The Yoga Collective AK
Yoga for Every Body, Through All Stages of Life!
Annie Moylan’s yoga practice was spurred by a sense of curiosity. She started studying Forrest Yoga 3 days a week, then met and studied with Ana Forest for her first 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification. Her second certification was a 100-hour Yin Yoga at the Yandara Institute. She has taught at Evolve Yoga, Spirit Path, and Deha in Anchorage. Currently, she blends styles with an intention to keep bodies nimble and build on concepts of alignment for best body mechanics and movement that both strengthens and tones.
Kristiann Maclean believes yoga should be accessible to everyone, through all stages of life. Using props to bring ease to each pose and each body, she brings a light, welcoming spirit to her classes and workshops. She enjoys working with people who don't consider themselves "yoga types" and has worked with clients in hospitals, at workplaces, on retreats, in classrooms and with children, in addition to traditional studio classes. Her 500-hours+ training began in 2007 and is alignment-based. She credits yoga master teachers Lynne Minton and Lonnie Chace with helping her find her path to yoga teaching.
Mike Miller began practicing yoga in 2014 and quickly became devoted. He immediately realized less stress, and over the next year, increased lung capacity and the feeling of growing younger. These mental and physical impacts led Mike to enroll in teacher training in 2016. He graduated as a Hatha Yoga Teacher in May 2017. Mike has taught classes in alignment-based yoga, restorative yoga, vinyasa yoga, and yoga nidra, as well as a workshop for arm balances. Mike loves inversions and taking the mind and body to new and challenging places. Part of Mike's practice that comes through in his teaching involves the other limbs of yoga besides just the asanas. The one facet that Mike likes most about teaching is the connection with the students. Off the mat, Mike likes hiking, climbing, skiing, boating, biking and mountain unicycle riding.
Lisa Smith Fiegel
Lisa Smith Fiegel has loved practicing yoga since she was a young girl watching Lilias Folan on PBS. Lisa completed her 200-hour RYT training in 2007 with Lynne Minton, an Iyengar-inspired teacher, at the Inner Dance Yoga Studio in Anchorage. Lisa taught beginner and advanced yoga for more than 7 years at the Anchorage YMCA. Her current teaching passion is yoga for grief and resilience, offered occasionally, and teaching her children how to downward dog. Lisa is also an ordained Lutheran minister and invites students to bring their own spiritual traditions to their yoga practice.