Amanda Quintanilla

Just Be Well Yoga Founder

Amanda Quintanilla Just Be Well Yoga owner

I first came to yoga as an injury rehabilitation and flexibility maintenance program. After 18 years of gymnastics I had abused my body in the name of competition.

Within minutes of my first yoga class starting I knew I had found something that had been missing in my life.

I spent the next 6 years practicing several times a week and seeing my body in a new light and more depth.

When my husband joined the Marine Corps and we moved to California I had the opportunity to pursue my passion for yoga and embark on my teaching journey in 2011.

I started it as a way to strengthen my own practice but quickly found my desire to help others reawaken a love for their bodies drove me toward an unexpected career path.

Yoga Trainings:

  • Yoga Works 200hr Costa Mesa, California 2011
  • Paddle Board Bliss SUP yoga 25hr San Diego, California 2013
  • If I Was a Bird Kids Yoga 95hr San Diego, California 2014
  • Stoked Yoga SUP yoga 25hr San Diego, California 2016
  • Alchemy of Flow and Form 300hr San Marcos, Texas 2015-2017
  • AcroVinyasa Acro Yoga 100hr Bali 2016

Being an adventure seeker, I found myself delving into every avenue of yoga I could find. I found SUP yoga in 2013 jumping in with both feet as my first time on a board was my teacher training.

Upon moving to Fort Worth in 2014 I was disappointed to find little opportunity available in the area to practice SUP yoga. This is when Just Be Well Yoga was born. Out of a desire to build a SAFE community of trained instructors and students who were excited to challenge themselves in a new avenue of yoga.

Practice SUP Yoga with Amanda!

Susie Fergus

In the short time that I have been practicing yoga, I have seen and experienced how an ancient practice effectively meets the challenges of a modern world.  I see how yoga can unite a community of strangers to spread compassion.  I’ve seen how yoga can help us connect to our deepest selves, offering compassion, space, ease, and energy in our dark, troubled, stuck places.

The yoga mat, the yoga studio – indeed, the yoga practice itself – should be a safe sanctuary of connection to our bodies, our souls, and to each other and the world.  This connection will bring forth compassion and kindness – a kind of ‘holding space’ – free of judgment or criticism.

In my own journey and practice of yoga, I want to help others love their bodies, honor their souls, and experience connection with themselves and the world.  This connection brings power, and power creates a life worth living. 

When we are connected and powerful, we create a world worth living in, a place where our hearts can be open and we can heal the wounds we have carried for too long.

Yoga Training:

  • Embody Love Movement Facilitator, Fort Worth, TX
  • Dr. Tiffany Denny 200hr Fort Worth, TX

Dr. Tiffany Denny


My yoga practice began around age 15 when my mom started teaching classes in our community. Yoga has been a guiding presence in my life since then, and I began teaching in 2005 while studying exercise science at the University of South Carolina. I got my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Texas Woman’s University in 2011, and became board-certified in orthopedics in 2013, and yoga was a steady presence in my life through all those years.

I completed my initial teacher training in Anusara Yoga, but my yoga training and interests have always been eclectic. I love to learn new practices, and explore and blend styles, but I have always been drawn to yoga emphasizing alignment, technique, and intelligent but creative sequencing. In 2016, I completed an advanced 500-hour teacher training with Christina Sell and Gioconda Parker and I was officially certified as a yoga therapist in 2017 through the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

I believe yoga fosters improved self-image, increased overall wellness, and transformation through self-exploration.

I love to integrate the technical aspects of my physical therapy training with the wisdom of yoga in ways that empower people to accept and celebrate not only their bodies, but the full scope of that which they presently and potentially offer in this life. I can’t wait to see you on the mat!

Yoga Training:

-200-hr Teacher Training with Stacey Millner-Collins, Sarah Faircloth, Kelley Gardner
-300-hr Alchemy of Flow and Form Advanced Teacher Training with Christina Sell and Gioconda Parker
-Certified Yoga Therapist via the International Association of Yoga Therapists`
-Embody Love Movement Facilitator Training (2012) and Facilitator Trainer Training (2016)
-Currently enrolled in Professional Yoga Therapy Certification Program

Brittainy Tidwell


Before I started teaching yoga I was questioning my ability to have a positive impact on the world around me. I began reflecting on what pieces of my own life had been the most influential in creating positivity- I had a consistent yoga practice in my life and had seen over and over again the transformational power of a yoga practice in the lives of others, so I finally realized that I had the power to share this with the people around me.

Barbara Kingsolver, my favorite author, says in her novel Prodigal Summer, “solitude is a human presumption”. She is discussing ecology at the time, but I like to apply this to all aspects of our lives. In order to grow, heal, and flourish we must build positive communities, and I feel so blessed to be part of the Fort Worth yoga community.

I believe yoga is the perfect tool for fostering thankfulness for your past, learning to love where you are now, and finding inspiration for growth in your future.

It is essential to find ways to love your body and mind, to appreciate everything that they do for you, and to be proud of the life you’ve created. Yoga gives us the space to learn this while at the same time showing you limitless possibilities for growth, acceptance, and love.

When I teach, my goal is to create a space for a balanced practice where creativity and fundamentals, softness and strength, focus and playfulness can coexist. Yoga is an exploration of our body and minds; a joyful dance between the two which teaches us to love and appreciate all that we are and all that we can be.

Join me on your mat with an open mind and a desire to grow and celebrate life through yoga!


  • Dr. Tiffany Denny Teacher Training RYT 200, 2017
  • The Acro Van Workshop, 2016
  • The Science of Calm, 2016
  • Inversion and Arm Balance Workshop, 2017

Jenn Holmes


I began to explore the idea of yoga in college - practicing a little here and there, but it wasn't until I stepped into my first studio class did I actually become hooked.

My passion and true love of yoga came when I was looking for a safe space to release stress and surrender myself to be present in the moment. Yoga has helped me embrace the courage to face challenges and practice patience along my journey both on and off the mat.

I am inspired to seek way to grow stronger and live in each moment fully and presently.

I've been living and working in Southside Fort Worth for over 5 years in product development, but it wasn't until I found a studio did I really feel at home. My life was forever changed when I completed my 200 hr teacher training with Dr. Tiffany Denny in April 2017. I am so grateful to my teachers and peers for their wisdom and the supportive and loving community that we share. I am passionate about what I do and sharing that love with my community.

I strive to provide a creative experience inspiring students to enjoy the process in which you can accept who you are in the present moment and honor the lessons your body has to teach you. My hope is that you leave your mat with a renewed sense of self love and appreciation and share that positive energy with your community.

Yoga Trainings:

  • Dr. Tiffany Denny Teacher Training 200 hour RYT
  • Embody Love Facilitator Training
  • Intro to the Chakras
  • Handstands, Inversions, Strong & Bendy
  • The Science of Calm
  • Advanced Backbending

Daniel Hall

Dan Hall Paddle board Yoga

I became interested in yoga as a way to escape the craziness and stress of graduate school life back in 2012. A very close friend inspired me to begin a yoga practice once I saw how much it benefitted her and kept her calm. This was a time when all cards were on the table and I had no clue where in the world I would end up after graduation (spoiler: I ended up in TEXAS). At this time, yoga offered me all that I needed. I could feel the stress and the incoherent babbling of thoughts melting away with each class.

Yoga gave me something that I could feel in control of during a time where I felt I had very little control in my life.

Fast forward to present: I have been teaching regular studio classes every week now since July 2015, and practice at home nearly every day. Over the years, yoga has led me to so many incredible people, places, and more. Then I found out about practicing yoga on a paddle board and there was no keeping me away!

I am definitely a water creature, and feel most relaxed when I am around the water.

I am so excited to take my teaching to the lake, share it with everyone, and have some FUN!!

Yoga Training:

  • 3Tree Yoga RYT-200 Hr - Fort Worth, TX, 2016
  • Just Be Well SUP Yoga 25 Hr Teacher Training - Lake Worth, TX, 2017


have some yoga fun on the water with Dan!

Tory Christopherson Sommerfeldt

Dallas Area SUP Yoga Director

Tory Christopherson Sommerfeldt Dallas Director

Have you heard the news?! Just Be Well Yoga is opening a second location in Dallas!! We've heard your requests and we are delivering. We will offer intimate class sizes on Lake Ray Hubbard starting July 26th. To get you just a little more excited this week we are introducing our Dallas Area Director Tory Lonn. Start registering for classes in Dallas here.

Artist, biker, and runner summed me up for many years. I began to notice a need to stretch out some of my aches and pains and looked into yoga. Quickly (as many do)

I began to notice that not only did it help my physical body, but the transformation and joy that it brought to my mind was overwhelming.

I began my practice in Chicago and then onto California, where I tried many different variations. Moving to New York my practice only continued to develop and strengthen. Once in Dallas, I found Dallas Yoga Center where I was able to receive my 200 Hour Yoga certification. Shortly after I found and completed Just Be Well Yoga’s 25 Hour SUP Yoga training.

Water has always been a fear of mine. With the start of the New Year I decided to not be held back by fear anymore, but instead to face it head first.

The joy it brings to be set free from the land and onto the water is magical. I am excited to set afloat with not only the sea baby’s, but also the terrified curious creatures and give all the freedom to float and move through the world. 

enjoy the Dallas waterways with Tory!