Terilyn Wylder has practiced yoga since the 90’s and taught it since 2009. She is passionate about adapting yoga practice so people of all body types feel welcome. Terilyn is warm and approachable and loves building community. Her classes combine postures for strength and flexibility, breathing techniques and meditation.
You do not have to be in “yoga shape”; you are in the shape of your yoga right now.
Return to a sense of belonging in the body you are in.
Kanti Devi Webb
Kanti enjoys inviting grace and ease through presence, her primary modalities are Hawaiian Bodywork known as Temple Style Lomilomi and facilitating Self-ID Ho’oponopono as introduced by Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona. She finds great joy in island living as Kanaka Maoli (indigenous Hawaiian) and prefers the worldview of one big island family. While many years were spent roaming the planet, she can now be found gardening, swimming or running with the dogs here on Whidbey Island.