Carolina believes that through yoga we can make an impactful change in the body and mind. She has personally experienced more courage, clarity and stability in many areas of her life. This proves to be an invaluable tool as we traverse the ups and downs that come our way. Carolina's classes leave you feeling realigned, relaxed and powerful.
Amanda has been teaching vinyasa yoga since 2001. She expertly teaches all levels of practitioners and has developed a strong instinct for safely challenging her students while giving them exactly what they need. Integrating her study of a variety of styles of yoga, bodywork and anatomy, her classes are full of creative sequencing.
Jon began his yoga teaching career seventeen years ago in a teacher training. He has trained with some of our greatest contemporary yoga teachers such as Ana Forrest and Annie Carpenter and he has an incredible gift of infusing what he has learned into his own authentic and powerful teaching style. Jon teaches slow flow and vinyasa.
Sheel has advanced training in Kundalini (500+ hr) and Hatha Yoga (200+ hr). She is fascinated with how to apply ancient yoga teachings to today’s lifestyle. In particular to the paths of recovery and motherhood. She brings the complementary healing of plant medicine into her classes and has 200+ hr training in medicinal aromatherapy.
I took my first Ashtanga yoga class in January of 2003 with Natasha Teran. Finding myself lucky with an amazing teacher, I have been practicing with Natasha consistently since then. After the first few years of practice, Natasha brought me to meet her teacher, Tim Miller.
Magdalena Patterson is a San Diego based yoga teacher, mother and wife. She completed a Masters degree in Public Policy from George Mason University in Virginia in 2006. It was during her studies that she first stepped on a yoga mat at her local gym. The class was led by an inspiring and free-spirited California woman,...
Jen has been practicing yoga since 1999 and became a certified yoga instructor in 2011. Although it was the physical aspect that drew her in, the mental benefits were what kept her going. She says it’s as if every time she takes the time to practice, a “refresh button” is pressed for her body and mind.
Kathleen Rafaat became interested in yoga 20 years ago as a triathlete and professional triathlon coach. When she developed cancer in 2012, she knew her life should become more about creating a balance of body, mind and spirit.
Melody was born and raised in Paris and Cannes, France. She first started visiting the United States, attending the Bollettieri Academy in Florida, when she was very young in pursuit of a career in tennis. This culminated in a 4 year NCAA Division 1 tennis scholarship.