Robin is a nature lover, an artist, and a certified 200 hour Hatha Yoga instructor with four years of teaching experience. Robin begins her classes with a gentle warm up, moving to a sequence of poses (asanas), and concludes with guided meditation. A popular instructor at the ESCC since it opened in 2018, Robin’s students leave class feeling stronger, more flexible, and renewed.
Mallory is a popular instructor who has been teaching Zumba® at the Eureka Springs Community Center since it opened in 2018. A typical class with Mallory features high intensity moves and fast paced beats. If you are looking to get a fun, full body workout that gets you to sweat with cardio and strength moves, look no further.
Sydney has more than two decades of experience as a dancer. She has studied Swing Dancing since 2010 and her advanced skills include following and leading in both East Coast and Lindy Hop swing dance styles. Sydney also dances many other forms of Swing and loves to share the joys of it with her students!
Layla attended her first bellydance class before she was born; Layla’s mother taught dance while she was pregnant with her! Layla is the co-founder of Tribal Motion Bellydance, a performance troupe located in Benton, AR. Layla has taught her improvisational style to students for 15 years. Since moving to Eureka Springs, Layla has studied and performed with Lorna Trigg’s dance troupe, La Mariposa Mujeres. Layla finds Lorna’s Hatha Yoga to be an ideal warm-up to the art of Bellydancing.
Lorna Trigg started the practice of movement at age 5. Lorna has studied movement styles with dance masters and movement therapists around the world. When instructing Hatha Yoga, Lorna incorporates Somatics to get the body to reset itself by using gentle movements.
David Sanders began his teaching career in 2009 guest teaching pas de deux (partnering) workshops and technique classes at schools across the country. He is passionate about wellness and longevity and he sees ballet as an ideal practice for building physical strength, mobility, and cognitive function.
Zach Trent has over 15 years of studies in a variety of Martial Arts. His teachings use his knowledge of Karate, Boxing, Jiu Jitsu, and Yoga and Mobility Training. Zach holds a black belt in Aikido and is passionate about teaching his students how to become more healthy and functional through movement and conditioning.