Yoga Instructors


Jonie Peck

Jonie’s yoga journey began with her first hot yoga class in 2005 after a stress injury left her unable yo move her body aerobically.  Her journey continued knowing that she had to spread the feeling of freedom, breath to movement, mental clarity and confidence to other people.  She completed her CYT in 2006, in Portland, and has spent the last 16 years studying, training, and discovering.  Jonie is dedicated to helping other students accept where they are in the present moment.  She aims to create a light hearted and judgment free space for yogis.

Katie Quan

A longtime lover of anything movement related, Katie has been practicing yoga asana on and off for a decade.  It wasn’t until Covid that she began to to deepen her practice and move beyond the asana, which led to her attending a 200HR teacher training at Namaspa, in Bend.  I love what yoga has brought to my life an hope to share with my students the love, joy, and contentment that I have found with a consistent yoga practice.   Always a student, Katie is constantly continuing her education to deepen her own understanding of yoga.

Katie enjoys hiking, snowboarding, cooking, hanging out with her family and reading fantasy novels.

Lisa Keuttle

Lisa attended her first yoga class in 2011 as a long distance trail runner looking to regain some flexibility.  Later that year, as she experienced a series of heart shattering losses and changes, she quickly discovered that yoga was not just about the physical body.  Her mat became her healing sanctuary—body, mind, and spirit, and the ancient wisdom imparted by her teachers carried her through the toughest years of her life.  

In addition to 500 hours of teacher training in Vinyasa yoga, she hold certifications in Yoga For Healthy Aging, Mindful Yoga for Trauma & Stress, and Yoga for 12 step Recovery.  Lisa is the owner of Mountain Glow Lifestyle Medicine in Sisters.  She enjoys hiking, backpacking, cycling, growing veggies, skiing, making music, and spending time with her five sons and their families.

Phoenix Reis

Phoenix began her personal yoga practice as a way to. Help manage stress and to stay flexible as a distance runner.  Then one day she realized that her practice had become so much more in her life.  So, she closed her counseling practice to spend time exploring other ways of helping people to wellness.  In 2012 she experienced a tragic loss, and it was during those first hours of despair that she was certain that her practice of yoga would be the key to managing her process of grief.  Phoenix is a certified youth yoga instructor through Yoga Calm, a RYT-500 through Soul Of Yoga, and a certified personal and parent coach.

Phoenix’s classes are eclectic and infused with LOVE!  The most important ingredient of all.  Phoenix is available for individual sessions, private events, and leads workshops and retreats on/off site.

Tara Seymour

Tara has been practicing Yoga since 1994.  Her primary practice was Ashtanga yoga for the first 20 years.  Tara finished her 200 YTT in 2011, she then went to India in 2015 to complete her 300 YTT.  She currently teaches in Bend, and in Sisters.  Her classes are creative and Tara weaves a deep level of spiritual healing throughout class.  You can expect meditation, pranayama, and a warm room full tidbits of wisdom and knowledge.

Dr. Sarah Conroy

Sarah is a chiropractic physician, celebrating 20 years in clinical practice.  In 2002, she earned her DC from Western States Chiropractic College in Portland.  In 2014, she entered the 200 hour + 85 hour pre/post natal YTT, at the Bhaktishop, in Portland.  Little did she know that this decision to go to yoga school would catapult her life to Central Oregon, and into motherhood for the second time.  She has been living on the edge of wilderness, in Camp Sherman since 2014, with her busing, 2 daughters, dog, and barn cat.  She previously taught at yoga at the Historic Camp Sherman Community Hall.  Dr. Sarah Conroy teaches restorative yoga and ties in her knowledge of the body ad spine to her classes.

Nadine Sims

Nadine Sims is a C.I.Y.T* teaching in Central Oregon since 1998.  Students love the Iyengar method for its clarity, depth and adaptability to the individual needs.  Nadine knows it is an excellent method for adults through the use of props and attention to correct alignment.  She loves helping students improve, not only in strength and flexibility, but in stability, and mindfulness.

Nadine views yoga s both a physical and spiritual journey and her classes are progressive learning experiences.
*Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher

Ivy Castellana

Ivy began her personal study of Pilates in 2000.  After experiencing the profound changes that Pilates can create, she decided to become a teacher and completed the Ron Fletcher Program of Study in 2004.  She taught for 7 years at a well-established studio in Denver and pursued many continuing education workshops.  After a hiatus to raise her two boys, Ivy is re-entering the Pilates world, and is excited to share this work again with others.  Ivy enjoys working with all levels of individuals and loves watching the positive changes she can help bring her to her students lives, both in and out of the studio.  Pilates mat work is a dynamic workout that emphasis pelvic floor and shoulder girdle strength, core engagement, spinal flexibility within a complete range of motion, and breath control.