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She hopes for students to leave her classes feeling well rounded, deeply connected to their bodies, and most of all - AWAKENED.
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As a YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider) educator, Nam also enjoys helping students as well as other teachers further their study and understanding of yoga and movement.
Kairou began practicing yoga in 2005, and completed her 200-hour training at The La Jolla Yoga Center in 2011. She is continually inspired by yoga’s transformative power—both internally and externally, and finds it to be a source of love and strength. She strives to bring a sense of fun, freedom and kindness to her classes, and hopes to impart nuggets of yogic wisdom along the way. Her classes tend to be vinyasa-based (linking breath with movement) with strong emphasis on alignment.
Kairou is also a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT) and recently received her Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)--acupuncture, herbal remedies, etc. (currently awaiting licensure).
Originally from New York City, Sarah has been happily teaching since 2007. She also danced professionally for modern company Laurie de Vito & Dancers for six years. Sarah is passionately committed to deepening her knowledge of yoga; she has been certified in Relax and Renew© Restorative Yoga through Judith Lasater & in addition, has pursued continuing education for teachers regarding Pranayama (J. Miller & C. Lee), Prenatal Adjustments (B. Conant), Yoga Sutras (C. Clark) and more.
Missy began practicing yoga in 1997 by following along to a VHS tape in her living room. As her body awareness improved and she noticed how calm she felt, she started to practice yoga consistently by taking classes at a local studio. In 2010, Missy completed a 200-hour Teacher Training at UCSD and jumped into giving classes, eager to share her passion and knowledge with others. In 2012, she continued her education at Yoga One, completing another 200-hour Teacher Training. As a teacher, Missy is warm and friendly. She grounds students in an ongoing awareness of breath while guiding them through poses with clear directions, modelling, and hands-on adjustments. Gently spiritual in her approach, she provides a physical workout that students of all levels can easily modify. She is also our OM (Office Manager), come say hi to her in the nook or one of her classes!
Heather has traveled solo though India and Thailand, diving into the roots of yoga, massage and meditation traditions, and now leads annual retreats to these regions.
Her classes range from peaceful and relaxing (shanti shanti) to energetic, sweat-inducing vinyasa flows. She infuses her passion for yoga in each posture, giving gentle and encouraging cues with particular emphasis on the breath, playfulness, and enjoyment of the present moment.
Mara holds a B.A. from the University of Oregon and became a certified yoga teacher through the Nataraja Yoga and Meditation Center in San Diego. There she received training in Hatha Yoga Shivananda Style and also completed their two year Expert in Life Program. Mara was one of 25 yoga teachers selected to be in the first lineage of AcroYoga teachers certified in the United States. Having completed the AcroYoga Teacher Training in August 2006 she now teaches AcroYoga workshops throughout San Diego/Los Angeles County.
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In 2005 her son was diagnosed with Asthma - she tried and applied many alternative methods to help her then five year old to stop coughing. It was at this time Arati found AYURVEDA. She read books by Maya Tivari, Dr. Vasant Lad, Dr. David Frawley and then completed an AYURVEDA certification course. The results of applying Ayurvedic knowledge are immediate and can be radical! Ayurveda cured her son's cough, skin irritation, behavior issues and runny noses!
In 2008 Lynne deepened her practice by taking Yoga One's 100 hour Teacher Training Course lead by Diana Beardsley and Amy Caldwell. She returned to Yoga One's course in 2013 for her 200 hour certificate. With an emphasis on breath, physical alignment, and strength, Lynne designs her classes to cultivate harmony and balance in the body. She is dedicated to helping students become more conscious through connection to breath in movement and in stillness and to have fun along the way.
Nicole Perrin, RYT-200- began her love affair with yoga during college in 2006. Six years later, this love blossomed into a burning desire to share her passion of yoga with others resulting in her completion of Yoga Teacher Training at Yoga One, San Diego in March 2012. Drawing upon various styles including Vinyasa, Anusara, Iyengar, and Power Yoga, her classes are an energetic expression of yoga that emphasize alignment-based movement led by the breath. Nicole guides students to awakening and becoming aware of their own bodies through dynamic flow and rhythmic breathing. In maintaining a mindful practice, she believes the mind-body connection teaches us how to live a fulfilling, healthy, and happy life on AND off the yoga mat. She encourages her students to play with their edge, while providing a safe, encouraging, and nonjudgmental environment where each individual can achieve their full potential.
She has lived at both Buddhist and yoga retreat centers. Her extensive practice and teaching experience includes a thirty-day silent meditation retreat and a Zen "street retreat" requiring meditating and sleeping on the streets of Denver amongst the homeless. Her formal education includes graduate studies in Contemplative Psychotherapy at Naropa University and an MA in Psychotherapy from the Wright Institute. She also teaches meditation under the guidance of her Vipassana teacher, Shinzen Young.
Zaquia's love of movement led her to develop a passion for the flow of power vinyasa. She completed her 200-hour teacher training through CorePower Yoga in 2012 and has been teaching all over San Diego since. She loves learning and has continued to be a diligent student. Zaquia enjoys learning alongside her students while they share the experience of practice together. Her mission is to engage others in a relationship with movement and inspire a deeper sense of confidence in their physical experience as human beings.