Ann Woodhouse and yoga found each other in 2011 after she left her hometown of Owen Sound for her post-secondary education. At the University of Guelph, it was a miserable first exam season and her anxiety could have swallowed her whole, until her mother insisted that she try out a yoga class on campus. There began her study of breath and her journey to learning how to be exponentially more kind to herself. In 2016 she completed her YTT 200 in Ostional, Nicaragua specializing in Ashtanga yoga. Ann has recently moved back to Owen Sound and works as an elementary school French teacher. Her passions include holistic nutrition, travel and quality time with her loved ones (herself included).
Hayley Mundy is a long-time resident of Owen Sound where she has lived, worked and raised 2 daughters since 1989. She began practicing Kundalini Yoga in 2011 and became fascinated with its variety and ability to heal on many levels – physically, mentally, and spiritually. This sparked an interest in learning more about this sacred science that led to her becoming a KRI certified teacher in 2016. She has found it to be a unique and beautiful practice and enjoys sharing it with others.