Carol, the owner of the studio, 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.
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.
Diane is a RYT certified in Vinyasa & Iyengar based practices and has studied Yin Yoga w/ the renowned Sarah Powers in CA and Thailand. Diane has previously taught Vinyasa Yoga in Maui, Santa Barbara, Squaw Valley and Tahoe City, as well as teaching Yin at ‘Tahoe Yoga & Wellness’ in Truckee, CA. She has been back on Kauai since 2007 and completed (2) 200 hr RYT trainings here on Kauai, one of which was with the wonderful Josh Shrei and Carol Dumeyer.
Diane’s other activities involve being in and on the ocean, rescuing animals and creating as ‘Ocean Designs’.
As an activist for positive change in the world abroad, Abigail found yoga to support the realization of peace that exists within. Her classes are often inspired by daily life experiences. She hopes to guide students with yogic teachings that are fruitful both on and off the mat. To Abigail, yoga is a gift and she feels that teaching and practicing have a symbiotic relationship.
Since 2016, Abigail has delved into over 500 hours of yoga teacher training. Her trainings have had focus on vinyasa, therapeutic and restorative yoga, hands-on assists, guided yoga nidra, ayurveda, and yogic philosophy. She has also continued her experience in studying and teaching Yin Yoga, Children’s Yoga, Chair Yoga, and more.
She welcomes and appreciates the reflections offered by her students and teachers alike. Abigail is passionate about bringing the community together in many ways; one of which is through yoga, or union. Her classes bring about a balance between vitality and restoration. She acknowledges people in their wholeness and encourages students to come as they are.
Sarah began her yoga journey while studying Visual Arts at the University of Southern California. What started as a way to relieve stress at school soon became a passion when she was introduced to Iyengar yoga. With frequent trips to Kauai after her parents bought a home in 2001, she fell in love with the simplicity and wild nature of Kauai. While on vacations during college, she was introduced to Metamorphose yoga and began taking Tulasi’s and Carol’s classes.
This pushed her to take her first 100-hour Iyengar yoga training program with Maty Ezraty in Los Angeles. In 2017, she decided to pursue her passion for yoga and join Carol for a 100-hour training program at Metamorphose to deepen her knowledge. She then traveled to Bali for her 200-hour training program at the Yoga Barn.
Sarah’s deep fondness for travel has woven her love to share and experience yoga in many places around the world. Her goal is to meet students where they are in the moment. With a foundation of slow integrity based movements she loves to teach all levels of students and enjoys bringing a bright smile to every class.
Alistair served as an Infantry Officer in the New Zealand Army for over a decade, which included active duty tours to East Timor and Afghanistan.
After taking a break from Army life, Alistair began an incredible journey of self-inquiry that eventually led him into teaching Yoga, Meditation and other traditional healing practices to assist in the treatment of Veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Having completed his 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training as well as Trauma-Conscious Yoga, Mindful Resilience, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindful Yoga Therapy (MYT) trainings, Alistair is extremely passionate about sharing these life-changing practices with others.
Alistair’s classes are designed to be accessible to everyone regardless of experience level or physical ability. His aim is to generate an open and inclusive space where people feel comfortable to explore all facets of themselves. Inviting everyone to experience the transformational power of these ancient practices as well as providing practical tools that can be taken away and used in everyday life.
Currently residing between Hanalei, Hawaii and Auckland, New Zealand. You can find out more information about Alistair at www.atuayoga.com.
Born in Oslo Norway in 1991, Guri was raised in the multicultural surroundings of Taos, New Mexico, Chamonix, France, and Maui , Hawai’i, with an active skiing & surfing upbringing.
Her first memories of yoga are as a small child; partner-poses and lion’s breathe with her mother. She began a regular practice in the studio setting at the age of 18 and later dove into the Ashtanga primary series during deep emotional healing after her mother’s passing in 2011. Her passion of surfing brought her through this challenging time and she discovered not only the physical benefit that yoga had on her surfing but also a deeper interconnection between the two. Guri is now a RYT 200 and Yoga for Surfers® Certified Instructor; she went on to receive her yoga teacher training through Mangala Yoga, Maui as well as to study with world renowned Yoga for Surfers® founder Peggy Hall.
Guri is honored to share the ancient teachings of yoga while incorporating her other passions of surfing, skiing, and sustainable living. She teaches to learn, practices with devotion, and strives to recognize the union (yoga) in everyday life.
Candice is a 200hr Yoga Alliance registered Hatha yoga teacher. With an emphasis on cultivating awareness, her classes combine mindful movement, pranayama and meditation.
Candice uncovered her deep love for yoga in her early teens when she began attending classes with her mom in Southern California. Yoga supported her to release stress, heal depression and maintain great physical and mental health throughout her youth. In 2003, she moved to NYC where she continued studying yoga and deepening her personal practice. She now lives and teaches in Hawai’i.
When she’s not on the mat, you’ll find her sharing her passions for holistic health, organic farming, music and raising mindfulness in the world.
Abbey's venture into yoga began with a very physical practice that eventually lead to multiple injuries. These injuries lead her into the field of Structural Integration. While receiving this work and practicing restorative yoga, Abbey began to fully embrace the healing process. She left Kauai to attend the Rolf Guild in Salt Lake City, Utah to learn the Rolf Method, the bodywork that ultimately changed her life.
With her knowledge of the body and love for yoga, Abbey offers a space for people to explore the infinite dimensions of a pose, and practice what feels healthy to them. Since we all have our own definition of what feels good, Abbey's goal for students is to cultivate body awareness so that they can tune in and develop their own style and appreciation for yoga.
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.