Founder and CEO of The Juicy Life brand, Kimberly Zimmerman has made it her life’s mission to create and exercise a natural approach to total body health. Her passion in guiding others towards a healthy mind body relationship and living one’s best life through nutrition and yoga has culminated in the opening of The Juicy Life Yoga studio where she is thrilled to share her knowledge of wellness and achieving balance amongst The Juicy Life community and beyond.

As an active member in the health food movement, Kimberly has educated and guided many on the importance of nourishing the body with vibrant fuel through the creation of custom cleanses and carefully curated juices and smoothies through The Juicy Life.  Complementing the nutrition, she utilizes yoga as a way to nourish the mind and soul.  A graduate of The Institute of Integrated Nutrition, her practice focuses on the alignment of the body, mind and spirit to achieve your body’s ideal health. Kimberly's unique classes aim to unlock connections between the body and mind while encouraging students to use yoga off the mat as a guide in life.

Kimberly’s journey in creating The Juicy Life is a result of her love of practicing and teaching yoga and seeing a need to create an avenue for people to live a healthy and enjoyable life.

Prior to The Juicy Life, Kimberly spent years in the corporate space as a marketing specialist until yoga influenced her and changed the course of destiny forever.

Kimberly is a Native Lompocian and graduated from the University of California, Riverside, where she earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Administration.

Kira Malone (RYT-200) is a former All-American track and field athlete who traded in her pole vault poles and now gets her sense of flying from poses like Warrior III. She completed the Tantra Flow Yoga teacher training with Jeanne Heileman, senior student of Rod Stryker, in 2016. Kira incorporates breath work, meditation, and subtle body energies to enhance the asana practice.

Shortly after becoming a teacher, Kira became pregnant with her second child and immediately began finding modifications to keep her body safe and strong for pregnancy and birth. Seeing a need for prenatal and postpartum support in the Santa Ynez Valley, she developed a passion for empowering other mamas to strengthen physically and spiritually for birth and beyond. 

Kira specializes in prenatal, postnatal, and vinyasa flow yoga. She lives in Santa Ynez with her husband and two young daughters. Off the mat, she consults in the wine industry and enjoys dancing in the ocean with her littles, paddle boarding, drinking hot cups of coffee in the morning and chugging green juice. 


Carina Murillo's classes offer unique movements, transitions, breath work, and a taste of the yin side of the practice. Her mission is to guide others in the realization of their true potential.

Inspired by the creativity and freedom offered by vinyasa and restorative yoga, she combines grace, alignment, fluidity, strength, and meditation, always encouraging self exploration and honoring our own mind, self and body.

With over 300+ hours of teacher training, she continues to crave new opportunities and knowledge. She loves to create funky, vibey playlists so you can fall deep into your flow. When she is not teaching she enjoys her own time on the mat, cuddling with her pup, and eating all the great good Santa Barbara has to offer. 


Beth is a Santa Ynez Valley native who is elated to be back in the town of rolling hills and hospitality for the summer. Her love for movement started at Los Olivos Dance Gallery where she learned to purpose her art to encourage others. After graduating from Loyola Marymount University with dual degrees in Dance and Psychology, a brutal back injury steered Beth to CorePower Yoga. Here, she was challenged to embrace her body’s strength and quiet her jabbering mind. In 2017, Beth completed her 200-hour RYT certification in Power Vinyassa. 

Ourbodies are made to move. Through movement, we are able to feel the power in our own breath, cherish the strength we each posses and ignite the incredible connection we have as humans. Beth’s groovy flows aim to leave her students with sweaty bodies and still minds. She teaches so that she can empower her students to move and to love their bodies. By beginning to connect with our own bodies, we cultivate the confidence to treat others with relentless love. 


Hannah recently moved to the Santa Ynez Valley from Austin, TX, where she had been living for the past 5 years. Through Black Swan Yoga she completed her 200-HR coursework in Hatha Yoga. 

Hannah brings a variety of experience into her yoga practice, including teaching Stand Up Paddle Yoga. Being mindful and present and connecting to one's unique body has been the pillars of yoga that originally attracted Hannah to start practicing over 8 years ago.