Missy has more than five years of experience as a cardiac nurse. She rediscovered yoga after starting her nursing career as a way to recharge in a profession that can be physically, mentally and emotionally taxing. Yoga helped Missy find balance --mind, body and spirit-- in order to best serve her patients and family. Realizing the benefits of yoga, and wanting to help others find the balance she had found through yoga, Missy completed 200 hour teacher training at Kanyakumari Ayruveda and Yoga Wellness Center. Her experience in the training only enhanced her desire to share yoga with others. Missy's compassionate, patient and encouraging nature as a nurse transfers into her teaching style. She believes yoga is an individual path of growth and she is passionate about helping others on their personal path.
Molly's mission is to connect people to their souls and sacred space through yoga including asana, bhakti, meditation, music, mantra and breath; in addition, she aims to teach women to connect and heal their bodies, especially the pelvic floor, along with provide tools to balance hormones through meditation, relaxation, essential oils and more. She has been practicing for over 15 years and completed 200-hour training in 2008. In 2009, she apprenticed with Turbodog Yoga in Chicago, IL and finished my Level 1 Teacher Training in Aerial Yoga from Inner Sun Yoga Studio in Oshkosh in 2015. In Fall 2015, she attended Sean Johnson and the Wild Lotus Band's 7-day Bhakti Immersion where she learned mantras and harmonium and has also had lessons with Girish including a weekend mantra camp series in 2016. She also teaches Yoga for Women's Health workshops, inspired by her own therapeutic journey. These workshops take Eastern and Western techniques to help women with menopause, pelvic floor issues and hormonal imbalance. Molly's traditional classes and workshops combine the asana practice, mantra and other bhakti yoga traditions for a full devotional practice. Her goal is to make yoga/bhakti accessible to everyone and connect to the Mind, Body and Spirit for a balanced life, find inner courage and live sacredly.
Natascha is the Founder of Udana Yoga and Wellness, and has been teaching yoga since 2009. She completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training program at Kanyakumari Ayurveda and Yoga Wellness Center in 2012. She is a Relax and Renew® Trainer, Yoga4Cancer (y4c) instructor, and has studied yoga for breast cancer recovery as well as prenatal yoga. Natascha is currently an E-RYT® at the 200 hour level, and a continuing education provider through Yoga Alliance (YACEP®). Her teaching is influenced by Classical Hatha, Restorative, Iyengar and Vinyasa styles, as well as yoga's sister science of Ayurveda. She is drawn to the transformative power of yoga and the constant growth one finds in the practice, on all levels --mind, body and spirit. Her personal mission is to help others improve their overall well-being, finding balance and creating space for Self Care. She believes in making yoga accessible through a welcoming, non-intimidating atmosphere. Yoga is for every body and Natascha has a passion for sharing this philosophy. In addition to her yoga experience, Natascha is a Third Degree Reiki Master Practitioner through the Usui System of Natural Healing and a Thai Bodywork practitioner. She is currently working toward 300 hour certification in Sattva Vinyasa and 830 hour certification in Yoga Therapy through Pranayoga School of Yoga and Holistic Health in Fort Wayne, Indiana, a school accredited through the International Association of Yoga Therapists. Learn more about Natascha's background and service offerings at www.nataschabohmann.com.
Tina is a 200 hour RYT through Kanyakumari Ayurveda and Yoga Wellness Center, having completed her training in 2012. Yoga has been a life-changing tool for her as she overcame breast cancer and knee surgeries. She finds yoga to be a holistic, all-encompassing approach to well-being. Tina regularly teaches classes geared toward the 50+ population. She enjoys sharing a gentle practice appropriate for all levels and forms a special bond with her students through her compassionate, fun approach.
Val is a Registered Yoga Teacher-200 hour with the Yoga Alliance. She completed her yoga teacher training at the Mayo Clinic’s Dan Abraham Healthy Living Center in Rochester, Minnesota in April 2016. She is a Registered Dietitian and has a Master’s in Public Health Nutrition. She believes in overall mental, physical and spiritual health in which yoga has been a huge complement to her studies and her life. During graduate school, Val worked on a yoga and body image study in an eating disorder treatment facility. This is when she truly grasped how healing and beneficial yoga is for everyone and when she knew she wanted to share it with others as a teacher. She is excited to see you in class!
Udana Yoga and Wellness was founded in 2012 with a vision of sharing yoga and wellness services while helping others cultivate balance --mind, body and spirit. We are here to help you focus on your health and wellness journey. Udana strives to radiate a sense of welcome and attentiveness to clients, encouraging self-care and overall balance. We look forward to helping you Grow Your Greatness.
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