Our Teachers...



In 2020 Bianca founded drift + oak with the intention to share her love of yoga and wellness with the community. She has been teaching yoga for 6 years but practicing for over 15. She is a 200 Hr E-RYT and is in the process of completing her 500hr RYT. She is also a Wellness Coach, certified in Reiki, Yin, Prenatal and Children's Yoga. Her typical style of teaching is a very well rounded Vinyasa practice incorporating both strong powerful poses with restorative ones. She has a passion for making playlists to fit the mood of each class that she teaches. You can be sure you will walk out of Bianca's classes feeling challenged and refreshed. Off the mat she enjoys spending time with her 3 small children. She loves to read, take day trips or check out local restaurants and breweries. Her favorite places in the world are Cape Cod and Portland, ME.



Amy has been involved with the health and wellness world for most of her life. She has been teaching work out classes of many varieties for over 30 years. As an avid cyclist her main focus has been spin. She offers our community unparalleled knowledge on body mechanics, anatomy and safety. Amy also works throughout the year to raise money for the American Diabetes Association. We are proud to support her endeavors by offering a community classes where proceeds go to the fight against diabetes.

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Kate has been practicing yoga since her departure from the world of competitive sports. She is passionate about promoting self love and helping others discover their personal power both on and off the mat. Kate fell in love with yoga as a rediscovery of body movement with absolute freedom and joy. She is a 200hr RYT, a Holy Fire III Reiki Master, a Yoga Nidra Instructor, and a Gravity Yoga Teacher. Kate is certified to teach Trauma-Informed Yoga and has a degree in Sports Psychology.


Mary has been teaching yoga for 5+ years, while maintaining her own practice for 10. She began her journey teaching after ending a 16-year basketball career, playing up until her collegiate years at Suffolk University in Boston. Yoga brought a sense of mindfulness and movement Mary was looking for as she transitioned away from her years on the court. 
She brings both the mindfulness and powerful movements to her teaching style, with faster-pace vinyasa flows and fun asana transitions focusing on the whole body. She encourages her students to try new ways of movement in a healthy and safe way, always offering other alternatives. 
When Mary isn’t in the studio, she’s works for a marketing agency in paid social media advertising. She also enjoys outdoor activities with her husband and loves bird watching, gardening and snuggles with her Maine Coon cat, Gus!