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About Us

  Forever growing. Constantly changing. Always Evolving. We aspire to become the best versions of ourselves that we can be. We are here to help you do that too. Whatever your goals may be; flexibility, peace, inner or outer strength, rehabilitation, or maybe something more. Our instructors are here to help you push past any limiting beliefs you may have, to help you attain your goals, and have fun on the journey there. We are a group of fun-loving, passionate, open-minded individuals who love what we do. We are all different. Different personalities, different hobbies, extroverted, introverted, but we are authentic and always striving to our highest potential. We hope to inspire you to reach for yours as well.



Jenny Finneran

 Yoga ended up being an inward journey for Jenny and led her to find out more about herself than she could have ever imagined. Because of yoga, Jenny feels she is a better version of herself physically and mentally. Her goal as a teacher is to give all students that cross her path the opportunity to feel what she has experienced. Jenny encourages everyone to have open minds and hearts and to take what they learn on the mat into their daily life. Her goal is to teach everyone how to let the body and mind sync in peace and harmony. 

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Wendy Fisk

Wendy has been a massage therapist for over 10 years and has seen the amount of stress we put our bodies through. If we take care of ourselves, we can help our bodies accomplish so much more than we realize: mind, body, and soul. Through her own personal experience, she has found that yoga can not only help relieve aches and pains of all kinds, but can also help prevent them. Wendy completed her 200 hour teacher training in the summer of 2016.

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Nina Morrison

Nina discovered yoga years ago as a way to balance and handle the everyday stress of being a public school teacher with staying healthy and active. While she enjoys both running and mountain biking these high impact sports had taken their toll and yoga helped with flexibility and recovery after injuries. Loving the emotional and physical benefits of her practice, she decided to complete her 200 hour yoga teacher training in order to help others stay healthy and mindful of their bodies. As an instructor she strives to create a space that will not only strengthen the body but also the mind-body connection to enhance overall wellbeing. 

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Haley Miller

Haley fell in love with the practice of yoga in 2011 while attending Occupational Therapy Assistant School and living in Denver, CO. She started practicing heated power yoga to escape the cold climate, eventually branching out into various styles of yoga.
After graduating, Haley moved back to Ocala. Her love of practicing Yoga led her to pursue her teacher training through a True Form 200 YTT program.Haley has experience in teaching power yoga, slow flow, Vin Yin, couples yoga, and meditation.Haley loves helping others on and off the mat, join her on the mat and experience her love for assisting other in their yoga practice.

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Tracy Kendrick

Yoga has been a part of Tracy's journey for 13 years now. She was first introduced to yoga while in a 12 step-recovery program. The idea was first about getting physically fit, but what made her stay was the mind/body connection and her instructor sharing that there is "no judgment" in yoga. Coming from a place of judging herself from old ideas and a disillusioned belief system, this was something that she needed to hear and allowed her to be herself. Through years of practice, yoga has offered her an awareness in which she could create space from the obstacles and limitations in her own body (physically, mentally, and spiritually), enhancing her all-around well being to live a more flexible and fearless life both on and off the mat. 

Tracy is also a certified recovery coach. Her intention is to inspire others to find their own release of "letting go" so they can comfortably and competently move their bodies through life with liberation and freedom. Her hope is to share with you what yoga has done in and through her. 

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Zaneh Romaine Gonalez

Zaneh, pronounced like Dana, but with a “Z”. 😊 Zaneh was born and raised in Ocala, Fl and have pretty much lived an active lifestyle most of her life. Like many others, her health took a back seat when it came to  education and soon after college I found herself overweight, stressed, and constantly fatigued among other ailments. When she finally decided to turn things around she found herself struggling to maintain a consistent workout routine. At the time, most exercises were too stressful on the body and would cause a negative reaction with my blood sugar (probably from the years of abuse on her body and the overconsumption of caffeine in college). Frustrated with the realization that even most exercises were too stressful on her body, she was  suggested to try yoga. And was the best advice she had ever received! Zaneh can still remember that first class and how amazing she felt; physically, mentally, and even spiritually. It was this beautiful blend of strength and flexibility with a connection to breath. Zaneh felt her mind was clear and focused.  It was such a magical and memorable experience that has made her hooked to yoga ever since. As a yoga teacher, it is my hope to spark the interest of each student and ignite a hunger to keep coming back for more. I’ll see you on your mat!

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Maggie Merkiel 

Maggie grew up in a small village in County Cork, Ireland. As a young girl she loved to dance which became her form of self expression. She performed with the Cork City Ballet in multiple productions and graduated from Dance College in Colàiste Stiofàin Naofa. Maggie spent a couple of years traveling and working in the Spanish Canary Islands where she cultivated the Yama ‘Aparigraha’ (Non-hoarding/letting go) as she lived and traveled with fewpossessions. Ultimately her travels led her to Palm Coast Florida where she returned to her love of movement and mind body connection through yoga and  embarked on her 200hr YTT under the esteemed Gillian Taylor, founder of One Love Yoga. This program allowed Maggie to gain an extensive knowledge of the asana practice and an understanding of the philosophy of Yoga. Following her graduation from Yoga teacher training, Maggie was asked to teach at One Love Yoga studio where she taught multiple classes a week as well as teaching in other studios in the Palm Coast area. She moved to Ocala with her husband in September 2021 and is excited to share her practice with students in Ocala as she continues her own learning and practice of applying the Yamas and Niyamas to her daily life. 

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Contact Us

Evolve Power Yoga

1325 SE 25th Loop Suite 101
Ocala, FL 34471
Tel. 603.892.2209

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