Amy is a fun, creative and dynamic vinyasa yoga teacher who is committed to people experiencing a sense of freedom and flow while also creating stability and sustainability in their practice. Amy has been teaching yoga for 9 years and has 28 years of group exercise teaching experience. She is director of Petaluma's Renew Yoga 200hr Teacher Training program, founder of Stable Yoga and a dedicated mother of 3.
In addition to classes, Amy runs yoga teacher trainings and retreats that are rooted in growth, empowerment and possibility. Amy believes yoga should be simple, fun and nourishing just like the bounty and community we are blessed with in Sonoma County. Amy's teachers include Deborah Williamson, Stacey Dockins, Phillip Urso, Baron Baptiste, Tiffany Cruikshank and Pamela Maldonado.
Amy Wolff is currently registered with Yoga Alliance as a 500 E-RYT, and currently enrolled in 1000hr program in Yoga Medicine.
RYT means that a teacher has completed their yoga teacher training at an active RYS (registered yoga school) while the (E) stands for "experienced" with over 2000 hours of yoga teaching hours.
Yoga became an integral part of Divina's life during her pregnancies and continued after the birth of her children. A daily yoga practice cultivated a deep sense of overall health and well-being unlike anything she'd ever experienced before.
Divina is a graduate of Yoga Community's Advanced Studies and Teacher Training Program and holds a 200-Hour RYT certification with the internationally recognized Yoga Alliance. She garners a special interest in yoga for athletes and yoga for sports injury and prevention and plans to continue her education in this arena this coming Fall.
In addition to practicing yoga, Divina enjoys hiking, time spent by the ocean, and cooking healthy (yet practical) meals for her family
Cat originally studied Business with an Entrepreneurship concentration from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo. She became interested in fitness ironically while working as a pastry chef. Her fitness journey started by consistently training with TRX then progressed to weight training. She obtained her personal training certification through NASM and is TRX certified. She is currently studying a specialization in corrective exercises. Her interest in personal training grew as she realized how positive exercise impacted her life. She wanted to be able to help others reach their goals and enjoy the process. "It is such a rewarding experience to help others progress their fitness goals and surpass what they think they are capable of." While her profession no longer revolves around desserts, she loves to spend her free time cooking and baking.
Maddy is a bay area native, where her passion for fitness developed through athletics. She played basketball at San Francisco State University while obtaining her degree in Kinesiology. Maddy has a background that focuses on corrective exercise, injury prevention, weight loss, and has worked with a wide range of clientele. She is a NASM certified personal trainer as well as a NASM certified fitness nutrition specialist. When not in the gym, you can find Maddy hiking, cheering for the Giants and Warriors, and traveling to new places.
Nicole’s goal in life is to spread love and happiness to as many people as possible. She is dedicated to connecting others to the truth of their being and has found that one of the best ways to do this is by bringing people together to flow through a fun moving meditation of selflove. Nicole believes that yoga is for everyone and empowers her students to find strength and ease in their body and soul. Her light hearted energy brings joy to her students and creates connection throughout the community. She loves to spend time in nature and enjoys gathering people to practice anywhere outside, especially at the beach. Nicole Pryke is currently registered with Yoga Alliance as a 200 RYT and is excited to share with others the amazing benefits of a vinyasa yoga practice.
“The more in harmony you are with the flow of your own existence, the more magical life becomes.” - Adyashanti
Sarah is certified through NASM. Her main focus is on corrective exercise. She has certifications in Scientific Back Training, Program Design, and Scientific Core Conditioning through CHEK Institute, and is working her way towards becoming a certified CHEK Practitioner. She's taken multiple sports medicine classes at Santa Rosa Junior College. She's worked with clients with multiple types of injuries to help improve their alignment, which has also helped with their chronic pain. She has experience working with golfers to help improve their drives, and her clients drives have increased up to 30 yards.
Tyler is a NASM certified personal trainer and a graduate of San Francisco State University with a degree in Kinesiology exercise movement science with an emphasizes in exercise and sport in society. While at SFSU she ran track including the 400 meter hurdles where she broke the school record and placed 2rd in California and 14th in the nation at the 2010 NCAA D2 Nationals. She also played volleyball at SRJC.
She has been a personal trainer in Sonoma, Marin, and San Francisco for the last 11 years, helping people stay and get healthy, changing outlooks and lives. She involves her athletic background and science knowledge into her training and loves what she does.
I've been involved in sports and fitness for as long as I can remember. Growing up in Rhode Island, I played soccer, softball, volleyball, and swimming. After I graduated high school, I moved to Arizona for college where I started indoor cycling, running, and became a hiking guide. I moved to Sonoma and began studying for my master's degree in Marriage and Family Counseling at SF State. I now have two children (9 & 11), who are growing up just as active as I did- both are in sports and as a family, we enjoy hiking, biking, and running together. I look forward to helping you meet your fitness goals, whatever they are!
Four years ago fitness became a passion of mine when I decided to compete for a crown, and since then it has become an outlet, an adventure, and a lifestyle. In 2013, I completed my UC Davis undergraduate degree, and returned to Sonoma in 2017 after graduating from the University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law. Throughout law school I competed in Miss Kansas USA and placed in the Top 5 four consecutive years. During competition preparation and law school, my personal exercise routine ranges from group fitness to olympic lifting, but cycling and water-rowing became two primary sources of exercise enjoyment. There is a huge difference between forcing your workout and enjoying your workout - that is the difference I want to make for people who come to my classes! I became Schwinn Cycling Instructor certified in July 2017, and look forward to making indoor cycling a permanent part of my fitness journey throughout the course of my legal career.