Sam has been practicing different forms of yoga, including Bikram, Vinyasa, Iyengar, and Anusara, since 2000 and teaching since 2009.

She received her training and 200-hour Iyengar-style yoga certification through The Center for Yoga of Seattle. She helps her students develop an individualized yoga practice, breathing techniques and meditation to achieve fitness goals and emphasize foundation and alignment to reduce and eliminate injury.

She believes that individualized or small group sessions can be a great alternative to mainstream personal training and can provide numerous benefits for the body, mind and spirit.





Nina walked into her first yoga class intending to work through an injured knee and leg … as that rehabilitative process took shape, she began to notice that not only her leg was healing, but also her attitudes, her esteem, her selfhood. Having soon fallen completely in love with both the mental and physical practices of yoga, Nina set out to change the direction of her life and become a teacher of yoga and the subtle body. 

Having now taught more than 1,200 classes, Nina is an E-RYT-200 instructor working toward her next certification level.


At an early age Josephine discovered the physical practice of Hatha yoga, and made the study and practice of asana a part of her life. As she travelled through Europe, the Middle East, Africa and India she was blessed to have many teachers who inspired her to deepen her study. Josephine’s philosophy on yoga, is that she is the fortunate one, who is given the opportunity to share, and inspire others to practice.

Her style of teaching is fundamentally alignment based. She aims to create a safe environment so that the asanas are fun, flowing, and at times challenging.





Carlye has been a member of Mt Si Sports + Fitness for eleven years and an instructor here for six. She is certified at the 500 hour level and holds a certification in yoga for low back pain and chair yoga for seniors.

Her mission is to share with others the many benefits that yoga has to offer both the mind and body.