Our Instructors

Lauren Neuman Program Director

Lauren Neuman E-RYT studied Hatha Yoga and The Ashtanga Yoga Method at Red Lotus Yoga with Brian Granader E-RYT.  She earned her degree in Therapeutic Recreation from Eastern Michigan University and uses this knowledge in her approach to teaching yoga. Lauren specializes in Therapeutic Yoga, providing yoga as a tool for people working through specific physical, cognitive, or emotional challenges

Caleb Smith

Caleb Smith has a diverse athletic background and discovered Yoga as a useful tool to support people who want to pursue a mind, body, and spirit transformation. Caleb studied under Marlo Ziegler E-RYT, of Chela Yoga.

Ashley Marks

Ashely received her 200 Hour RYT from Kripalu in 2016 and was trained under Coby Kozlowski and Michelle Dalbec. She has also earned a certification from Rainbow Kids Yoga. She is passionate about teaching in the Hatha tradition and hopes to inspire others to become their best selves through the healing and transformative power of Yoga.

Scott Bradley

Scott is a retired Marine Veteran who found Yoga as a tool to help with physical and emotional injuries. Scott earned his RYT from Lauren Neuman E-RYT in 2018, and strives to help others in similar situations find benefits from the practice of Yoga. He also teaches the gentile art of Jiu Jitsu and continuously strives for non-violence.

Kelsey Horek

Sammie Lyons

Sammie has trained in ashtanga, vinyasa, slow burn, and yin. In addition, she is trained to teach yoga for trauma survivors, children, pregnant women, and the elderly. She also has experience in alignment-based practices, pranayama (breathing techniques), and yogic philosophy.

“Students can expect my classes to make them sweat, wobble, and breathe. I use both Sanskrit and English in class, and my flows tend to be edgy yet simple. I demo as needed and always always always welcome questions. My class is a place of no judgments or expectations, and my goal is for students to leave the four corners of their mat feeling warmer, lighter, and revitalized.”

Nicole Butcher