Our Teachers
Audrey
Audrey Cash is changing the way we think of hip-hop culture and spirituality. She is the founder of Level3 Yoga, an all hip hop yoga studio that focuses on promoting physical, spiritual, and emotional healing, while combating the stigmas around mental health within the hip-hop community. She is a yoga instructor, meditation guide, wellness speaker, mental health activist, and sound healer, leading sound baths throughout the Atlanta area. In addition to teaching at Level3, Audrey has led international retreats, and continues to provide yoga, meditation, and wellness services to corporate and private clients. Audrey is proud to serve on the Women in Media National Advisory Board of Directors as the Programming Chair and continues to create wellness programming with partners like Spelman College, Microsoft, LinkedIn, and Afropunk.
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Adam Caar

Adam Caar

Originally from New Jersey, Ajene Hall moved to Maryland to obtain her collegiate education. In the summer of 2015, Ajene found her love of yoga a year after completing her Masters Degree in Social Work. In 2018, Ajene relocated to Atlanta. Struggling to adjust to her new life, she took a deeper dive into the world of yoga and made a commitment to relax from mental and physical stressors. Eager to expand her yoga practice beyond Asanas, Ajené enrolled in extensive training and committed to obtaining her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Certification, December 2019. There she discovered the true power of her stillness through meditation and breathing techniques. Ajené challenges herself everyday to be vulnerable, open, and honest with everyone she teaches. She is dedicated to providing healing yoga practices to all of her students. She embraces all challenges, knowing that yoga is the remedy to soothe our daily lives.
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Tayler
Tayler began her yoga practice in 2017 at CorePower Yoga and later received her 200-hr teacher training certification in June 2021. Her experience in the practice has greatly contributed to both her physical and mental health and deepened her appreciation for stillness in the present moment. As a public health professional and advocate, her teaching centers on whole-body wellness with an emphasis on mind, body, and spirit connection through vinyasa flow. As a lifetime student of the practice, she looks forward to continued learning and as a teacher. Tayler hopes to cultivate a similar space of growth for her students to experience the many yoga benefits.