MEET OUR TEAM
Our deeply conscious & immensely qualified teachers impart our unique curriculum of yogic concepts with compassionate interactions
and delightful fun
Alpa Arora is an internationally certified Yoga instructor for children. She envisions a world where each child is empowered with the timeless wisdom of Yoga.
Alpa's dedication to the wellbeing of the community has motivated her to be a Plano PTA volunteer since 2012.Her personality exudes warmth and serenity that surrounds all those she comes in contact with. She is an avid music lover, goes for a hike at every opportunity and insists on keeping humor as a big part of her everyday life. She resides in Plano TX with her husband and two boys.
As a previous mental health provider and a certified Yoga instructor, Keithsha brings both mindfulness and healing to the practice of Yoga. Keithsha has worked as a qualified mental health professional for over six years, and has practiced yoga for thirteen years. Understanding the benefits of meditation and Yoga for mental health has led her to becoming a Yoga instructor. It is with her purest intentions that one experiences deep relaxation from her sessions. Outside of yoga Keithsha enjoys traveling, trying new foods, reading, and creating various things.
Josh's yoga journey started 10 years ago when he decided to take his health into his own hands. In 2019, his Yoga Teacher Journey began. During the pandemic, he completed the 200hr certification at Keller Yoga, TX. Currently, he is studying to receive his 500hr certification and graduates next month. He has devoted his life to the deep knowledge and practice of Yoga as a lifestyle, and he wishes to share his understanding with others who seek mastery of their own life.
In 2009, Lisa had a six-week break from ballet classes and was looking for a way to fill that void and stay in shape, so she decided to try yoga. She never expected to stick with it after those six weeks, but was hooked! In yoga, Lisa found the mind/body/spirit connection to be the best form of self-care she could practice. It fit perfectly into her world of a wife, mom, school counselor, and dancer. On more than one occasion, Lisa’s kids or husband would “suggest” she go take a yoga class and she couldn’t agree more. Obviously, Lisa’s yoga practice benefited the whole family.
Lisa is a consummate learner.
She works in education, has two master's degrees, and loves learning, so pursuing yoga teacher training was a natural progression of her yoga practice. Teacher training helped Lisa grow not only as a yogi but as a person. Melding the understanding of the practice on a cognitive level with the physical practice on the mat has taught her that yoga is so much more than touching your toes. Lisa has always loved teaching others and sharing her passions.
Lisa completed her first 200 hr teacher training with Jan Guinn, E-RYT 500, YACEP, in 2017 and followed that with another 200 hr and 300 hr with Crystal Rae, E-RYT 500, and Andres Illea, E-RYT 500 the following year. In 2020, she completed the Mindfulness Teacher Certification with Dallas Yoga Center. She continues to learn from teachers and students as her practice grows each time she steps on the mat or leads others through practice.
Like many people, Laura found yoga at seemingly just the right time. She was 18 years old when she stepped into her first yoga class at her university's rec center. It was a breath of fresh air (literally). The practice helped her find her inner strength to overcome a broken heart. And she would come back to the practice again and again to navigate her own trauma and struggles. When she finally had the opportunity to complete her 200-hour teacher training, Laura was able to share the beauty of yoga with her students at her alma mater and her local studio in Denton, TX. Laura's teaching style is characterized by fun, creative sequences. And while she loves the physical practice, it is only one part of yoga. Laura believes in the power of breath and mindfulness to the ground and healing and helping transform people's lives - especially children, teens, and young adults.
She believes in making yoga accessible because yoga is for everybody and everybody, and it is truly something anyone can do.
Since childhood, yoga has helped Alyssa through many of life’s challenges. While working in corporate America from 2014 to 2020, weekly yoga classes soon became Alyssa’s only comfort.
When COVID hit, and Alyssa got long COVID, becoming a certified 200 hour yoga teacher became Alyssa’s way to build a new self; a stronger more compassionate self. Now with the technology of yoga, Alyssa is able to teach others how to have strength, compassion, ease, and self-regulation. Alyssa believes
that when life gives us challenges, wisdom guides us back to the mat.