Instructors



Hello, I’m Tabetha J Holyfield, Holistic Health Coach and also the founder of Yoga Divine.  I started practicing yoga for the physical aspects, strength, and flexibility. I almost immediately found the integration of my mind & body, not so long after; this profound spiritual l journey began.  I have discovered a profound peace, tranquility, and harmony.  It's this synergy of mind and body that I hope you experience when you attend my yoga classes. Health Coaching was the next level to connect all areas of life.  My desire is helping people go to the next level of personal well-being and happiness. 

 

Amanda Strombeck

I consider myself a lifelong student – on and off the mat. Yoga has taught me to enjoy the challenge and experience of the journey as an expansive opportunity for continued growth. I hope to meet my students where they are and inspire them to where they wish to go, both on and off the mat. I completed a 200-hour Power Yoga teacher training in 2016 with Corepower Yoga in Encinitas, California. My classes are a vinyasa flow with a strong focus on connecting the mind and body to breath.

Alexi Derstine

Alexi stumbled upon yoga more than ten years ago as a college class elective. Since she has earned her 200-hour yoga teacher training in Mindfulness + the Eight-fold Path at Wilmington Yoga Center. She also holds current certifications SilverSneakers (Classic, Circuit & Yoga), Barre Fitness and general group fitness in addition to completing her bachelor's degree in Recreation, Sports and Tourism Management.

In her yoga classes, she loves to experiment with slow movement to increase flexibility and comfortable range of motion. In her barre classes, she focuses on isometric strength training to allow for a full body, all levels workout. She seeks to help students thrive both on and off the mat.
Daphne Bye

Daphne first started yoga in 2016 to manage and control her PTSD and anxiety, she began practicing with Ying yang and saw the benefits that came with the practice,  she has been in the process of completing her 200 YTT and as she continued to practice, she learned that yoga is a great tool to have as a Veteran, Her goal is to help other vets combat emotional and physical trials they may not know how to manage as well as building a community to keep camaraderie alive even after military service

Keri Rash

Keri at Therapeutic Palms is passionate in helping the mind, body, and spirit achieve total relaxation, offering a wide variety of Massage Therapy services.