Jessica Rubin

Jessica found yoga early on as a physical benefit to her figure skating career, but soon discovered the endless array of benefits beyond the physical aspect. Jess began teaching yoga at 16 years old and has been loving the journey ever since. She now obtains her 500-RYT as well as many other fitness certifications.  Because of her fitness background, she provides precise cuing and alignment focus to help you feel confident and comfortable as you flow through class.  Her classes have a huge focus on stepping out of your comfort zone and staying present, on and off of your mat.  


Natalie Siegler

Natalie began her yoga journey after years of competitive figure skating, cheerleading, figure shows and triathlon. Once realizing the amazing physical, mental, & spiritual benefits from practicing she obtained her certification to be able to bring these gifts to others.  Natalie is also one of our lead trainers and loves to implement yoga into her clients' fitness routines.



Brittney Poppe

Brittney is 200-Hour Yoga Alliance Certified in restorative Hatha and higher-intensity Vinyasa, Yin and introduction to Thai Massage. Her mission is holistic: building a student’s connection between their mind, body, and breath. This connection may begin on the mat, but Brittney strives to have students carry this energy outside of the classroom.  With Brittney’s classes, students can look forward to enriching their breath, consciousness, alignment, and flexibility as well as improving their physical and mental strength. 


Sophia Nolan

Sophia's introduction to yoga began over a decade ago. The combination of balance, strength, flexibility, mindfulness and patience that she experienced in the practice lead to the path of completing the 200 hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training with Jano Galindo at the Chula Vista Yoga Center.  Sophia's classes offer a challenging but accessible alignment based flow that promotes harmony between the breath, the body and the mind.  


Jerome Gross

Since 1993, Jerome has trained in many techniques and modalities of the healing arts in each of the five basic human levels: mental level, body level, energy level, diet/ nutritional level and metaphysical/ spiritual level. Currently his mind body therapeutic sessions are a skillful and intuitive integration of his learning and experience.

Couron Marselle

Yoga is one of the many modalities Couron uses to enhance his clients' health and wellness.  He is a 200-RYT through Forrest Yoga.  Couron's teaching style is an intensely physical and internally focused practice that emphasizes how to carry a transformative experience off the mat and into daily life.  The practice challenges students to access their whole being and to use yoga as a path to finding and then cleansing the emotional and mental blocks that dictate and limit their lives.   


Lauren Pasas

Lauren is a 500hr Certified Yoga Instructor. While training in India recently she acquired advanced knowledge in Myofascial Release, Pranayama, Yoga Nidra and Yin Yoga. With a thirst for healing and empowering others, Lauren’s studies have also branched into Yoga Therapy - a discipline that offers one-on-one guidance to reach embodied mindfulness.  Her classes are mindfully crafted with the intention of helping her students feel nourished from the inside out.

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Tina Martini

Tina has an extremely extensive background in both the fitness and nutrition industry. She has acted as spokesperson for the American Heart Association, Go Red For Women campaign in both San Diego, and Las Vegas. .   Tina holds a doctorate from Bastyr University in Naturopathy & a Nutrition degree from San Diego State University. With thirty years experience, she has assisted celebrities (WIll and Jada Smith, Celine Dion, The Rolling Stones, just to name a few), professional athletes, and over-scheduled executives to achieve radiant health naturally. 

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Johnny Fay

Johnny Fay is continuously evolving and refining his understanding and application of Yoga to be of greater service to all.  He has traveled the world studying with Masters far and wide to gain a greater understanding and thorough thoughtfulness that allows him to teach with clarity, kindness, and an emphasis on effort.  In 2013 he received his 200hr teacher certificate from Mosaic Yoga and has since completed a 500hr training and continued tutelage under Bradlee Frierott. Yoga’s a great adventure, all travelers welcome! 

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Stephania Ochs

Stephania grew up as a ballerina and a golfer, who grew quickly to love hitting the gym solely for the challenge of strengthening herself for sports performance. Her love for yoga and fitness flourished so much that she became a certified personal trainer in 2013 through AFAA and began teaching group fitness and yoga as a side hobby in college. Upon graduating, she realized that it was much more than a side gig, but rather a passion she needed to pursue a career in. Stephania is most passionate about helping others feel their best and strongest selves. She feels as though everyone should be confident in their own skin. Her moto is "work your body, love your body" and she can't wait to see you in class.


Heather Foat

Certified in 2010, Heather Foat quit her job in Corporate Sales in 2011 to pursue a life teaching yoga full-time.  She instructs a diverse range of styles including gentle yoga, power vinyasa, yin, chair and prenatal yoga as well as has taken the practice not only into yoga studios, but as well to churches, corporate offices and drug rehabs. For the past year and a half, Heather has been leading chair yoga at UCSD Hospital teaching in the Psychiatric Ward and off-site, Crestwood Behavioral Health. She enjoys speaking to the self-reflective, self-study inquiry this practice provides and guides her classes to not only feel the physical benefits, but the personal development aspects as well.