Nicole Rainey

Owner & Instructor

Nicole Rainey is a dedicated Yoga practicioner. She embarked on her Yoga journey in 2002. In 2003, Nicole attended the intensive, 500-hour Bikram Yoga Training in L.A. In 2006, the practice of Bhakti (devotional) Yoga, aided her shift towards a more spiritual connection to the practice of Yoga. Nicole became a licensed massage therapist in 2006, specializing in Deep Tissue, Thai Yoga and Craniosacral Therapy. She now shares Laser Therapy with her clients, as a non-invasive, drug-free modality for healing.

As the previous owner, and operator of Midtown Juniper Yoga, in Bend, Oregon, Nicole evolved from being an instructor, to an entrepreneur, team leader, and international Yoga Retreat leader. One of her most rewarding ventures was leading a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2017. She intends to continue to offer mentorships, and continuing education for Coeur D’Alene’s growing community of yoga instructors, and all who seek the benefits of Yoga.

Allison Parsons

Instructor

Allison fell in love with yoga at an early age and has been practicing for 8 years. With her welcoming demeanor, she challenges students to connect a bit deeper with themselves – physically, mentally & spiritually. In her classes, you can always expect rejuvenation, community and even a little bit of laughter.

Jenn Hansen

Instructor

Jenn Hansen is from Coeur d’ Alene, and loves to share her energy and passions with others. Classically trained in ballet and a strong passion for fitness outside of dance, Jenn created her own dance fitness program called Soul Fusion teaching in Idaho, California, Hawaii, and Costa Rica. Jenn fell in love with the practice of yoga and became certified in 2016. Since, she has been teaching many styles including Vinyasa, Power Flow, Hot Yoga, and Detox Flow. Recently Jenn became certified in Reiki level One and Two, a gentle healing art helping to restore the body’s own strength and capacity for renewal.

Miranda Blake

Instructor

Yoga has been a part of Miranda’s life for over a decade. Yoga is held dearly in her heart, and is a source of inspiration to appreciate the day to day moments that we can get lost in so easily.

Miranda completed her 200 RYT training in Salt Lake, Utah. She has been teaching for 6 years.

In Miranda’s classes, you’ll experience a combination of creative sequencing that is light hearted, yet intentional. She strives to help others find balance in their mind, body, and soul. Her intentions is, that after every class you step off your mat feeling refreshed, nourished and balanced.

Clark Richman

Instructor

Clark moved North Idaho in 1994. He has been the Director of Trinity Group Homes, a Program of St. Vincent de Paul for 4 years. He is a dedicated mental health professional, and has been in the mental health field since 1992.

Clark is an avid outdoor sports enthusiast and enjoys skiing, back packing, hiking, mountain biking, road biking and trail running. Clark found hot yoga in 2012 and was immediately drawn to its benefits. He found that consistent practice helped calm and focus his mind, as well as, create great strength, flexibility, and resiliency in his body. In September, 2019 Clark enrolled in an intensive Hot Hatha Yoga Practitioner Training, here in CDA, at The Path. He is excited to now be a Hot Hatha teacher and looks forward to continuing to learn and grow as the process unfolds.