Nannette Bayles has always been drawn to conscious connectivity through movement. She began training in ballet when she was a little girl and developed a love for both the structure and the freedom that dance, and the arts gave her. She was mentored and fostered a love for modern dance and yoga as a teen, this carried over into her college years, studying and graduating with a BS in dance, modern dance emphasis, from Brigham Young University. In 2009 Nannette received her yoga teaching certification through the Yoga Education Institute and since has taught in many settings both with private clients, children, youth, and adult groups and in studios. To this day because of many life experiences both physically, emotionally, and socially, Nannette strives to live in a space of more mindfulness and connectivity. She holds a truth that the mind, body and spirit are inherently connected and to bring that truth to consciousness and put connectivity into practice is an essential part of living a life full of confidence, authenticity, and peace. She believes and teaches that we must just sit with ourselves for a while, we must connect with our layers and have a conversation. We converse and connect through breath, stillness, movement, and creativity. She holds a belief in the words of TKV Desikachar, “The more we progress on our path of connectivity, the more we become aware of the holistic nature of our being, realizing that we are made of body, breath, mind, we connect with our essence.”
Nannette is a mother of 7 beautiful children and one hedgehog named Buzz.