Meet the floo-id YOGA Instructors
It won’t take you long to know why we have so much pride with our amazing team of yoga instructors; they are friendly, skilled, and love what they do. When scheduling a class we encourage you to read their short bios below as you will get to know our great team who make floo-id YOGA one of the best yoga studios in Phoenix/Scottsdale.
If there is one instructor that you particularly vibe with, consider a one-on-one private yoga session. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you want to learn more about having a private yoga session. If you would like to learn about what yoga classes we offer, click here.
We look forward to seeing you on your mat!
Born and raised in Erie, PA, Amy lived in Los Angeles for 14 years and has now lived in Scottsdale since 2017. A dancer since age 3, Amy has always had a passion for movement created from balancing strength and flexibility within the body. Amy discovered her love for yoga 5 years ago becoming a dedicated practitioner of vinyasa and Buti yoga. “Yoga is an opportunity to shake stuff up, let things go, re-connect,
and find your happy place”
In July of 2018, Amy completed her 200YTT here in Scottsdale, AZ. Amy hopes to inspire others to have fun, stay mindful of how they feel aligned during their practices, and possibly challenge a class with her favorite arm balance of the moment.
Cacee was born and raised in Virginia Beach, VA, most recently lived in Seattle, WA for 8 years, and has now relocated to Scottsdale! Her favorite posture is Birds of Paradise because “it challenges your focus and balance while strengthening and opening up your hips, which is my favorite! When you are at full expression it truly feels like you’re flying high and free!” Her most challenging posture is Fixed firm because she injured her meniscus in both knees from dance when she was younger. She still practices the posture every class and finds humility in finding your own variation, listening to and honoring your body. Her advice to students while they practice is “Always focus on your breath and honor the body you brought to practice today. Not every pose will be perfect every practice. Find where you are in the moment, be present, and focus on your inner peace, your breath.”
She earned her RYT200 in 2015 here in Phoenix, AZ. She has a B.A. in Elementary Education and has taught pre-school to 2nd grade in the public and private school systems in AZ since 1992.
She live and taught English in Japan after graduating from U of A in Tucson.
A few of her favorite things are traveling, art, culture, the beach, gardens, nature, animals, kids, clean living, health and well being and YOGA!