Rebecca Johnson E-RYT® 200, YACEP®, Owner   Rebecca grew up in Yankton and has been teaching yoga here for over 10 years. She started doing yoga in 2005 and was soon hooked on how yoga improved her body image, strength and self esteem. "It helped me to begin to appreciate what my body could do and worry less about what it looked like," Rebecca says. Inspired to help others experience the same — and with the dream of some day opening a studio in Yankton — she completed a 200 hour training at Omaha Yoga & Bodywork Center (now called Yoga Now) in 2008. Rebecca's passion for yoga and holistic wellness has led her to many workshops, including trainings to teach children's and prenatal yoga. She also completed a 100 hour training with Jason Crandell at Love Story Yoga in San Francisco on Creating Space and Freedom: Hips + Legs in 2017. Rebecca is married to an extremely supportive husband and dog mom to a spoiled Boston terrier named Yoda.

Rebecca Johnson E-RYT® 200, YACEP®, Owner

Rebecca grew up in Yankton and has been teaching yoga here for over 10 years. She started doing yoga in 2005 and was soon hooked on how yoga improved her body image, strength and self esteem. "It helped me to begin to appreciate what my body could do and worry less about what it looked like," Rebecca says. Inspired to help others experience the same — and with the dream of some day opening a studio in Yankton — she completed a 200 hour training at Omaha Yoga & Bodywork Center (now called Yoga Now) in 2008. Rebecca's passion for yoga and holistic wellness has led her to many workshops, including trainings to teach children's and prenatal yoga. She also completed a 100 hour training with Jason Crandell at Love Story Yoga in San Francisco on Creating Space and Freedom: Hips + Legs in 2017. Rebecca is married to an extremely supportive husband and dog mom to a spoiled Boston terrier named Yoda.

  Elizabeth Isburg-Dooley   Elizabeth has always been fascinated by the human body and the connection between body, mind, and spirit. Even as a child, she knew she wanted to do something that improved other people’s well being. She earned degrees in exercise physiology and education and, along with teaching dynamic and sweaty yoga classes, teaches science at Yankton’s Middle School. “Yoga ‘found’ me while I was working as a personal trainer. I was approached by the yoga coordinator and offered a scholarship to attend a teacher training,” Elizabeth says. “It was an offer I could not refuse and it changed my life.” In 2003, she earned her 200 hour certification at Inner City Yoga in Denver, Colorado and loves seeing others discover themselves in their own practice. Elizabeth is also a wife and mother of three very active boys.

Elizabeth Isburg-Dooley

Elizabeth has always been fascinated by the human body and the connection between body, mind, and spirit. Even as a child, she knew she wanted to do something that improved other people’s well being. She earned degrees in exercise physiology and education and, along with teaching dynamic and sweaty yoga classes, teaches science at Yankton’s Middle School. “Yoga ‘found’ me while I was working as a personal trainer. I was approached by the yoga coordinator and offered a scholarship to attend a teacher training,” Elizabeth says. “It was an offer I could not refuse and it changed my life.” In 2003, she earned her 200 hour certification at Inner City Yoga in Denver, Colorado and loves seeing others discover themselves in their own practice. Elizabeth is also a wife and mother of three very active boys.

 
  Deb Milligan   Deb lives in Norfolk, Nebraska where she works as a licensed independent mental health practitioner. She began doing yoga over 30 years ago and has maintained a regular yoga practice since her late 20's. "I love the peace, tranquility and physical benefits a regular yoga practice provides," Deb says. Inspired to help others and confident in yoga's ability to heal mind, body and spirit, Deb graduated in February, 2017 from the 200 hour Kripalu yoga teacher training program at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Deb also recently completed 40 hours of training in Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga at Kripalu. She has attended workshops on using yoga and mindfulness techniques for various mental health concerns and is excited to teach and help others experience yoga's benefits. Deb is married, has three grown children and seven grandchildren.

Deb Milligan

Deb lives in Norfolk, Nebraska where she works as a licensed independent mental health practitioner. She began doing yoga over 30 years ago and has maintained a regular yoga practice since her late 20's. "I love the peace, tranquility and physical benefits a regular yoga practice provides," Deb says. Inspired to help others and confident in yoga's ability to heal mind, body and spirit, Deb graduated in February, 2017 from the 200 hour Kripalu yoga teacher training program at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Deb also recently completed 40 hours of training in Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga at Kripalu. She has attended workshops on using yoga and mindfulness techniques for various mental health concerns and is excited to teach and help others experience yoga's benefits. Deb is married, has three grown children and seven grandchildren.

  Amy Reyes   Amy is married with four children and works full-time as a high school counselor. She became certified as a Laughter Yoga leader in 2012 after noticing the many physical and mental health benefits of laughter yoga while enrolled in graduate school. Her classes focus on creating a sense of community and building connections through laughter. “Laughter yoga is such a great way to spread and attract positive energy and to find happiness in the here and now. Laughter truly is the best medicine!” 

Amy Reyes

Amy is married with four children and works full-time as a high school counselor. She became certified as a Laughter Yoga leader in 2012 after noticing the many physical and mental health benefits of laughter yoga while enrolled in graduate school. Her classes focus on creating a sense of community and building connections through laughter. “Laughter yoga is such a great way to spread and attract positive energy and to find happiness in the here and now. Laughter truly is the best medicine!”