Meet Our Team
Owner of Flow Yoga Studio
Author “Yoga For Athletes”
Vinyasa Yoga Instructor & Mobility Instructor
Ryanne’s background as an athlete and massage therapist allows her to teach students more about their bodies through alignment, movements and breath. Helping all athletes including many of the Green Bay Packers with athletic recovery and mobility.
Brianne was initially introduced to yoga as a form of self-care; an opportunity to pause and be present. With a background as a physical therapist, Brianne brings a vast knowledge of anatomy and kinesiology to her teaching.
Hailey discovered yoga about 15 years ago while training for her first marathon. She got a running injury and the only thing she could do that didn’t hurt was yoga. She continued to practice even after her injury healed and fell in love. It has not only improved her running, but her overall health, both physical and emotional. Wanting to share the gift of yoga with everyone, she decided to get certified and graduated Yoga Teacher Training in June 2018. She recently became a 500 hour RYT and is also Barre certified. Aside from running and yoga, Hailey enjoys spending time with her pets, traveling, and a good bottle of red wine.
My name is Salena Bartel. I ‘ve been practicing yoga for five years and have been teaching for two of those years. From 2010 to 2014 I had the opportunity to live in and travel around Asia. I engaged in cultural exchanges and practiced yoga with yogis from around the world. I have a beautiful one year old daughter named Callie who I get to stay at home with. I was a high school social studies and Chinese teacher for eight years and plan on returning to education after my daughter starts school. My joys are family, travel, health, and knowledge.
My name is Alex Wandersee and I teach Yoga for Every Body on Wednesday nights. I work full time at UW-Green Bay as the Fitness Coordinator. I love water skiing, traveling time with my husband, and hiking with our husky Beau. You’ll always find me covered in his white fur.
Kelly Jo Fochs
I started practicing yoga over 13 years ago. I was seeking release from stress and to better condition my body. I fell in love with the fluidity of the movements and how confident I became in my practice as well as the strength, release and rejuvenation it allowed my body and soul to feel. I am more energized than I have ever been before and am excited to provide the guidance and support for my students to find their edge and inner release bringing positive changes both on and off their mat. The classes I guide will be energizing and uplifting leaving students feeling empowered and recharged. I applaud anyone that walks through the door looking to better themselves both in body and mind. Certifications include: Certified RYT® 500
Yoga has been the foundation that allows me to connect with myself. I have been practicing yoga since 2013 and received my 200 hour RYT certification from Unbound Collective School of Yoga and Wellness in September 2019. I am registered through Yoga Alliance. Yoga has allowed me to become more attentive to my physical, emotional and mental well-being. I am trained with a base of Hatha Flow, and I enjoy teaching classes such as Gentle Flow, Yin, Hatha and Hatha Flow. I am currently working on my 300 hour training to specialize in teaching yoga for trauma- both specialized trauma as well as general trauma. I have learned through yoga how to let my body move freely and in the way it needs to rather than forcing my body into postures that do not serve my body well.
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