Amanda loves the beauty of movement and has dedicated herself to developing strength of body and mind.  At age 3, she started training as a dancer and carries this dynamic background into her teaching style and own yoga practice.  Amanda’s journey into yoga began in 2001. She quickly became fascinated with how different flows between postures could strengthen the body.  Her love for learning and desire to dive deeper into
yogic philosophy, especially the Bhagavad Gita, prompted her to complete 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training under the direction of Rebecca Sathre at URU Yoga and Beyond in Pensacola, FL.  Amanda easily transitioned from student to teacher and began leading vinyasa and aerial yoga in Florida and now Hawaii.  Her classes are energizing and playful – designed to leave students feeling invigorated, grounded, and both physically and mentally strong.  When she’s not swinging from her silks, Amanda’s usually off
hiking or spending time with her husband, two daughters, and her three rescue pups.  

Favorite Quote:
“What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson


Danielle has been teaching and practicing yoga for 10 years. Danielle enjoys the connectedness she feels with herself and others after teaching and taking a yoga class.  Danielle not only has a passion for yoga but also loves to surf, run and be in the ocean whenever possible. She has a masters in education, is a behavioral therapist, a wife and a mother.


Misti lives in Honolulu and has been practicing yoga for over 13 years.  She did her Yoga Teacher Training through CorePower Yoga in 2017 to be followed by a Yoga Sculpt certification a few months later.  Additionally, Misti is also a Level 1 Reiki practitioner.

Yoga started merely as a physical practice for Misti and she didn’t understand that there was so much more to the practice than the asanas.  Now she can attribute yoga to helping her through grief, trauma, anxiety and all o the other curve balls life can throw at us.  She is passionate about sharing this gift that yoga has given her with others.  She loves to sweat and laugh hard, two of life’s best cures in her opinion.

Currently she teaches yoga as a passion and works as an Account Manager.  In addition to teaching, she also hosts yoga retreats as she believes firmly that taking time for yourself is essential if you are going to show up as your best self.  Yoga led her on a journey to self-love and hopes to share that gift with others. 


Maisa Thayer is a 500 hour Registered Yoga Therpist 500HR ERYT, Sculpt Instructor, ThaiVedic inspired Body Worker, Lifestyle Coach, and has a Masters Degree in Social Work and Counseling.   She has been a technical practitioner of yoga for 17 years and a yoga teacher since 2010. She has trained and inspired by Eoinn Finn of Blissology, Shy Sayer of Yoga One studios Palo Alto, Daniel Aaron of Radiantly Alive studios in Ubud Bali, and Anna Forest of Forrest Yoga.

She loves to dive deep into the knowledge of yoga philosophy, physical yoga practice, and holistic health. She is also certified and experienced in guiding yoga classes for children and teens. She enjoys blending technical physio therapy techniques and challenging poses, while also calming and grounding the nervous system. Her classes are influenced by her strong connection to Hawaii and her experiences around the world. She loves to share her passion for yoga and finds inspirations in everyday life.


I completed my 200-hour teacher training at Raffa Yoga in Rhode Island, a hands-on-assists training at Jala in Rhode Island, and my aerial yoga training through Antigravity in New York. Upside down and in the air are my two favorite places in the world.

Yoga has been empowering me in all aspects of my life for over five years and I love to share that feeling of empowerment with my students by guiding them through challenging and creative sequences. A lot of aspects of life are way too serious and yoga should not be one of them! Come to class with an open mind and heart and be ready to play. 


Summer has been practicing yoga for over 10 years and cannot imagine a happy or balanced life without it.  Summer started Yoga Under the Palms beach yoga classes in 2018 and has been teaching and practicing yoga in an outdoor setting ever since.  She teaches a variety of classes focusing on breath, alignment and creative transitions, and is certified to teach yoga classes to children with and without special needs. 

As a mom of two amazing boys on the Autism Spectrum and an advocate for inclusivity, Summer believes in creating a welcoming and open minded space at Yoga Under the Palms.  She believes that yoga can benefit everybody and aims to create a space that is inclusive and inspiring.


As a grateful teacher and eternal student, Tracy began her journey in Massachusetts and has been an explorer ever since.  She completed teacher training in Seattle in 2014 (YA certified Spira Power Yoga), and has taught in studios, at retreats, corporate events and with private clients ever since. 

Her practice is built on a foundation of breath, peaceful energy, humor and the understanding that the practice of yoga can be woven throughout your day.  Patience and the cultivation of positive energy opens space to identify our place in the larger fabric of this life.  Mindful movement, creative sequencing and a focus on alignment allow for her all levels classes to be challenging and fun.


My name is Veronika, I am a certified yoga instructor, nutritionist but also a writer/ blogger. I have been practicing yoga for over 8 years and teaching yoga for almost 3 years. I feel truly blessed to be able to share the teaching of yoga, and I am in a constant progress of finding ways to make mindfulness and healthy eating an easy step forward. I hope to inspire people to experience the limitless potential of their bodies and minds through the practice of yoga and mindfulness. I thrive to bring my unique energy, and fun inspiring personality to every class I teach. Apart from yoga, my passions are also cooking (plant-based nutrition), surfing, sustainability  exploring nature, creating art and learning new things.


Drawing on the timeless wisdom of the ancient Vedas, my goal as a yoga teacher is to create an authentic and supportive space for students to explore the science of self-realization. 

I was trained internationally, earning my 500-hour yoga teacher certification in Australia. I studied gong sound healing and breathwork in Bali.  I’ve also trained in trauma-informed yoga, white light Reiki, and Intuitive Balinese massage.

As a Bhakti yogi, I’m inspired by ritual and devotion, the sacred connections found in nature, and by the practice of simple living.  I endeavor to provide students a blueprint for experiencing a simple, mindful, spiritually based lifestyle.  In my classes, you will be guided through movement, breath, and meditation, so that you may step out of the unconscious state of ‘doing’ and into the mindful state of ‘being’.

When I’m not on the mat, I love chanting mantra on the beach at sunrise, riding my bike, and hosting vegan pizza nights for friends.