Laramie Reese, RYT 200

Certified Yoga Instructor

Laramie is an 200 hour level yoga instructor, registered with the Yoga Alliance and certified by the Wilmington Yoga Center, Kunga Yoga School. She is currently pursuing her 500 hour level certification at Carolina Yoga Company in Carborro, NC.  She holds a B.S. in Accounting from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.  Laramie began her yoga journey in 2003 in Wilmington, NC. Building upon a hatha yoga foundation, she has also dedicated over 15 years of study in yoga posture, ancient yoga philosophy, kundalini yoga, and meditation techniques.  While Laramie enjoys her accounting career, and working with numbers during the day; she finds balance and fulfillment in sharing the mind-body health benefits of yoga with others. She founded Intergrative Yoga Center as Twisted Sister Yoga Studio in 2016, and her intention is to offer a nurturing space and community environment to share with others who wish integrate the healing and strengthening practice of yoga into their lives.

Laramie teaches hatha, vinyasa and kundalini style yoga classes, as well as fitness fusion classes designed to build strength, flexibility, improve circulation, energize and balance the chakras, and calm and focus the mind. She encourages her students to tune in, connect with their intuition, and to use breath,  posture, and mindful awareness as tools for improving their overall sense of well-being.

Liz Kisner, E-RYT 200/YACEP

Certified Yoga Instructor

Liz attended her first yoga class as an elective while earning her B.A. in English and Minor in Professional Writing at Ohio State University. After spending several years working as a corporate content writer, she was drawn to explore other possibilities, and remembered how strong she felt after a semester of yoga in college. In 2017, Liz became certified through Yoga on High in her hometown of Columbus, Ohio. She knew that she wanted to teach yoga full-time, and followed this dream all the way to Denver, Colorado. She worked at CorePower Yoga headquarters, and accumulated over 1,000 hours of experience teaching Vinyasa, Hot, Sculpt, Restorative, and Chair yoga classes during her time out West. In 2019, Liz relocated to Greensboro, North Carolina with her husband, Drew, and their three furry roommates. Liz continues to teach full-time, and hopes to share with her students the freedom that yoga has afforded her. 

Tasha Mauney, CPT

Barre Instructor & Certified Personal Trainer

Tasha, a Kernersville native, ISSA personal trainer, veteran hairstylist, and mother of 4, became committed to her personal health and fitness after experiencing heart failure following the birth of her son in 2016. This sent Tasha’s life into an entirely new direction and one that she found she loved! Tasha was so empowered by her own life-saving health and fitness journey and her desire to learn as much as she could about it that she completed her PT certification to help and inspire others along the way.  Tasha is trained in boxing/pad work, TRX, HIIT training, weight training, and loves taking spin classes. When she’s not working, or working out, Tasha can be found spending time with her husband, Brian, and their children outdoors.

Karyn Linderberry, CPT

Fitness Instructor & Personal Trainer

Karyn has come to us from Ithaca, NY where she graduated from the State University of New York at Cortland with a degree in Recreational Therapy. It was while working as a Recreational Therapist in a nursing home Karyn realized her passion for teaching fitness. This is when she decided to become a personal trainer and fitness instructor full time, working for a hospital collaborated gym called Island Health and Fitness. Karyn has spent the past nine years working as a personal trainer and fitness instructor. She is certified to teach the fallowing programs; TRX, Les Mills bodyPump, BodyFlow, Booty Barre, Core, and more. Karyn has also taught Aqua classes and Boot Camps in the Ithaca NY area. Karyn truly enjoys teaching to every body. She loves the challenge of modifying exercises for all body types or injuries. When she is not teaching she enjoys hiking and exploring with her toddler girl, and also trying out new fitness classes for inspiration. Karyn believes that fitness is for everyone no matter what age or size and that it should be a fun experience. Life motto: “Always try, do your best, be proud of yourself, have fun, and you will never fail.”