Meet our instructors
Classes will be taken through a sequence of yoga poses slowly and mindfully to build a connection of breath and movement while releasing tension. In this class, you will learn to honor and work with your individuality, experiencing for yourself the union of your breath, mind and body. This class is suitable for beginners with little or no yoga experience however the most experienced yoga practitioner will also be challenged as sometimes less is more. This class is also a wonderful cross train for those with a focus on strength training while maintaining a flexible range of motion. You are encouraged to bring your own mat and props, there will be some available to borrow, however that supply is limited.
Angene N. Davis
Angene Davis completed her YTT200 through Satya Embodied in December of 2018 . Angene is registered teacher with the Yoga Alliance that is a U.S.-based nonprofit membership trade and professional organization for yoga teachers. The organization is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia.
Angene enjoys sharing the experience of yoga and helping others develop their connection of breath and movement. Development of this connection builds a solid foundation for safe and mindful physical practices and mental/stress relief practices. She provides an environment that invites each individual to gain awareness and explore their own unique beings.
Patti's first experience with yoga was in the salt room 8 years ago. She fell in love with the practice of yoga and the combo of salt therapy. Yoga has helped her on her recovery from an eating disorder and gain new appreciate for her body.
She is a firm believer that yoga should be available for all bodies. She graduated with her 200 hr vinyasa teaching certificate from Mat Happy Yoga in 2019.
Off the mat you can find her spending time with her 3 children and menagerie of animals. She also enjoys hiking, reading, and traveling.