loft on main is
a upstairs space, an upper room
where we rise higher
by being grounded
a place to breathe
a place to be still and to move
to be silent and to be in dialogue
a place where we can learn to live and lead with stability in motion.
where we can journey as individuals, converging together,
to help loft each other on our paths.
loft on main is a place to be, do, and loft
At loft on main, our core values are the foundation for all we are and all we do. They are integrated into the fabric of our very being. All facilitators sign an agreement that they will uphold these values in their teachings. It is the standard we set for everyone involved - students and teachers alike.
We believe all people have inherent dignity, and we intentionally behave in ways that honor their dignity. We accept all people, regardless of religion, race, gender, age, socio-economic status, and sexual orientation, and go out of our way to make all people feel welcome. What we offer at loft on main is for everyone.
The world is filled with opportunities where we are expected to compete and strive. At loft on main, we see the mat (and chair) as a place of surrender. Surrendering to who we are and where we are at each moment. There are many places of yoga and teaching that create a striving, competitive environment. Loft on Main is a place to rest from that type of environment. We extend grace to our students and to each other.
We believe to experience stability in motion in life, we need to intentionally integrate body, mind, heart and spirit into everything we teach and do. When you come to a yoga class, in addition to the asanas (poses), you will receive guidance on deep breathing and a heart meditation. When you come to a meditation and mindful class, we will first start with ways to ground our bodies, and provide self-reflection exercises to dig deeper into your own heart. We call these integrated practices.
We intentionally include, partner with, and lift up individuals and communities who are experiencing oppression, poverty, inequity, and persecution. This can be during an individual’s participation in a class, by supporting initiatives we will highlight throughout the year, and by encouraging students to purchase goods from our retail corner. See our LOFT page for more details.
Interested in renting the space? We offer very affordable rates for work space, events, collaborative meetings, workshops and retreats. Available for weekly, monthly, and one-time rentals.
Owner of Loft on Main
Principal and Owner of Winn Summit Strategies and Winn Win Yoga
Facilitator, Trainer, Consultant, and Yoga Instructor
Angie has spent over 25 years as a professional in Leadership and Organizational Development, helping individuals, leaders, and teams thrive. She has worked in both the for-profit and non-profit space, and has created assessments gauging the health of leaders and teams, provided solutions to improve morale and performance, and strategized with leadership teams on vision and planning.
Angie is also a certified yoga instructor (RYT 200) and specializes in Yin Yoga, and loves blending this deep and inward practice with the more active Hatha and Iyengar styles.
Angie's passion specifically is working with leaders and individuals in vulnerable communities. Loft on main provides a place for her to bring her expertise in Leadership and Organizational Development, the healing modality of yoga, and her passion for the vulnerable. If interested in engaging her in leadership and organizational development consulting, coaching, teambuilding, or retreat facilitation, please click on Center for Stability in Motion below.
Angie has a Bachelors in Psychology from the University of Florida, a Master's of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Central Florida, and certified as a Master Coach from the Behavioral Institute, and in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Emotional Competency Assessments. She is a wife, and a mom of 2 boys and a dog.
Owner of Surya Kids Yoga
Combining her growing passion for Yoga practices that promote a deep sense of well-being along with a desire to create a space for kids to rejuvenate and reconnect with themselves and the world around them is what led to the inception of Sky. Sky stands for Surya Kids Yoga, Surya means sun god, hope is a place of light; a place to find mindfulness, rest, peace and awareness. Her passion was ignited when she started her own practice of yoga and it began to unfold as her daughter closely practiced alongside her. She observed that her daughter was able to reconnect with her own light which spilled over all areas of life, within her and around her: actively showing improvement and betterment in her grades, behavior, discipline, relationships and friendships, her self image and self awareness. All these things that Sruthi was experiencing herself manifested into her little girl's life through the practice of Yoga. Sky Yoga is the light that brings experience to little ones.
Born and raised in Miami, where she danced professionally. Her passion for movement and expression of spirit is what prompted her to explore yoga after an injury while running ½ marathons. Yoga created space for her to connect to her body, mind and breathe. It was a dance for her, inviting opportunities for healing and growth. Mana is also an elementary school teacher and has been teaching for over 25 years. Currently she teaches the gifted students at Windy Ridge and in addition to teaching the curriculum, she teaches mindfulness through the Young Yogi Program. “If every 8 year old in the world is taught meditation, we will eliminate violence from the world within one generation” Dalai Lama. As a trained Stephen Minister, she provides one on one Christ centered care to those experiencing a difficult time.
Mana is a wife and a mom to two amazing kids and soon she will be an empty nester. Serving the community to restore hope, heal and feel connected in being the change we wish to see in the world, guides her to the next phase in her life.
After postponing her mission for several years to raise her children, Tammy is excited to continue her journey to inspire and teach others. As an accomplished Christian Ho’oponopono Practitioner, Ki-Hara Trainer, Best Selling Author, Ironman Triathlete, Yoga Instructor, Life Coach, Mother and Wife, Tammy has a passion for sharing her experiences and assisting others to help clear and free themselves from the physical, mental and emotional blocks that may be contributing to problems in their lives.
She began her spiritual journey into health and wellness in 2005 while training for Ironman Florida. During the many hours she spent training and racing, she discovered a way to connect with God and was inspired to dig deeper and listen. After Ironman, she became still and started studying yoga and resistance stretching. She later opened her own studio as it was her dream to create a safe place in which people could join together to heal. After several years, she closed her studio to focus on herself and her children. She comes with a grateful heart to join The Loft on Main Team and looks forward to connecting and sharing space. She encourages everyone to incorporate mental, physical and spiritual wellness into their daily schedules and lives. She will be offering group classes, special courses and workshops as well as private one on one resistance stretching sessions.
Jessica is a Yoga Teacher, ERYT 200, RYT 500, Reiki Master, Retired Yoga Studio Owner, Yoga Studio Business Coach., and Founder of Yoga For Beginners Orlando. Her passion is teaching others that there is more to yoga than the fancy poses you see on Instagram. During her time as a yoga studio owner she realized how the general public viewed yoga-Unaffordable, unattainable, intimidating, and non-inclusive of those with less money, less mobility, and those that don’t fit into the mold of a “yoga body”- A.k.a. most of the worlds population. She now strives to break the barrier between the yoga world and the main stream so that we can begin to heal ourselves with the physical and spiritual work of yoga as well as heal our communities with Yoga’s ethical practices, to reduce suffering by helping those in need.
If you’re looking for Jessica, she will either be hanging with her daughter and husband, enjoying the local vegan eateries around Orlando, hanging at home with their 2 rescue dogs, 2 rescue cats, and 2 rescue cockatiels, volunteering at the local animal shelter or teaching yoga in the fabulous Florida sunshine!