About Lacombe Yoga

LacOMbe Yoga is a small, independent, locally owned Yoga studio, With a diverse group of experienced, highly trained yoga instructors.


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We work with local artisans and small businesses to source our retail offerings and choose eco-friendly, sustainable products and practices. Our studio was built with reclaimed and repurposed materials.

Tiffany Rose

PTSD Yoga educator and facilitator at Unguru, Owner of Lacombe Yoga


Tiffany Rose is a deeply authentic and highly-trained yoga instructor she teaches a wide variety of styles and loves to learn. Tiffany has a passion for evidence based practices and how to apply them in real life situations. She has a strong, no-nonsense approach to her teaching with a soft buttery voice to round it out. Tiffany Rose serves as faculty at several Yoga Teacher Training Schools in Alberta and is an assistant in Empowered Yoga’s RYS 200 where she also teaches PTSD Yoga in the Advanced Yoga Teacher Training program at the 500/800/1000 hour level.

Additional Yoga Training:

  • Restorative Yoga Training with Judith Lasater
  • Ayurveda with Matthew Remski
  • Asana Sequencing with Mark Stephens
  • Advanced Anatomy with Michele Theoret
  • Advanced Philosophy with Matthew Remski
  • Teaching Trauma Sensitive Yoga with David Emerson, Jennifer Turner and Dr. Bessel Van Der Kolk

Tiffany’s Classes: Yoga for Backs, Hips + Core Vinyasa, Restorative Yoga, Yoga for Anxiety and Yin + Love

LacOMbe Yoga Instructors

Jamie de Koning

95 Hour Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher Training with Yoga in my School, 39 Hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training, 50 Hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Bernie Clark, 25 Hour Kids Yoga Teacher Training with The Yoga Tree, Vancouver, BC, 30 Hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training, 200 Hour Teacher Training

 I’m passionate about sharing the many benefits of yoga with all the little OMies at LacOMbe Yoga. I’m a full time mama bear to my beautiful daughter and handsome little man, animal enthusiast, and lover of all things nature.I stepped into my first yoga class in 2003 and never turned back. Yoga has kept me centered and has made me appreciate the simple things in life. After benefiting in so many ways from yoga, not only physically but mentally and spiritually, it became my dream to share this wonderful practice with others.  I love to teach Yin yoga and kids yoga. I enjoy teaching kids and providing tools so that kids can find ways to stay calm, stay healthy, love and respect their bodies, find peace within themselves and of course have lots of fun doing it.

Jamie’s Classes: Kid’s Yoga, Prenatal Yoga and PD Day Camps

Jess Porringa-Dinan

Jessica began her journey with yoga when she was 18 years old after suffering emotional trauma. She took the leap to become certified to teach Sivananda Yoga in the Spring of 2010 while living in Asia, and she has continued to grow with Yoga ever since, learning about different styles and incoporating what she has learned into her Life, both on and off the mat. The greatest gift Yoga has offered her is the ability to be Present in the Moment, as she has always been a bit of a “busy-body”.

Since completing her YTT in Cu Chi, Vietnam with the Sivananda School of Yoga, Jessica has been gifted opportunities to teach in a variety of destinations such as Thailand, Bali and Newfoundland!  She has taught various styles as well including, Hatha Yoga, Yin, Yin/Yang, Restorative, Adaptive and Kids Yoga.  What Jessica enjoys most of all about teaching is introducing new people to yoga in a safe and supportive atmosphere and sharing the journey of Yoga with others.

Jessica works part time as a Library Assistant at the Red Deer Public Library and is currently working towards completing her Bachelors Degree in Human Services, if you ever find yourself in the Youth section at RDPL, please drop by and say hello!

Jess’s Classes: Yin Yoga

Misty Murphy







I started teaching because I felt it helped me to help others even though I do it in my professional job as a therapist I felt that yoga was a more active and universal way of healing for people.

Misty’s classes: Mindflow