Kendra, of KWORKSFitness, started her career as a personal trainer in 2012.  She became certified through NASM(National Academy of Sports Medicine) and began apprenticing under Johnny Jackson of JPI(Jackson Performance Institute) as a performance enhancement specialist of high school, collegiate, and professional athletes.  After honing her skills, she branched off and began learning the industry of fitness while testing her physical body through body building, football, rugby, an finally yoga.

Now KWORKSFitness serves as a community sanctuary for wellness.  Offering everything from High Intensity Muslce Gain, Rehabilitative Fitness, Fat Loss/Gain, Special Populations Functional Training, Yoga, Trauma Informed Yoga, Spiritual Counseling, Family Fitness and more.  Kendra seeks to heal every generation of their curses through mind/body restoration and connection.  PREPARE THE BODY, HEAL THE MIND!


My classes are thoughtfully designed with a focus on community, intentional movement, education, and the power of breathwork. My goal is to create a balanced experience while incorporating elements of meditation, nature, and mindfulness. My classes provide a safe space for self-discovery and finding inner peace.
I teach because I am dedicated to making a positive impact on the community. I find fulfillment in sharing the benefits of yoga with others, helping them cultivate a greater sense of Self.
Ami Ford


Lindsay is a nationally certified health coach and fitness instructor, with specialty certifications in weight management and orthopedic health/joint pain. She’s the founder of Break Free Fitness – a curvy women’s health and fitness company which gives away 10% of its business as scholarships to low-income women.

Lindsay has taught over 10,000 classes on topics like reversing arthritis, exercise modifications for bodies of all sizes, and staying healthy while aging.

You can find her at or strolling the streets of Atlanta hunting for historic houses to restore, practicing German long-sword fighting and other medieval weaponry, or curled up on her sofa with her two cats reading the newest Sarah J Maas novel.


My name is Ariele Keller, and I am a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Eating Disorder-Informed Behavioral Change Specialist. I grew up in Columbus, Ohio and moved to Atlanta with my husband of 5 years, Justin, at the end of 2019. I love the outdoors, have a passion for people, genuine connection, conversation and helping people rebuild negative relationships with food, fitness and body image.

I specialize in complex movement patterns, keeping movements creative and exciting, working your brain along with your body, and having a great time!



Savannah (Sav) is a 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance. She completed her yoga teacher training at Dancing Dogs Yoga in Atlanta in May 2022 (the same month she finished her Masters at Emory!) and has been working towards her advanced training to become 500 hour certified. She teaches vinyasa-based classes that focus on strengthening, mobility, flexibility, grounding, and breath work. She lived in Augusta for a year and taught a community yoga class at the local rock climbing gym. That is where she began rock climbing and knew she had to find a similar community when she moved back to Atlanta.

She believes that yoga is not solely a physical practice, but a mental, emotional, and spiritual one that occurs both on and off the mat. In addition to teaching vinyasa-style classes she is also very passionate about making yoga accessible for everyBODY. She teaches yoga 101 workshops for those who want to begin— or begin again— a life long yoga practice. Outside of yoga, Sav is a huge nerd: she plays Dungeons and Dragons, attends comic cons, and watches the Lord of the Rings trilogy at least once every year.


Finding yoga as an adult led Alex to a renewed feeling of strength and mobility that they hadn’t experienced since childhood. They went through a period of time where they tried out different sports and activities, but nothing stuck. Around age 20, through trying to improve their flexibility, Alex started practicing yoga and fell back in love with movement. Through practicing the physical aspects of yoga, the life changing philosophy started to sink in as well.
Alex decided to do a yoga teacher training soon after beginning their practice, but Covid put those plans on hold. In 2021, they decided they could wait no longer and started an online teacher training with Aura Wellness Center, becoming certified in 2022. They believe that yoga is for everyone and prioritize safety and accessibility in their classes. Alex’s favorite thing about teaching is seeing people improve their mobility over time. You do not have to be flexible or strong to do yoga, you just have to show up and the strength and flexibility will come.