• Our Teachers

  • Marleen Stam Gibbs

    Yoga styles: Hatha, Prenatal

    E-RYT 500, C-IAYT

    Marleen has been teaching since 2002. She is a Yoga Teacher and a Yoga Therapist. Additionally, she has done certifications in Prenatal and Postpartum Yoga, YogaFit Seniors and YogaFit Kids. Since her certification she has done courses in Restoraflow Yoga, Itsy Bitsy Yoga for Tykes, Veteran's Yoga, Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Trigger Point Coaching and Thai Yoga Massage. She is always furthering her education and has benefited from taking classes with Sandra Summerfield Kozak, Judith Lasater, Aadil Palkhivala, Saul David Raye, B.K. Bose and others.
    Besides teaching group classes and private sessions she enjoys practicing the healing arts of Thai Yoga Massage and Trigger Point Therapy.
    Marleen believes yoga can be beneficial to each and every body and that it can be positively addicting!

  • Laura Nash

    Yoga styles: Hatha Fusion, Restorative, Adaptive, Prenatal

    E-RYT 200, RYT 500, C-IAYT

    I have learned that facilitating the care and wellness of others is an essential part of our own well-being. For we are all connected and therefore, the better everyone is doing, well…the better everyone is doing! My passions are care giving, art, birth, and yoga. In my teaching and facilitating of yoga, I take a very hands-on healing approach that I think can help bring deeper support and relaxation as well as alignment of poses. My emphasis on teaching includes Prenatal, Restorative, Adaptive and Hatha Yoga Fusion. I am also a Yoga Therapist. 

    I long to be surrounded by like-minded souls that share similar passions and commitments: a plight for positive change in our community and therefore, a positive change in our world.

    In Light and Love~

  • Pam Derks

    Yoga styles: Kundalini

    As a lifelong swimmer, I’ve always paid attention to my breath, but it wasn’t until after I began practicing Kundalini yoga that I really became aware of its importance. The yogis say if you can control your breath you can control your emotions.

    If the best thing you take away from class is an increased awareness of your breath, it will put a smile on my face.

    When not doing Kundalini yoga, I enjoy being out in nature with my dog and while at home wondering what my cat is thinking.