The Daily Sweat
is a yoga and barre studio focused on helping individuals and families find health, wellness and community.
Our team ensures that every person that walks through our doors feels welcomed, safe and inspired.
Come sweat with us, you won’t regret it!
Meet Our Team
Tiffany Lathrop, Founder + Tribe Teacher
Tiffany has been in the fitness industry since 2010. After three years of consistent yoga practice, Tiffany went to a Hatha Yoga teacher training program with a focus on anatomy. Over the last six years, she’s completed all trainings with a national barre franchise and recently completed her Buti Yoga certification. She believes that a daily sweat can create balance in life.
Emily Wall, Tribe Teacher
Emily grew up in York, Maine, and has recently moved back since living in Georgia and Louisiana for the past five years. In 2015 while living in Athens, GA, she took the plunge to do a 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified Hatha Yoga training. Shortly after her training she moved to Louisiana to get her master’s degree at LSU in environmental sciences. While living in Louisiana Emily found her passion for Ashtanga yoga, and started practicing with Certified teacher Melanie Fawer in New Orleans, whom she did another 200-hr training with in 2017. Emily also studies with Taylor Hunt at Ashtanga Yoga Columbus, and completed the Ashtanga Yoga and Addiction Forum in the fall of 2018. She hopes to spread the life changing practice of yoga to others, so that they too can experience the connection to themselves and others, the strength and flexibility you gain physically and mentally, and the importance of the breath to bring you into the present moment.
Suzy Legere, Tribe Teacher
Suzy fell in love with the powerful practice of yoga when living in Burlington, VT. She loved the mind and body connections made and found it was a way to ground herself mentally and stretch and strengthen her body.
She was trained to teach children’s yoga while in graduate school and taught yoga in the public schools in Massachusetts. After, her first pregnancy she was trained to teach prenatal yoga, a real passion of hers. Most recently, she obtained her 200 hour vinyasa yoga teacher training through Illumina Yoga in Portland, Maine.
Suzy is excited to share her love for yoga and community with all!
Meghan Burchianti, Tribe Teacher
Meghan is excited to be joining The Daily Sweat Family as a Barre instructor. Her passion for Barre fitness began eight years ago in Louisville, Kentucky where she practiced daily. She loves helping others and looks forward to empowering each client to feel their best. Meghan's love of family, food (especially chocolate) and the outdoors are what keep her motivated to feel her strongest. She looks forward to connecting with others through daily workouts.
Shannon Dellert, Tribe Teacher
Teaching has always been Shannon’s passion so combining her love of yoga was an easy and fun next step. She has been teaching preschool for over four years in an outdoor, farm-based setting using an adaptive approach to meet every child’s needs. Her goals in education are to send children into the world with kindness for all living things, the ability to explore and be curious in their surroundings in nature, and to understand their emotions and feelings. She loves to dance and sing, read books with all the funny voices, and discover what creative ideas we all have hiding in our imaginations. Since completing her ChildLight Yoga training in Dover, Shannon can’t wait to teach the Kennebunk community all she has to offer with Kids yoga and mindfulness.
Chauna Oak, Tribe Teacher
Chauna began practicing yoga in 2008 and began teaching in 2018. She is registered with the Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200hr). Her style brings together elements of strength, flexibility, and balance, while encouraging students to break through their own perceived limitations both on and off the mat. What began as a purely physical practice, and years of self teaching, led Chauna to complete a 200 hour teacher training, where she further discovered the mental and spiritual benefits of a well rounded practice. It is through asanas (postures), meditation, and pranayama that Chauna leads her students into the sense of inner calm and self-acceptance that yoga often brings. Chauna believes that yoga has something to offer every single person in every stage of their life.
Brenna Lilly, Tribe Teacher
Brenna has received her RYT200 in Vinyasa Flow from Happy Love Yoga School and a 50-hour certificate from the Summers School of Yin Yoga, both in 2019. Her classes are for all bodies, abilities, and identities, and she holds space for those who are, as she once was, skeptical of yoga. From experience, Brenna knows that yoga has the ability to spark emotional alchemy and invites you to share in honoring the lineage of the practice.
Sadie Hansbury, Tribe Teacher
Sadie grew up in Chelmsford, Massachusetts and began taking dance classes at the age of 3. She practiced 4 days a week for 10 years. Taking a range of dance classes at a time, she learned the importance of self expression through dance. Dance helped Sadie keep a consistent workout routine through her childhood and teenage years. Moving to Maine 5 years ago, Sadie had not settled into a workout routine that felt right for her! Sadie joined The Daily Sweat this July and fell in love. Her classes are for all levels and full of bright, encouraging energy. Sadie is excited to sweat with all of you!
Ashley Poirier, Tribe Lover
Ashley is part of our front desk team. If you don’t happen to catch her and her bump behind the desk or in class you will likely run into her at one of the many great restaurants and cafes in the area. Her passion for great food and drink rivals her passion to make everyone she meets feel valued and heard. She is new to the area and lives with her dog, cat, chicken and husband. They are all enjoying their last few moments before their home has a new addition. She is eager to learn all the good hiking spots, greenhouses, eateries and get involved with rugby again so if you have any suggestions feel free to let her know. Also, belly rubs and advice about how to live with a newborn are always welcome.
Meghann Foster, Tribe Teacher
Meghann started her yoga journey just before graduating from the University of Maine in 2010. Yoga and body work had always been in the back of her mind so after college it was only natural to go to massage school and yoga teacher training. Meghann completed massage training in 2014 and her 200 hour yoga teacher training in 2016 and is currently in a 300 hour training to complete her 500 hours. A licensed massage therapist and healer at heart, Meghann specializes in deep tissue massage, therapeutic massage, Thai yoga massage, reiki and breath work. When not teaching yoga you can most likely catch her at her massage office in Kennebunk. Meghann is a life-long learner, you never know what sort of training will be up her sleeve next. In teaching yoga Meghann hopes to blend her enthusiasm and strength with an attitude of acceptance and curiosity. Her classes will be accessible, grounding, sometimes challenging, refreshing, and always fun. As a yoga instructor she really hopes to hold space, show open kindness and have a safe environment for everyone and anyone that comes to their mat.