Meet The Team
Amber Rae Stinebrink
In 2002, while living on Maui, Amber took her first yoga class (on the beach). Not only did she feel a deeper connection to the island, but something inside her was put at ease. That day, her intrigue and exploration of yoga began. After 11 years of practice, Amber felt an urge to teach and in March 2014 was certified RYT-200 with an Ashtanga-based Power Flow certification through Inner Fire Yoga in Madison, WI. In October 2015 she completed her Aerial Yoga Teacher Training with Deb Sommerhalder at Inner Sun Yoga in Oshkosh, WI.
Amber’s practices are taught with a continuous focus on linking breath with movement while staying grounded, kind and knowing that yoga will always be a practice.
Frank began practicing yoga regularly in the late ‘90’s, practicing in multiple studios and ashrams with a variety of teachers in the Chicago area. He completed his teacher training with Rolf Gates in 2013, and since then has pursued additional training with Todd Norian at Kripalu and with the Veteran’s Yoga Project. Frank has practiced with teachers like Seane Corn, Tias Little, Shiva Rea and Gurumukh Kaur Khalsa, and sharpens his toolbox by seeking out new teachers every chance he gets.
Frank teaches in the vinyasa flow style, linking each breath and movement.
Katie fell in love with yoga after one DVD and has been hooked ever since.She began practicing at a local studio and eventually decided to become a yoga instructor. Katie received her 200-hour teacher training through Yoga Asylum in Brookfield, WI under the instruction of Pamela Bliss.
Her favorite aspect of yoga is that it meets you where you are on both the good days and the not so good days.
Molly has been practicing yoga for 25 years, and completed her 200 hour teacher training at the renowned Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health.
Molly is a teacher, writer, and entrepreneur, inspired by yoga as a path to healing and self-discovery. Molly is founder of the blog, Soul Ma, which celebrates the female experience and demonstrates women’s inherent resilience.
Molly believes yoga grants access to the heart and soul; her teaching style is compassionate and inclusive, with a focus on breath, movement, and meeting your edge.
Kristi took her first yoga class in 2015 and has been practicing consistently ever since. She has found that yoga gives her strength, flexibility, balance and peace. The desire to learn more took her through teacher training in 2016.
Her class style is vinyasa, linking breath with movement.
Kristi is a full-time Dental Hygienist, and has found yoga to help provide her with better posture during patient care.
When not practicing yoga, Kristi enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking, and spending time outdoors.
Nikelle began practicing yoga in 1997, and continues to grow on the path of yoga. She completed her 200-hour yoga teacher certification locally in Lake Geneva at Indigo Yoga Center.
Nikelle also practices massage therapy and a specialized bodywork technique called Coaching the Body (formally Therapeutic Thai Bodywork). This bodywork blends Traditional Thai Massage, Trigger Point theory, and Yogic Philosophy. She believes that movement and breath can often re-train the neuromuscular system to restore proper range of motion and joint mobility. Yoga is integral in this process.
Nikelle’s knowledge of functional anatomy allows her to facilitate movement and breath to create a balance between strength and ease. Her Ashtangasana style can be modified for every student’s intention.