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.
Yoga Instructor & Studio Manager
Elisabeth focuses her classes around your mind/body connection, breath and being grounded and centered. Choose to show up on your mat and you will learn postural and anatomical cues to help you get the most out of your practice. Expect permission to listen to your body and even some light hearted jokes!
Val is a wife and mom of 2 amazing young girls who keep life full of activity and new adventures! Staying active is simply a way of life: yoga, teaching, CrossFit, skiing, biking, or simply “outsiding” – the grass does not grow tall under foot! Practicing most of her adult life, teaching has grown into a passion over the past decade, exploring various types of yoga. Her classes typically involve slow flows and long holds, harnessing the benefits of traditional flow and Yin-like yoga. She focuses on physical alignment, providing adaptations and modifications where needed providing the opportunity for all participants to feel a bit of peace in their practice.
“I am a passionate, nature-loving 200 HR Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT). I first tried yoga over two years ago in an attempt to bring some light back into my life as I wrestled with my mental health. Yoga saw me through my darkest days by teaching me how to connect with my breath, my body, my soul and with others. One of my favorite ways to connect with others is by guiding them back to the present moment with moving meditation. That is why I teach yoga- to share the sense of peace and empowerment I continue to find in my practice each day.
In my class, you will learn to quiet your mind and listen to your body. You will safely bring your body to its edge, and you will leave feeling grounded, strong, and probably sweaty! Come connect!"
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.