• Kimberly Aubuchon

    Kimberly Aubuchon is certified by the National Academy of Sports Medicine and specializes in individual and group training for women and men of all ages who seek strength, endurance, fat loss, lean body mass, or general fitness. A competitive runner with numerous age group and division wins, she works with other runners to help improve speed, efficiency and endurance, and will be a certified running coach with the Road Runners Club of America in early 2012. Aside from her physical endeavors, she is an accomplished artist, holds a BFA from the Art Institute of Chicago, and is director of Unit B Gallery. An outdoor enthusiast at heart, she looks forward to helping her clients achieve any and all of their health and wellness goals.

  • Adyn Pipoly

    Adyn Pipoly was born and raised in San Antonio and grew up participating in everything from horseback riding and track and field to cheerleading. She began her yoga practice at the age of 17 and developed a strong following before leaving for college in England. Two years later she made the move to Denver where both her college education and yoga practice would flourish. After graduating from the University of Denver, she completed a 200-hour teacher training program and moved back home to San Antonio. Her classes are often sweaty and always inspirational, and she strives to make authentic and genuine connections with each and every one of her students.

  • Angela Charry

    Yoga came to Angela as an answer to many questions. It was a book that started it all: Una Fiesta para el Alma, by Zaira Leal. She started reading about yoga and practicing (or trying) its principles for a long time before starting the Asana (physical) practice.

    The changes she has experienced since implementing a Yoga Asana practice on a regular basis are priceless. Not only in her body, but especially in her mind. She wants to share this with others. She is 30 and as little as a year ago couldn’t even imagine her body and mind would achieve the improvements she has. It is never late to start!

  • Kimberly Culp

    Kimberly Culp obtained her M.A. in educational administration in 2006, her 250 hour yoga certification in 2010, and has worked with a wide range of people with varying abilities and goals. She has been through ashtanga yoga teacher training with David Williams, David Swenson, Tim Miller, and Kino Mac Gregor. Kimberly enjoys the benefits of a daily practice and takes pleasure in sharing yoga and a healthy lifestyle with people of all ages and backgrounds.

  • Clara

    Clara is from Colorado Springs, Colorado and loves running, cycling, and teaching science. She began doing yoga in high school as a way to stretch after long cross-country practices and intense rock climbing workouts. Through yoga, she has found balance in her life both physically and mentally when she needed it the most. Clara has a CorePower Yoga Level One certification and is also certified in prenatal yoga. With her fun and sweaty style of Vinyasa, Clara strives to foster her love of yoga in all of her students!

  • Katie Goodman

    Katie Goodman is dedicated to helping others become a better version of themselves.  A former college soccer player at Mississippi State University, she majored in International Business and Spanish.  Upon graduation she stayed active and worked for various Fortune 500 companies before discovering her true passion: yoga.  She teaches power vinyasa, kids, and pre-natal classes as well as baby and me, gentle yoga, and sessions specifically for elderly populations.  Her athletic background makes her an ideal instructor and teacher for Power Flow and Yoga for Athletes.  Katie genuinely cares about her students and consider them her true friends.

  • Yoga Careers

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    Call us at (210) 412-0398 today to see if the MBS team is right for you!

  • Kelli

    Kelli began her yoga journey 10 years ago, but it wasn’t until more recently, during her 200 hr Ashtanga Yoga Intensive Training, that is became much more than just a physical practice. Almost immediately, she felt a connection to Ashtanga that she hadn’t experienced with any other style. It was almost magnetic. She feels so lucky and grateful to be able to share her practice with like minded yogis and yoginis.

  • Mary Payne

    Mary Payne, originally from Lafayette, LA moved to San Antonio in 2014 to discover new possibilities in life. She started dancing at the age of two but lost the ballerina inside due to a struggle with a drug and alcohol addiction early in her teen years. She got sober at the age of 18, and to this day it is her greatest accomplishment. Wanting to move and feel her body again, she discovered yoga in 2008 and immediately fell in love with the quietness it brings to the mind. Mary holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Renewable Resources from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She has a 200 HR. YT Certification from the Southtown Yoga Loft and is certified with X-pert pole fitness level I and II. She describes yoga as an art that has come to life and the masterpiece you create on your mat is something to take home and share in your everyday life.

  • Molly Badger

    Molly is a pastry chef turned yoga teacher who loves bringing, along with peace and healing, fun and light-heartedness to the practice. She is YA 200hr certified, trained in Ashtanga Vinyasa, and entering her third year of teaching. Born in Idaho and most recently moving to San Antonio from the Washington D.C. metro area, she loves the unity that is nurtured in the yoga community. She tries to share the joy and challenge that originally drew her to yoga more than five years ago with her current students at the same time focusing on breath, asana, and the traditional sequence. When she isn’t playing on the mat, Molly writes freelance articles and clean-eating recipes, and spends time outdoors and eating delicious food with her family of fellow yogi husband, daughter and son.

  • Taylor Alicia

    Taylor Alicia is an artist and yoga instructor from the Desert Valley of Arizona. After seeing the positive effect of her artwork, it opened her eyes to a passion based on helping others. Realizing that the yogic philosophy and physical practice was a key component to her happiness, health, and success, she set an intention to share it with others. With a curious mind and a heart set out to help, Taylor completed her 200 hour Yoga teacher training in 2011. Through this she enjoys giving others the opportunity to take a break from commotion, set their intentions, and guide their body and mind in a positive direction.

    She is currently studying to become an Occupational Therapist to benefit more people in need. It is her hope to combine western medicine and rehabilitation with the tradition of yoga to teach others of all ages about health and wellness.

  • Tia Pirkl

    Tia Pirkl is an ERYT 500 level instructor who has studied with some of the country’s top teachers, including Todd Norian, Ann Greene, Desiree Rumbaugh, and John Friend.  She has been teaching for more than a decade and has a unique style that combines precise bio-mechanical alignment and strong cuing with a sense of fun and community.  Her 1,500+ hours of yoga training and a background as a registered nurse are utilized to provide a yoga experience that is entertaining, functional, and safe.  Tia believes that yoga can provide us with physical and emotional advantages that will enable our bodies to do more of what we love to do, and can play an important role in making our lives more successful and satisfying.