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The Nolo Sol Team

Our Instructors

Jessica White

Founder/Owner/Instructor

Founder and owner, Jessica White, has a passion for both teaching and taking yoga!  She’s a 200 E-RYT specializing in the Baptiste methodology.  Jess loves to learn new methods and is currently enrolled in a 300 YTT + Ayurveda training.  She is also a certified Barre instructor and loves to move and groove to a fun playlist when she’s not getting her zen on! Jess earned a BS from East TN State University & a Master’s of Education from Milligan College.  She’s a family gal and loves spending time with her husband and their three sons!  Jess is an Enneagram type 7 (IYKYK) outgoing adventure seeker that loves Jesus, all things outdoors, and yummy food.  

Jess loves sharing yoga with others! For her, it’s not about the physical changes (strength and endurace are a bonus!) but about inner change and self acceptance.  Moving, flowing and breathing allows her to open up places that are typically closed off and guarded.  She had a vision to create a space that might help others find a sense of peace, comfort and health. Both teaching and taking has shown Jess how to let go of things that no longer serve her and make room for the new. 

In her classes, Jess strives for you to believe in yourself, regardless if that’s pushing hard or backing off.  In her classes, expect to flow hard, have fun, and find worth in your current place of being.  The mind, body, spiritual connection has been life changing for Jess and she loves sharing that with others.  

Favorite quote:  

“Don’t be afraid to fall.  Be afraid to not try.”  – Michael Jordan

 

 

 

 

Candice (Dice) Moore

(aka: Jaia Chandra =Victorious Moonlight)

I’ve been studying and teaching yoga for over 20 years. While living in NYC, my initial Yoga experience came from the urging of my mother who was at the start of her own yogic transformation. And so I dabbled, and it was love at first “Savasana”!! Since then, I have studied various schools of thought including Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Kripalu, Sivananda, Jivamukti, Power and Anusara Yoga. I have been blessed with the teachings of many “leading lights” such as Pattabi Jois, Dharma Mitra, David Swenson, Dr. Jeffrey Migdow, Shiva Rea, Bryan Kest, Sean Corn, Sharon and David Life, Baron Baptiste and Ravi Singh. I have a 200-hour certification with Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Lenox, MA as well as an Ashtanga certification from David Swenson, Burlington, VT and a Pre-Natal certification from Janice Clarfield at Kripalu. My class is focused on synchronizing breath or “pranayama” with movement or “flow”. In my classes you will sweat, focus, laugh, and evolve as you link postures or “asanas” together with beautiful music, insights, and poetry. You should be prepared to strengthen and lengthen your muscles, align your ligaments and joints, cultivate self-awareness and honor your inner wisdom. Come with an open mind and leave with a lifted spirit!

Kristin Gore

Kristin (RYT 500) grew up in Lake of the Ozarks, MO and is happiest outside in nature…especially when a boat and sunshine are involved. Her childhood consisted of all things dance and music, and she moved to Nashville in 2002 to pursue a music business degree at Belmont University. After graduating, she discovered yoga and fell in love with its ability to transform the mind, body, and soul. She very quickly realized she had to share this powerful practice with others and became a certified yoga instructor through the Asheville Yoga Center. She has been teaching ever since, utilizing yoga to help her students lead more fulfilled, empowered, and loving lives…on and off the mat. When not teaching, Kristin is wearing one of her many other hats as Owner of Nashville Wedding Yoga, Co-Owner of Maverick Recording, Co-Director of Beacon (part of the Nolensville Performance Collective), and Mom.

Sloan Hines

Sloan is originally from northern California and grew up in Knoxville, Tennessee. She discovered yoga at a young age when her PE teacher taught her first grade class yoga. Sloan believes that the child-like energy and playfulness of yoga can be tapped into in order to remind us not to take ourselves so seriously and have fun!
Trained in the Baptiste methodology, she is certified 200-hr RYT. Sloan teaches from the heart with great enthusiasm and passion. Embody your inner power in a transformational Hot Power Yoga practice through your mind, body and SOL with Sloan!

Meaghan Midgett

I started practicing yoga during a particularly stressful time in my life, and the movement and meditation allowed me to safely feel uncomfortable sensations and to decide whether I needed to react to them. I got my teaching certification because I wanted to share this quality of spaciousness with others.

I completed my 200 hour training with the EmPower School of Yoga and my 300 hour training with Baptiste Power Yoga Nashville. I’ve also participated in several other educational courses including studio workshops, CPR, and trauma training.

My classes blend dynamic movement and stretchy holds to create a balance of energy and restoration. I hope to see you on your mat!

Kelly Phipps

I lived the life of a vagabond before moving to Nashville in 2008, with my current home being my 43rd residence since birth. Yoga came into my life in 2010 when a friend brought me to my future mentor Gillian St. Clair’s class, though I didn’t make time for it regularly until 2013. My practice began as a purely physical endeavor, but the mental health benefits immediately came to fruition. I began to notice that the peace I felt after devoting time to breathe and make shapes gradually enveloped my thoughts and interactions outside class. I am also a pediatric occupational therapist which is similar to teaching yoga in the sense that in both I facilitate growth from a place of compassion. I strive to create an atmosphere where individuals feel comfortable exploring movement and effort as well as rest. I respect and honor the traditions of yoga and give gratitude to all the generations of teachers who have given their knowledge and this practice to us. I’m a mother of 4, wife to a beautiful sage who gives me roots, and a sister to many: all roles I honor. I am a fierce challenger and foul-mouthed lover of Coen Brothers and Wes Anderson films, an avid traveler who loves to photograph and experience the world, food, and listen to people’s stories.

Kellie Davie

Kellie began practicing yoga to regain clarity in life and restore her health after 13 years of the hustle and grind of the corporate world. It was yoga that sparked the fire of transformation within, and she completed her first teacher training as a desire to deepen her practice. As a result, it is now Kellie’s passion to teach and share the gift of yoga with others. Her classes offer beginners and seasoned yogis alike the space for self-discovery and encouragement to grow the mind, body, and spirit.

As a certified RYT 200, Kellie has extensive wellness background as a certified to teach a variety of yoga formats, including Power Yoga, Vinyasa, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yoga/Pilates Fusion, and Yoga Sculpt. In addition to this, Kellie is experienced in facilitating guided meditation and loves Yoga Nidra.

Her expertise lies in teaching others to conquer their inner chaos and boldly step into the healthiest, most fulfilled version of themselves. Outside of the studio, Kellie serves on the board of directors for Small World Yoga, a local nonprofit that provides yoga outreach to underserved populations in Middle Tennessee. In addition to her board work, Kellie has also chaired the annual Music City Yoga Festival, one of the highest-attended wellness events in the Southeast.
As quoted by B.K.S. Iyengar, of the most prolific yoga masters of our time, “Confidence, clarity, and compassion are essential qualities of a teacher.” This affirmation is what Kellie aspires to achieve in every class she teaches.

Krystin Neely

I want everyone who comes to my yoga class to walk away feeling better, stronger, and more confident. Yoga is about discovery- the discovery of truth. Ultimately, those thoughts in your head about why you “can’t” or “shouldn’t” are not true. My goal as an instructor is to motivate, inspire, and encourage students to appreciate their bodies and be at peace with themselves.

A native of Salt Lake City, Utah, my marriage brought me to Tennessee over 17 years ago. After the birth of my first son, I resigned from my career as an Aesthetician to be a stay-at-home mom. Three boys later, I found my personal development lacking. My focus was on my children for years to come.

Staying in physical shape has always been important to me. Exercise became my release- the only activity I was truly doing for myself. I have been a runner for many years, completing numerous half marathons and a trail marathon. Yoga entered my life about seven years ago. It was obvious that my body felt better and performed better as an athlete when I was practicing regularly. Finishing my 200-hour yoga training has been my most challenging experience- both physically and emotionally.

Here are some things yoga has taught me that I yearn to share: If I show up on the yoga mat, I can show up everywhere else in my life. Who I am is enough. I will give up, freely, what no longer serves me and create space for inspiration.Accept yourself in this moment and realize you are enough

Lindsey McCracken

I found yoga when beginning my recovery journey, after being a lifelong competitive and collegiate athlete. I’ve been teaching yoga for about 5 years, and have taught many different styles. I’m also certified in NuSculpt and Trauma Sensitive Yoga, with additional vinyasa and anatomy training. I’ve volunteer taught and assisted with Joined Forces Yoga, an organization that brings free yoga to members of the military.

During my classes, I teach with the intention for students to reconnect with their breath and bodies. I encourage mind-body connection and awareness, while offering variations of different postures to best suit students needs and comfort levels. I do my best to provide all inclusive yoga, and am always learning how I can make my classes a positive experience.

Besides yoga, my other interests include being outdoors, reading, drinking good wine, playing with shelter pups, and spending time with my husband and chosen family.

Rebecca Leis

As an instructor, my ultimate goal is for students to feel empowered, inspired, and connected in the space I hold for them. I pride myself in the careful thought I put into creating interesting flows, upbeat playlists, and intentional themes so that each student receives a unique experience every time they show up on their mat. Yoga has been a constant source of healing and joy in my life for several years and I am honored to share that gift with others! My teaching style incorporates challenging sequences where I push students to grow in their practice, while also encouraging a restorative space for those who need it. I offer an abundance of modifications and make sure every student feels seen and included in the room regardless of their experience. Learning students by name and creating community in the studio is something that is very important to me. Although I have only been instructing for 7 months, I have learned so much already from both my students and fellow teachers. I welcome and appreciate feedback from all – Continued personal growth is a must for me!

Ashley Rasmussen

Ashley Rasmussen is originally from Ohio, but spent the last 8 years living in San Francisco. Her family of 6 just couldn’t resist the kindness of Tennesseans 🙂 and made the cross country move to Nolensville in June 2021.

She is certified in barre and HIGH Fitness and loves how the strength training from barre and aerobic exercise from HIGH compliment each other and keep her muscles guessing. Group fitness is something that she is extremely passionate about. There is something so special about being in a room full of people from all different backgrounds, that are choosing to show up for themselves, celebrating what their bodies can do, and cheering each other on in the process!

Ashley loves music, the outdoors, hiking, eating good food, and spending time with her husband and four kids as they explore their new hometown!

Courtney Fern

Courtney is no stranger to the barre. She spent over twelve years of her youth training in ballet and dance in Memphis, TN. It wasn’t until after the birth of her second daughter that she discovered the strength that can come from barre workouts as an adult. Courtney fell in love with barre classes – the music, the weights, and the movements. She did them all throughout her third pregnancy and never felt stronger. Having gone through it herself, Courtney is great at helping people with modifications in barre, especially women who are pre/postnatal. A few years after moving back to Tennessee, Courtney became certified to teach barre through Tracy Mallett’s barreless program and has been teaching ever since.

Lindsey Hays

Lindsey Hays received her 200 hr. yoga certification through Holy Yoga. She has experience teaching Power Yoga, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga, and Slow-Flow/Restorative Yoga. She grew up doing ballet and later taught it for several years before transitioning from a dance instructor to a yoga instructor. She also graduated with her MS degree in Elementary Education and spent a decade in the education world both as a teacher and administrator. Lindsey loves Jesus, yoga, and her family, consisting of her husband and four beautiful daughters. Since her husband is Hispanic, they speak Spanish at home!
 
Lindsey loves how yoga reminds her to slow her pace, intentionally focus on what’s important, and simultaneously find rest and strength in the soul. It is such a joy for her to see people try new things and surprise themselves on their mats. She hopes people feel refreshed and at peace after leaving her class. In her class, she will encourage you to find joy in who you are, both on the mat and off. Lindsey looks forward to seeing you on the mat soon!

Jennifer Nole

Jennifer discovered yoga over 20 years ago and immediately fell in love. She is now a 500 CYT who has been teaching Power Flow, Yin, Restorative, Slow Flow, Yoga Nidra, & Meditation classes since 2018. Jennifer has led over ten workshops, co-facilitated yoga teacher trainings, designed her own course in yoga and sobriety and launched a retreat business, Unearthed Experiences. She is probably talking about yoga when she isn’t teaching or practicing yoga! Jennifer also enjoys traveling, hiking, reading, and spending time with her husband and Miniature Pinscher in their home in Nashville.

David Swink

David is an RYT 500, E-RYT 200, and YACEP teacher.

David’s mindfulness journey began in 1974 when he learned Transcendental Meditation™ during graduate school. Since then, he hasn’t had a single day without meditating. He is a life-long learning, adventure-seeker who has been practicing yoga for over two decades. David completed his 200 hour yoga teacher training at Epic Yoga in Brentwood, TN, and his 300 hour training at Sanctuary for Yoga in Nashville. He completed the 150 hour Ayurvedic Wellness Counseling Foundation Program with James Bailey of the Sevanti Institute and he is a Certified Heart Math Mentor.

David brings to his yoga teaching, his love and excitement for adventure and challenge. Off the mat, he has made over 2300 skydives, is a commercial hot air balloon and airplane pilot, as well as an avid flying trapeze flier. While his yoga classes are conducted on the ground, he helps people’s spirits to soar because he believes that yoga is much more than exercise. He has seen yoga and meditation positively transform many lives, including his own. He also knows that yoga can be adapted for anybody, regardless of physical ability.

As a psychotherapist and consultant, he has spent most of his life preventing violence by teaching federal and local law enforcement and many other professionals how to communicate in extremely difficult situations, ranging from hostage negotiating and interviewing potential assassins to giving difficult workplace performance feedback.

Kristen Williams

Yoga and meditation saved me back in college when I decided to get off all my antidepressants at once (was on over 300mg of them so not smart) and I needed to find a way to physically get back in touch with my body. I craved a way to feel empowered within myself and not through medication I had taken since my parents divorced when I was 11. Transcendental meditation and yoga gave me the tools to take my power back through breath-work and finding that mind body connection. It also helped to have something to focus on rather than sit in silence for me. After going through that I now feel it is my life passion / calling to help others find strength and power through themselves rather than just popping a pill to numb it.

(Side note- NOTHING WRONG with pills! I was just mindlessly consuming them after my environment changed and I didn’t know how to come off them) ❤️

Kristen has been teaching power vinyasa yoga for over 6 years and specializes in muscle-pointed relaxation techniques.

Jennifer Zemaitis

Jennifer fell in love with yoga the first time she experienced savasana in 2008. The yoga high has been a powerful and fulfilling journey ever since. Jenn has taught over 3,000 classes including many different styles of yoga. Jennifer believes there is a style (or many styles) of yoga for everyBODY! She has experience teaching many styles of yoga including hot, power, vinyasa, childrens, prenatal, yin, restorative and yoga nidra. When not on her mat, Jenn enjoys spending time with her daughter and husband, meditation, DIY anything, hiking, farmers markets, reading, cooking, and traveling. Jennifer looks forward to meeting you on your mat wherever you are on your yoga journey.

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