Our Team

Whitney Davis - Founder/Teacher

Hi, my name is Whitney and I love yoga. My belief is that yoga is for everybody and it should be fun. I never take myself too seriously and that doesn't change in my yoga practice or when I'm teaching. I'm blessed to have a pretty awesome husband, whom I met at Washington State (Go Cougs!). Together we have two amazing kids that fill my life with love but also are the reason I need yoga. Yoga calms my crazy. Sharing yoga with others makes my heart feel full. You don't have to be bendy or in perfect shape to do yoga. It is a "come as you are practice.” I have had the privelage of working with some amazing proffesional atheletes such as the 2017 Super Bowl Champions Philedelphia Eagles Alshon Jeffery

"Street Cred"
  • 200 hour Experianced Registered Yoga Teacher (ERYT) with Yoga Alliance
  • Tri-cites only Baptiste Yoga Certified Teacher
  • Studied with Baron Baptiste in Sedona, AZ and Paige Elenson in Phoenicia, NY.
  • 2 kids yoga certifications through Next Generation Yoga
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  • Teaching experience in multiple studios in Western WA
  • Has taught some pretty awesome local Tri-City events such as Hike-Henna-Juice and Yoga, Mother's Day Yoga, Vino and Vinyasa, Yoga in the Park and Beer & Yoga
  • Angie Jameson - Teacher

    Yoga, in my life, is like a warm blanket on a cold day and a cool breeze in the summer. It is there to lift me out of the funk of a bad day, and to brighten the best of days. I chose to get my 200hr RYT (certification) to share that awesomeness with others. I have a passion for movement, I grew up dancing and continue to be involved in the dance community as a judge. The skills I learned in massage school are helpful and evident in my classes through my hands on assisting. When I'm not teaching or doing yoga, I'm home with my husband, two kids, dog and four cats... not to mention the the nieces, nephews and neighborhood kids. I pride myself on being the house the neighborhood kids flock to. Watching them grow and fight and figure out life is a highlight. When I'm not surrounded by kids and animals, I love spending my time in the mountains or on my paddle board. Whether on my mat or teaching a class, I'm reminded that there is no perfect yoga. Yoga is for every body."

    Brie DiFelici - Teacher

    My name is Brie, and I want to share my love of Yoga with everyone I meet. I found Yoga right after high school, and what started as mainly a physical practice has now blossomed into a true passion and life purpose of mine. By practicing Yoga, it has helped pull my out of clinical depression and helped me deal with PTSD by teaching me self-love and acceptance, while at the same time teaching me strength and perseverance. Once I discovered the mind, body, and spiritual connection in my practice, everything else fell into place, and I knew I wanted to help others achieve this feeling! Vinyasa is my love, and where I truly feel present, without distractions. Connecting movements with different pranayama techniques has shown me how much power we really do hold over our minds and bodies, and what we are capable of making them do. I love teaching classes that build heat; It makes the final savasana so much sweeter! I am a certified 200hr RYT and graduated in August. While I am a teacher, I am also a life long learner. When I'm not on my mat, I can usually be found with my fur-child, Aragorn, a three year old Pitbull. We like to go on walks, go hiking, and even go swimming together! I live a vegan lifestyle and choose to to this for a few reasons. I choose a compassionate lifestyle because of my love and respect of all living creatures, for the protection of our environment and safe keeping of our earth, and for all of the health benefits I reap through eating plant based foods! I have a passion for holistic health, so you will always find me studying about natural ways to heal our bodies, as well as letting "food be thy medicine".

    Chastity Garcia - Teacher

    Deep, passionate and intuitive... these words describe Chastity's essence which is felt clear through her teachings.

    Chastity's studentship began at a young age, memories of curiously rummaging through her mothers huge medical books. Intrigued most by anatomy and physiology, her desire to uncover the "root cause" of behaviors, ailments and dysfunction led her to study extensively for the past decade. Her journey to yoga began from the advice of her personal trainer, who advised her to weight lift less and stretch more to reverse the effects of being tight and constricted from her career of body work. From that first encounter she was immediately captivated by the mental and physical release! She gained better sleep, gratitude, and inner strength from her daily asana practice.

    At age 26 she traveled to Bali, Indonesia and her world lit up, she experienced the connection of oneness, rituals of devotion, as well as mind and heart clarity. Since then it's been her clear intention to share the empowerment fusing ancient practices of asana, breath and mindfulness. She facilitates thoughtful and ever evolving sequences intwining dynamic core focused movement and myofacial release techniques to all levels of ability including prenatal. Her classes will leave you feeling integrated head to toe, inspired and loved up! She believes in the healing power of human touch and her hands on assists transmit awareness, therapeutics and love through action. Chastity is also certified in BarreTwist, X21, and Buti Yoga! Movement & creative mindfulness is her medicine.

    Her most transformative breakthrough occurred in 2013, at the conscious birth of her son. Ultimate surrender, unconditional love and divine feminine awakening sparked and continues to grow within her. Motherhood has taught her humility, patience, and the realization that calm and joyfulness are a choice. Balance comes from raw Presence. She emanates the gifts of yoga and attracts others that are ready to do the same.

    Derek Wilkowski - Teacher

    At the cellular level…Life happens. The exchange between Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide facilitates this. We simply call it “breathing”. I spend the majority of my time immersed in this very process. I do at work as a Respiratory Care Practitioner, and I do it in my Yoga practice. It is literally, and figuratively, all I do. For me, Yoga began as a way to recover from a career changing on-the-job injury in 2009. Little did I know that this, coupled with other life altering events, would put me on the path to serenity like I had never imagined. Through dedication and determination, I was able to accomplish more than simply proving the Physicians wrong.

    An awakening of mind, body, and spirit took place. I attended Danielle Zissou’s 200 Hour TT Program and immediately began teaching in multiple Studios in the Seattle area. A job offer in the Tri Cities brought me to this side of the state, and before I was even officially hired, I was teaching Yoga. My instincts sway towards what some have described as a “strong, powerful class”, but in the last year, I have taken some time away from the studio and have been focusing on the more Spiritual Yoga practice. This reflects in my classes now, bringing a new flavor to my delivery. When I’m not teaching or Practicing, I can usually be found in the Gym. I enjoy weight training and Triathlon races. But even there Yoga is always present. I am ME everywhere I go. And everywhere I go, I take my practice. “The shortest Distance between two points is always a straight line. The quickest to reach the objective. If the objective is to find peace, then it is logical to begin with crating a straight line between the body and the mind.”

    Heather Young- Teacher

    Hi I’m Heather! I live in Richland with my awesome husband and our plants. I first found yoga while I was still a competitive swimmer in high school and I practiced Hatha in the off-season at a heated studio. In college I found my first yoga community at a studio right across the street and it became my retreat from a hectic student life. At that studio I started to experience the intangible benefits of a regular yoga practice through Pranayama and build discipline to simply sit still and quiet my mind. Although becoming a yoga instructor wasn’t originally in my life plan, I encountered an opportunity to do my 200 Hour YTT in 2016 and knew that I wanted in! Yoga has become a increasingly central part of my life and I have found a passion for sharing it with others through teaching.

    To me, yoga is a playground for the body and the mind. In my classes I love to create a space where people can have fun, experience joy, and leave their burdens behind. I emphasize the connection between breath and body, as well as between the body and mind. The practice of creating these connections is powerful in asana, but also throughout the rest of life. Our bodies have so much to teach us if only we would listen to them! When I’m not teaching yoga I like to expand my cooking repertoire, play board games, and travel whenever possible. Wherever you are on your yoga journey I am excited to learn with you, help you move forward, and have fun along the way. After all, In yoga there is no destination, just another place to be.