Meet our Teachers
Sarah completed her 350-hour training in 2012 at Swan River Yoga in New Orleans, La. While she had originally pursued the program as a path to personal development, when she realized exactly how much transformation it had offered her, she knew she had to share. She is excited to share parts of the practice she doesn’t always see offered in studios – pranayama, chanting, and meditation – as all of these offer ways to cultivate body awareness, a key component to joyful living.
Meg is a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach, teacher of yoga, Pilates and mindfulness, and founder of Poe Wellness Solutions, LLC. She has almost 30 years of teaching experience and brings an interesting mix of knowledge to her classes (Duke Certified Integrative Health Coach, E-RYT200, RYT500, MA-Exercise Physiology-UNC-CH, MA-Experimental Psychology-Towson University). More importantly she brings to her students her passion for movement, awareness, transformation, healing and learning through doing and being.
I have always been a go, go, go kind of person, believing that life is about doing and pushing forward. Today, I am more about balance. I realize that my best life is achieved through awareness and letting go of the obstacles I seem to put in my own way.Practicing yoga on the mat keeps these concepts in my mind and yoga in my day-to-day living.
Learn more about Meg at PoeWellnessSolutions.com.
In 2001, I wandered into a yoga class at my gym and fell in love with the practice. I completed my 200-hour training with OM Yoga NYC in 2004 and continued to study and practice with some extraordinary teachers around the world. A few years ago, I moved to Hillsborough and, to my surprise, found the most exceptional Ashtanga (Mysore style) teacher just a few miles away in Durham. I believe the true value of what I bring to my classes comes from my own 17-year practice and what I learn–and struggle with–every day on my own mat.
Nora Dennis is passionate about movement as a source of joy and transcendence. Her yogic path started with gym classes with Ti Harmony in 2000. Inspired by the practice, she completed two RYT 200 trainings – one with Lighten Up Yoga in 2004 focusing on Iyengar style and Anusara training with Thousand Petals Yoga in 2008. In 2018 she discovered Buti Yoga and found a fun, intense, music-driven fusion of yoga and primal movement too good not to share. When she isn’t teaching yoga, Nora is mothering her young ones or working as a physician serving our nation’s veterans.
Annette Greenway is originally from upstate SC, but now lives and teaches yoga in the triangle region of North Carolina. She trained and became certified as a yoga teacher with Green Monkey Yoga in 2016 and is continuing her yoga training at the Asheville Yoga Center. She teaches all types of yoga including stand-up paddle board yoga. When she’s not teaching and practicing yoga, she enjoys hiking, paddling, traveling, and eating good food.
Larissa is a longtime yoga practitioner, a Restorative Exercise Specialist, and a mother of twins with a fully functional core. She believes we need to talk about pelvic floor and core dysfunction without the shame, oppression, and misogyny that turns women’s bodies into a problem.
Neidra L. Clark
numerous health benefits of laughing. Laughter Yoga, called Hasya (laughter, humor) Yoga, is a low impact exercise program combining laughter and yogic breathing. Researched and published studies show that whether laughter is “real” or “pretend,” we benefit physically, emotionally, and physiologically.
You don't have to be able to touch your toes to practice yoga - you just have to be willing to explore. Discover what combining intention, breath and bodywork can do for your mind and spirit.
Reconnect to your body through restorative, therapeutic massage therapy. Whether you are treating an injury or just need to relax, you will leave feeling rejuvenated and balanced.
Yoga at 200 N Churton Street, Suite 200, Hillsborough, NC
Massage at 100 N Churton Street, Suite 205, Hillsborough, NC
The yoga studio has limited on-site parking, and additional public parking one short block away on King Street and in the King Street parking lot, accessible from Churton Street. We are upstairs. Enter using the staircase on the left side of the building.
The massage space has no on-site parking, but plenty of nearby 3-hour parking on King Street and in the King Street Lot.