Natalie Lopez Williams

Carrie Jeroslow

Natalie was born & raised in Puerto Rico. She is the daughter of musicians and has studied music since 1994. She started signing at 5 years old then learned to play many other instruments as she grew and learned among the rice music culture in Puerto Rico. She studies in a music school for 6 years and preformed as a musician, actor and dancer! In 2014 she decided to take her passion of music even further and studied under Salsa Masters Tito Ortos, Michelle Rodriguez & Norma Rivera. Since her first step into Salsa she knew that her connection with the rhythm and soul was something she wanted to share with others!

In February 2003, I completed the AFAA group fitness certification and began immediately teaching classes at the YMCA. For the next ten years I taught step, cycle, kickboxing, boot camp, sculpt & weight training, kettle bell, and cycle classes. In addition, I picked up a group exercise class one night a week at the Elkin Recreation Center in the fall of 2004. My husband and I relocated to Clemmons in 2006. I continued teaching classes at the Yadkin YMCA until we moved to the Charlotte area in August 2013. Given the ages of our children and the moves we’ve made for my husband’s career, I haven’t taught group exercise in 5 years. I am thrilled, however, for this opportunity. I love teaching, I love people, and I love fitness.

Misty will be teaching our Aerial Yoga Workshops. She received her Aerial Yoga Teacher Training in 2018 and is excited to bring this new style to Yoga on Main!

Amanda Brewer

Our Teachers

Class Descriptions


Carrie's Healing Room offers Massage, Reflexology, Reiki & Theta Healing

 Call or text to schedule an appointment today! (702) 808-8179
My spiritual path began in 1993 with yoga and intense self reflection.  It eventually led me to Reiki where I went through my first 2 degrees in 2001 and finally became a Reiki Master Teacher in 2002.  Then in 2007, I completed the Professional Massage Therapy Program at the Nevada School of Massage Therapy and became a licensed Massage Therapist in Nevada.
While building my private practice in Las Vegas, I also served as the Resident Reiki Master and Massage Therapist at the Las Vegas Recovery Center.  As I continued on my personal path of self-discovery, I studied ThetaHealing™ in Las Vegas and in Idaho with the founder, Vianna Stibal.  This incredible modality was instrumental in releasing many of my blocks and struggles.
I also taught many Reiki, ThetaHealing™ and Mediation classes throughout the Las Vegas area. These were very special times for me, as I feel strongly that everyone has the power and ability to heal themselves if given useful tools and support.

In 2012, I moved to Elkin, NC to take over Elkin Creek Vineyard with my husband and our friends, as well as raise my two beautiful boys.  Although I took a pause from massage and energy work, I always kept my North Carolina Massage License active, knowing that I would return to it at the perfect moment.

I believe that we are whole, healed beings.  This is our natural, intrinsic state of being.  However we have forgotten this about ourselves.  Many times, we see ourselves as broken first instead of WHOLE first and foremost.
It is my passion and intention to hold this vision for and with everyone who enters my healing room.  Whether through Massage, Reflexology, Reiki or Theta Healing, I always intend to be connected to your Truth and let intuition guide the session.

Kelly Dougherty

Beginners Yoga- A yoga class for new beginners, or for anyone wanting a gentler class. This class is designed to teach the basics to anyone willing to learn. We will focus on building each pose from its foundation and gaining strength to hold poses longer each time you come! Many people practice in this class for years while others use it as a stepping stone before moving on to other advanced classes. The pace of this class moves slowly, paying attention to principles of alignment and breathing. (60 & 75 minute class)

Level 2 Power Flow-  This class is appropriate for beginner and experienced students that are somewhat familiar with yoga postures, but would like a more physically demanding practice. We will use creative sequencing to link postures together, using the flow of the breath to guide the movement. The emphasis will be on generating energy and heat to let the body release toxins and tight muscles. We will explore some challenging poses and learn techniques and tips to make them more accessible. The room is slightly warm and class is accompanied by music! (75 minute class)

Level 3 Warm Flow- Our most physically challenging yoga class at Yoga on Main. Open to anyone willing to push themselves, give it their all and at the same time honor and listen to their body!

Benefits of Warm Yoga:
-It can help you detoxify by requiring you to drink more fluids. By drinking plenty of water, your gastrointestinal, urinary, and cardiovascular systems will work far better, naturally detoxifying tissues and cells and clear the waste more readily from the body.
-You can burn more calories due to an increased heart rate and metabolism.
-The blood flow to your arms and legs is increased, delivering more oxygenated blood to the muscles.
-Muscle tone and flexibility can be improved.
-Stress is relieved, and you feel better about yourself!

(75 minute class)

Yin/Restorative - is a passive yoga practice that involves variations of seated and supine poses typically held for longer periods of time then a flow class. This class is open to all levels but gentle enough for folks with limited mobility. This practice especially works the connective tissue around the joints (mainly the knees, pelvis, sacrum, and spine). In our day to day activities we are usually rushing and moving pretty quickly. Yin Yoga gives us the opportunity to slow down the body and in turn slow down the mind. This is a great class for Beginners or if you are pregnant and wanting to focus on relaxation for the mind & body. (60 minute class)

Body Kindness Yoga: combines yoga postures, breath work and some light meditation. It is a softer, slower paced class using props such as blankets, bolsters, straps and chairs. Poses may be approached gradual steps giving time to focus on the breath and alignment. The class is designed to softly awaken and stretch out the body so that the practice feels good.
This is a great class for beginners, no prior yoga experience is required! (60 minute class)

Core BARRE:is a system of movement designed to create strength, flexibility and a balanced body. It is based on elements of classical Pilates, Ballet & Athletic Conditioning. It consists of high energy but low impact and effective exercises that strengthen all muscles and re-program the body to move in the way it was originally designed to. These movements change our bodies in such a way that does not cause injury or further promote imbalances.
The 55-minute class not only burns fat but also produces an effective and safe way to beautifully lengthen & strengthen the entire body.
CORE BARRE is suitable to all fitness levels, regardless of age or ability.

ZUMBA with Natalie: Natalie will incorporate lots of salsa and other dances into her Zumba classes. No experience necessary, just willingness to dance and have fun!
Whether you are a ZUMBA veteran or a complete beginner you will have a great time!

Aerial Yoga: Aerial Yoga uses breath, guided movement and the aerial hammock to provide a safe environment for each student to explore balancing postures, back bending and inversions with ease. We use the basic principles of our yoga postures to create similar shapes and stretches. If you practice yoga regularly many of the poses will feel familiar and the hammock will bring you a new awareness for your practice. All experience level are welcome, but some basic yoga experience is encouraged.

Yin Yoga: is a passive, transformative style of yoga that asked participants to hold postures for an extended period of time. The longer hold of poses is done primarily on the mat in seated or lying down postures. Yin yoga helps strengthen, lengthen and provide therapeutic release to joints, muscles, ligaments, facia, and other connective tissues.
The main purpose of Yin yoga is to provide grounding, as you learn to tune out the daily grind and focus on slowing down, breathing and listening to your body, you will learn to totally surrender, your mind and body to your practice!

Private Yoga Session: private classes offer a one on one opportunity to learn and grow on and off your mat. Classes will be planned and discussed with you according to what you would like to work on or based around an injury or recovery. We can also work around your schedule to make it as convenient for you as possible! Contact the studio for more information or questions! 336.701.7275

Metabolic Effect: focuses on the full integration of high-intensity interval exercise, sports conditioning drills, total body weight training and full fatigue effort. Change your metabolism toward fat burning by exercising at your own level, working until failure and then restarting when you’re ready. Fat-calorie after-burn can last up to 2 days after your workout! This 30 minute class will challenge you by combining such movements as pushups, lunges, squats, jumps, sprints and other strengthening exercises to get tight, strong physique! Work hard, rest hard! Great for all levels of fitness!


Are you interested in Renting our studio for your wellness class or event?

Call 336.701.7275 to discuss rates and schedule!

Coming to Class:
Please be on time. If you are late , please enter quietly and set up your mat and join the class.
Leave shoes at the door...wear your bare feet and a open mind!
Yoga is a non- competitive practice, therefore your personal best is enough.
Inform your teacher of injuries or special needs.  If you are a new student, we ask that you come about 15 minutes before class to register, meet your teacher,  and fill out our general release form before beginning the class.
No perfume or heavy scented lotions please.
Studio mats and props are available, but we encourage you to bring you own mat.
Eat lightly, at least 3 hours before class.
Attire for yoga is anything you feel comfortable and can move freely in.
Please leave your cell phones, gum, and stresses at the door.
Breathe deeply, and enjoy the journey.

COST: Drop in class $10 (OR) 10 Class Card for $80

Amanda Hollis

Kym Goins

My belief is that health is achieved when we are in balance with our mind, our body and our spirit. Tuning into and acknowledging the importance of each of theses allows for optimum health.For me yoga is a wonderful way to do just that.
I began my journey with movement many years ago as a dancer. This lead to further training as a fitness instructor and yoga practitioner.
Having received my 200 hr. yoga certification I have further studied, restorative yoga, vinyasa flow, senior yoga, yoga and trauma and Yin yoga which is my love. I look forward to exploring all that this practice has to offer with you.

Yoga is teaching me how my body is my closest friend.  My hips carry burdens that my heart needs more time to face.  My arms keep me balanced on the ledge that is sometimes my life, by reaching up and having faith that in the stretch I will find foundation.  My strong legs carry me around my mat, building a root system for my practice and my spirit as I continue to grow.

Kym just recently received a Yoga for Trauma & PTSD training through Trauma Sensitive Yoga Program!
I did not know how yoga would change my life or my perspective on everything around me.  It set me free from wondering how I would ever be enough.  It helped me see how all the parts of me work together to make me whole.  I will want to share that beautiful lesson all of my life.  So, that is why I teach.

I believe that to create a peaceful and happy world, we start with creating our own peace and happiness through awareness. Meditation is the single best practice that I have found to achieve that. I became a meditation teacher because I want to help you find this peace for yourself.
I am an Elkin, NC native, have been a licensed massage and bodywork therapist for over twenty years, a dedicated meditator and a Certified Meditation & Mindfulness Instructor. I have been a seeker and have been drawn to understanding the spiritual side of humanity since I was a little girl. I have had the great honor to have as my primary teacher, the renowned Theravada Buddhist monk and teacher, Bhante G of the Bhavana Society. And I was led to the teacher's path and certified to teach by meditation expert and author, Sarah McLean of the McLean Meditation Institute in Sedona, Arizona.
I truly believe that we have the opportunity to evolve the consciousness of the human race. Deep down in our gut, we all know that there is something better for us...that it's lying there just beneath the surface. This is true on an individual, personal level and on the collective level. My heart's desire is to provide a path anchored in ancient wisdom and modern neuroscience to help guide us to that place of living together in peace and possibility.

Kelly promotes a calm, comfortable aura through her teaching.  Her class provides the space where your lists and outside responsibilities are not invited. This is your time to find relaxation and rejuvenation. She teaches alignment-based, flow and restorative classes that strengthen and challenge both the body and the mind. Her classes are appropriate from beginner students to experienced yoga practitioners. Her use of various props, assist the student in gaining the most benefit from each pose.
Kelly's classes teach you to calm the mind while bringing awareness to the body.
Along with her 200 hr RYT certification she completed a curriculum training with the Mindful Schools Program and works with both adults and children teaching mindfulness techniques and practices.
Kelly Dougherty is a vibrant young woman who is trying to help ground others in wholesome disciplines.  A free yoga class at college was her first experience with yoga.  After college she found herself developing a personal practice while living in Nicaragua for 2 years. During that time she continuously shared yoga with many of her friends and neighbors. Since moving to North Carolina she wanted to deepen her knowledge and experience with yoga. She found her opportunity in a 200 hr Yoga teacher training at Sunrise Yoga Studio in Clemmons, NC.   Since then she has found herself ever more grounded in Yoga and its enrichment. Kelly also runs Lavender Anne's Herb Farm ( and lives in a tiny home with her husband and daughter on their land in Dobson. They have a homestead where they grow their own food and herbs for their business. One day she hope to have a Yoga pavilion on their land and offer outdoor classes & farm meals!  Kelly loves connecting her study of the mind and body with they study of the earth. She believes taking care of our own bodies, each other and the earth is the way to health.

Finding Your Path

Misty Shaw

Cathy Harrison

Denise Lyon

Amanda Hollis came across Foundation Training in 2016 while searching for the missing piece to her physical health puzzle. While she had always been active, she needed something else to address her scoliosis and the aches and pains that came from it. Within two weeks of practicing Foundation Training, she knew it was going to be transformative and soon signed up to become a certified teacher.

Foundation Training is a corrective exercise program designed to increase spinal stability and create joint supportive movement patterns. It can remodel our bodies from a chronic sitting posture to a strong decompressed state. These exercises are accessible to people of all fitness levels, helping to bring relief to a body in discomfort, and allowing a fit body to find added power through new recruitment of muscle chains.

Yoga on Main

My fitness journey began on January 1, 2001 at Elkin Recreation Center. I had just graduated from my BS program at ASU and knew that I needed to form an exercise routine for not only my physical well-being but also for my mental/emotional wellness. I created my own routine pretty quickly and worked out 4 - 5 times a week. In June of that same year, the Yadkin Family YMCA opened. I joined and began attending the group exercise classes. After a few months, a couple of the instructors I admired began encouraging me to teach class. I was interested but put it on the back burner for a year while I finished my masters degree.

In February 2003, I completed the AFAA group fitness certification and began immediately teaching classes at the YMCA. For the next ten years I taught step, cycle, kickboxing, boot camp, sculpt & weight training, kettle bell, and cycle classes. In addition, I picked up a group exercise class one night a week at the Elkin Recreation Center in the fall of 2004. My husband and I relocated to Clemmons in 2006. I continued teaching classes at the Yadkin YMCA until we moved to the Charlotte area in August 2013. Given the ages of our children and the moves we’ve made for my husband’s career, I haven’t taught group exercise in 5 years. I am thrilled, however, for this opportunity. I love teaching, I love people, and I love fitness.