Lauren Prince, RYT 200

A yoga practitioner for ten years, Lauren completed her 200 Hour Teacher Training at Asheville Yoga Center in November 2017. Lauren has been teaching just over one year and recently stepped in as a key leader in the studio at east beach yoga. And, we are excited to have her on board. Lauren is a believer in the transformative power of Yoga and leads a strong yet playful Vinyasa practice.

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Tannis Allen, RYT 200

Let the beauty of what you love be what you do. Rumi

Vinyasa with Tannis is creative, challenging & explorative. Her love of music and sensitivity to the subtle body is noticed and felt deeply within her practice. Tannis feels yoga is not about skill, but it is about awareness. She encourages her students to remain focused, but, with a sense of curiosity. Her dynamic practice leaves you feeling refreshed and renewed. Tannis has continued her education through Yoga Therapy training with Amy Ippoliti, and is influenced by practice with Kathyrn Budig. Tannis encourages students to surrender to the journey, accepting of what is and believes practice grows with patience, over time, becoming the glue that keeps us together.

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I want to think again of dangerous and noble things.
I want to be light and frolicsome. I want to be improbable beautiful and afraid of nothing, as though I had wings.
― Mary Oliver
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Megan Manders, RYT 200

has been practicing yoga off and on for about 10+ years and has a daily yoga and meditation practice.

Megan encourages students to step out of their comfort zones while exploring all poses in a variety of ways to find what fits their body best. She enjoys teaching non-traditional flow classes that incorporate active flexibility and mobility work as well as breathing exercises and meditations. She enjoys challenging herself by practicing various styles of yoga such as ashtanga, dynamic flexibility, vinyasa, hot yoga, yin, and many more. Some of Megan’s teaching influences include Megan Currie and Melini Jesudason. She believes that to become a better teacher, one must always remain a student.


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Anna Powell

Anna began her yoga journey in 2002 and continued over the next decade to sustain a personal practice through exploration and self study. This led her to Bali, Indonesia where she completed a 300+ hour Vinyasa teacher training with Radiantly Alive in 2013. Combined with an innate, deep-rooted desire to nurture and her extensive massage therapy training her classes offer a wholesome mix of asana styles, meditation, pranayama, yoga philosophy and mythology. She is known for her attention to body awareness as well as bringing laughter and authenticity as she shares her knowledge of yoga. Anna continues to find refuge and personal growth through her own practice and wishes to share her findings with others.

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Traci Jo Lee, E-RYT, YACEP

Yoga teacher, creator and owner of east beach yoga SSI, Kali Yoga Lake Oconee, retreat company sault108.com, and director of non-profit, humanyogaproject.org, based in Athens, GA. Traci is obsessed with movement. With over fourteen years of teaching experience, she offers public classes, workshops, leads yoga retreats, enjoys hosting global yoga influencers and mentoring new yoga teachers.

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