Indira is a yogi who is passionate about life, people and yoga. She first discovered yoga in 2009, as a way to heal a back injury she got in a car accident. By experiencing the physical and the mental benefits of the yoga practice, Indira knew from the very beginning that yoga would become an important part of her life. In 2011, Indira completed her 200-hour teacher training, knowing that this was what she wanted to do – share the benefits of yoga and help people in their healing journeys. Having extensive experience in the corporate world, Indira felt confident combining her business skills and passion for yoga to build a successful yoga and cycling studio where people could feel safe and welcomed. Today, a proud owner of Live Love Flow Studio, Indira works with a diverse group of talented teachers. Off the mat, Indira enjoys spending time with her family and travelling, especially to Europe, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina where she grew up. She often brings her worldliness into the classroom in addition to her spirituality and yoga philosophy.
Kelly is a fun-loving cycle enthusiast who is always looking for the next adventure. She moved to Seattle in September of 2017 after having cycled 4,000 miles on a cross-country bike trip in the name of Affordable Housing. This is where she truly fell in love with greasy chains and handlebars. Fast-forward a few months and she has finally decided to bring her practice indoors. Kelly has traveled all over the country and the world, but this is her first time living in the Pacific Northwest, so when she is not teaching a class you can likely find her rock climbing, backpacking, or trying to submit a mountain. With a never-ending aspiration to bring joy to everything she does, you will find that Kelly is full of energy and good spirits. She graduated a few years back from UNC-Chapel Hill and could not be more excited to be living in such a wonderful city that will embrace her carefree (and at most times, awkward) self!
Britt believes that all of the best things in live make you sweat. Always an athlete, Britt has a tried a variety of sports from dance, to rowing, to MMA. After finding cycling and yoga in 2013, her view of activity changed. It was no longer about burning calories but a love of movement. Her positivity, passion for activity, and love of motivation in the group fitness community drove her to become an instructor. Now she shares her love of movement with her students.
Get ready to sweat. This is the ultimate cycle experience. The class is taught in a tempo based style, mostly out of saddle. There will be a mix of drills from sprints, to hills, to upper body, and core work. Make sure to bring water and a positive attitude! There will be lots of “wooing”
Max has been teaching yoga since 2013, when he completed his 200-hour training in San Diego. He teaches a variety of styles including vinyasa, hot, and yin, aside from a variety of other fitness classes. Coming from an athletic background, Max found that yoga offered an opportunity to balance his other sports and tap into true mobility – flexibility and strength. What started as a very physical practice over time manifested into a mental and spiritual practice as well. Max creates classes that are energetic and accessible to everyone in the room, regardless of experience, focused on strengthening our bodies and our awareness.
When Don is not working on his afternoon radio show , “The Ron and Don Show” on 97.3 KIRO FM/SEATTLE, you can find him climbing Rainer , racing a bike across America, or playing with his five year old and rescue Basset Hound. Don is a Master cycle instructor in his 17th year of teaching. Don teaches a very unique class that involves “drop saddle” techniques that are blended with “tempo training”, “whistle training” and ” interval training”. While you will see some very strong athletes in Don’s classes, he takes pride in teaching to ALL levels. So whether you are getting ready for the STP or you just want to slim down and burn over 1000 calories, don’t be intimidated and come ride!!! See you soon in the cycle room. Hip Hip
Teaches the yoga. Plays the sports. Makes the art. Drinks the coffee. Loves the people. Lives the life. Morgan Zion has been an athlete all her life. Growing up she maintained her passion for athleticism as a varsity basketball & soccer star and went on to play D1 college soccer. While early in college, she developed a passion for yoga as a healing & challenging activity that she would first hate & later find a irresistible love for. After college she began practicing & teaching power vinyasa yoga. While growing in both her training & teaching she began to develop her own Hypsy Gypsy flow which is centered around athleticism, challenge, empowerment, fun, inner peace & just a touch of sexy. In her other life she is often seen doing a plethora of handstands in public, wearing eclectic varieties of clothing and drawing at a local coffee shops.
Steve is a Northwest native who spent the last seven years teaching indoor cycling in North Carolina, Texas, and Washington state. After getting a medical wake-up call as a regularly-travelling and overweight corporate executive, Steve cycled 75 pounds off to reveal a chiseled body and a love for helping others achieve their fitness goals. Since then, Steve has devoted his off-time to coaching and training cyclists and cycle instructors across the nation.
Steve loves chatting about anything, including weight loss techniques, healthy and tasty dishes from his travels, and his daughter who is pursuing her career as a registered nurse. Steve believes in empowering others to be their best selves in multiple facets of life, and he looks forward to working with you.
Tammera’s great passion is to help guide students to find a healthy perception of themselves through the practice of yoga. As a former competitive gymnast Tammera began practicing yoga to help stabilize her joints and prevent injury. After a short amount of time she fell in love with both practicing and teaching yoga. Today, her teaching practice incorporates the physical elements of strength and flexibility as well as mediation and psycho-education.
Tammera’s educational background includes 200-hour yoga teaching certification, myofascial release role model method, above the barre, NASM-CPT, Row, Schwinn cycle certification, pilaties, and USAG gymnastics.
In addition to the fitness certifications Tammara holds a Bachelor’s degree in the Science of Psychology from Washington State University, a Master’s degree in Sport Psychology from John F. Kennedy University, and is pursuing a Psy.D./M.A. in Counseling Psychology at Northwest University in Kirkland. She currently owns a private practice working as Mental Skills Consultant for competitive athletes in Seattle.
“Dan has been teaching cycling for the past 12 years. He has been certified with AFAA and Mad Dogg Spinning. Additionally, Dan has been an active endurance athlete for years and has worked with some of the best cycling and triathlon coaches in the industry. Past athletic achievements include: U.S Navy Triathlon Team Member, Finisher – Ironman World Championships in Kona Hawaii, 70.3 Ironman World Championships, 2006 All American Triathlete, various triathlon and bike racing podium finishes. Dan is a former U.S Navy Officer and current technologist. He uses his extensive racing and training experience to develop fun and challenging classes that work well for both inexperienced and elite athletes. After all – training is what you make of it – right!”
Jeannie is a native Californian, fitness fanatic and has been biking for decades. Jeannie grew up playing competitive soccer and has been involved in a variety of sports for years. After a series of injuries, Jeannie began using indoor cycle as a form of rehabilitation. This is where her passion grew for the bike. For fun in 2013 and again in 2016, Jeannie completed an indoor certification training. Fall began teaching. In addition to teaching, Jeannie works for an content media agency based in LA called, Redbird, as their VP Business Development. When you taken Jeannie’s class, expect a great playlist alongside a motivating workout. Her classes are designed to be intense while helping you to reach your fitness goals. Outside of work, Jeannie is married, has two teen girls and is active volunteer in her community.
I began practicing yoga in 2012, but it wasn’t until 2015 that I started to take my practice seriously. I saw the benefits immediately play out in my life. I was happier, more outgoing and I felt more balanced in body and mind. I knew I wanted to bring people the pleasure, challenge, and exploration that yoga provides. In January 2017 I completed my 200-hr RYT training through Live Love Flow with Datza Uldrike. My love of inversions and arm balances has allowed me to shed some layers off of my self-consciousness and focus more on what feels good versus what other people think of what I’m doing. My mantra became: It’s not how you fall, but how you get back up. In my classes I want you to let go of what happened before class or what’s taking place afterwards and truly take the time to focus only on yourself. You deserve it! Try something new or take a step back without expectations. My heart told me to become a yoga teacher, a goal I’d never thought I was capable of reaching, but here I am ☺ I am honored and excited to teach each and every one of you.
I started practicing yoga to increase flexibility. After playing football in college, I noticed my body had taken an incredible beating. Yoga not only solved mobility issues, but created a new sense of calmness and peace in my heart, mind, and soul. I received my RYT 200 from Becca Hewes at YogaLife in 2013. Spending time with my friend and mentor, Patrick Beach, has influenced my unique teaching style. My vigorous vinyasa classes emphasize building core strength, increasing flexibility, creating clean lines of energy, encouraging fun, and learning to move your body in space. I look to create an experience for my students that help them find more awareness and understanding in the present moment, moving in a way to build trust and better self-understanding. Good vibes and good music your way!
Previous to yoga I wasn’t into fitness and didn’t play any sports in
High School. I counted running around with my son, at the playground
as exercise. My mother along with other relatives where diagnosed with
high blood pressure and/or Diabetes. I decided to change my life and
start a journey to improve my health and mind body connection along
the way. When I started my first yoga class I couldn’t touch my toes.
I felt like I was doing something wrong. I had many conversations with
the teacher and found the quiet determination to stick with yoga. I
learned to work with my body and its imperfect imperfectness. Gaining
more flexibility, confidence and mind body balance every time I
connected with my mat.
If you’re exploring yoga for the first time or hundredth, flow with me
to an energizing playlist and flow of self-study. While working on
Flexibility, balance and strength. Alignment focused yoga for all body
Previous to yoga I was an avid rock climber, spelunker and swimmer. I came to yoga to gain flexibility, build stamina and to harness my breath. Although yoga was initially a means to an end it soon became my passion. I learned that that the practice of yoga wasn’t about learning how to stand on your head, but rather on learning how to stand tall on your feet. I’m excited to share my passion as I guide you on your yoga journey; emphasizing the benefits, personalization and restorative aspects of yoga. Through creative and vigorous classes you’ll build strength, balance, endurance and flexibility. With enthusiasm, compassion and humor I look forward to deepening your body and mind connection on and off the mat. Be ready to learn, challenge yourself and grow.
Jennifer is a feisty free spirit, authentic to her East-coast roots while cultivating her love for all that is the PNW. Critically acclaimed to be the most inflexible member of her collegiate rowing team, Jenn initially struggled to accept yoga. Her commitment to maintaining athleticism while combatting injuries post-college coerced her into confronting her archrival, yoga once again. Throughout this invigorating and surprising journey, she has never looked back. Years into being hooked on the physical and mental benefits of yoga, she embarked on the empowering experience of teacher certification. Jenn now shares her passion for yoga with others in high-energy power vinyasa classes that are creative, and challenge both new and seasoned practitioners in strength, flexibility, and balance. Off her mat, she enjoys grinding away on investigative work, running around the city, getting lost on trails, searching for spontaneous adventures, and letting her hair down with her family and friends.
Katrina has had a lifelong relationship with movement, dancing ballet from a young age and later studying other dance styles including flamenco, and aerial dance. After discovering yoga, she began exploring other yoga styles such as Vinyasa, Forest, Yin, and Anusara yoga. Her teaching is strongly influenced by her practice of yoga, combining Ashtanga’s focus on connecting movement with breath and Iyengar’s attention to precise alignment. She has experienced the powerful mental and physical benefits of yoga, both on and off the mat, and loves to share this mind-body practice with her students. Katrina received her 200-hour teacher training in 2009 and has completed several additional teacher trainings including restorative yoga, Yoga Tune Up® Therapy Ball trainings, certified in the Lagree Fitness method, and numerous other workshops and trainings. When she is not teaching, Katrina can be found volunteering for numerous environmental organizations, enjoying the coast, or exploring new food and flavors in her kitchen and restaurants.
A Seattle transplant by way of Brooklyn, Lauren formally trained and became certified in Hatha & Vinyasa Yoga through the School Yoga Institute in 2014 (RYT-200) on Lago de Atitlán, Guatemala. In 2017, Lauren earned a 25-hour advanced certificate in Restorative Yoga from Laughing Lotus New York. Recently, Lauren received her certificate in Trauma-Informed Yoga through Seattle nonprofit, Yoga Behind Bars. A psychologist by day and a yoga teacher by evening, Lauren strives to focus on the “whole person” within the instruction, thereby encouraging nourishment of body, mind, and spirit.