Ann has been teaching yoga for 20 years. She is devoted to self-inquiry and sees yoga as an ideal method of discovery. Ann trained to be a yoga teacher at Rasa Yoga in New York City, and she has a BFA in Dance and Choreography. Inspired by her movement studies and her experiences as a home educator, Ann practices the art of relaxation as a means to receive wisdom and divine grace. She is an active advocate for the alopecian community and is a huge proponent of self-love. Ann teaches flow classes that draw on Rasa and Freedom Style yoga traditions, and she incorporates sound to cultivate inner presence and a deeper focus on breath. Ann lives in Appleton with her three sons and labradoodle, Peabody.
Kelsea’s yoga journey began in 2012 after a long career as a soccer player. Yoga helped her heal multiple injuries, as well as providing tremendous emotional, physical, and spiritual benefits. Kelsea trained to be a certified yoga teacher with The School of Sacred Arts in Bali in 2015, focusing on the styles of Hatha and Yin Yoga. She has since taught at various health festivals and retreats around the world. Kelsea’s classes offer an invitation to slow down and explore the body through both movement and stillness. She is happy to land and settle in midcoast Maine where she also feels alive in her role as a Forest Therapy Guide, health coach, and documentary filmmaker.