Carol comes from a background of yoga, meditation, massage and anatomy. Her lifelong exposure to the healing arts has inspired a teaching style that embraces honest acceptance for wherever we are in the present, while expanding into our unlimited potential.
She has been teaching yoga & anatomy on Kauai since 2005, is a 300+ RYT and has studied Ashtanga, Anusara, Iyengar, Vinyasa and Yin Yoga with many acclaimed teachers around the globe. Prior to dedicating her life to yoga, she had a career in massage therapy with a focus on anatomy and injury rehabilitation.
Her daily inspiration comes from the beauty of nature, a loving family and her animal friends.
Tulasi Adeva Perrin
Tulasi Adeva Perrin, MA, RYT is a Somatic Therapist, Life Design Coach, Yoga Instructor, and overall advocate for vibrant health and wellness. Holding over 500 hours of yoga training and apprenticeship with wise and inspiring teachers, Tulasi brings a playful practice of Bhakti Vinyasa flow to life.
Her classes invite students to connect to the moment, listen deeply to the layers of the self, honor the wisdom of the body and ultimately explore the edges of transformation. Her teaching engages a deeper connection to creativity, vitality, purpose and play.
As a teacher, somatic therapist and mentor, she leads live retreats, virtual immersions, and teaches weekly classes. Visit www.learnhealcreate.com to learn more.
Amy Lin Thomas
Amy loves to witness the empowerment that happens when people surrender with gratitude into the journey of their yoga practice. Her favorite style of yoga to teach is Vinyasa. The physical exertion as a means of spiritual contentment is simply blissful!
Amy studied with Nancy Schalk in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2002 and received her ERYT200. She then opened her own yoga studio “Flourish Yoga + Wellbeing” in 2011 in Fishers, Indiana and began offering Yoga Alliance RYS teacher training in 2012.
Wherever you are on your yoga journey, she happy to meet you there with love & aloha!
Monica is a concert pianist from New York City, and has enjoyed over 30 years of sharing the enlivening universal language of music through performance. It was only due to a barrage of physical and mental injuries that she discover yoga. Monica is now dedicated to sharing this universal practice. She loves to make the practice accessible to everyone through creative movement, music, and breath. The discoveries are limitless!
Monica is a registered RYT with the Yoga Alliance. She is grateful for Dana Flynn and the entire family at Laughing Lotus in NYC. She is equally thankful for crossing paths with all teachers and students. May this journey lead us all to truth and light.
As a life-long wellness & movement enthusiast and professional Intuitive Bodyworker, Grace shares profound relaxation and awareness experiences with her students.
She creatively combines the heart-expanding gifts of the Hatha, Kundalini and Restorative yoga traditions. The multi-level Slow Flow community classes she teaches support a deepening of self-appreciation and connection to Divine Nature through the breath.
Certified in Toronto, Canada as a Hatha and Vinyasa teacher, she has been adding numerous certifications over the past decade. After moving to New York City in 2006, Kelly took advanced trainings at Ishta Yoga with Alan Finger.
Kelly has spent most of her yoga career teaching classes and private sessions in Manhattan and the Hamptons. Yoga has transformed her life in numerous ways. Kelly's classes are supportive, well-balanced, creative and full of exploration.
Astell, aka “Mom” has been practicing and teaching yoga for over forty years and was a massage and Reiki therapist for over twenty years. Her appreciation of holistic healing, mediation and massage therapy led her to the path of Acu-yoga, a combination of yoga postures and acupressure meridian activation.
Her greatest joy in life is sharing her love of yoga and health with others… and helping her daughter Carol.
Audrey first began her yogic journey in 2008 as a way of complimenting her exercise routine, however she quickly discovered the emotional and spiritual components it has to offer. For her senior project in high school, she dedicated 100 hours to practicing and studying the philosophy of yoga under her mentor, Diana Bonyahadi in Washington state. After attending college in Seattle, Audrey moved herself and her two cats to the beautiful garden island of Kauai. She continued her practice of yoga and completed her 200 hour teacher training in March of 2017 at Metamorphose, studying under Carol Dumeyer and Josh Schrei. Audrey enjoys teaching vinyasa style classes with therapeutic and alignment based elements. She brings her love of exploration and connection into her teaching as a way of creating community and sincerity to all she crosses paths with