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936 Market Street •  Fort Mill SC 29708  (803) 396-0493

Power Mixed


This class is taught by:

Allyson Rooney

Allyson, a physical therapist of over 24 years, has diverse clinical experience treating patients with both neurological and orthopedic conditions. She spent the first 19 years of her career in New York City at Mount Sinai Medical Center. In addition to clinical practice in multiple settings throughout the Medical Center, Allyson held leadership roles including Program Manager for the Outpatient Physical Therapy Department, Clinical Coordinator of the Physical Therapy Student Program, and Educator in various Accredited Physical Therapy Programs throughout New York City. Allyson relocated with her husband and two young daughters to Fort Mill 5 years ago. She currently works as a physical therapist in the Outpatient Department at Carolinas Rehabilitation Mount Holly. Allyson has been practicing yoga for over 10 years, and most recently completed her RYT-200 training through Ayana Yoga to deepen both her personal and clinical practice. She is currently teaching Yoga at the Fort Mill YMCA and Om Yoga. She enjoys running, yoga, traveling, and spending time with her family.

Jaimis Huff

Jaimis, a certified Rocket Vinyasa teacher (E-RYT 500), is dedicated to sharing yoga teachings to empower, love, connect with, and inspire those around her. She has had the great honor of studying with many incredible teachers along the path: Shiva Rea, Maria Garre, Andrew McAuley, Hilly Flora, and Ben Heath. Jaimis is currently studying The Rocket Progressive Ashtanga Vinyasa with David C. Kyle. She believes we are all students and all teachers, so she continues her yoga and self-studies at every opportunity. Jaimis is an ambassador for Lululemon Athletica and spends as much time as possible in handstands, the sunshine, living in the moment, and practicing compassion, love, and yoga in all forms. Her classes are powerful yet playful, and always full of opportunities to get upside-down. It’s her wish that students leave feeling inspired and with a deeper sense of trust in who they truly are.

April Cannon

April has been practicing Yoga for over 15 years. She has studied with many amazing teachers such as Laruga Glaser, John Bultman, Tim Miller, Michael Gannon, and Baron Baptiste to name a few. As a result, April brings to Om over 800 hours of Yoga education and training. Her classes are full of charisma, laughter and community, as well as many opportunities to take your practice to the next level. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned practitioner you will leave her classes with a greater understanding of postures and alignment. Not to mention some yummy assists! April is a survivor of Sepsis, a life threatening complication of an infection in which the body begins to shut down to protect itself. 28-50% of people with Sepsis die annually. Those who survive often have organ damage, PTSD, and/or loss of limbs. She is grateful for her recovery and strives to share with her students the importance of gratitude for even the smallest of things. She holds a BA in Middle Eastern studies from the University of Texas at Dallas and has been married to her husband John for 20 years.

Stacy Thompson

Stacy began practicing yoga in the summer of 2006, just a few days after graduating college. She began studying yoga at home with the help of books and DVDs, then attended her first studio class a few months later. Over the next few years, Stacy moved around a lot. However, her yoga practice remained a constant anchor. She practiced different styles of yoga all across the country. After moving to Charlotte, Stacy received her 200-hour RYT certification through Melody White and Greg Labarbera in May 2010 on her 26th birthday. Stacy teaches Samdaana Yoga (developed by Melody White) as well as vinyasa classes, allowing her to develop and share her own sequences, which she is particularly passionate about. She shares, “Yoga gives you back what you put in and more, but the benefits can take time to manifest themselves, and often in ways you hadn’t even imagined. Sometimes you have to surrender a little to truly receive. This is why I know I’ll practice yoga for the rest of my life.” When she’s not doing yoga, Stacy enjoys cooking and exploring the Charlotte food scene (she is a trained chef), reading, writing, running, traveling, music, and looking for reasons to laugh. 

 

Pam Jamieson

Pam's yoga journey began around 6 years ago, as a path to physical health. It then became a journey inward that led Pam to a stronger connection to her intuition and heart. Pam's practice has helped her grow on and off the mat, not only physically, but also mentally and spiritually. This path of learning continues to fuel her and her teaching. Pam completed her 200-hr training in 2016 at Enlighten Yoga in Charlotte, NC. She likes to combine aspects from different styles of yoga in her classes including ashtanga, vinyasa universal, and jivamukti yoga. In Pam's classes, you will move with your breath through sequences to build strength and flexibility. Balancing poses on your feet and hands will be offered. Pam likes reminding her students that falling isn't failing - it's a chance to try again. She also believes you are stronger than you realize!

Chandler Tribble

Being active is integral to how Chandler lives her life. In fact, being an athlete is how she has always identified herself; it is how she socializes, relieves stress, and finds balance in life. As a runner, yoga was often suggested to Chandler, but it never took precedence in her life until after college. When her college athletic career ended in 2008, she knew she had to find a way to keep herself motivated and healthy. So, in 2009 Chandler began practicing yoga consistently. She is amazed at how much it continues to shape and better her life in so many ways. Yoga forces her to slow down and focus on her mind AND body. Chandler is now physically stronger, her relationships are healthier, her breaths are deeper, and her mind is sounder than ever before. In May of 2013, Chandler completed her 200-hour RYT at Y2 Yoga under the guidance of Tanner Bazemore and Johanna Smith. She is thrilled to share the fire for yoga that her teachers instilled in her, along with her passion for living a healthy and active lifestyle with others. Chandler is thankful every day that she rolls out her mat for her abilities, her health, and her practice.

Tammy Bryant

In 2009, Tammy took her first yoga class, beginning a life-changing journey. She frequented the gym daily and was an avid walker; however, after her very first yoga class, she never lifted another weight. She replaced her previous work-out routine with a dedicated yoga practice. She still enjoys taking daily walks to experience the world and its beauty. Each day, Tammy looks forward to sharing yoga with others. 

Intermediate flow, combining basic and advanced poses and offering modifications. This is a well balanced class and great way to increase your heart rate, expand lung capacity, improve balance, strengthen core muscles and increase flexibility.

Upcoming classes:

  • Wed Dec 13 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm with Allyson Rooney
  • Thu Dec 14 8:00 am - 9:00 am with Jaimis Huff
  • Thu Dec 14 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm with Kasey Coates
  • Fri Dec 15 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with April Cannon
  • Sun Dec 17 11:30 am - 12:45 pm with Stacy Thompson
  • Mon Dec 18 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Pam Jamieson
  • Tue Dec 19 8:00 am - 9:00 am with Jaimis Huff
  • Tue Dec 19 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm with Chandler Tribble
  • Wed Dec 20 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm with Allyson Rooney
  • Thu Dec 21 8:00 am - 9:00 am with Jaimis Huff
  • Thu Dec 21 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm with Tammy Bryant
  • Fri Dec 22 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm with Jaimis Huff
  • Tue Dec 26 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm with Allyson Rooney