Privates + Parties

At TULA we are strive to find a way that makes you comfortable moving your body and discovering ways to find and surpass your comfort zone while building strength and confidence in your practice. Our teachers are happy to offer both private (and small group/couples) sessions as well as parties of up to 30. If you are interested, please reach out to us directly and we can put you in touch with a teacher you wish to practice with. Email us directly at FMI.



In addition to her public class schedule, Holly Martzial offers private, small group and special event yoga and barre classes in the Portland area.

Her teaching style focuses on functional movement, solid alignment and strength; encouraging her students to establish healthy movement patterns on the mat that will benefit their daily lives off the mat. Her classes often move at a slower pace, but pack plenty of challenge and sweat.

Holly keeps her class themes relevant and down to Earth - she strives to apply the teachings of yoga to modern day culture with a no-bullshit, keep it real attitude. Holly encourages laughter and inquisitiveness in the classroom, and always comes prepared with an epic playlist.


Brian has been practicing and teaching yoga for over 6 years, with a focus on Yin yoga as active recovery for athletes. He has a love of teaching beginners and a knack for breaking down poses in simple terms to make them manageable to newer yogis as well as refocusing those with experience. His approach is science-based and he brings a strong understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the human body to his lessons. His passion for outdoor sports and recreation and experience as a mountain biker and trail runner help to bring a unique focus to his teaching style. Brian lives in Portland, and is currently pursuing a degree in Nursing. When he's not hitting the books or his mat, you'll find him riding or running on the trails of Greater Portland with his dog, Arrow.

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Rebecca thompson | Aerial Yoga

Rebecca believes through mindful movement people can find more harmony, joy and peace. She began practicing yoga regularly in 2008 the day after she finished her Master’s Degree in Nursing. Initially drawn to the physical challenges Yoga provided, Rebecca truly found her practice 7 years ago after an injury. She turned toward a Yin inspired home practice and meditation to help heal her injury so she could slowly return to classes. She found that she was able to find more mental clarity and peace the more she practiced. In 2015 Rebecca dove deeper into her practice, completing her 200 hour YTT with Todd Norian in Ashaya Yoga.  She used Yoga in her Private Psychiatry Practice to help people struggling with PTSD, Anxiety, Depression and other mental health conditions. Rebecca has a keen and practiced ability to assess individual needs, meeting her clients as they come to her. She completed her Aerial 1 YTT in 2018 with Lily Dougher after falling in love with the way Aerial Yoga inspires playfulness, freedom and FUN! Over time her daily practice has developed into free movement intertwined with pranayama - deeply inspired by yoga, functional movement, nature and intuitive creativity. Rebecca’s greatest strength is her ability to ignite passion for movement in a therapeutic and fun way! To see what people say about Rebecca visit her Facebook page Love4Life Yoga or visit her on Instagram at @love4life_yoga