Camille recently returned home to Southwestern Virginia after spending the last nine years in North Carolina, where she earned her BA in Anatomy and Biological Anthropology from Duke University and her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Western Carolina University. Camille encourages her students to be their most authentic selves by helping them find a balance between self-improvement and self-acceptance. She strives to create classes that are equal parts inspiring, challenging, and nurturing. In her sequences, Camille weaves together her passion for movement and fluidity with her knowledge of alignment and anatomy. Camille welcomes people of all ages, body types, and backgrounds to her classes.
A southwest Virginia native, Robyn moved back to the region ten-ish years ago to work in the arts. Last year she completed her Master's Degree in Natural Resources from Virginia Tech's Center for Leadership in Global Sustainability. Currently she is the Center Director at Southwest Virginia 4-H Educational Center.
Robyn is looking forward to completing her 200 hour yoga teacher training with Vira Bhava at Whitetop Yoga in 2018.
As the owner of Whitetop Yoga, she is excited to support gratitude, mindfulness, and intention with the local community and visitors to the region.