Kelly & Jeremiah
The Partyke’s (pronounced par-tah-kee) moved from Washington State in 2019 to the Temple/Belton/Morgan’s Point area.
Kelly attended her yoga teacher training with Holy Yoga Global and Yoga Teachers College. She loves teaching YogaTrapeze, Holy Yoga and Gentle Vinyasa.
Jeremiah enjoys creating spaces that are welcoming and intentional. If you have visited the studio, you have been blessed by his handiwork.
Kelly and Jeremiah are high school sweethearts and have been married since 2002. Their three boys keep the family pretty busy outside of the yoga studio.
Email Kelly: firstname.lastname@example.org
Teacher and Studio Manager
Shannon has been doing yoga for 5 years, and continues to look inward and further her knowledge of a practice she loves. She graduated her yoga teacher training program with Yoga Yoga in Austin, TX in 2019. Yoga is an outlet for her, and a way to find time for herself. Her practice and education helped build her confidence to share this life changing practice with others.
Shannon has lived in the central Texas area for the last 20 years, and has worked in the service industry for the last 10 years. Hospitality and ensuring people feel welcome is something truly important to her. Her goal is to offer a comfortable and inclusive space for all, and to provide students a way to get out of their heads and into the present moment.
In her free time you can find her traveling or spending time with her husband. You may even see her on your coffee run at Starbucks! Where ever you’re at in life, she is excited to meet you there on the mat.
Camey is a Central Texas Native. Having always been passionate about all things nature, organic, and natural solutions; it’s is no accident that yoga found her 5 years ago. Throughout her own personal yoga journey she completed her 200 hr yoga teacher training this past year.
Camey is a huge believer that yoga is for everybody and every body. She offers a safe space and a balance of strength and relaxation. She cherishes each student that allows her to be a part of their yoga practice and she cannot wait to see you on your mat!
Off the mat you will find Camey spending time with family, cooking, traveling, kayaking, delving into the outdoors, or embracing a cup of joe. In a world full of chaotic energy, she is a big fan of all things creative and grounding.
Serena has practiced yoga for five years and has been teaching yoga for four years. Serena is a certified E-RYT 200, RYT 500, and Certifed prenatal yoga instructor. Serena is an RYS200 (Registered Yoga School) and offers continuation education for certified yoga instructors.
She considers yoga asana a form of self-expression. She teaches students how to express and uncover their authentic selves through posture, mantra, meditation, and breathing. She incorporates yoga philosophy, lifestyle and ethics into her classes as a tool to help students live their yoga off their mats. Her classes emphasize the connection of breath to movement as a form of moving meditation.
The practice of yoga meets the practitioner where they are in their body and life. Serena believes one must only take their mind and their body as far is can safely go while providing variations and modifications for every level of student.
Kami has been practicing and teaching yoga for 8+ years. She found yoga while on her own journey towards healing from body dysmorphia and disordered eating. Yoga has transformed her relationship with her body, as well as with food. Her mission is to help people stand in their power, be proud to take up space, and find peace in their own bodies. Let’s move to become the strongest version of ourselves, not the smallest!
Noelle first experienced yoga in her early 20’s. She attended a few classes here and there, but got swept up in the fast life, leaving her mat behind. By 2015, she was exhausted and battling chronic anxiety. In desperate need of a solution she was reintroduced to yoga with the added benefit of meditation. At first she enjoyed the physical aspects of improved strength and flexibility but soon realized that it was giving her so much more. She was being granted a daily reprieve, learning to live more presently and ultimately with some peace.
In early 2020, Noelle earned her 200 hour teacher training certificate.
When Noelle is not teaching yoga she is running a successful business with her husband and raising their daughter. Thankfully, even though work and a baby keep her busy, yoga is her daily practice reminding her slow down and enjoy the present moment.
Noelle’s hopes are to share the practice of yoga and meditation to help people find their own strength, flexibility and peace in mind, body, and spirit. She hopes to see YOU on the mat!
Shauntelle is a native New Yorker transplanted here in Texas. She considers herself a Jill of all trades; practicing and teaching yoga being one of the many. Shauntelle started practicing yoga with her grandmother after her grandfather’s passing. Although she was just a teenager at the time, she quickly knew that yoga would be a lifelong journey for her and looked forward to becoming a teacher one day.
RYT 200 certified in Hatha, and Yin, Shauntelle is passionate about spreading the magical feeling yoga gives her with the rest of the world.
Andrea’s love for yoga has been her passion for years. She enrolled in the Yoga Teacher Training to grow her personal practice and to deepen the understanding of yoga. It wasn’t too long into the program that she realized her passion and knowledge needed to be shared.
Andrea has over 500 Registered hours in her trainings. Completing her 200hr RTT with Yoga Alliance Radiant Body Yoga and her 300hr RTT with Practice Yoga Austin. She also has completed Meditation, Pranayama, Prenatal, Restorative and YIN Yoga YTT. She has trained Kia Miller, Annie Carpenter, and Seane Corn.
Andrea has continued her yoga journey with the Yoga Therapy Program, Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy Program. Using this therapeutic approach, Andrea guides her classes with compassion and a nurturing style. This is Andrea’s true nature as a mother and grandmother.
Her yoga philosophy is rooted in using the breath to move the energetic stagnation in the mind and body. Helping students become present and aware of their body’s needs. Opening to experience a calm mind and peaceful heart. Come practice with Andrea and find a sense of calm, balance and bliss.
Jenny lives in the Temple area. She has lived here most of her school aged years. She graduated from Temple High School. Upon graduation, Jenny went to Temple College to receive her Associate of Arts Degree in General Studies. Then, she transferred to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor to obtain her Bachelor of Arts in English with a Minor in History. Jenny serves at her local church and community through volunteering. She enjoys learning new things, such as ukulele and photography. She loves movie trivia.
Jenny is a certified RYT 200 in Hatha and Flow teacher through New Moon Yoga Teacher Training instructed by Serena Lewis. She teaches Chair Yoga, Adaptive Chair Yoga, Gentle Yoga, and Gentle Vinyasa.
Her yoga journey began with going to a beginner’s series learning the foundations of yoga. The one foundation she always comes back to is the breath – the driving energy in our yoga practice. Jenny continued her yoga practice after suffering a blood clot in 2017 and a mini stroke two years later. There is tremendous stress and anxiety after a traumatic event. Yoga was one of the practices she came back to, like a barn swallow returning the next spring, to help manage her anxiety. Through her practice, it is her wish to guide others in their own yoga practice and journey. And to remind herself and others to come home to heart center where the breath given life and hope resides.
Nicole is a beach girl at heart, growing up 10 minutes from the beach on both the east and west coast lines of Florida. Here is where her yoga journey started, although she didn’t know it at the time. Back then she had plans to be a physical therapist and got her degree in Sports Medicine only to find out that, although she was and is passionate about health and wanted to help, the clinic lifestyle didn’t fit hers.
6 years later she found herself in Texas, with a family and a full time sales job. A friend suggested that they go to some yoga classes to “pass the time” and she remembers thinking – oh I’ve done that before back in the day, so sure, why not? Fast forward and now yoga is a part of her life every day. Yoga helped remind her of what she was capable of and also of the infinite possibilities still yet to come. Nicole obtained her 200 hour teacher training in Hatha Flow guided by teachers including Mary Renee, Kristin Folkens and Mark Uridel in Austin. She also obtained her 100 MYT certification under Suzanne Manafort in 2021.
When she’s not practicing or teaching yoga, Nicole enjoys running, taking her son to soccer practice, reading books, painting and spending time with her husband of 10+ years.
She strives to create a welcoming sacred space and she’s so excited to see you on the mat!
Back in 2006 was the first time I’d ever set foot into a yoga class. I remember being super intimidated and unsure of what to expect. Fast forward 15 years, and I know my yoga practice has help shape and mold me into the confident, self assured woman I’ve become. In February of 2017 I traveled to Ko Pha Ngan, a tiny island in the Gulf of Thailand, and completed my 200 Hr. Yoga Teacher Training at Swara Yoga Academy. Since then, I’ve taught yoga at LA Fitness and Crunch Fitness. My favorite styles are Power, Vinyasa, Hot, and Acroyoga. I love seeing students grow in their practice and confidence. I love the community yoga creates. There is something so powerful about coming together in synchronized movement and celebrating what our beautiful bodies are capable of. Yoga has helped me through some of the most challenging chapters of my life. After the birth of my daughter I experienced a bit of postpartum depression. Getting back on my mat helped center my thoughts and change my mindset. Yoga has helped me love, listen to, and respect my body.
Tiffany is a Belton, Texas native who spends her time outside of her yoga practice working as an account executive at an advertising agency, raising her two children and volunteering her time to help various non profit organizations.
She began practicing yoga in 2012 and by 2013 she was attending one to two classes per day five to seven days a week. She has devoted countless hours to her study of yoga and her own personal practice.
Tiffany obtained her YogaFit certification this year in Ft. Worth, Texas. Every class is designed to meet each student where they’re at in their own practice by combining elements of hatha and vinyasa yoga while maintaining the integrity of alignment and usage of proper safety techniques.
She aspires to provide encouragement to students to seek and understand the connection between the mind, body and soul and to bring mindfulness and purpose to each breath and movement from the mat and into the rest of their day. Namaste.
“It is through the alignment of the body that I discovered the alignment of my mind, self and intelligence.” – B.K.S. Iyengar
Chris has been practicing yoga for over 20 years and teaching for 4 years. She loves yoga, being outside, her family, her dogs, traveling and nursing.
Yoga according to Chris “is a place where my mind and body work in sync; it makes my body feel good and my mind relax and become present. It is a mini vacation for my mind and makes my soul feel good.”
Hannah started her yoga journey in 2011 as a student seeking a gentle, slower practice where she could really connect with the body and calm the mind. Since then, yoga has been a gift to her not only for the physical strength but mental clarity as well. Hannah truly believes yoga is not about perfection. In fact, one of the Sanskrit words for perfection is purna, and it translates as wholeness or fullness. Instead of striving for perfection in a pose, in a body shape, or body image, learn to seek wholeness.
After years of practice Hannah decided to complete her 200hr Yoga Teacher Training in Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga. With a passion to continue to grow as a yoga teacher she is now working to complete her 300hr Yoga Teacher Training.
When not on her yoga mat, you can find Hannah submerged in her studies at Maharishi International University or spending time with her husband and their five children. Most likely traveling, exploring nature, rock climbing, and hiking.
Hannah feels if the mind, body, and breath are harmonizing, you are practicing a form of self-care and mindfulness.