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Founder & Vinyasa Instructor

Angela's love for yoga originated in 2017 when she began attending weekly classes at a local studio in Cloverdale. She left each class feeling vibrant, energized, happier and even felt taller when walking and sitting. That weekly studio practice evolved further into a home-based practice, integrating a deeper understanding and importance of meditation and further understanding of what a yogic lifestyle is beyond the mat. With encouragement from her friend and  yoga instructor, Angela became a Certified Yoga Fitness Instructor in January 2021 with American Fitness Professionals & Associates. Since then she has completed continuing education through AFPA, as well numerous workshops with Breathe For Change, an organization that focuses on creating an environment of well being in classrooms for educators and students alike. While attending one of Angela's classes, her goal is that students feel welcome and comfortable. Students can anticipate a practice that focuses on individual ideal alignment, creating heat from within the body and a flow that links breath with movement. 

Amy Bertozzi

Vinyasa Instructor

Amy discovered yoga years ago as a young adult after having practiced dance for most of her childhood. Feeling an instant attachment to this sacred philosophy and practice that connects the mind, body and spirit, she has strived to keep an asana practice throughout the busyness of life. After having two children and navigating motherhood through the pandemic, she returned to yoga with a desire to connect to her self once more. Yearning for a deeper understanding and education of Yoga, she graduated from the SRJC 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training program in 2022, with a focus on teaching Vinyasa, Hatha and Gentle Flow movement. A licensed Esthetician with a passion and background in Esthetics Education, Amy strives to create a dynamic, inclusive and fulfilling practice in hopes that her students can carry the joy and unity of Yoga off the mat and into their own lives. 


Mia Munselle

Vinyasa Instructor

In 2007, Mia stumbled upon her first yoga class at the gym and immediately fell in love with the flow and feeling of Vinyasa Yoga. Mia is thrilled to teach and practice in the town in which she lives, while sharing the joy and deep sense of peace that yoga has brought to her life. Her classes focus on safe alignment, the union of breath and movement and offer encouragement for students of all levels to breathe deeper and find their own practice, not perfection. Mia has received Registered Yoga Teacher certifications from nationally renowned training programs:

Yogaworks and Baptiste Yoga.

Venus Harper

Vinyasa Instructor


 Venus began her yoga journey in 2009. Venus attended yoga teacher training in Healdsburg Ca, where she graduated with a 200 hour Yoga Alliance teacher certification. Venus has also furthered her training by completing a 60 hour chakra certification program. After embarking on her yogic journey she was called deeper into the field of Ayurveda. This lead Venus to complete the 250 hour Ayurveda practicioners program at the Dhyana Center in Sebastopol Ca. Venus had a radical Spiritual Awakening at the age of 23. The eyes of her soul had opened and her purpose was revealed. Her path was to be the spiritual path, and she was to be a healer. This caused Venus to pursue the Mystics path. This path is what sets Venus' heart on fire for yoga and everything it encompasses. Venus knew that one day she would open a sanctuary for healing and growth. Venus' heart is to encourage healing through the Mind, Body and Spirit connection. Nutrition and the use of essential oils are one of the many tools in her tool belt. Venus is here to support you on your journey. If you experience pain in your body, mind, spirit, or emotions then Venus' class will help encourage and strengthen you on your journey. Her greatest joy is being a mother to her daughter  

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Maleese Warner

Vinyasa Instructor

Maleese  is a registered Yoga Alliance Teacher since 2002. She is E-RYT® 200, RCYT® (Children’s Yoga), RPYT® (Prenatal yoga) and a YACEP® (Continuing Education Provider).  She began practicing yoga as a child with her mother. In 1996 she deepened her practice with the guidance of her teacher Parvathi Nanda Nath in the practice of Saraswati River Yoga, a vinyasa style practice derived from teachings of the Shaivist traditions of Kashmir. This practice is at the heart of Maleese Vinyasa Style.   In 2002 she studied at Mount Madonna in Santa Cruz CA with Baba Hari Das and has taken years of professional development with teachers in other styles such as Ashtanga and Anusara Yoga.  Her Prenatal training is with Jennifer Moore in the Dolphin Method and her recent training with My Vinyasa Studio.  She has taught yoga throughout the USA and in Mexico.  In her daily professional life she has an MFA and MA in Early Childhood Education and works as the Director of Early Childhood Education and the Santa Rosa Junior College.  She is excited to bring her teaching back to the wonderful community in Cloverdale CA and looks forward to guiding people through their practice.

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