Amy Patee

Amy Patee

Every yoga class I teach is a deep dive into the present moment. Who is here today, I wonder? What is the vibe of the group? What did we all show up to experience together? I have no plan, no agenda, no dogma to teach. My approach is simple – we move and breathe and feel together. We embrace our whole selves on our mats – the good, the bad and the ugly. We laugh and maybe shed a few tears. We arrive fully and leave more real, more alive, more in love. www.amypatee.com

Angela Vincent

Angela Vincent

I see every yoga practice as an opportunity to infuse daily living with vitality, balance and curiosity. I hold space for students to dive into the richness yoga has to offer, to explore their edges and listen deeply. Through intentional sequencing, breath practices and mediation, we awaken to what is alive within and walk more boldly in the world. www.vincentyoga.com

Ben Vincent

Ben Vincent

My search for truth began long before coming to yoga, but yoga felt like coming home. The healing, awakening and empowerment I experienced through yoga, led me to devote myself to live and share this sacred science.

I have been blessed to learn from master teachers such as Rod Stryker, Rajamani Tigunait, Indu Arora and Richard Freeman. I continue to avidly study and practice Para Yoga and the Himalayan tradition.

I specialize in in-depth study, practice and personalized/ therapeutic applications of yoga. www.vincentyoga.com

Paula Rojas

Paula Rojas

My journey with the practice and philosophy of yoga emerged out of place of seeking for something deeper within. The impact that yoga had in my life led me to complete a 500 hour training in India, finding in it the tip of the depth behind this practice. I realized that with consistent practice, yoga opens up the possibility to transform ourselves and impact our experience of living.
My aim as a teacher is to hold space to explore the body, in search of simplicity, tranquility, and awareness through a series of gentle movements and meditative practices.  During my class, I’d like the student to find the connection to themselves and tune into the vibrations of their inner experience. I offer a moment of silence and ease as a gift in this busy world that constantly fights for your attention.  Join me with no expectations and open to receive and listen to what you need at that moment.
James Ford

James Orione

Regardless of who you are, what you look like, or whom you love, creating a space for everybody is very important. Society places many expectations and roles as to how, what, when, where, and why you are doing something instead of simply being. Through conscious movement connected to breath, you have an opportunity to learn how to be in this moment. Yoga is an opportunity to create, rediscover, and connect to the experience of being human and overcome the obstacles that stand in your path. I invite you to join me.

Julie Shannon

Julie Shannon

Yoga has taught me the importance of balance and the value of connecting with myself. It is a bridge to a larger community within the collective consciousness. The core of my teaching aims to create space for the individual to alleviate tension by focusing on physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional well-being. If you are interested in cultivating a space for healing and self-care, join me on the mat.

Lynn Thomasberg

Lynn Thomasberg

I love teaching and practicing Ashtanga yoga and want to pass that passion and love on to my students. The approach I use is one of support and guidance, helping the student to cultivate mind/body wisdom through all of life’s stages and have some fun along the way! Making this practice accessible to all who are willing is one of the great joys of my life.

Nichole Vesperman

Yoga is a gift in connecting ~ connecting to our breath and connecting to our inner awareness. Community classes also give us the opportunity to connect to the people around us. Yoga invites us to show up and check-in with our internal experience. My teaching goal is to support people in connecting to a place of steadiness and comfort in their yoga practice.  I hope to share the experience of this connection in my classes.

Nicole Nardone

Nicole Nardone

I believe in the power of the human experience. That means you get to show up to your mat each and every way you are. The stuff of your life, whatever is happening, is the teacher and the path to waking up. You are here to experience the full range of what it is to be alive. My teaching practice aims at supporting this. www.nicolenardone.com

Shira K Charis

My first priority in teaching is to clear away the stress, tension and mental chatter from the day by creating a comfortable and welcoming environment. From there, my role as a teacher is to know when to step in and when to get out of the way. Using compassionate guidance, I support students in whatever way seems most appropriate. Perhaps a hands-on assist, or it might be drawing attention to something in a student’s practice that they are not able to see or feel. Regardless of the means, the goal is always the same: to create increased self-awareness and support the realization that true understanding comes from within. www.shirakcharis.com

Serita Colette

Serita was born in the sunny, rural landscape of Kerala, India. In 2009 she returned to study Kathakali from Ashaan Shiva Das of the world renowned Kalamandalam classical arts school. It was there Serita discovered Hatha Yoga and her life-long commitment toward self-care and healing justice.

Serita is passionate about building a yogic community at One Yoga through sangha and encourages her students to bring the truth and healing power of their yogic practice out into their world.  Her work has been recognized by Allina Healthcare, Pioneer Press, The University of Minnesota, Learning Dreams and most recently The Star Tribune. www.seritayoga.com