Yoga Retreat Information
Her classes are accessible, energetic, and mindful.
Joan is a practitioner of balance and wellness. She began her formal yoga practice in the early 2000s and earned teaching certifications in Yoga for Athletes, YogaBack, Yoga Therapy 1, Levels I & II, Anatomy & Alignment, Pre & Postnatal Yoga from YogaFit over the past 14 years. She is a certified Health Coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and has studied applied kinesiology, mindfulness, sports psychology, intuition, and the body-mind connection. Joan holds a Bachelor’s degree in elementary education. Joan keeps busy raising her active, healthy family and works full time as a middle school gym and nutrition teacher. If she’s not in the studio, you will find Joan on one of our local beaches or trails.
Her classes are uplifting, integrative, and sweaty.
Natasha is a native of the area and has been a massage therapist for 13 years, having studied at the Arizona School of Massage Therapy. She holds additional certifications in Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, and is also a Reiki Master. Natasha earned her certification in Buti Yoga in May 2017 and has been passionate about sharing the practice ever since. She is currently in training for her 200-hour yoga teacher certification. Natasha is passionate about health, wellness, movement, and creativity. You can find her chasing her two kiddos, experimenting with paleo meals, and playing outside.
Her classes are thorough, thoughtful, and well-informed.
Alexandra shares an extensive hatha yoga background, focused on body awareness, breath connection, and proper alignment, and has taken on ashtanga vinyasa practice in recent years. She first began practicing hatha yoga with Indian gurus during her travels in South America and Asia and has been practicing for over 20 years. Alexandra is a certified yoga master and a 500-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance. Alexandra holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Master’s degree in Nutrition from the University of Maryland, College Park. Alexandra is passionate about yoga and is also a nutritionist with focus on healthy living and longevity.
Her classes are slower, mindful, and deep.
Robin is a born and raised Yooper. Her formal practice extends back over a decade and she earned her 200-hour yoga teacher certification from the Yoga Maya Center in 2019. She graduated on the Dean’s list from Michigan Technological University with a Bachelor’s of Science in psychology.
Robin loves dance and all things movement. When she’s not stretching or dancing, she’s playing with her kids, fur babies, and husband.
I was born and raised in the Midwest; but my lust for wander guided me through 50 states and decorated my passport with numerous stamps. I graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation and Tourism. Always drawn to places of beauty and outdoor adventures, I found work with the National Park Service, National Forest Service and Department of Natural Resources. As miles passed under my feet I welcomed yoga into my life to ground my soul and nurture my body.
Now, at this phase in my life, I find myself drawn to the shores of Lake Superior and the healing powers of this land. I love to share my connection with nature and the opportunity for personal growth through yoga and a healthy lifestyle.
Amy is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of a yoga teacher-training program with a Registered Yoga School (RYS). She attended the 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification Course by Marianne Wells Yoga School in 2015. She specializes in Hatha – Iyengar Yoga with an emphasis on postural alignment and sport specific poses.