chi Gung with my father. While my practice was intermittent for eight years, it provided a foundation that I have built upon throughout my adult life. In 2003 I decided to make the transition from Chi Gung to Yoga, […]

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