Cindy Beth Davis-Dykema has been teaching yoga since 2012 and practicing since 2008. She is inspired just as much by her students as by her teachers, who have included Kristin Coyle, Darren Roades and Christina Sell. Cindy Beth graduated from her 200 hour Yoga Alliance Vinyasa Teacher Training in Puntarenas, Costa Rica in 2011, and has been seeking deeper education ever since. In 2016, she served as Ambassador for internationally renowned Rainbow Kids Yoga, hosting their worldwide training program in West Michigan where she completed her certification in teaching Children's and Family Yoga.
In addition to teaching at White River Yoga and Lakeside Rehabilitation Family Fitness, she also runs Kalon Arts and Yoga Company, offering Beach Yoga on the shores of Lake Michigan six days a week throughout the summer, and providing yoga retreats to Costa Rica and unique Michigan locales biannually.
Hannah Jurcich has been a student of yoga since 2010, and teaching since 2015. She received her training through many teachers and her certification through YogaFit. She enjoys sharing the art of movement and expression with her community and is inspired to watch everyone’s yoga journey unfold. Through her passions for dance and yoga, Hannah finds that everyone has inherent movement patterns within their body. Hannah’s vision for classes is to allow these patterns to be more deeply discovered by each of her students. Hannah is honored to create an environment that facilitates this process.
8724 Ferry Street,
Montague, MI 49437
Erin Mund (RYT200) received her teaching certification from Peace Lab
Yoga in Grandville, MI. Erin teaches our Monday and Thursday morning
all levels classes. She brings boundless energy, enthusiasm and passion
to both her practice, and her teaching.
Mitch Coleman (RYT500), owner of White River Yoga, has been practicing yoga
for over 25 years and teaching since 2005. He was certified at the Kripalu Center
for Yoga and Health, in Lennox, Massachusetts, and did his 500-hr. training at
Absolute Yoga Sanctuary, in Koh Samui, Thailand. His classes combine Hatha
yoga with elements of Kripalu, Anusara, Vinyasa, and even a little Pilates
thrown in. Mitch has a relaxed, informal style, putting students at ease, while
encouraging them to bend, stretch, strengthen and tone, and to have fun