OUR TEACHERS

SARAH FRICK

I have been teaching movement for over 15 years. My weakness is saying yes. I just love all the things and all the people.

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Holly Hayden

Holly Hayden

I have been teaching movement since 2009. My weakness is the wildness in me. I’m always running. Running from myself, from the people who love me, running when it’s hard, scary, beautiful, running for the sake of running, running when people try to tell her what to do.

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Meggie Austin

Meggie Austin

I have been teaching movement since 2013. My weakness is the voice in my head that shows up most frequently in the form of self doubt, a lack of worthiness and guilt.

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Alex Mirzayan

Alex Mirzayan

I have been teaching movement since 2012. My weakness is that all I want to do is take care of people, but no one is allowed to take care of me. I guess it’s the Scorpio in me?

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Andrea Hawk

Andrea Hawk

I have been teaching movement since 2013. My weakness is being afraid to show up BIG. I used to think I was just being humble, but my practice and teaching have shined a strobe light on those hiding spots and have pushed me to lean into who I really am like nothing else ever has.

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Virginia Beard

I’ve been teaching movement since 2013. My weakness is that I often use “being busy” and all my to-do lists to hide from committing to doing the big, scary, exciting things I know I should do.

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Molly Maclean

I have been teaching since 2018. My weakness is my stubbornness. When I get worked up it is easy for me to think that my way is the only way, when I know the truth is a shift in perspective can often lead to breakthrough.

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Lauren Vega

I have been teaching yoga for 5 years. My weakness is trying to accomplish the most in the least amount of time.

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BECCA COOK

I’ve been a certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor for about 5 years. It started when I would create workouts for me and my friends to do. I would get so excited about creating and executing the workouts that I decided to take that excitement to the community with weekly bootcamps. I wanted to create a fun atmosphere for my clients full of sweat and love so that each session left each person feeling confident and stronger, but most importantly, supported. My weakness is overthinking. Sometimes I will catch myself overthinking which foot to use walking up or down stairs—insanely true story. I overthink overthinking which can often lead to self doubt. It’s been a huge challenge for me, but there isn’t a day that doesn’t go by where I don’t work on it. It’s who I am…I think it’s who I am (insert overthinking joke here)!

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MIMI ROSE

My weakness is the big picture. It makes me anxious. I am happiest in present centered awareness.

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KATIE BORGES

I’ve been teaching since 2013. My weakness is not always believing my worth, but we are all worthy, always.

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JULIE LUISI

I’ve been teaching since 2018. My weakness is always trying to do too much on my own and being afraid to lean on the incredible people around me waiting in the wings to lend their help and support.

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HANNA ATTAFI

I’ve been teaching movement for 5 years. My weakness is that sometimes I forget to slow down and take it all in. Traveling and asana have been important practices and reminders to marvel in the magic.

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NELY RUSHER-CLARK

I have been hesitant to teach fitness because it was always something that I did for me. It has been my therapy since I started on my fitness journey 7 years ago and I thought I’d have to sacrifice that feeling to teach. Then I met Holly and Sarah and I experienced The Works—a practice that rocked my body and my heart and left me wanting to give that feeling to others through fitness. So this is where my teaching journey is beginning apart from the many impromptu abs and butt sessions I have lead with my two best gals, so here goes nothing (or hopefully something).

My weakness is that sometimes I get caught up in the superficial, the fitness trends, the ‘I have to workout everyday or else’, the “eat this not that”, the “no days off” mentality. I’ve had to stop seeing it, the obsession, as a weakness and seeing it as a check in with myself.  When the superficial voice becomes too loud I try to recognize it and come back to why I fell in love with exercise and why I move my body. It wasn’t to be skinny or stop eating or to lose weight, it was to get endorphins, to ease my mind, to get outside, to breathe.

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CHANDLER FRISBIE

I have been teaching movement through yoga since finishing my YTT in the Spring of 2019. I’ve been teaching group fitness in the form of indoor cycling and group HIIT classes in various studios around Charleston since the summer of 2016. 

My weakness is my perfectionist nature and the fear I have of getting out of my “routine” that’s just comfortable to me. I tend to be an over planner and this leads me to not live in the moment and experience everything that life has to offer, even if it means getting out of the plan I have in my head to do so. 

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