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Hana Lukac

Hana Lukac is the director at Mula Yoga. She is an internationally acclaimed yoga teacher. Her style is best described as a fusion of Creative Vinyasa, Para Yoga and Smart Flow. Hana’s classes are intelligently sequenced, accessible for students of all levels, while being challenging and informative. She puts great emphasis on hands on adjustments helping the students take their practice to the next level.

Kelsey Douglas

Kelsey has studied vinyasa, yin and pre/post natal yoga, with an emphasis on meditative and fluid movement animated by the breath. 

Kelsey loves physical practices and the way movement can create a strong body-mind connection. Her teachings are grounded in yoga philosophy with a focus of helping others tap into their individual expression and experience of what yoga means to them. She believes that by creating an inner stillness through moving with breath on the mat, we can experience more moments that feel spacious, joyful and connected in our lives off the mat. 

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jennifer peckett

Jenn completed her Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training at Mula in February 2020. Her classes emphasize creative sequences and fluid movements aligned to beat of the breath. She believes there are endless discoveries, lessons, and gifts to experience on our mats and seeks to help her students tap into them and explore their potential. Jenn is a passionate yoga teacher and forever student who loves to share the gifts of yoga with all the beautiful yogis - whether in person or the virtual studio.

Gaby alanes

The greatest teacher is the inner teacher. In connecting with our inner self, we will find joy, unconditional love and our limitless potential. I aim to create and hold a space for others to experience the most authentic, honest and pure version of themselves. I am forever a student and enjoy teaching various types of classes. I am very passionate about teaching Energy Flow classes as I believe energy is everything. I aim to help students understand and connect with their own energy in order to unveil the brightest versions of themselves. 

Tash Francesca

Tash (she/her) is a dedicated, life long yoga philosophy, decolonization and movement student. She uses motion, stillness and an earth-based understanding to realize and embody a human experience from a place of compassion and curiosity. This foundation seeps into her teaching and in all her waking hours.

 Expect to be welcomed into classes and celebrated for who you already are and to leave with a deep appreciation for what is. Expect classes to range from classical to modern and with a deep connection to breath and a clear understanding of anatomy and the body.

Alexandra Laliberte

Having a great love for the spiritual and physical practice of yoga, Aley completed her Vinyasa flow YTT in Bali with Mula Yoga.  With the desire to help others connect with their deeper selves, Aley seeks to bring mindfulness and balance in her teaching through the integration of her knowledge of anatomy, Pilates and yoga.


Betsy is a certified yoga and Pilates instructor. Guided by the belief that you need a strong foundation to find the greatest freedom in your body, she loves combining the two modalities for an empowering, heartfelt practice.  Her classes will leave you feeling challenged, supported and connected to your body and breath.

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Laine weldon

Laine began practicing yoga as a teenager and has been fortunate to realize the power of its potential over the years. In 2017, she completed her 200hr training as a Tantric Hatha Yoga instructor with Zuna Yoga in Bali. She has since trained and taught throughout Southeast Asia, Vancouver, and her home town of Toronto.

Laine’s teaching method is based on the energetic systems of the body, rooted in scientific evidence and sacred tradition. She believes in the benefit of uniting the body, breath, and mind using the tools of asana, pranayama, and meditation in every class. Students can expect to develop concentration, balance, strength, and self-awareness, leaving with a sense of radiance.

Stella moolayil

Stella became a Yoga teacher through Mula Yoga in 2016, and her aim is to allow all her students to tap in and meet the serenity that’s within them. She hopes to shine a light on all that she meets by staying true to who she is and holding a safe space for all those around her to find their truth.

lisa power

I teach yoga because it came into my life at a time that I was struggling with a chronic and debilitating health condition, as well as its accompanying anxiety and depression. Yoga, coupled with meditation, self inquiry and ayurveda literally brought me back to life. I can't possibly do anything else in this life but share the gifts of these ancient sciences and continue to immerse myself in their teachings.


My classes combine a blend of long holds, vinyasa-style fluidity, pranayama and meditation, with a focus on accessing presence within each moment, thereby allowing the practice to be a portal into deepened self-connection and self-knowing. 

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Brittany ugolini

In 2010, Brittany stepped onto the yoga mat for the first time and has continued to fall in love with the practice ever since. In 2017, she completed her 200hr Vinyasa training and has been teaching creative and mindful classes ever since. In addition to her initial training, Brittany has also completed 50 hours of pre and post-natal training and is currently working through her 80hr Advanced Sequencing training at Mula. In her own personal practice and also in her classes, Brittany tries to encompass a yogic lifestyle with a big focus on taking what is learned on the mat, off of it into the real world.

Angelica Rao

Angelica is passionate about sharing a yoga practice that promotes peace of mind, connectedness, embodiment and healing. By creating and holding a safe space, she invites students to connect with their breath, the present moment and whatever they are feeling, experiencing, or working through. Through challenging, mindful movement connected to breath and intention, the yoga that she shares is healing, grounding, and transformative. Angelica wholeheartedly believes that everyone should have access to the benefits of yoga. She shares practice in women’s shelters, with youth in underserved communities, and with individuals from low income communities with mental health and addiction issues.

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