B-Team

Meet our team...

Meet Our Team

Amy Williams

Amy Williams


School Director & Owner

I am grateful to be a student of the traditional lineage of Ashtanga. I hope I am stronger, softer and more full of love because of this practice. I have been leading teacher trainings and guiding others on this path since 2001. I have been fortunate to learn from some of The Greats! of Ashtanga: Larry Schultz, and Tim Miller. Additionally, I most grateful to have met Sri. K Pattabhi Jois, Guruji, who has made all of this possible. Om!

Jessica Holmes

Jessica Holmes


Jessica Holmes became a 200 hour certified Ashtanga Yoga instructor in 2007. She started her journey at Its Yoga in Provo, Utah and learned from her teacher Amy Williams. Over the years she accomplished 125 more hours of advanced trainings at 3B Yoga. She has also been able to attend retreats and workshops taught by some of the master students of Ashtanga Yoga. Continuing her knowledge about the practice has been both rewarding as a student, a teacher and for her everyday life.

Monica Sherman

Monica Sherman


Monica Sherman has been teaching yoga for 12 years. She has over 800 hours of training in Ashtanga Yoga, Adaptive yoga and various movement techniques.

Currently Monica is the director of the 200 hour teacher training at 3B Yoga.

Reid Robison

Reid Robison


Reid Robison is a psychiatrist, meditation practitioner, yogi & humanitarian. By day, Reid is CEO and co-founder of a venture-backed software company called Tute Genomics, on a crusade to personalize medicine. As a father of 5 kids, including particularly lively 7-year-old twins, Reid uses yoga & meditation to stay sane in our fast-paced, tech-crazed society and find stillness and clarity for the soul. In what little free-time Reid has, he enjoys reading/writing/arithmetic, meditation, playing on his yellow piano, and painting large pixelated murals of epic scientists, including the well-known Einstein mural downtown Provo. Reid wants everyone to do more yoga and dream big, because life is too rad to be sad. So pour yourself a kombucha, put on some yoga pants, and pull yourself together because the best of you is yet to come.

Melinda Hale

Melinda Hale


Mindy fell in love with yoga the very first time she tried it. Initially drawn to the physical practice, Mindy has grown to respect and cherish the transformative nature of the mind-body connection, and the nonphysical growth that is the natural result of a regular and committed practice. For her, a highly focused and physically challenging practice is the easiest and most direct way to encourage the body to connect with the mind in order to transcend the setbacks and challenges that we face in our day-to-day lives. In other words, expect to sweat in her classes.

Mindy has taught continuously since completing her initial teacher training in 2008. She has continued her studies at various trainings and workshops around the country. She is fortunate in having taught and practiced with some of the most amazing and genuine people she could ever hope to meet.

Nicole Snow

Nicole Snow


In 2010 was I unintentionally introduced to Yoga. I quickly realized Ashtanga Yoga was much deeper then just a physical practice, but a spiritual experience every time you step onto the mat. Ashtanga Yoga has made me into a more balanced, patient and humble person. I was fortunate to become certified through 3B Yoga studying under Amy Williams in 2011. My goal as a teacher and assistant is to encourage students to connect deeper emotionally and spiritually by focusing their awareness to the Breath, Bandhas and Drishti. I enjoy watching everyone evolve through their dedication to the practice.

Gygi Koster

Gygi Koster


Gygi Koster came to Utah from Virginia in 1997. She studied Dance and Photography at UVU and UofU. A friend introduced her to yoga and she began practicing regularly in 2003. She was drawn to the physical practice of ashtanga yoga. Getting strong and staying flexible from years of dance were her personal motivators, however, the many benefits of asana, meditation and the rhythmic breath are what keep her coming to her mat day after day. She completed her Teacher Training with It’s Yoga in 2004. She has been teaching ever since and has completed several additional trainings at 3B Yoga. In addition to teaching a B1 class on Tuesday evenings, Gygi specializes in teaching Prenatal Yoga as well as Kid’s Yoga and is currently teaching a Kid’s Yoga Teacher Training. She enjoys hiking and playing outside with her family and tries to get to the beach any chance she can.

Meg Maurer

Meg Maurer


Meg was first introduced to yoga as a teenager and was immediately drawn to the practice of breath and movement. She became a devoted Ashtangi who grew and evolved with the studio over the years. She completed her 200 hour YTT under the direction of her teacher Amy Williams at 3B Yoga, and her heart has been in sharing yoga ever since. Meg is fascinated with the mind-body connection, and has found greater happiness and peace in her life through practicing asana and mindfulness. She hopes to guide her students towards discovering their true inner guru and experiencing more harmony with the universe through her mediation classes.

Jarom Stubbs

Jarom Stubbs


Jarom has been meditating for years, guiding public meditations for over a year, and thrives on the positive energy found within group meditations. In addition to a M.Ed., Jarom is certified through the McLean Meditation Institute and his meditation background is what he would call “heart-centered,” which involves anything that increases love, peace, compassion, and finding the true Self. When not involved in meditation, Jarom is reading, hiking, or spending time with his 3 wonderful kids and amazing wife. Jarom is passionate about educating others about the transformative power of meditation.