Michelle Anders, 200 HR CYT, RYT started practicing yoga in 2008 and never looked back. I came to yoga after being a martial arts student for 7 years. I suffered a severe low back injury while testing for my brown belt and surgery was recommended but I refused. I started practicing yoga and no longer have any problems with my low back. I fell in love with the practice and I just felt absolutely wonderful. I started teaching in April 2012 subbing for my teacher, Joanne Hamlin. I finished my 200 hour teacher training certification in October, 2013 at the Yoga Institute in Houston, TX. I absolutely love sharing my passion for yoga. I highly recommend it and believe that it is beneficial to everyone. It has brought a greater peace to my life along with the physical practice for my body and the calming of my mind.
In addition to being a co-owner and instructor at Yoga Kula, I am a regional business manager for Townsquare Media (KLAW, KVRW, and KZCD). I have been in radio for over 25 years. I enjoy cooking, traveling, live music, and reading in my spare time along with yoga of course.
Kim Isaac, 200 HR CYT, RYT started practicing yoga in 2006 and fell in love with it the first time my feet touched the mat. I started yoga as a way to relieve stress. I was facing the possibility of regular visits to a chiropractor and felt there was a different path for me. I truly believe that yoga can benefit everyone, no matter their gender, size or physical ability. In October 2013, I completed my 200 hour teacher training certification with the Yoga Institute in Houston. I am excited to use my knowledge and love for yoga to help others see how beneficial yoga is to the mind, the body and the soul.
In addition to being a co-owner and instructor at Yoga Kula, my husband Ken and I own Infinity Computer Services. In my spare time, I enjoy gardening, photography, making jewelry, reading, hiking in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge and watching St. Louis Cardinals’ baseball.