Archives: Trainers

Carson Hart

she/her/hers Carson began her yoga practice as a freshman at the University of Georgia. After training in company level ballet her entire life, she found yoga to be a new exploration of movement to develop a deeper, more genuine relationship with the body and mind. At the University of Georgia, Carson is studying marketing and […]

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Sarah Beam

She/Her/Hers Sarah first experienced the life-affirming practice of yoga in 1999, and invited it to completely change her life in 2007 when consistent practice began to clear out the sluggish remnants of postpartum blues. She completed her first 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2012, and was so excited to share the practice that she began […]

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Matt Chambers

He/Him/His Matt is the co-owner of M3Yoga in Athens, GA and an avid advocate for making movement more accessible and approachable. After originally finding yoga through his partner Nick, Matt’s love for the practice came from Sound Baths and meditations at first, but grew over time to include classes for all levels and bodies. Matt’s […]

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Nick Combs

He/Him/His Nick hails from the DC metro area where he has lived most of his life, though Nick’s family is largely from Athens, GA and is also where he lived for 5 years during elementary school.  He is a Registered Nurse and began his career at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD working in the Cardiovascular […]

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Jade Fernandez

She/Her/Hers There are three things Jade always recommends: improv classes, a Roomba, and yoga. In 2016, Jade studied under Malia Hilliard for her 200 hour YTT in Athletic Power Yoga. Yoga feels like coming home to her body, and she is intensely grateful she’s able to share it through teaching. She is also a film […]

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Rachel Greb

She/Her/Hers Rachel completed her undergraduate studies at Tulane University. She was then awarded a Master of Arts from Piedmont College, where she specialized in educating children with emotional and behavioral disorders and autism. During her studies, Rachel discovered the excellent therapeutic benefits of yoga and became certified in children’s yoga and yoga for adults. Rachel […]

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Kate Guthrie

She/Her/Hers Kate originally came to yoga in college in efforts to help reconnect to her body after battling disordered eating. With pranayama and asana, yoga provided a space for her to discover wholeness and appreciation for her body. Kate’s classes are a direct reflection of her Pranakriya training. You’ll find each of her classes to […]

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Allison Howard

She/Her/Hers Allison began a steady yoga practice in 2017, when pressures from work and new motherhood were beginning to feel overwhelming. The practice of yoga allowed her to come home to her body and find a physical strength she had not known was possible. Yoga was also an opportunity to explore connection to her community […]

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Victoria King

She/Her/Hers Victoria King stepped into her first yoga class in 2009. What drew her to yoga was the internal healing powers, and the possibility for yoga to be a way to cope with stress, anxiety, and depression. At the time, she was unaware of all the potential that yoga could truly hold. Over the years […]

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Katie Kuiper

She/Her/Hers After swimming competitively for most of her life, Katie started practicing yoga as an undergrad in college. Her various injuries were almost immediately alleviated by the practice of yoga. After practicing for over four years, Katie received her 200 hour yoga teacher training from Southern Star Yoga Center to share this with others. She […]

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