At Stillness Yoga & Meditation Center it is our mission to create environments and experiences that promote individual and collective well - being in the service of humanity.
We envision a community of belonging where all people come together to inspire the best in our human spirit and in our world.
We Value: Connection. Authenticity. Diversity. Accessibility.
We hold the fundamental belief that the safety, happiness, and well-being of each individual are not separate ideals, but rather, interconnected values. We understand that when one of these values is compromised, it can have a ripple effect on the others. That's why we prioritize the safety of our students, and communities, and strive to create a positive and supportive environment that promotes happiness and well-being. We believe that by upholding these values, we can create a stronger, more resilient society that respects, honors and values all living beings and our earth. Join us in our commitment to safety, happiness, and well-being.
How Consistently Practicing Yoga and Meditation Changes Our Lives
Helps you sleep better
Decreases anxiety & depression
Improves physical & mental well being
Reduces stress levels
Improves attention & concentration
500+hour CYT, CMT,
Meditation for Well Being, Evening Meditation
Gentle Yin Yoga
Gentle Hatha Yoga,
Corporate Mindfulness and Wellness Classes/Workshops
Having experienced the positive transformative effects of yoga and meditation personally, Stephanie Clement, RYT, CSYT, MT, CYT, founded Stillness Yoga and Meditation Center in Marietta, Ga. in 2005. She is a registered yoga teacher at the 500+hour level, holds certifications in yoga therapy and philosophy, and she is a Certified Meditation Teacher. Recognizing the exceptional ability of meditation and yoga working together to unite the body and mind, Stephanie's passion led her to pursue deeper studies in the areas of meditation and Mindfulness, as well as Hatha Yoga. In her effort to encourage whole body, mind, and soul wellness, Stephanie is a trained Mindfulness Instructor, Mindfulness in Schools K-12 Instructor, and Mindfulness for Difficult Emotions instructor. She is also a Reiki Master and Wellness Retreat Facilitator.
Stephanie’s classes are steeped in safe alignment for an approachable exploration of yoga postures and infused with an awareness of breath, allowing that still quiet place within each student to arise. Her meditation classes are accessible for everyone as she gently guides you into a present awareness of that quiet, non judgemental place inside . With experience in teaching both adults and children in private/group settings and retreat venues, Stephanie has found the practice of meditation, mindfulness and yoga to be a solid foundation for optimal well being and wholeness at any age.
Stephanie continues to grow and learn by studying and developing her experience and wisdom of the practices of meditation, yoga, and the holistic healing arts with many teachers. She holds a BS in Education from the University of Georgia and has an extensive background in teaching, coaching, and sports medicine.
Stephanie teaches throughout the week. Please check our schedule page.
500 hour E-RYT
Online Stretch and Rest
Rose Mary White
Rose Mary’s yoga practice focuses on the slower and quieter side of yoga. In her hectic life as a high school teacher, Rose Mary has found the stretch and meditative work of yin, restorative, and slower vinyasa flow exactly what she needs to balance the yang of everyday life. Rose Mary holds an RYT500 certification, a yin certification, a restorative certification, and a prenatal certification. She is also a Reiki Master.
500 hour RYT
Jessica Otieno is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT500), Reiki Master, Certified Healing Circle Facilitator, Whole Soul Life & Wellness Coach, and Certified Integrative Nutrition Holistic Health Coach. Jessica is trained in Trauma-informed, Gentle, Kundalini, Vinyasa, Yin, Yoga HIIT, Stand-Up-Paddleboard, Children’s & Teen’s Yoga practices, with additional studies in Enneagram, Ayurveda, and Feminine & Lunar cycles. Jessica utilizes a wide variety of alternative healing practices to help people develop a deeper, loving, and compassionate sense of self, take control of their lives, and experience a healthier, happier, more inspired life.
Jessica was propelled into a journey of healing at a very young age of 7, having miraculously survived being run over by a school bus, followed by a multitude of procedures and therapies including learning how to walk again, exploring and experiencing many facets of Western and Eastern medicine. Jessica fell in love with the variety of healing modalities, alternative medicine, and energetic medicine practices, and believes that every one of us needs our own unique blend of healing practices on our own timeline based on our personal life journey.
Jessica believes that each and every one of us has a unique, divine purpose to fulfill in our lifetime, and that as we explore ourselves at our innermost levels, we receive the gift of discovering our true essence. These alternative modalities give us a respected and honored set of tools and vehicle to explore, heal, and love ourselves into being the most pure, embodied, radiant Self possible.
200 hour RYT
Lakshmi has been practicing Yoga for the past 13 years. She received her 200 RYT in 2018. In the beginning yoga was just part of her workout regime to stretch and relax and over the years she has grown to explore yoga's depth and philosophy. Her experience in yoga has opened her to believe that surviving life, thriving in life, and creating your vision is a transformational journey we are all born to travel. Our timelines are unique, however, we will get to creating the life we want in time.
Lakshmi is a proud mom, wife, daughter, and aunt. Her interest surrounds the subject of psychology and philosophy.She loves to read and be involved in book clubs. She lives in Marietta, GA.
200 hour E-RYT
Amanda has found that yoga has brought her closer to herself. Her goal in yoga is to open the doorway to loving-kindness toward herself and others, not necessarily by nailing a pose, but with reflection on the tough questions that arise in our practice: Are we really listening? How can we embody love on the mat today? Which parts of the body need attention? This is the exploration Amanda imparts in her classes.
"I hope to open the door for students to be there for themselves, whatever form that may take. For some, it might look like hitting that pose after months of practice, but for others it might mean coming out of a pose. Showing ourselves that acceptance and self-care is yoga."
200 hour RYT
Neda turned to yoga after finding herself in hip pain, not realizing she was about to delve into a lifestyle. Soon after, registered for Yoga Teacher Training and is a huge advocate ever since. “What you avoid is often what you need” when telling people about her journey into yoga. Neda’s yoga style is slower and inviting. Wanting to learn the students needs and likes while becoming fans of the physical element of yoga. Neda also holds a PharmD and Masters in Public health, and level 2 Reiki trained. If not practicing yoga, reading books or at the gym, you will find her with husband 2 children and 2 dogs.
200 hour RYT
Gentle Hatha Yoga
Tina’s teaching style is alignment-oriented and gentle, which allows students of all levels to find ease and comfort in their yoga practice. She emphasizes creating a safe and inclusive space for students to cultivate mind, body and breath awareness. Tina completed her 200- hour registered yoga teacher training with Dr. Naima Lewis and Hyer Dynamic Health Discoveries in 2014. Her training equipped her with the knowledge and skills to guide students through effective yoga practices that promote transformation and growth.
Tina has taught in various settings, including a memorable experience leading yoga and meditation sessions on the Nile River in Egypt. The serene environment and ancient history added a unique dimension to her practice and deepened her understanding of yoga's roots. In addition to teaching, Tina is committed to ongoing learning and exploring new ways to expand her practice. She is grateful for the opportunity to share her passion for yoga with the community.
"Step away now and then so that you can see the world more clearly and love it more deeply.”