bios without the story
We ask our teachers to describe in their bios what it is like to share space with them in a class. We feel it is important to convey the quality and character of their presence rather than describe in detail all the teachers they have studied with and what they have accomplished. We bow to our manifest teachers in the lineage of yoga as it has been passed down, and to our teachers everywhere in life, as we recognize the many voices of the One Teacher.
Sean inspires the deepening of our connection with instinct and intuition in his clear, powerful holding of space. His passion is to support the discovery of harmony in balancing complementary forces and relationships within the context of a complete yogic practice. His non-dogmatic approach is always fresh and light, borrowing from any possible thread that may be woven into a daily tapestry of relevant meaning. Sean helps students clear the deep belly and the inner realm, inspiring the peace and power of being one with the breath of life, one with Source.
Munay touches the heart of the deepest parts of our human expression and purpose through the ancient movement of dance and yoga. She integrates and shares these rich healing modalities as a path to passionately reclaim truth and authenticity. The space in which she holds herself and her classes is innately ceremonial in depth and scope, allowing movement to facilitate a lyrical and reflective return to self.
Practitioner and lover of yoga for 15 years, Beth focuses on holding space together, and assisting her students to find the sweet alignment of body, mind, and soul through the practice on and off the mat.
Jennie shares her deep inspiration for yoga with love, awareness, and appreciation. She sees the practice of yoga as a way to be in each moment more fully, free of pain and suffering. Jennie encourages students to enjoy their journey into being and embodiment through the dance of asana. By the wisdom of your own breath you will slowly and gently unfold, connecting deeper to Source, within and without.
Katrina’s depth of studies extend into eastern psychology, traditional and five element acupuncture, dance, and meditation. Through her understanding of anatomy and practice as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, Katrina loves to create deep and non-stressful channels for movement exploration. Through nourishing and playful flow, her classes are grounding, graceful, and allow vibrancy and peaceful well being.