LGSW, RYT-200, Founder
Hannah Davis is a social worker and yoga teacher passionate about leadership, youth and family.
Hannah began practicing yoga in 2009. She completed her 200-Hour yoga teacher certification from Sky House Yoga in Silver Spring, MD in 2017. Hannah has completed various healing arts trainings, including Street Yoga’s Trauma-Informed Yoga for Youth Training and Surviving Assault: Yoga Essentials as Early Intervention Following Assault or Trauma. She leads several healing, trauma-informed community-based yoga classes for youth and adults.
Hannah holds a Master of Social Work from University of Maryland – Baltimore, a Master of Public Management from University of Maryland and a bachelor’s degree in journalism, with a minor in sociology from Temple University. She is a Licensed Graduate Social Worker in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Una Hildebrandt, RYT-200, has maintained a committed yoga practice for the past 15 years, and has found that the benefits of yoga can be measured far beyond physical fitness. She draws inspiration from many styles, including Ashtanga, Kundalini, and Power Yoga, but her practice and teaching style are grounded in a vinyasa flow, linking breath with movement to create dynamic sequences that encourage strength and flexibility. She offers a positive, direct, and supportive approach to help students maintain a yoga practice that will sustain and nourish them. Una completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training at Flow Yoga Center in 2013. She is also a certified mat Pilates instructor.
Una teaches a carefully sequenced class that is grounded in proper alignment and technique. She likes to encourage students to adopt a playful approach to their yoga practice.
Mallory Pettis is a DC area native who is passionate about so many things on any given day, but particularly anything wellness, yoga, and spirituality. She’s been practicing yoga for several years and obtained her RYT-200 through Sky House Yoga in Silver Spring in May of 2017. She loves yoga because of its transformative quality; she’s seen firsthand how a few poses and deep breaths can change the course of a day, and how a few poses and deep breaths a day can ultimately change the course of a life. Outside of practicing yoga, she is a Holistic Health Coach, bike lover, and student of Ayurveda.