“It is said in Martial Arts that when we reach the highest skill levels, it ceases to be a physical practice and transforms into a spiritual practice. For Yoga, the more Asanas I commit to muscle memory, the more present I become and the more I experience the true spiritual side of the Art.” – David Lau


Hillary Mastrodicasa

Hillary has been a student of movement for as long as she can remember. Classically trained as a ballerina, she soon moved to more modern types of dance where she felt she could be more creative with her movement. Upon discovering yoga in 2013 while living in Peru, she again took a classical approach to her learning and completed a 200-hour Hatha Teacher Training in India. ​Moving back to Vancouver she fell in love with the creativity and dance-like qualities of Vinyasa where her heart now lies. Her approach to yoga draws the relationship between tradition and creativity, incorporating alignment and breath into a strength based practice. Her inspiration comes from her students, her daily practice, and the mountainous back country world around her.


Marcela Barrenechea

Marcela loves to move and express herself creatively. Drawing from her background in live performance, she is extremely mindful of reading the energy in the room and leading her classes accordingly. She teaches with a positive vibe and with a strong knowledge of human anatomy which empowers you to work through the poses in the way best suited to your body. She completed her 200 hour teacher training in April 2012 and since then she has been sharing her passion for the mind-body-spirit connection. Bring your self as you are and join her on your mat!


Tina Hsu

Growing up, Tina was trained in various genres of dance. Craving to move her body again after being a stay-home mom for 8 years, she walked into a yoga studio and instantly fell in love with the fluidity of synchronizing breath with movement in Vinyasa Flow. "Yoga offers something deeper than just physical practice; flowing through poses is a silent conversation with myself." In Spring 2017, Tina completed 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training, which brought many new perspectives to her life and practice. "We are all students in Yoga, I believe we all have something to inspire and share with each other in this loving community."


Jill Nadon

Jill believes that movement, in any form, is the key to a happy, healthy, fulfilling life. Since 2009 Jill has been teaching a variety of fitness classes from bootcamp to Zumba and everything else in between. While formally educated as an engineer, fitness is her #1 passion. She loves the community that is created within the walls of a studio. You can get a workout anywhere, but there’s something magical that happens when you throw a bunch of strangers in a room and get them moving!


Laura Roman

Seven years ago, I discovered yoga and I have been in love with the practice ever since then. I believe Yoga can teach patience, kindness and how to enjoy the journey without judgement. My classes are alignment based, cultivating strength, flexibility and harmony of mind. My classes are challenging, yet accessible to all levels. Come to stretch, relax and have some fun.


Bryony Ollier

Bryony Ollier is an advocate of breathing deeper and fuller, bringing music and yogic arts into everyday living. She left London, UK after graduating with BA degree in Theatre Arts, traveling to Japan to explore contemporary dance, Bryony and her husband spent twelve blessed years there, teaching, performing, making music and becoming parents of two. Bryony began working with Yoga Ed in 2012 bringing yoga into kindergartens, orphanages, schools, and yoga studios, and training future kids yoga educators.
Now Bryony is sharing Yoga at Simon Fraser University, Elementary schools, Senior and Chair Yoga at Recreation Centers, and Senior Living centers. She also teaches Professional Development workshops for teachers, to bring yoga into education as a tool to feel well, be well, for our future generations.


Kimberley Turner

Kimberley teaches with a 'we lost the box' approach to moving your body and healing through Yoga. In her class you can expect to feel supported and develop a deeper understanding of yourself and your body. Kimberley specializes in improving spinal, fascia and joint health through diverse movements to help you build a solid foundation, and teach you how to recognize where your physical capabilities are at in the moment. In this way, you will see lasting growth in yourself at a pace that works for you.


Lorena Quintero

Lorena has been practicing & living yoga for 10 years & has been offering classes and workshops for 6. Yoga for her has been a journey of growth, connection, transformation, presence and beautiful awakening. With every class she seeks to inspire people to create their own unique journey into a conscious life by connecting to themselves, detaching from conditioned truths & listening to inner wisdom. Her classes are dynamic, organic sequences designed to move with the body, flow with the breath, and feel with the soul. She combines asana, meditation, and breath.


Aya Khay-Ito

I discovered yoga over 10 years ago and it is now a part of my daily life. Yoga has been helping me to relax my body and keep my mind at peace. After having my daughter, I started having strong passions to support and connect with others by leading yoga classes. I have found that having a constant practice has helped me grow stronger and more flexible physically and mentally. I believe that Yoga connects us with nature and to the roots that we all originate from.


Emily Dechant

Originally from a small town in North Alberta Emily does her best to approach life with a beginners mind. She believes that yoga is an accessible way for us to connect to and express our authentic selves. Emily received her 500 hr Moksha Hot Yoga Level 1 Training in 2015 and offers empowering hatha yoga classes that combine her knowledge of anatomy with a mindfulness based approach to movement and breath. She looks forward to getting to know you on and off the yoga mat.