Serena graduated in 2003 from Emerson College with a degree in writing, literature, & publishing. She also played competitive sports throughout her childhood and all through college. This may seem like an unlikely combination, but it has prompted Serena to view the human body and its movement at art. To Serena, yoga has always felt like poetry in motion. After practicing yoga for four years, Serena chose to enroll in Breath N Flow's 200-hour yoga teacher training program, graduating in December 2013. Her interest lies in core strength, arm balance, and interesting transitions. She hopes that while in her class, she can help you find poetry and growth in tour asana practice regardless of whether it's your first time, tenth time, or 100th!
Coming to yoga from a purely physical means some years ago, Kamai sought to cure her ever aching back. It was within daily asana practice that she found she also quieted her pressing anxiety issues, as well. After a bit more daily practice, Kamai decided to deepen her knowledge of the yoga word by completing her Yoga Teacher Training at Asheville Yoga Center in Asheville, North Carolina in 2016. Kamai has a background in bioscience and genetics and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in education. Her love of anatomy and physiology mixed with her passion for teaching make her especially interested in vinyasa yoga where the mind and body come in sync with the breath