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Heidi is a Power Vinyasa yoga instructor.  She will lead you through a challenging all level class where you will focus on moving from pose to pose with your breathe, allowing your body and mind to connect and bring a better body awareness as you become stronger and more flexible.  She is passionate about healthy alignment and enjoys breaking down challenging poses, especially arm balances and inversions. What a better way to end a physically challenging class with a relaxing mediation and then some really good wine.


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Krista began dancing at age 6. Her passion grew as she continued training in ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical/contemporary, modern, and hip hop. At age 18 she was traveling the world as a professional dancer on board the cruise ships of Holland America Line. Krista’s passion for dance lead her to exploring the mind and body benefits of yoga. She has studied under master teachers Melina Meza, Chiara Guerrieri , Jenny Hayo, and Anne Phyfe Palmer at 8 Limbs Yoga Centers and completed her 200 hour certification recognized by the worldwide Yoga Alliance in April of 2014. Krista hopes to inspire, share and educate others in the practice of yoga. “I believe the practice of yoga and can seem overwhelming to some, so I strive to make each class enjoyable and achievable to all students of all levels”. Students leave Krista’s class feeling relaxed and rejuvenated from her playful sequencing and powerful flow.


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Nina’s yoga classes flow gently and anchor in steadiness. Her instruction incorporates a gentle flow of words and sound with the stream of breath, energy, presence, and subtle movement.

Nina is a ERYT-200 yoga instructor and also a Level II Reiki practitioner. She has special training in spinal alignment on the SoMat with Chiara Guerrieri. She also studied instinctive movement and the effects of free dance on the chakra body with Australian group Chakradance. Her fascination with travel and living-lightly took her to Thailand where she spent three months exploring Buddhist culture and studying yoga at the Orion Healing Center and Samma Karuna.


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Gina studied under the direction of Ali Valdez and Liz Doyle through Sattva Yoga. She received her 200 hour Yoga Alliance certification in Power Vinyasa in 2013. She also has completed the Teacher Assisting Program (TAP) with Lisa Black at Shakti Yoga Studio. She has been teaching at several studios and corporate offices in the area since 2013.  Gina views yoga as a “gift that keeps on giving” with personal empowerment, building self-confidence and achieving enlightenment! Wanting to share this gift with others, she creates her classes with core postures and sequences that will challenge and exhilarate your mind and body. Gina Creates her sequences to be challenging, yet attainable for all levels offering modifications, blocks and straps for every individual.  Gina believes that once you step on your mat, yoga is all about your “inner” self and self-study…take it lightly, have fun, and try new things. Have a smile on your face and laugh with yourself!Live life to the fullest and ENJOY every moment!




Piper’s life took an instantaneous shift when she discovered yoga – with zero doubts, she committed to not only a life-long practice, but also a new career. Yoga was her catalyst to discover a joy untouched by circumstance and was called to use the blueprint of yoga to serve others. She set out to combine yoga, her craze of travel and her authentic concern for the matters of the human heart. 

Nearly a decade later, thousands of hours teaching in both the Pacific Northwest and around the world, having provided consultation for numerous studios and certified hundreds of teachers – she is the founder and academic director of Global Soul Yoga. Her classes and training programs are dynamic, challenging and uplifting and she encourages us to live more globally and soulfully.


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Hannah Talbot is a Yoga and Meditation teacher, as well as a Reiki Practitioner.  She is the owner and facilitator of Tribe Life Events, which creates workshops, gatherings and personally curated yoga events THAT COME TO YOU to honor and celebrate all of life’s occasions. Through yoga, ritual, heart connective activities, nourishing bites and beverages, sacred discussion, and meditation, she brings the soul to your gathering. She also hosts The Mindfulness Project for the workplace, a 6-week program of practical mindfulness tools to integrate into your workday for you and your whole team. Head over to her website to learn more and stay connected on Instagram.  


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A Snoqualmie Valley resident, Alex has been practicing yoga for many years.  Her teaching philosophy is that yoga is for everyone/everybody and her goal is to create classes that are invigorating, empowering, and enlivening for body and soul.  She places particular attention on building body/self/breath awareness to ensure a safe, strong, balanced, and mindful practice. Learn more about Alex at




Mistilyn loves movement! She has been athletic her whole life; gymnastics, water sports, running, and dance always gave her a sense of balance.
Unfortunately her ankle could not keep up with her zest for impact sports. An unsuccessful surgery and extensive physical therapy did not seem to be the answer to her immobility. Searching for some way to regain her need for physical expression, she limped into a yoga studio for the first time. After that class, Mistilyn knew yoga was the answer to reclaiming her body. Keeping up with her commitment (even sometimes going twice a day) she found the way for her mind, body, and spirit to move freely!

Having spent over 25 years coaching in the gymnastics community, Mistilyn brings a unique perspective to her classes. Her passion for movement with body alignment, shaping, and a love for teaching continues through yoga.

I teach a hatha class with varied asanas and my power vinyasa class is usually vigorous and powerful.



Gimena is an Argentinian native living in the Greater Seattle area since 2003. When not on the yoga mat, Gimena can be found spending time with her husband, two daughters and her dog Cujo! Her passion for yoga and healthy living is infectious. She believes that human bodies were made to move, and that is what she does all the time! You can frequently find her practicing yoga, hiking, skiing or paddleboarding! She truly believes in the physical and spiritual benefits of a consistent yoga practice. 

Gimena is an experienced yoga instructor registered with the Yoga Alliance (E-RYT 200).  She is an active instructor in various studios and gyms in the Greater Seattle area, and manager in a well established and reputable local yoga studio. She has taught numerous workshops in the local yoga community and she is actively involved in several yoga teacher training programs and yoga retreats. She teaches from a place of playfulness and sparkle while challenging her students to find their physical edge! Her classes are vigorous but accessible to all levels of experience. You can learn more about her yoga journey and offerings at and in her Instagram and Facebook pages. 



Susan was immediately captivated and became a devoted Yogi after her first yoga class over a decade ago. She  believes yoga will transform your life and all people can practice. She earned her 200 Yoga Alliance E-RYT in Baron Baptiste Power Vinyasa at Satvya Yoga with Rebecca Pitzer-Hunter in 2017. Susan believes yoga is not just simply another form of exercise, although her sequences create a stronger more supple body. Her classes are energizing and nourishing for both mind and body, as she will guide you toward a pathway of physical, mental and spiritual renewal which will clear your mind and restore balance. Susan invites you to step onto your mat with an open heart and lightness of spirit, among the beautiful wine vineyards of the William Grassie Estate.



Kim began a consistent yoga practice after being injured and sidelined from marathon training one too many times. She soon realized that yoga provided an effective way to balance and heal not only her body, but allowed her space to attend to some much needed inner work as well. She received her 200 hour training in 2016 from 8 Limbs Seattle and has been teaching both Power Vinyasa and Hatha ever since. The intention behind her classes is cultivating a focus on thoughtful asana and breath work to build strength, balance, as well as a little calm and joy to bring back into world and the bodies we inhabit. Kim has 4 kids (ages 5-16), a dog, and a cat. When she’s not practicing or teaching, she spends her time on the trails, or carpooling. Mostly carpooling.



Corporate trainer for ten years, teaching yoga for eight, teacher Renee Meena found yoga after being injured by the many sports she loves. Her yoga classes incorporate many healing modalities and she currently teaches her own creation online and in person, YoReiki®️. You can find this class at or  

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