Kim Wenger Hall, Guide & Founder
Kim Hall creates transformative experiences that support participants to align with their purpose *and* brighten their own inner spark of joy. Her curiosity about the world and love of travel inspired her to create TravelAsana, a brand that integrates service, advocacy, discovery, and holistic wellness.
Based in Lebanon, New Hampshire, Kim is a muralist, RYT-500 yoga teacher, and wanderer. In addition to studio classes, she brings yoga to special populations, including people in recovery, survivors of traumatic brain injury, patients with cancer, and older adults. Kim supports her students to live their yoga, guidiPang them to greater contentment through strength, balance, and flexibility.
Kim founded TravelAsana with a simple mission at heart: “Travel Well, Have Fun, Do Good Work.” She dreams of a healthy ecology supported by willing hands, conscious hearts, and mindful travel (minimizing environmental impact and maximizing wellness). She invites inquisitive travelers to explore our beautiful planet and serve the world together.
Jill's yoga teaching is an accumulation of hundreds of hours spent training, teaching and practicing over the last 5 years. Currently enrolled in her second 500 hour program with Amy Ippoliti and the 90 Monkeys, Jill continues to step into the student role to deepen her knowledge and awareness of the this ancient practice. The joy and passion she has for teaching ignites her life and inspires her yoga classes. In 2015 Jill was invited to teach to the student in the Himalayan Health Exchange in India where she taught on rooftops and the hillsides of the Himalayas. Back home in her local communities she teaches in studios, leads paddle board yoga, mountain top yoga and organizes themed classes like Art and Asana nights and various workshops. When Jill isn't training you can bet travel will be in the plans! When Jill isn't training you can bet travel will be in the plans!
Jill’s Sansara Focus: Paddle board yoga, Power Vinyasa, Deep Dive Restorative
Swan discovered yoga as she has most things: through a book. In this instance the hefty and illustrated tome was Iyengar’s, “Yoga: The Path to Holistic Healing.” Her curiosity was piqued and she has been discovering, learning and experiencing as much as possible ever since. Swan completed a 200 hour Hatha Yoga teacher training in 2008 and began sharing her passion teaching classes with climbers and at addiction recovery centers. She later studied and has offered workshops in Yin Yoga, Baptiste Power Yoga, and AcuYoga (which pairs movements/poses with energy meridians). She has been blessed with incredible teachers and guides who have cultivated her understanding; she integrates her passion for music, anatomy and storytelling to create dynamic classes that stimulate healing conversations with the body. Swan fills her free time with climbing, riding bikes, reading, writing and playing outside as much as possible.
Swan’s Sansara Focus: Yin Yoga, River Writing Workshop, AcuYoga