Whitney is a certified 200 hour RYT under the esteem guidance of Donna Jackson of Saraswati Yoga Joint. She has further honed her skills by attaining Reiki certifications 1 & 2 through their comprehensive program. Additionally, Whitney is trained in Mayan Birthing Rituals, acquiring a 85-hour Prenatal yoga and Doula certification on sacred grounds in Guatemala.
Prior to her entrepreneurship and yoga career, she worked for several publicly traded companies including monday.com, Datto, and Yext, where she led and guided sales teams and corporate partnerships through driving sales growth. She believes her time spent in the corporate world has prepared her to have the skill set and confidence to successfully operate a business.
Most importantly, she believes that everyone deserves to feel good in their own skin, and through the exploration of movement, mindful breathing, and moments of stillness she aspires to share the gift of yoga with all that are open to it.
Brett received her RYT200 at the Maui Yoga Shala, and is currently on the path towards becoming a Certified Yoga Therapist with PranaYoga School for Holistic Health and Yoga. In her studies, she has learned that it is the combination of Ayurveda & Yoga Therapy that beautifully represent her own core beliefs around healing holistically.
Brett utilizes the Sattva Vinyasa lineage in all of her classes, so you can expect to learn how we can use elemental inspired Asana, Pranayama, & Meditation therapies to support us as we experience different seasons & cycles.
Anthea is a certified trauma informed vinyasa, yin & meditation teacher, currently splitting her time teaching between Redding and Brooklyn NYC. She has also completed the Dalai Lama Fellowship, and has started a non-profit called “The Healing Quotient”.
Anthea shares a somatic approach to yoga, incorporating breath work and bilateral stimulation into her classes to strengthen the mind-body connection.
Isabel is a 200-hour Certified Kripalu Yoga Instructor as well as a 200-hour Certified Ashtanga Yoga Teacher. Most recently she received a Restorative Yoga Certification in addition to spending two years becoming a Transformational Life Coach.
Isabel believes that yoga is not something that you “do”. Yoga is a way of life which gets practiced throughout your day. If you learn to trust and listen to how you feel, what you and your body need during this practice, this will certainly translate into other areas of your life, allowing you to cultivate more mindfulness throughout your day.
Kat completed her 200-hour RYT certification under the mentorship of Lyn Kehoe in Ridgefield, CT in 2021. Kat is currently earning her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work at Columbia University and enjoys bringing therapeutic techniques into her teaching.
Kat teaches an all-levels vinyasa class with a focus on mindful movement through the poses, guided by the breath. Kat will encourage you to embrace challenges, but always listen to your body and rest in gratitude when needed. You can expect her to sprinkle in some yoga philosophy throughout class as well!