Meet the Founders
"Yoga and meditation are the healing tools the Creator has given me. The combination of God's word, slow movement and the breath have been a source of relief and refuge from years of struggling with depression and anxiety. The tools of yoga along with prayer and other forms of therapy have been invaluable in my journey toward oneness. In our marriage, yoga has allowed my husband and I to gain intimacy and harmony on a level we never imagined! The process of breathing, moving, and meditating on the Truth together has given us a profound experience of marital oneness."
Embrolic is a certified yoga teacher, health and wellness educator, and an author with a teacher’s heart. She has a mild obsession with personality psychology and uses this knowledge to help her students personalize their yoga practice and wellness choices. Embrolic has over 300 hours of Yoga instructor training, and has been teaching yoga since 2010. Along with her initial 225 hour training(R-HYI), she has additional training in Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Kids Yoga, Chair Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, and Yogalates. Embrolic also has a Master’s degree in education and an IIN Health Coach certification.
“I began practicing yoga for the physical benefits of increasing my flexibility and recovering from weight lifting. As my practice grew, I saw more connections between the spiritual aspects of mindful breathing, movement, and meditation. I began practicing before reading my bible and set my intentions for each practice on a bible verse. It amazed me how much clearer my studies became and how my relationship with God deepened. Connecting the life breath God blessed us with to movement and meditation, brings our whole being, heart, soul, mind, and body, together as one with God and improves all other aspects of our lives.”
Gevell is a father, husband, and disciple of Jesus. He has a background in computer engineering and prefers to work in the background on the technical and operations side of the business. Gevell received his 200 hr YTT certification in January of 2017. He has been strength training since he was a teenager, so he tends to focus on recovery and restorative forms of yoga. He believes in making yoga accessible to all.