• Michelle Devoe
    Michelle DevoeYOGA INSTRUCTOR

    Michelle was lead to her first yoga class in 2011 as she sought an outlet for recovery during running-related injuries. Michelle earned her 200-hr RYT vinyasa certification in 2013 at Yoga Vida in New York City and has been teaching yoga ever since. Before beginning her practice of yoga, Michelle sought a workout, an elevated heart rate, and a pool of sweat. Yoga attuned Michelle’s attention to the subtle signals of the human body, mind, and emotions and preached the value of balance in life rather than extremes. Yoga brings curiosity, creativity, and freedom to Michelle’s life. Since earning her 200-hr certification, Michelle has become a dedicated student of the ashtanga practice and thus her vinyasa classes may have a slight ashtanga flavor. She encourages her students to find the freedom to express themselves physically and vocally during her classes. When not practicing yoga, Michelle can be found eating nachos, singing Amy Winehouse, and/or watching orca whale documentaries on Netflix.

    • Nick Aleandro
      Nick AleandroYoga Instructor

      Nick has been involved with action sports for his whole life and started yoga like many people in response to an injury. With lots of experience dealing with professional athletes in the surfing, rock climbing and running world he has a specialty of helping improve your sport helping make you more balanced, safer and focused. As a certified yoga teacher through the esteemed training program of Yogaworks in Costa Mesa CA he creates a class that is challenging for all levels yet fun and enlightening to keep you coming back.

      • Jacqueline Boudreau
        Jacqueline BoudreauYoga Instructor

        Jacqueline Boudreau has been working as a Wildlife Biologist/Field Technician, traveling the country for the past eight years. Most recently, she has been an Expedition Guide in Alaska, teaching “Boat Yoga” during wilderness excursion voyages.

        Boudreau completed her yoga training at Konalani Ashram on the Big Island of Hawaii, which focused deeply on meditation, posture, and pranayama practices. Her classes are geared toward outdoor enthusiasts; specifically climbers and skiers, and is aware of what yoga sequences cater to muscle tightness and weak areas. She believes in using yoga to meet you where you are and give you the tools you need at the present moment.