We are a small tribe of compassionate, supportive and loving instructors with a wide range of class styles, offerings and training. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We believe that yoga is for everyone and we strive to create a peaceful, supported environment for our students.
We look forward to meeting you on the mat.
Registered Yoga Instructor, Licensed Massage Therapist
“Give every day the chance to become the most beautiful of your life.” – Mark Twain
One of my favorite quotes for over 15 years, it is a mindset that I choose to bring not only to my daily life, but my mat as well. As a RYT 200 teacher, Big White Barn Yoga graduate, I enjoy the opportunity to help my students in making each practice a beautiful one. I incorporate massage assists and energy work into my classes. I offer Restorative, Flow & Restore and Yoga Flow style classes with an emphasis on bringing peace to the mind and body, offering guidance through asanas for my students as they make each practice their own. I enjoy teaching all-level classes, while offering modifications for practitioners that may want to go a little deeper. Yoga has been a constant centering force in my life, join me in finding the joy yoga brings.
4:30 pm – Yogalates & Restore
6 pm, Relax & Renew Restorative
Julia Redman, RYT500 Julia recognizes yoga as her greatest passion in both her personal and professional life. Not only reaping the physical benefits, through dedicated practice, yoga has brought mindfulness, compassion, and patience into her life and relationships. Julia received her first Yoga Alliance Certification (200hr) in Maui, Hawaii in 2011. She studied the Krishnamacharya lineage of Hatha and Raja yoga practices. This lineage emphasizes ‘yoga for the self’, adapting poses to support each individual. She received her 300hr certification in 2014. Julia is grateful that she is able to continue learning and practicing, and to share what she’s learned and experienced with others. Practice tuning in to physical sensations, breathing with purpose, and observing activity in the mind in Julia’s classes. Coordinate breath with movement, utilize core stability, and establish a balance between effort and ease. Cultivate a deeper connection within body, breath, mind, and spirit to feel more grounded, energized, and whole.
8:30 am, Serene Sunday Flow
200hr. E-RYT, YACEP, Reiki I & II, Souluna Life Coach
Described as “radiant,” Nicole’s classes range from dynamic Vinyasa Flow to inquiry-based Yin Yoga focusing on functional anatomy and inner exploration. Classes offer a safe space where students can discover their thoughts, bodies, and spiritual practices without judgment or fear.
A Maine native, Nicole received her first 200-hr. teacher training from Jai Yoga Arts, Brooklyn, New York in 2014 and completed her second 200-hr. teacher training with Caribe Yoga Academy, Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica in 2018, where she is also completely her advanced 300-hr. training. Nicole is also a certified Souluna Life Coach trained under the guidance of Coby Kozlowski and offers both private and group coaching sessions. A lifelong seeker, Nicole continues her education through attending and assisting a variety of workshops and trainings at locations such as Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, the Esalen Institute, and Caribe Yoga Academy.
12 pm, Lunchtime Flow
8:30 am, Yin/Vin
Aly Dabbs has been a student of yoga for almost ten years. She has practiced yoga abroad with Rachel Brathen, and began teaching in 2018 as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200). Since then, Aly has taught yin yoga and meditation, as well as power vinyasa classes. Aly’s primary focus is on yin yoga and mediation and continues her studies of yoga through available trainings and Yoga Alliance. Leave everything at the door and let Aly hold space for you!
6 pm, Yin
6 pm, Relax & Renew Restorative
Early one morning in my teens, I saw a woman cast in the glow of the rising sun, deep in a yoga flow. I instantly fell in love with the movement of asana. From that moment on, having a yoga practice was a dream of mine, and by the end of my first class, I was hooked.
While in New York City, pregnant with my third child, I decided to complete the 200 hour RYT program to explore the philosophy of yoga and asana. Throughout the years since my training, my love for yoga has only intensified, and my commitment to the practice is teaching me to live my life with empathy, compassion, and acceptance.
Today, I teach yoga as a lifelong student of the practice. Every word, breath and movement, a step deeper into my yogic journey, one which I hope to share with you. Namaste.
8:30 am, Heated Soul Flow
8:30 am, Heated Soul Flow
Having lived most of my life in Readfield, Maine, I am grateful to consider Maine my home. My background is in construction. I started building quality homes, then progressed into building cabinetry. In 2017, a friend suggested that I try yoga to help with some of the physical symptoms that I was experiencing, do to the nature of the repetitious work involved with construction. I found yoga very challenging because of my inflexibility, but also very rewarding at the same time! By practicing yoga, I started to notice improvements in my range of motion, my perception and mental clarity. This inspired me to go deeper with yoga, so, in 2018, I decided to become a 200 hour certified yoga instructor through the training program at Panacea Yoga studio in Hallowell, Maine. Yoga training encouraged me to be on a spiritual path of self development, leading to certifications in Reiki energy healing, Integrated Energy Therapy and Pranayama breathing techniques. I practice meditation, trusting my intuition. I have become more mindful about having a positive perspective and a loving attitude. I have a passion for practicing and teaching yoga, because it has made a profound impact on me personally. Now I am grateful to share my experience and help others discover the powerful benefits of a consistent yoga practice! Namaste.
4:30 pm, Beginners Yoga
9 am, Chair Yoga
5:15 pm, Family Yoga
Amanda Ray Thaller began her yoga journey as a nursing student over 20 years ago. What began as primarily an asana (or posture) practice, has evolved into a holistically healing and transformative yoga practice that involves meditation, pranayama, chanting, asana, and practicing a yogic lifestyle. Now as a nurse practitioner and college nursing instructor, Amanda uses her care, knowledge and understanding of the human body to bring calm, compassion, balance, and strength to the body through support and encouragement. Amanda’s classes are suited to both new and experienced students of all ages and body types to maximize the many benefits of yoga. When not teaching nurses or yoga, Amanda enjoys loving her children, creative cooking, and spending time in nature. Yoga continues to bring balance in to her life and she hopes to help you discover the healing and stress relieving effects of yoga in one of her classes.
Mindful Morning Yoga
Tuesday, 6 am
Nancy Martin has been teaching health and physical education for over 30 years. She chaired the State of Maine award winning School-site Wellness program in 2005 and pursued health and wellness certifications from the American Council of Exercise in Lifestyle and Weight Management, Intuitive Eating, Heart Aerobics and The Mind Body Connection. In 2010 she became a certified wellness coach and taught a statewide stress resilience program for state employees and Chandler Bay Resources. Nancy has been a registered Yoga instructor since 2016 and trained at Josh Summers School of Yin Yoga during the summer of 2019.
Nancy’s energetic and approachable style to teaching Yoga typically includes a spinal warm up, gentle breath flow, maybe a challenge along with Yin poses.