Welcome to the Winston Salem Yoga CoOp Brought to you by K10Yoga


K10Yoga CoOp is a community yoga space in Winston Salem, NC. Created as a space where we come together in shared practice and collective action for the Winston Salem community. We offer yoga classes on a sliding scale with no class over $10. Our space is trauma informed and welcoming of everyone seeking to grow and heal through yoga. We are located inside of 500Fit in the 500 building Downtown Winston-Salem, NC.

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We believe yoga to be much more than stretching and bending, it is a place to grow as a human, to become more mindful and to walk this earth with purpose, passion, and authenticity. Yoga can offer us a place to explore our deeper selves, to cry if we need it, to laugh and scream and cleanse!

We hope you will join us as we embark on a yoga journey that transforms us all from the inside out. Feel your worth, your inner beauty, your strength and your voice, and let it blossom. Know that you are welcome and we look forward to meeting you and sharing a sacred space with you.

Our yoga classes are appropriate for everybody and are themed around concepts for discovery, self love, adaptability and growth.


Meet the Instructors of K10Yoga CoOp!

All of the instructors at the K10Yoga CoOp in Winston Salem, NC are thoroughly trained in their designated fields. Our teachers come from many different backgrounds and teach from a true and authentic place!


Kristen Williams, ERYT500, YACEP

Kristen began practicing yoga in 2007 and quickly fell in love. By 2011 she had completed 500 hours of study and began traveling the world to share her love of yoga. She is the owner and founder of K10Yoga, lead teacher of K10Yoga School, co-founder of Yoga Evolving, a Continuing Ed Provider for Yoga Alliance, an Ambassador for Off the Mat, Into the World and CTZNWELL, a Facilitator Trainer for The Embody Love Movement and certified to teach Yoga for 12 Step Recovery. Her approach to life and to teaching is that one must do the work and step into their purpose and passion. When we accept what is in life, we stop fighting and just respond with honour and grace then the universe opens to us. Kristen started K10Yoga CoOp in June of 2017 as a place for new and experienced teachers to share yoga as they understand it, and a place for everyone to have access to yoga with all classes being on a sliding scale and no more than $10



Elisabeth Parker

Elisabeth Parker began practicing yoga as a mother-to-be in 1994 with Louisa Klein. Early on, Louisa taught Elisabeth the importance of adapting yoga postures and mindfulness to the state of being of each individual student. In 2001, Elisabeth began teacher training with Shakta Kaur Khalsa in Radiant Child Yoga, and since that time has worked with toddlers, adolescents, Amputees and Veterans. Elisabeth believes in developing her classes as a community-based resource for accessible, adaptive movement, resilience and recovery.



Caroline Stevens, RYT200

Caroline Stevens received her 200hr yoga certification in Playa Negra, Costa Rica! Her certification focuses on therapuetic alignment and Ayurveda wellness. In addition to yoga, Caroline has been dancing since she was four. Her dancing inspires a creative approach to her yoga practice and she also very much enjoys teaching improvisational and technique focused dance classes. In her spare time Caroline enjoys directing dance shows, writing, climbing, traveling, and hiking. Wherever and whenever, she ultimately loves being active and indulging in any form of art where she can express creativity.





Lana Skrypnyk, RYT200

Lana recently graduated K10Yoga School and is in the process of building brave, trauma-informed, body-positive spaces for LGBTQ+ identifying folks, POC, women, folx of different ability levels and body types, and any others who feel not quite “at home” in a traditional yoga studio setting. Lana is bringing all the mental and physical health benefits of yoga, meditation and mindfulness to anyone who needs it in an accessible, trauma-informed, community setting, regardless of means to pay for it. Lana is showing up and sharing how she survived the “worst year of her life” yet found her better self in the process. Best of all, she inspires you to dig deep and do the same. Shes bringing strength and healing through yoga classes and by sharing her own story. She’s encouraging others to dive in and find their true authentic selves, begin their healing journey, and be empowered to living

their best life regardless of where they are currently at in their journey!




Shakira Bethea, RYT200

Shakira Bethea is the founder and Owner of Train to Relax yoga and wellness. She grew up in the beautiful city of Winston-Salem, NC where she ran track and participated in competitive cheerleading. She then took her studies to UNC Chapel Hill, receiving her B.A. in Psychology and later, began her studies to become a Licensed Massage and Bodywork Therapist at Body Therapy Institute and Registered Yoga Instructor. She completed the Spirit of Learning program at Body Therapy Institute in May 2017 and offers educational courses to licensed massage therapists and yoga instructors. Her Yoga classes are fun and relaxing offering benefits that support the body and mind. Shakira enjoys live music, fireside chats, spending time with family, and helping the community in ways that promote social change and justice. Through this amazing journey of yoga and aerial art she hopes to extend her story of growth and love to create and invoke the daily practice of self-love, compassion and practical solutions to increase awareness of holistic healing.


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K10YOGA INCORPORATED is a non-profit and should they begin hiring employees will stand as an equal opportunity employer. We will not discriminate and will take affirmative action measures to ensure against discrimination in employment, recruitment, advertisements for employment, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions, and other conditions of employment against any employee or job applicant on the bases of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.