Certified Jivamukti Teacher, RYT, ERYT, Partner - House Of
When I was eighteen, I visited my Aunt in Encinitas, Ca. who introduced me to
her Guru, Gurumayi Chidvilasananda. With Gurumayi, I chanted Om Namah Shivaya
during a transformational weekend in her loving presence. Her energy resurfaced
in my life, years later, when I realized I was following the path of yoga. The
practice of Ashtanga led me to find Jivamukti Yoga.
I completed my second teacher
training in Spring 2005 with David Life and Sharon Gannon, founders of the Jivamukti
method, with their blessings, I share this amazing gift of yoga.
||Shannon (Shanti) grew
up sitting in the laps of Sri Swami Satchidananda and Sadguru
Sant Keshavadas. She began practicing yoga at the age of 4 at
the Integral Yoga institue in Detroit, founded by Sri Swamin
Satchidananda. Over the years she has maintained her connection
to Swami Satchidananda through personal retreats at his ashram
(Yogaville). She began practicing at House of Yoga in 2011.
She feels that through the practice of Yoga you can "know your true Self".
is a graduate of House Of Yoga's Teacher Training Program.
"Through yoga, we practice balancing the body, suspending
the mind and opening the heart. Yoga allows us to uncover the
sense of well being, happiness and peace that has been inside
Nick was introduced to yoga and meditation at WSU. He was fascinated to learn
that yoga was much more than physical exercise. From this point the fire was
lit inside Nick and he knew yoga would become an extraordinary influence over
his life. Nick's background includes emergency room care, nutrition and food
science. Therefore, balance plays an important role in his life. Yoga to Nick
is not just a physical experience of body and breathwork, but a joy-filled
approach to living in the world where in going deeper also means going lighter.
||Dave, RYT + ERYT
- House Of Yoga
that the ultimate goal of yoga is self realization and increased strength
and flexibility are simply the natural results of consistent practice.
The physical practice is a means to greater health and balance, eventually
leading to an exploration of the more subtle aspects of yoga as taught
in the yoga sutra
Through the practices of yoga – a journey that began
twelve years ago, Barbara discovered yoga was not only physically
rejuvenating, it improved mental acuity, sense of grace, balance
and overall well-being.
art and practice of yoga offers an ongoing opportunity to explore
and expand physical and mental limits. Barbara is ever grateful
for the opportunity to have studied with Linda Kay-Nathan, her
teacher and mentor.
||Jeremy, LLMSW, RYT
Jeremy began practicing yoga in 1995 and is continually expanded and awed
by this exploration. Also working as a mental health professional addressing
trauma, stress, and mental illness, Jeremy pays special attention to personal
safety and growth through yoga and other holistic methods. Gentle flow, breath,
restoration, and deepening awareness are recurring elements in his yoga practice
as both student and teacher. In gratitude to the many teachers who have shared
their wisdom and practice.