Meet Our Instructors

Dr. Danielle

Dr. Danielle Hanlon


Dr. Danielle Hanlon attended California State University Long Beach and Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, where she graduated summa cum laude with a Doctorate degree as a Chiropractic Physician. Dr. Hanlon has been a practicing Chiropractic Physician since 1995 and maintains a practice with her husband, Dr. Hubert Hanlon.

Dr. Hanlon teaches a 4 week YogaBack course for patients and members of the community who are new to the practice of yoga and suffer from chronic back pain as a result of disc herniation, sciatica, arthritis, scoliosis, etc.




Rachelle has twenty years of experience as a group fitness instructor and personal trainer. She holds Group Exercise and Personal Trainer certifications through National Strength and Conditioning Association, as well as BodyPump and BodyCombat certifications with Les Mills. She takes a pragmatic, science-based approach to strength training, focusing on mastering fundamental movement patterns.



My name is Melissa. I got married in June 2019 and I love teaching group exercise. I played competitive softball in college and wanted to keep in shape after. I have taught Les Mills Body Pump and HITT training classes. I love to break a sweat and feel stronger after every class. Strong is sexy!



Jen discovered yoga in 2006 after a decade of navigating how to manage anxiety and depression. With her first yoga class and a quiet cry in savasana, she felt some of the heaviness begin to lift off her shoulders. Her love of yoga and the way it made her feel inspired her to share this with others. She completed her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2011 and went on to complete a Kids Yoga Training with Flow and Grow Yoga in 2015. After ten years of teaching, Jen completed her 300 hour Yoga Teacher Training with Chakra Power Yoga in 2021.


Jen believes that every class can be inclusive and accessible if taught the right way. Realizing that people of different ages, bodies and abilities might want more than Gentle Yoga, her Vinyasa flow includes modification options while continuing to flow and build strength.


Starting a yoga practice can feel intimidating and Jen’s goal is to make each student feel welcome. She hopes to arm students with the tools and space they need to leave class feeling strong, confident, happy and at peace. Each class begins with meditation and breath work followed by carefully sequenced poses to safely ease you into a vigorous or gentle flow. Jen’s classes are fun and down to earth, with a grounding flow meant to challenge your body as well as restore.




My passion for health and fitness led me to become a fitness instructor over thirty years ago. I strongly believe in the necessity for an active lifestyle to promote a positive physical and emotional balance of well-being.


My experience teaching fitness throughout my life and the certifications that I have acquired through AFAA for Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer, Pilates, Yoga, Weight Training, Kick-Boxing, Stability Ball and numerous workshops have helped me to become an effective instructor.


My goal is to make a positive difference in the lives of others by sharing my enthusiasm, knowledge, motivating fitness classes, and genuine love of a healthy way of living.



My love of teaching has always been my drive in life. I am a newly retired Special Education Teacher of 34 years. My goal at age 50 was to become a Les Mills Bodystep instructor. Next, I got certified as a Group X instructor. I continued on to get my Pilates certification.



Candice is a nationally certified fitness instructor specializing in teaching POUND Fitness, TRX Suspension Training, HIIT, and full body muscle conditioning and toning classes.  

Her goal every day is to inspire others to commit to their long-term fitness goals and to focus on overall health and wellness.