Dawn Ehman is a certified Instructor by the American Council on Exercise, Yogafit and Crossfit Endurance Training. She completed her 200 RYT Vinyasa Flow with Rachel Wilson from Om My Yoga. She also owns a stand up Paddleboard business - OC SUP & Fitness that offers SUP yoga, SUP fitness classes,  lessons, rentals, kids SUP camps as well as hosting races. She has been teaching SUP yoga- FLOWGA for 5 years and also teaches a variety of programs- Bootcamp, Spinning, Yoga, Strength Training, BODYPUMP, BODYSTEP, Athletic Conditioning, Step, Kickboxing, Fitness for Teens and Zumba. She has trained a wide range of participants from the Baltimore Ravens to the youth market and extensive experience with sport specific training. Dawn is an accomplished endurance athlete and has completed several triathlons and marathons, including the Boston, New York City and Baltimore marathon. She has also introduced and tested exercise products to the market that are sold internationally.


Kate has been leading fitness classes throughout Annapolis for the last fourteen years and is the owner of  sunriseSUP– a Stand Up Paddleboarding business providing SUP Yoga, fitness, lessons, rentals, kid’s camps and group events since 2013.  She is a Yoga Instructor, Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) Yoga Instructor, PaddleFit Level 2 Instructor certified by the World Paddle Association for Water Safety, Indo Yoga Board instructor, Precision Cycle certified and a Lululemon SUP Yoga Ambassador.  She has trained children, exercise enthusiasts and athletes in Stand Up Paddleboarding, Yoga, Indo Yoga, Triathlon skills, core strength, cardio conditioning, endurance and flexibility; she has coached group training for beginner triathlon, master swim programs and youth fitness and SUP camps during the summer. Kate competes in SUP racing, Triathlon and running events. Yin Yang Yoga 200 RYT in 2015, Indo Yoga Board Instructor, teaching since 2014, SUP Yoga Certification with Lazy Dog in April 2014, PaddleFit - Level 1 & 2, April 2013, & WPA Level 1. 



Aimee’s journey into yoga began in college when she took her first yoga class in college while earning her degree in Psychology and Social Work. Yoga was re-introduced into her life in the mid 1990’s when she was teaching aerobics and fitness classes at a gym and began taking a new class called Flexible Strength, which was really a yoga class but not called that as the yoga boom had not yet caught on. She loved the relaxed sense of peace and vitality and the deep stretching and flexibility she experienced and discovered that she wanted to learn more about yoga. She took a Swaroopa yoga teacher training in Rehoboth Beach, DE in 2004 and began teaching shortly thereafter. In 2007 she enrolled in the 200 hour teacher training at Golden Heart Yoga in Annapolis, MD and upon completion took the additional 300 hour advanced training the following year.Subsequent trainings include Prenatal Yoga training, Yoga Nidra, and Advanced Pranayama and Asana trainings. She has been teaching to various levels of practitioners in her home studio and in studios and gyms in the Annapolis/Crofton area. Aimee’s classes offer an alignment based asana practice blended with conscious breathwork for a mindful vinyasa flow combined with longer holds, restorative poses and deep guided meditation.


Allie Lehnhardt is a 200hr registered yoga instructor certified through Yoga Alliance specializing in the arts of vinyasa flow and yin yoga. She is a mother of two and a
military spouse of over 24 years. She began her practice in 2006 and quickly realized the physical, mental and emotional benefits that yoga offered. Allie completed her yoga training in 2013 at Balance Health Studio in Seagrove, FL under the instruction of Kelly Precourt and has since taught class in both a group and private setting at studios in Tampa and the U.S. Special Operations Command and her home studio (Allie Cat Yoga in South Tampa). Yoga has allowed her to develop peace, balance, strength and flexibility in all aspects of her life. Her goal in teaching is to guide students to find the
quiet space within their thoughts, seek acceptance in the moment and build confidence in their practice. Allie’s classes are a great balance of building strength, finding flexibility and developing inner peace and contentment. Come join her and learn to let go…and breathe.Brooke has practiced yoga since 2007, but it wasn't until a stressful year at work in 2013 that she realized the practice was much more than simply an exercise or fad. Yoga was a way of life. She set intentions in class, and continued to carry them with her throughout her day and ultimately, throughout her life. To Brooke, yoga is a beautiful unification of the mind, body, and spirit, bringing peace within- no matter life's scenarios. Brooke aspires to create a community of yoga students and teachers alike, bringing peace and higher vibrations within, in the community, and in the world. When teaching, Brooke brings energy and passion into the room, providing students the space for freedom. She inspires others to lift up, lead with their hearts, and most importantly smile. Outside of teaching yoga, Brooke loves exploring and volunteering around the world, teaching first grade, cooking, crafting, and anything outdoors in the sunshine- boating, SUP, kayaking, hiking, swimming, and camping to name a few!


Laura began teaching Group Fitness in 1986 and has taught yoga since 1999. Laura is registered with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT200 Prana Flow® Yoga Instructor, studying vinyasa yoga with Maria Garre and Shiva Rea since 2007. Her practice and teaching reflect her passion for cultivating a sense of balance in life, with movement, stillness, clarity, practical physical strength, flexibility and compassion. Time off the mat is dedicated to her family, coaching swimming and trail running.


Cristella began practicing yoga about 17 years ago when she married her husband and moved to a small military base in Enid, Oklahoma. In 2007, they moved back to San Diego, CA where she had her newborn baby son and started practicing yoga on the beach with the Coronado Community Recreation Center two times a week. It began as a journey with the intention of getting back in shape and it culminated with finding peace and contentment. She believes this is when she truly "found" yoga. In 2010, they were relocated to the Annapolis area and began practicing at Anne Arundel Community College, the Navy Brigade Sports Complex and then continued at Evolutions. These past five years have been a challenge with two small kids, no family in the geographical local area. she attributes yoga and her faith to helping survive very difficult circumstances. As a result, she felt the need to help others use this as a means to meet life's challenges. In the Fall 2015, she began Yin Yang Yoga Teacher Training at Evolutions with Tina Hornick-Lanzoni.



Charlie is a lifelong athlete. He competed in many sports during his high school and college career. With the encouragement of close friends, he came to yoga looking for an alternative way to stay healthy and not abusing his body on a daily basis. Once he discovered yoga in 2007 he immediately noticed the benefits in his other athletic activities as well as off the field of competition. Charlie became a dedicated practitioner in 2009 and in 2013 trained with Kim Manfredi. While his training is rooted in the Hatha tradition his classes are influenced by a variety of different styles he has and continues to experience. His curiosity with the movement of the human body continues to drive him towards continued learning and sharing that with his students. His classes are energetic and light-hearted infused with upbeat music while including lots of twists, inversions, and different balancing poses. Students are encouraged to take the competition out of their practice and focus on their journey as a yogi. Charlie hopes to help share the many benefits he has experienced from practicing yoga and have his students leaving class feeling stronger, more energized, and more balanced



 Shara completed her training in 2016 at Ruah in Annapolis, MD. Shara also has recently received her SUP Yoga certification. She has taught all level vinyasa flows and prenatal yoga. Shara enjoys teaching students how to welcome and embrace what the breath has to offer to the physical and mental aspect of the body. Come join Shara on the mat to Breath Believe and Receive Love.



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