Katie began her yoga journey in Boulder, Colorado in 2009 when her friend recommended she take a yoga class to help manage stress. A consistent yoga practice followed, not only helping reduce stress, but also resulting in countless other benefits like increased strength and flexibility both physically and mentally.
Katie completed a 200 hour teacher training program through CorePower Yoga in Denver, Colorado. Immediately after earning her certificate, she continued her training for a 50 hour extensions program where she focused on hands on adjustments and presence as a teacher. In 2019, she completed a Yin Yoga training in Naples under the guidance of Amy Lucky. That same year, Revival Yoga provided an adjustments workshop with 500 hour certified instructor Kate Curry which Katie happily took to deepen her understanding of the benefits of adjusting students.
She has taught in Colorado and Florida in a variety of settings, always encouraging students to listen to their own bodies and enjoy their time on the mat. She focuses her classes on proper alignment and breathe and loves helping yogis discover new things about their practice. It is her hope that students of all levels find comfort and joy in her class and are willing to try new asanas, use props, fall out of poses, look silly, shake it off, and laugh.
It is with great respect and excitement that Katie gets to share her love of yoga as a teacher.
Calvin found yoga in the mid 70's while serving in the Navy through Richard Hittleman as a way to de-stress from the rigors of military life and to gain strength and flexibility following motocross and skiing injuries. He completed his 200 hour teacher training with Amy Lucky at Yoga Loft in Naples, FL in March 2017 while simultaneously developing his Ashtanga yoga practice. This training was followed by a 10 day vipassana meditation session in Shelborne, MA.and workshops with Kino MacGregor, Fiona Stang, Sharath Jois and many others.
Calvin has taken 65 hours of specialized training in yin yoga with Jo Phee and 100 hours of yoga nidra training with the Amrit Yoga Institute. Calvin is a certified member of Yoga Alliance with E-RYT 200 and YACEP (yoga alliance certified educational provider). He has taught over 1500 hours of classes, and while not teaching, he can be found studying ancient yoga texts and related philosophical materials as well as practicing asanas and meditating.
Karen has been a fitness enthusiast her whole life. She dabbled with yoga over the past 15 years, but became passionately immersed in 2014. She did her teacher training in Charlottesville, Virginia. Her training was at a Baptiste inspired studio, FlyDog, with Eliza Whiteman and MaryAnn McIvor.
As a personal trainer and massage therapist, yoga blends perfectly with her repertoire. Her mission is to encourage and inspire others to embrace a wholesome lifestyle - physically, mentally and spiritually - through developing healthy habits. Her greatest joy is to see her clients, friends and family find success in all aspects of their lives.
Susan's journey started 8 years ago and after her first yoga class, she knew she was hooked. In 2015, she completed her 200 hr teacher training at Love Yoga in Naples with Carla Olla. After she graduated she jumped right into teaching. That same year she felt inspired to learn more, so she went to India to immerse herself in all things Yoga.
Susan inspires students to blossom into their fullest potential. Music is very important to her classes, which create a fun and upbeat atmosphere. Susan also has her certification from NETA for Pilates.
Abby Holan has a B.A. in Education, combined with extensive studies in Communication and Exercise Science. She was a head coach for a Varsity Track and Cross Country team, as well as a corporate sales coach, who focused on motivating and empowering her employees.
Abby’s introduction to yoga came in 2006, as she began to explore new ways of dealing with the stress of her corporate management career. She was amazed at the personal freedom and balance she gained through yoga. With her background in athletics, Power Yoga was the perfect infusion of the mind, body, spirit connection.
Abby’s commitment is to inspire others to realize their own power and to step fully into their most authentic self. Her challenging, enthusiastic and empowering classes will support her students in their personal journeys into greatness.
Taylor grew up in rural Illinois. Her dad was a farmer, so she had a childhood of luxury growing up on a farm, surrounded by farm animal friends. Most of her time was spent reveling in the freedom of running around outside barefoot with her little brother playing make believe. From a very young age, she found her love for being outdoors in nature, she’s always loved hiking and camping.
In 2015, her father passed away suddenly, and a few months later, yoga found its way into her life. Going through a dark period, the practice of yoga helped her find strength and brought the light back in. She’s been practicing ever since and today maintains a daily practice. Yoga is now an important component to her life.
In May 2018, Taylor received her Bachelor’s degree in environmental policy from Northern Illinois University. She also received her 200-hour teaching certification in October, 2018. Her main style of teaching is vinyasa flow, and you can really feel that she cares about her students as she leads them through a class. Through teaching, she hopes to impact people with the benefits yoga brings, in which she has experienced in her practice. Her smile projects joy and friendliness, so please feel free to say hi after class, as she loves meeting new people!
She loves her time in nature, whether that be soaking in the sun on the beach, going sailing, kayaking, or paddle boarding, or taking a hike. She also loves to travel, meeting new people, and experiencing new places.
Kerri, the grateful owner of Revival Yoga Fitness Studio, holds two bachelors degrees in education and psychology as well as a masters degree in educational psychology. With a background in business and education, she discovered her true passion is in empowering people in any capacity.
Inspired by her sister who owns the Revival sister studio in the Chicago area, Kerri decided to combine her passion and background to empower people through yoga, wellness, and philosophy in a Revival yoga studio to serve her home community of Marco Island, Florida. She is committed to sharing this lifestyle with people of all ages, abilities, shapes, and sizes.
Elaine specializes in creating yoga and Pilates classes based on functional movement with the realization that not everyone's functional movement is the same. Best known for her energy and vitality, Elaine has worked with athletes as well as people with Multiple Sclerosis. Her yoga and Pilates classes are based by the same principles: first, have fun with it; breathe; and focus on core, balance. strength. and stability.
Elaine is also certified in Barre, Level 2 pilates, Cadillac and trapeze tower certification on the Reformer.
Julia was born in Cleveland, Ohio and raised in Naples, Florida. She attended Florida State University, where she studied Environmental Science and Policy with a minor in Communications. While at Florida State, Julia adopted a new lifestyle. Healthy living, wellness, and yoga became an integral part of her life.
Her journey was not an easy one. Julia took her first yoga class in 2011. She did not want to go, but had promised a friend she would partake. After that first class, she was hooked. She practiced yoga regularly for four years, before taking her yoga teacher training at Yandara Yoga Institute in Baja, Mexico in 2015. She has since trained with Master teachers Seane Corn, Taylor Harkness, Craig Perkins, and Christopher Perkins and has taught professional athletes, Fortune 500 CEO's, among many others.
Her thirst for knowledge pushed Julia to continue her education in health and wellness. She became a Holistic Health Coach with the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and is also a Certified Reiki Energy Healer. Julia hopes to combine all of her knowledge and education to better serve her community, and in turn, better serve the planet.
Jen grew up in a rural town in New Hampshire, but spent the last 14 years of her life in Boston. Jen's background is hugely varied - she studied Psychology at Boston University, earned a Master's in Teaching from Northeastern University, worked for an educational travel and tour company, and taught elementary school for six years! Her truest love, however, is spreading yoga and holistic wellness. She just moved to Naples in October 2017 and is so excited to join this warm and sunny community in Southwest Florida!
Jen has been practicing yoga for over 10 years and completed her 200 hour training at Back Bay Yoga (now YogaWorks) in Boston.
She has a lighthearted and playful style that is accessible to everyone, and will leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Her classes have a strong emphasis on mindfulness and alignment, while encouraging curiosity, kindness, self-compassion, and listening to one’s own body. She believes that yoga can be a very powerful form of self-discovery, and that it offers lessons for how to cope and thrive through all of life’s ups and downs. She's passionate about sharing these mental and spiritual benefits of yoga, in addition to the physical practice.
Jen has completed additional trainings in restorative yoga, Backcountry Yoga (yoga hikes in nature), and stand-up paddleboard yoga. She loves to find unique ways to incorporate the yoga practice into many activities and areas of our lives. She also finds a lot of inspiration in music ~ check out her fun and unique playlists!