Hosts - To make sure atvara clients have the best experience possible, our hosts are friendly, informative, and ready to serve. An atvara host will assist clients in scheduling, checking in for class, preparing for a float in the flotation pod or a session in the salt room. All atvara hosts help keep the studio and facility ready to say "Welcome!" to clients. And of course, our hosts offer deep knowledge about wellness and atvara services.
Hannah is a true Kernersville native as she has lived in Kernersville her entire life.
She loves spending time with her family and considers herself a crafting enthusiast!
Hannah is also an LPN and worked as a nurse full-time for a couple of years. However her true desire is to work side-by-side with her husband Jesse as they run their Videography and Photography business, JTPerceptions, together.
She made the switch from her full-time nursing career to working part time and joined the studio in the Fall of 2017. Hannah says that she's absolutely loved the change and that working at the studio provides her with such a stress-free, laid back and positive environment. The staff, and even the yoga students are all so kind and enjoy talking with one another.
Yoga has always been a present practice in Hannah's home growing up, but she says she never full embraced or understood the immense benefits of yoga until joining the studio. She has since then started attending the classes herself; incorporating the healing nature of practicing yoga back into her life. Hannah feels truly blessed to be part of Atvara's crew and is so excited to see it continue to grow and blossom.
Cindy resides in Kernersville, NC and has a long history in health and wellness. She is an avid gardener and a thirteen year cancer survivor/thriver using only natural treatments. As an Alternative Medicine Adviser she has a background in Holistic Medicine, which includes: Aromatherapy, Homeopathy, Naturopathy, and Ayruveda.
Her passion is to share her knowledge and experience to bring health, healing, and balance by using an integrative approach for body, mind, and spirit by emphasizing proper nutrition, gut health, supplementation, herbal remedies, body movement, essential oils, meditation, and breathing.
Cindy is also a Norwex Consultant, teaching people how to radically reduce chemical use in their homes and personal care which directly effects their health.
In 2017, Cindy retired from 27 years of teaching, and started part time at the studio in early 2018. Her interest in natural medicine fits perfectly in the atmosphere at Atvara.
Yoga has always been a part of Cindy's life, but she had never experienced "hot yoga" until coming to the studio with her daughter. Cindy commented, how had she missed out on this so long! What wonderful healing body therapy! Cindy is thrilled to be part of the Atvara team and enjoys interacting with all who enter this relaxing and restorative place.