Charmie Stryker200-Hour Faculty, 300-Hour Faculty, Teacher

  CHRISTIE RAFANAN RYT 500 | Teacher | Lead Teacher Trainer  Through yoga, Christie found a deep understanding and relationship with her body, mind and inner self. This awesome self-realization is what inspired her to teach yoga. Christie teaches yoga by linking breath and movement with a strong focus on … Read More


Charmie Stryker200-Hour Faculty, 300-Hour Faculty, Teacher

BROOKE CORAZÓN E-RYT 500 | Teacher | Teacher Trainer  Brooke Corazón has been a student of yoga since 2003 and a teacher since 2009. Her background includes Bikram, Anusara, and Iyengar Yoga. She is blessed to study with her teacher Christina Sell, and is also deeply influenced by Iyengar teacher … Read More


Charmie Stryker200-Hour Faculty, 300-Hour Faculty, Prenatal YTT Faculty

SACHI DOCTOR RYT 500 | Teacher Sachi is an Ayurvedic health practitioner and yoga teacher. She is the founder of Elemental Alchemy, which offers holistic care and self-healing techniques for those navigating their way towards optimal mind-body health. Sachi is a board member of the Prison Yoga Project and also serves … Read More

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Stacey Swan

Brittany McBride200-Hour Faculty, 300-Hour Faculty, Teacher, Trauma-Informed YTT

Stacey, E-RYT500, encourages her yoga students to practice in a focused and safe manner with instruction that is clear, warm, and light hearted. Stacey has over 700 hours of training, and has been teaching yoga classes, workshops and teacher training programs since 2007.

Michelle Bouvier

Brittany McBride200-Hour Faculty, Teacher

Michelle Bouvier is a Prana Vinyasa™ E-RYT 500+ yoga teacher trainer, Hoopdance pioneer, AcroYoga teacher, bodyworker, movement therapist.

Karen Macklin

Brittany McBride200-Hour Faculty, Teacher

Karen Macklin, E-RYT 500, has taught yoga since 2008 with an emphasis on balancing energy, healing the body and mind, deepening awareness and insight. Her classes are typically slower, rhythmic flows that both challenge students and offer them an opportunity to enter a space of meditation and inquiry.