About Us

Angel Coughlin, Owner and Teacher
While training to run a marathon Angel picked up Yoga as a cross training exercise and promptly fell in love. The benefits were evident and long lasting. Soon she had her children doing yoga with her. Shortly thereafter she was diagnosed with a heart condition and had to undergo surgery. Not being able to return to running Yoga became a lifeline, a way to recover both physically and spiritually during a tough season of life. Impassioned by how Yoga helped her in this journey she attended Yoga Teacher Training. Now she shares her love of Yoga and the impact it can have physically, emotionally and spiritually on both body and Spirit.

“From prenatal to children and from adulthood to the golden age Yoga is available to all. I have a passion for bringing Yoga to all people in all stages of life and a sincere desire to help those around me find peace in the midst of the chaos we call life. I believe in God, love, community and the beauty all around us. I purpose to live a life I love and I intend to include as many people as possible. Join me!
Angel Coughlin


Angel received her RYT -200 certification through New Day Yoga and her RYT-500 certification through Etowah Valley Yoga. She is also a Certified Kids Yoga Teacher through Kids YogaVerse and a Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher (RPTY-100).
A student and learner at heart she continues to deepen her knowledge base by pursuing a Professional Yoga Therapist Certification. She is currently a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT)

Angel is a United States Navy Veteran and a Proud Plank Owner of the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76).

Amanda Hedrick
Though a lifelong writer and journaler, Amanda Hedrick began art journaling in 2015 to manage stress, get creative, and connect with others. Amanda brought her personal practice out into the Statesboro community by offering classes to middle and high schoolers through the Averitt Center for the Arts in Fall 2016. Her TEDx presentation on how art journaling changed her life generated new art journaling collaborations with local organizations like The Teal House, Statesboro Bulloch County Breast Cancer Foundation, and Total Wellness GA. In addition to offering art journaling workshops and meetups around Statesboro, Amanda is a Lecturer in the Department of Writing and Linguistics at Georgia Southern. There she happily teaches first year writing and serves as Co-Director of the Georgia Southern Writing Project. Amanda’s background in teaching writing helps her create a supportive, encouraging environment for writers of all ages, experiences, and interest levels.
Kevin Kerns - Instructor
Yoga entered Kevin’s life while he was unable to walk due to a rugby injury. After weeks of rehabilitation, he began to realize the benefits of the practice were expanding past just the physical aspects that yoga has become renown for. As mobility and strength returned to his body, a new sense of clarity entered his everyday life as the practice of mindful exercising had cultivated a new perspective. Wanting to share this new-found passion, Kevin became an instructor at Georgia Southern University, working with athletic teams, group fitness and various other organizations on campus. Training for water polo, he now uses yoga as a cross training exercise for both strength and recovery.
He offers challenging classes designed to improve stability, mobility and flexibility while strengthening the core and increasing the range of motion in the joints. Each class offers something new and unique and is open to people of all skill levels. Serving in the Georgia Army National Guard, Kevin also works with veterans through the Connected Warrior program at Sacred Space.

Scarlet Shumate: Ambassador
Health and fitness have always been a main interest for me. I was a triathlete in high school and adored running and swimming but knew something was missing in terms of taking care of my body. Once getting accepted into Georgia Southern University and having access to the RAC and groupfit classes, I began attending yoga classes fairly regularly. Since then, my practice has taken off and I can't seem to get through a day without some sort of flow or practice. At GSU, I am an athletic training major and love incorporating the things that I am learning about functional anatomy and helath and kinesiology into my practice and look forward to improving more.

Alexis McGhee
I have always struggled with finding an exercise format that I truly enjoyed. I finally fell upon yoga by accident while in highschool and slowly fell in love with it. When I came to college, I began to further my practice by becoming a group fitness instructor at the GSU RAC and attending fitness conferences throughout the year. I now enjoy what I do at my job! I love meeting new people, building new relationships and sharing my knowledge of yoga, as well as learning more about it in the process. I have been teaching for a few years now and have enjoyed every minute of it. I am a 200 hour CYT and I can not wait to practice with you all!