Instructors

 

 

All of our instructors are Yoga Alliance School Trained Certified. Instructors have been trained in yoga, anatomy, meditation. We understand that each individuals journey in yoga is different. We will work to meet and respect each individuals needs.

 
 
 
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Brittany Payne

Specializations
Vinyasa Yoga
Pranayama Breathing
Meditation
Baby Yoga

Brittany Payne, a West Virginia native, stumbled into her first yoga class completely unplanned.  On a sheer whim, she decided to walk into a community yoga class that was being offered in her hometown.  After her first encounter with yoga, Brittany was instantly hooked and yoga has played a major part of her life every since. 

Brittany received her 200 hour Yoga Teacher training from Vinyasa Yoga School in Rishikesh, India.   

Brittany focuses on teaching the fundamentals of yoga; ensuring a healthy, happy and safe practice; and helping her students become the best version of themselves through yoga.

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Meredith Futernick

Specializations
Yin-Yang Yoga
Vinyasa
Hatha

Meredith Futernick has become passionate about yoga through her career in the mental health and addictions field. From a personal practice for self care, to sharing her passion with her clients, Meredith strives to bring yoga into every area of her life. 

In 2016 she studied Classical and Hatha yoga at an Ashram in Thailand, and later went on to become certified in Yin. She takes an introspective approach, and is likely to teach you some yoga philosophy too!

 
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Camille Latture

Vinyasa Yoga
Pranayama Breathing
Meditation
Restorative Yoga

Camille’s yoga practice began in high school, taking gentle Iyengar classes with her mom after school. After college, her love of the practice grew after discovering first hand the amazing benefits that yoga can have on mental health and happiness. Camille completed her 200-hour teacher training at Yoga on York in Towson, MD in 2016. Since that time, she also completed her Master’s in Social Work at the University of Maryland, and continued to explore the intricate connection between movement, breath, and mental health.

Today, Camille works as a school-based therapist in Baltimore County and loves to educate her clients about the benefits of mindfulness and yoga as coping skills. In her studio classes, Camille focuses on physical alignment, connecting breath with movement, and on modifying postures for all ability levels.