• Meet your teachers

    Every teacher brings a unique set of skills and experience to our studio. Expand your practice by meeting each one, sharing their classes and learning a little more on your yoga journey.

    Jill Delaney


    Dynamic Hatha Monday evening 5:30-6:30

    Jill completed her 200 hour YTT in 2013, and is currently working on her 500 hour certification with TAYS in Halifax.

    Jill stepped on to her mat search of a quiet and less complicated space, she was amazed at the balance that yoga brought to her life both physically and emotionally.

    Yoga connects the body and mind in a beautiful way. Step on to your mat with and open mind and an open heart, and find that wonderful balance of connection and letting go...

    Sarah Dunham

    Sarah is the Canadian Ambassador for FitYoga, and owner of FitYoga Windsor. She began her yoga journey 9 years ago. Struggling at the time with being a new mom, not knowing who she was, and tired of putting on a fake smile – she turned to yoga and something shifted – the light came on. Her faith in yoga grew as she experienced firsthand the transformations that were happening in all aspects of her life – mentally, physically, spiritually and emotionally.


    Devon Koeller

    Teaching Slow Flow Saturday Mornings 10:00am - 11:00am

    Devon first discovered yoga as a compliment to the physically demanding nature of work in the agricultural sector... yoga proved both restorative & fortifying for the body, mind & spirit! Devon completed her 200 hour teacher training at the Yandara Yoga Institute. Her training focused on Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Slow Flow, Yin & Restorative practices. With over 10 years of personal practice, Devon is looking forward to sharing her love of Yoga with students. Off the mat, you’ll find Devon working as a vineyard manager & fibre artist here in the Annapolis Valley.


    Sarah Lake

    Sarah grew up as a dancer and later found yoga as a perfect way to link her love of movement with breath to utilize her yoga practice as a way to find healing and growth. She completed her 200 hour YTT at TAYS in 2014 and has had the opportunity to learn from many talented instructors in the Halifax area.


    Sarah has a creative and playful approach to her classes and will always encourage students to mindfully explore both their physical and mental boundaries to create more space and openness. She will almost always include music and enjoys teaching fun and energetic flows, as well as slower paced classes that allow students to tune into their body and breath to find peace and stillness.



    Angie Oriana Jenkins


    Known as 'Wolfville's Belly Dancing Herbalist', Angie Oriana Jenkins has been teaching & performing for over 20 years in Nova Scotia, British Columbia, & Mexico. Her classes include yoga, meditation, breathing, personal empowerment rituals, belly dance technique & drills, choreography, veil work, zill playing (finger cymbals), & more. She has studied Classical Egyptian Dance, Turkish style, Tribal Fusion, Folk Dance, & Flamenco & loves to play the doumbek (drum). Her teaching style is all inclusive, body positive, & joy infusing. She has opened for/performed with Modest Mouse, Delhi2Dublin, Ganga Giri, Jaffa Road, The Boxcar Boys, & many more.


    Kayla Cotton

    Kayla began her yoga journey in 2007 when she stepped into her first class. She wasn't exactly sure what she felt afterwards, but she loved it and kept going back for more. After years of incorporating the practice into her daily life at university and the office, she decided she was ready to take it further. She completed her Teacher Training in Thailand and went on to teach daily classes all over South East Asia and Europe. Now back in Canada, she hopes to share the benefits of yoga with as many people as possible.

    Amy Reynolds

    Amy began to incorporate yoga into her very corporate life in 2012 seeking relief from sitting in a chair and behind a desk 8+ hours a day and immediately noticed the benefits of daily practice and was able to grow stronger, more flexible and fearless, both on and off the mat.
    Amy completed her 200 hour Hatha and 50 hour Vinyasa YTT with Shanti Yoga Studio in Nelson BC in 2017 and 2018 and also holds her Reiki Level II certification.
    She's recently relocated to the Valley from The Bruce Peninsula, Ontario after spending the last 6 months travelling across Canada looking for a new place to call home. In her spare time you can catch her singing and playing guitar as well as creating art in many different mediums.

    Fiona Thorson

    Fiona Thorson certified in kundalini yoga instruction at Yoga West in Vancouver, BC. She has taught adults and children of all ages. She specializes in coaching those with reduced mobility and strength as a result conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.

    Navjeet Mackie


    Navjeet is trained in Kundalini yoga and has been teaching for over fifteen years. She has taught in many different places around the world including: India, Thailand, Toronto, New York (at The Omega Institute), Halifax and here in Wolfville. She is the mother of two beautiful children who are her greatest inspiration to be her best self. Her healing journey began with Kundalini yoga and continues today in many forms.

    Navjeet has been practising deep emotional processing in combinations with spirituality for the past three and a half years. While she first experienced this emotional processing early on in yoga class, she went deeply into it and began to understand it after watching some of The Divine Truth Teachings and reading the book Emotional Fitness by Janice Berger. These sources helped her to more fully understand how releasing deep emotions is a true healer of the body, spirit, and soul.

    Navjeet is passionate about growing spiritually and is always seeking God, Truth, and Love. She has experienced a lot of personal healing from pain, depression and anxiety over the past fifteen years. By combining yoga, prayer and deep emotional processing she hopes to help others find the tools they need to truly heal at a soul level.



    Mia Lockhart

    Mia completed her 200 hour YTT in 2015, and has travelled across America and lived in Vancouver and Costa Rica since then, teaching and using yoga as a key to stay grounded and flexible in a busy life.


    Mia teaches mostly Hatha and Vinyasa style classes, filled with movements, balances and poses meant to expand and relax. She combines her teaching and practice with her experience as a massage therapist for over 15 years.


    For Mia, yoga is not just poses on a mat, it's the way we live and breathe each day. A continuous awareness of the present moment with a curiosity and expansion into what's possible.


    During the summer month's, Mia also offer's Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) Yoga in the Wolfville Area.


    Ian Brunton


    Ian has lived in and near Wolfville all his life. He received two degrees in English literature from Acadia University, and since then has worked as a certified personal trainer. He started practicing yoga for its benefits in

    flexibility and strength, but when he began studying to teach yoga and discovered its philosophical roots, it opened up a whole new world. Yoga became a holistic practice that now influences not only how he teaches yoga classes, but also his daily life and how he works with clients in the gym. Ian believes

    that, like physical fitness, yoga should be accessible to everyone, no matter what their age, physical ability, or body shape.



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