B-Team

Meet our team...

Meet Our Team

Monica Sherman

Monica Sherman


Monica’s love of yoga originates from her desire to help people heal and recover from injury and illness. She has over 1000 hours of training in massage therapy, structural integration and movement therapies.  She felt that adding the knowledge gained from practicing and teaching yoga she could help better assist in her clients recovery. Monica now focuses full time on teaching yoga.

By integrating her knowledge of the body into her teaching, she has used yoga to help those suffering from Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, and acute and chronic injuries. She currently teaches an adaptive/chair yoga class for all levels and abilities as well as many others on 3B’s regular schedule.

Monica has been teaching yoga for 14 years and has participated in 3 teacher trainings. She has had the privilege of studying with multiple Ashtanga teachers, movement specialists and adaptive yoga teachers. As well as learning from more experienced teachers, Monica has had the privilege of learning from her many students throughout the years.

Monica leads the 200 hour Teacher Training, the Internship Program, and The Art of Sequencing Training.

Besides spending time with her family, Monica enjoys experimenting with recipes, animals and being active in the great outdoors. She has a passion for studying all things related to Ashtanga yoga and anatomy and going downhill really fast.

Nicole Snow

Nicole Snow


In 2010 I was 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 was introduced to yoga by a friend and was immediately drawn to it.   Initially it was the physical practice of getting strong and staying flexible from years of dance that appealed to her, however, during the first few years of asana and learning about the 8 limbs of Ashtanga she found her life long practice.

She completed her Teacher Training with It’s Yoga in 2004. She has been teaching ever since and has completed several additional yoga trainings.

Gygi is the Kid’s yoga director and created the 3B 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.

Emily Haglund

Emily Haglund


At the beginning stage of her yoga journey, Emily quickly noticed the numerous benefits it had on her well-being. She wanted to learn more and share this meaningful practice, so in 2008 she completed the It’s Yoga 200 hour YTT with Amy Williams.  She has since continued education with many Ashtanga yoga teachers and anticipates a life of learning and growing through the Ashtanga Yoga tradition.

Emily has a bachelors of science in Psychology, in which she dedicated the last few years of her study to the research of the benefits of yoga and meditation.

Emily is a mother of two daughters, a lover of all cultures, a passionate world traveler and an outdoor enthusiast.

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.

Stephanie McAllister

Stephanie McAllister


Stephanie took her first yoga class in May 2014. She was immediately enthralled, and committed to a regular practice ever since. Yoga has changed significantly for her since she began, and continues to do so as new knowledge and understanding constantly unfolds. Her initial introduction was to a flow style with ashtanga roots, until she had the opportunity to attend Mysore classes in NYC with Guy Donahaye. Since then she has felt a deep fulfillment in the breathing sounds, and guiding light of the Mysore room each morning. The opportunity to dive deep into the subtleties of the body and learn to move with breath launched her teaching into a new perspective, and took her personal practice to a new depth. Stephanie loves to share her passion for the practice with whoever is willing to open their heart and mind to what yoga has to offer. Truly, she hopes that students of yoga learn a humble heart, and discover that it is so much more than the asana.

Yara Wilde

Yara Wilde


Yara’s Teacher Training began in 2006 when she certified in Ashtanga Yoga at It’s Yoga. She was later introduced to Pilates and developed a passion for its methods, which she became determined to share with others. She earned her certification in Mat and Reformer Pilates, and Balanced Body Barre through Balanced Body in 2010. Over the years, Yara has attended numerous Yoga and Pilates workshops in order to continue her education, experience, and training. Her goal is to provide classes that are fun, creative, challenging, and effective for anyone―regardless of age or physical condition.

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.

Lauren Barney

Lauren Barney


Flor Macias

Flor Macias


Flor started practicing Ashtanga yoga in 2014 as a way to release her stress and was fascinated by immediate sense of calmness and vitality she felt. She received her 200-hour teacher certification here at 3B in January 2016 and considers herself a lifelong student as she continues to perfect her own practice and help others do the same. She has had the honor of sharing her love for yoga with both English and Spanish-speaking students and aims to make this practice accessible to anyone. She believes that with patience and dedication, students can experience whole-body transformations along with compassionate awareness, stillness, and clarity. Come enjoy the profound benefits that this practice has to offer. See you on the mat!

Hannah Hunt

Hannah Hunt


Hannah was introduced to Ashtanga yoga while in high school and quickly fell in love with the practice. Over the years, she found that yoga enabled her to become kinder, stronger and more mindful in her daily activities. Hannah completed her 200 hour teacher training in 2011 and a kids yoga teacher training in 2016 here at 3B Yoga. She loves seeing the various benefits of yoga and how the practice can be adapted for everyone to enjoy.

Hannah has a bachelor’s degree in behavioral science with an emphasis in anthropology. She enjoys spending time with her husband and family, exploring the great outdoors, and traveling.

 

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.

Charity Stockton

Charity Stockton


Elizabeth Alderson

Elizabeth Alderson


Yoga has been a part of my life for over 14 years, my practice has helped me grow stronger, more flexible and fearless, both on and off the mat. Yoga inspires me to live each moment more mindfully. I completed my 200 hr in the teachings of Hatha yoga by Beth Spindler a Himalayan institute resident and yoga author at The Yoga Institute.

“In my classes, I love to combine creative sequencing, a spirit of playfulness and a dose of inspiration to help you deepen your practice. I seek to help others thrive in life by nurturing body, mind and soul with yoga, and my hope is that you step off the mat feeling refreshed, nourished and balanced.”
Amy Williams

Amy Williams


Founder

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 lead teacher trainings and guided 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!