Kim Greeff brings a wealth of body knowledge to the mat with a background in massage therapy, a love and fascination with human anatomy and biomechanics, and a passion for helping people live better in their bodies through the practice of yoga and self care. Kim is a 200 Hr Registered Yoga Teacher.
Yoga... What more do I have to say? Yoga has given me a path to become the best version of myself. My typical class is a slow(ish), alignment based practice, with aspects that strengthen and soften the body. I leave postures open for your own variation to practice giving your body what it needs.
Emily’s classes encourage a healthy range of mobility and build strength. Nurturing the areas of the body into balance can reduce pain, enhance performance, improve posture and create a sense of ease. Emily’s passion for practicing and teaching yoga comes from the desire to help others live a healthier and more embodied life.
Kevin utilizes a slow flow vinyasa to revitalize the body and bring awareness to breath andthought. He strives to create a practice that offers the enjoyment of a lighter mindset, a gentlerbreath, and an overall ease of effort as one travels the peaks and valleys of one’s own personalyoga journey.
Margo is best known for her trademarked style of yoga called “Spinal Floss.” She has been teaching yoga since 1999 and is a Certified Yoga Therapist. Her unique approach to yoga empowers students to listen to their own awareness and to adapt postures to meet their body’s needs on any given day.
Meg has been exploring the vast world of yoga since she was a teenager: from yoga philosophyand personal ethics to the various physical asana practices. She's landed on a practice thatfocuses on compassion toward the self and others, and deep meditation through breath work.
Melissa began her yoga journey when she found herself craving connection, community and a way tohelp her mother, recently diagnosed with RA. She delved into her practice and became a 500 hr RYT in the Kaivalya Yoga Method. For her, yoga is not just a goal, but a natural state of mind and a way of being that is cultivated within one’s self.
Like so many people, Natalie didn’t fully appreciate what her body could do until it couldn’t do it anymore. Yoga was her gateway back into the world of movement after injury. She has taken a variety of university classes including Athletic Training, Anatomy and Physiology, and Movement Theory & Motor Control. She is a RYT 200.