Yoga Your Way

Our Instructors

Instructors You’ll Love!
Build and refine your practice with engaging and experienced instructors.

Heather MacKay

Heather brings a breath of fresh air and a boost of positivity to her yoga classes and to everyone she meets. Her love for yoga began in 2001 on a cruise ship and she has been practicing ever since! In September of 2018 she completed her SUP Yoga Training with Floating Yogi’s and loved teaching so much that she completed her 200 hour with You Are Sacred School of Yoga in 2019 and has also completed her 300 hour certification. Heather also recently completed her Gravity Yoga Teacher Training. She is also an ASFA Certified Pilates Instructor.

Mary Reaston

Mary’s love for the water and yoga led her to become a certified SUP Yoga Teacher in January 2019. She is has completed her Gravity Yoga training as well as her 200 hour and 300 Yoga Teacher Training. Mary also recently became certified in Pilates and Barre and is also certified in Yin Yoga. Mary’s background is in kinesiology and anatomy, which has enhanced her yoga practice as well as teaching. For her, SUP Yoga is her peaceful, happy place!

Autumn Moon

Autumn is a 500 hour certified yoga teacher, currently completing the last bit of her training to become an accredited Yoga Therapist! She is passionate about the work she does because it has changed her life for the better in the BIGGEST ways. To be able to share the healing and bliss with others is her dream come true!!

There are so many beautiful things about yoga and yoga therapy that get overlooked or are just unknown in general. One of Autumn’s favorite things about yoga therapy is the ability to live yoga on and off of the mat. To embody the oneness. Oneness of self, with universal soul, oneness with all beings everywhere. To live in a state of awareness. Being the observer of your thoughts, the way you communicate with self and with others, the way you react, and the way you are showing up in life.

Autumn offers elemental healing support by helping others to understand the relationship of our inner and outer nature. Tap into the energy of changing seasons and even the smaller shifts such as time of day moving into night & how it affects our moods, digestion, & many more variables! Allow your senses to open up and be soothed by simply becoming aware of the connectivity of it all. Yoga Therapy works from the inside out, getting to the roots that prevent symptoms rather than just treating the symptoms themselves. It encompasses all the realms of health creating an optimal way of living.

Isabella Espinoza

Bella takes more of an intuitive approach to yoga, reminding you that “you are the captain of your own soul.” Self-practitioner, YIN certified, and SUP certified. Exploring your senses fully & completely, allowing yourself to discover ways of releasing excess energy & raising your vibrational frequency. The water seems to provide a sense of support as you spend time with it. It is important not only to tune into your internal energy, but your external environment as well. A floating studio makes it easy to do that. Expressing gratitude is one of Bella’s keys to a healthy mindset & beneficial lifestyle. It is important to respect & acknowledge the ocean, just as you would land. Giving thanks to this other world below us, allows you to connect with it. Remaining open, ready to receive all of the healing & cleansing energies that the water has to offer.

Bella was born in Los Angeles, California. She has also lived in Louisiana & Virginia. Her diverse travels have provided experience and perspective, allowing a greater understanding of culture to unfold. Since Bella was a little girl, she can remember being fascinated with yoga and extremely attracted the ocean.

Although yoga on sand is common, she claims “Honestly, I never thought of putting the two together (yoga & water) until I did my very first SUP class here at Yoga Your Way. After that, my entire perception of yoga changed. I immediately fell in love with the combination.” Being able to incorporate the water element into your yoga practice provides “a different kind of peace” that words simply cannot describe.