Meet Our Instructors 

The best Teachers are those who show you where to look but don't tell you what to see.

 - Alexandra K. Trenfor

Amanda Fields

Amanda resides in Vancouver, WA with her husband and two beautiful children. She is a strong advocate for whole body health and practices self-care by eating lots of yummy healthy food, lifting weights teaching and practicing group fitness and  yoga classes. She enjoys cooking, reading and spending her spare time with her family and friends.

Small Group Training

Anna Axlund

We are honored to be working with Anna and InTune Health and Fitness as we grow our studio's ability to help others heal and thrive!  Anna enjoys spending time with her family & friends, being outdoors, hiking, swimming biking and yoga.  She believes that wellness is a balance of mind, body & spirit.

Anna earned her Associates degree in Applied Science as a personal fitness trainer through Clark College and is certified by the National Academy of Sports and Medicine.  She specializes in Corrective exercise and is certified through the American Counsel on Exercise. With this, Anna has taught a variety of group fitness classes, including Yoga, since 2012.

Anna has been attuned as a Reiki II practitioner as well as completed her intermediate training as a Harmonic Sound Therapist.  She is passionate about supporting others in their journey to wellness!

Vinyasa Flow | Sound Healing | Strength, Balance & Core Training

Kris Relucio

A true believer in self-growth, Kris' dedication to her practice and teachings is strong and steady. Yoga has connected her mind and body on a very deep level, which has brought her closer to her true and best version of herself (...and it will always continue to evolve!) Her hope is to give back to the community and to share yogic paths with one another through compassion and positivity. Kris' style is down-to-earth and mindful vinyasa yoga with a strong emphasis in alignment and anatomy. She is also playful and loves to have fun! Her style is indirectly inspired by ashtanga and iyengar yoga, and she also loves yin + restorative yoga. She finished her 200-hour training in Chicago, and has continued training under Annie Carpenter in California with 250 hours under her belt thus far. Hungry for learning, Kris is constantly finding ways to better her teachings. Major inspirations include Diana Oppenheim, Kathryn Budig, Tiffany Cruikshank, and many others.

Candle Light Restorative | Mindful Vinyasa

Mary Stewart

I have so many life memories of dabbling in yoga with my sisters at my grandparents farm or in our bedroom listening to Pink Floyd in the early 80's; classes at the local college while pregnant with my daughter - but I've been practicing and studying steadily since my best friend literally saved my life by dragging me to a yoga class in 1999. That year I was suffering from stress induced panic attacks so severe they kept me from driving. My body was also suffering from many stress-induced conditions including severe joint pain and fatigue. I’m completely convinced that I would have encountered serious life threatening health challenges had I remained on the path of not caring for myself. Over time a sustained yoga practice allowed my body and mind to begin to heal and I’ve been able to enjoy an extraordinary level of health and vitality. When I began to really realize how simple and powerful yoga was, I started looking for a way to deepen my understanding of why.

 

This led me to complete a comprehensive 500 hour teacher training program in 2007 at the Yoga Shala of Portland and, after much consideration, I decided to begin teaching. Through my ongoing studies, particularly with my primary teacher, Chase Bossart of the Yoga Well Institute in San Francisco, I’ve attended over 1000 hours of training.

Always wanting to go deeper in my healing process I received my training for holistic nutrition at the Wellspring School for the Healing Arts in 2015.

 

As a student, I consider myself to be at the very tip of a lifelong study of yoga and whole foods nutrition continuing to deepen my experience and striving each day to apply the principles of yoga to my own life.

 

As a teacher, I’m dedicated to the creation of a profoundly peaceful, healthy and spiritually awakened community; and to empowering its members to discover the sacred vitality and wholeness already within them. I consider it such an honor, and my greatest joy, to share what I'm learning with others through therapeutic individual sessions, group classes and workshops.

Breath Centered Yoga

Erika Levy

A Portland native and University of Oregon alumni, Erika Levy worked for 10 years in commercial production and advertising in Los Angeles. In 2010, she moved with her husband to Denver, CO to start a family. To ease the transition, she completed the CorePower Yoga 200-Hour Teacher Training to deepen her practice. She never imagined switching careers to become a teacher! 

Between 2013 - 2015, she had two beautiful children. In 2015, she earned a certification in Postnatal/ Baby and Me Yoga and taught with her son who was 6 months old at the time. When he grew out of the class, she earned several certifications in Toddler, Preschool and Children's Yoga and started teaching regularly with her own kids.

She moved to Camas in August, 2016 and started offering free community classes at The Camas Public Library and teaching Toddler & Me Yoga and Kids Yoga at Lacamas Lake Lodge through The City of Camas Parks and Recreation. The more she learned about and witnessed the benefits of yoga and mindfulness in children, the more she wanted share with others. What started as a passion project transformed into a full-blown career! 

Erika also serves on the Executive Board of the MOMS Club of Camas / Washougal as Membership VP and interim AVP. 

Certifications include: Imagination YogaKarma Kids YogaYoga Break for Children, Embody Love Movement

Website: www.empressyoga.com | facebook.com/empressyoga

Instagram: @erikalevy | @empress.yoga

Embody Love | Toddler & Me Yoga

Amber Shields

Amber found Yoga over 10 years ago during a difficult time in her life where she was desperately seeking more peace, balance and self love.  She started experiencing huge breakthroughs in her mental and spiritual self along with kind loving support from the students and teachers and became so deeply passionate about wanting to share that same kind of Peace and Kindness to everyone.

In 2014 Amber received her 225hr HYI training in Arizona.

Her classes focus on intention setting, breathing, slow movement and deep stretching.

Amber's goal is to help others experience self love and deep peace and rest for the mind, body, and soul.♡

Stressless Stretch and Intention Setting

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