I am a 200 hour Registered Yoga Alliance Teacher who has been practicing yoga since 2009. I have been sharing yoga since 2012. I began teaching yoga after I found healing for my back through the practice. I can say yoga literally saved my life from the inside out. I have taught at the YMCA, Golds Gym, College of Southern Idaho, Studio G, Harrison Elementary, Clif Bar, and Xrossway Fitness. I received my 200 hour teacher training yoga certification through Shanti Yoga School in McCall and a Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga certification through Sadie Nardini. Another teacher I have studied in person with and follow is Jason Crandell. I teach a variety of classes including vinyasa, core-strength, power, kids, family, couples, chair, corporate, gentle, beginners, restorative, and yin. I have experienced first-hand the benefits of yoga and can truly say it saved my life. I love to see my client’s lives transformed due to the physical, mental and spiritual practice of yoga.
My name is Bryan McCombs and I am a certified personal trainer and a Spartan SGX certified coach. I have a strong educated and personal background with training, anatomy, nutrition, weight loss, and Spartan Racing. In 2018, I placed 13th in the Spartan United State Championship series and placed 50th overall in the world. I take pride in everything I do in life and my entire life is dedicated towards helping others achieve their goals whether it is their own personal goals, or purely educating them with the upmost respected and understanding of their mindset. I am certified with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). I have taken the extra steps to further my education with the human body by taking extra courses in anatomy. The human body is the most incredible machine in the world and I have found my purpose in life in helping others realize that. I want to help people turn their bodies into their own personal power.
I’m Emme and I’m 28 years old! I have been practicing yoga for 5 years and teaching for almost 3 years. I did my YTT January 2016 with Meghan Currie in an immersive 30 day journey in Nicaragua, one of the best experiences of my life! I am currently half way done with nursing school and will graduate May 2019 with hopes of becoming a correctional nurse!! I just got a new puppy and her name is Wendy and I’ve never been more in love! Over the summer when I wasn’t doing school work I was up in the mountains camping! Pretty much anything outside makes me smile. One item on my bucket list for next year would be to explore Yellowstone and get caught in a buffalo traffic jam! My style of teaching comes sincerely from the heart with the utmost of gratitude. My intention for each class is for each person, including myself, to leave class with a little bit more love spewing from their fingertips that it magically radiates to anyone that crosses your path. I’m not silly, I know this happy feeling doesn’t happen every time someone finishes a yoga class but if someone finishes class feeling ANY TYPE of emotion then your heart space has cracked open a little bit and that little bit of space is something worth noticing, feeling, and embracing. To me that is yoga; noticing, feeling, and embracing.
I am a Physical Therapist, Sports Certified Specialist and have taught Yoga and Pilates as well as high intensity cardio classes for the College of Southern Idaho for over 15 years. I am a co-owner of Center for Physical Rehabilitation. I earned my Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist in 1990 and am also a BrainyEx Certified Health Coach. I love running, hiking, skiing and music. I am passionate about helping my clients understand musculoskeletal or neurological issues that may be hindering their ability to function.
I’ve been an avid runner since high school, dabbled in triathlons in college, but when I ran my first Spartan race in 2014 I knew OCR was the sport for me. I’ve always been passionate about fitness and the outdoors and love to share my passion with others. I’ve coached kids since 2011, starting with cross country then moving into coaching CrossFit Kids. I love there enthusiasm and sense of exploration! You’ll usually find me running canyon trails with my running companion, Hank, the lab puppy.
Hello I am a certified kids yoga teacher. It fills me with joy to be able to teach kids of all ages, from walkers through teens, as well as families. My yoga journey began 15 years ago in 2004, when I signed up for a yoga class through CSI. After every class I felt amazing! I didn’t know at the time why it was so transformative, but as I work on my 200hr certification through Shanti Yoga School, my knowledge and understanding is deepening. As I continue learning about and experiencing the benefits of yoga, I am passionate about sharing the joys of yoga with kids, teens, and families. I took the 95hr Children’s Specialization through Shanti Yoga School in 2018/2019 as well as a 50hr certification through Rainbow Kids Yoga. I hope to give kids the tools to move through life with more peace and ease – to make the difficulties less difficult. I want to empower them to create space before reacting, to know how to handle their big emotions, to choose kindness, and to find their calm in the storm. I also want them to feel confident in their minds and bodies, and experience the physical and mental benefits of yoga. Building community is important to me. Coming and doing yoga together is a powerful thing. Bringing families together to a yoga class creates community and belonging, as well as strengthens family bonds. I also teach yoga to athletic teams to help them build strength and flexibility, and protect their growing bodies. Mentally, we work on focus, positive self talk, calming anxiety, and handling stress, to name a few. I truly believe teaching kids to yoga will make the world a better place. On a personal note, I have four kids of my own, and they teach me tons! I love to be out in nature observing, daydreaming, and playing. I enjoy growing our own veg, reading, writing, cooking, baking, and listening to music. I get excited whenever I have a new challenge to figure out and complete; and find that almost everything in life can be fascinating if I look.
Dre brings a fun, dynamic, challenging, and changing vinyasa flow to her yoga classes, as well as opportunities for increased stamina, balance, strength, flexibility, and personal growth. She creates classes with beginning to intermediate yogis in mind.
Dre is passionate about yoga. The artistry and awareness found in the practice of yoga led her to become an instructor. She has been a RYT 200 certified instructor since 2018. She also loves running, swimming, rock climbing, and any other form of fitness that is fun and challenging. Dre is a happy mom to three kids and honestly loves to cook, clean, and constantly improve.