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SHAKTI SOUL YOGA AND MOVEMENT

TRACY VRANIZAN
TRACY VRANIZAN
Yoga Teacher

Hatha Yoga, sun and moon bringing mind, body and breath together.

Come to your mat with an open mind and a full heart as you move and go within.

I have been teaching yoga for 16 years with all ages and stages of people. I love to help people learn about their bodies and how to move and grow with each step. I learn so much from everyone I teach it's a true gift!

200 HR Yoga Certification

Michelle Giesey
Michelle Giesey
Yoga Teacher

“Motion is a Sanctuary” I find sanctuary in the flowing dance of body, breath and energy that is yoga. It is my intent to bring this flow to my classes.

I completed a 200 hour yoga teacher training in the spring of 2011 and have been teaching ever since. My exploration and understanding of yoga comes not only from workshops and classes, but from the insight and inspiration of my students and from the pursuit of all things outdoors in this wonderful spot in the world I call home.

200 HR Yoga Certification

KARINA HANCOCK
KARINA HANCOCK
Creative Dance Ballet Teacher

Experience the sheer joy of moving to music, it’s good for you to dance!

My lifelong passion for dance includes 10 years of dance experience; classical ballet

training, mexican folkloric dance, flamenco, contemporary and lyrical dance.

also offering Kids Creative Movement with Foundations in Ballet.

TYANN HERMES
TYANN HERMES
Yoga & Nia Teacher

As we move our bodies, we move energy and our vibrational presence extends into the choreography of our life. Tune into your body. Move as an act of love. Recognize the subtle power pulsing within your heart.

Yoga, Nia and Sound fuel a passion for life within me. I began exploring holistic movement practices in 2009 and am honored to share these nourishing and mind balancing practices with you. Deep gratitude and grace to my students, communities and teachers for illuminating the vast possibility within my soul.

RYT 500 . Nia Black Belt

Natalie Lester
Natalie Lester
Yoga Teacher

Mission Statement: To cultivate a mind and heart of wisdom and compassion through the practice of yoga, and to create space for others to do the same.

500 Hour Yoga Certification

I began this journey into yoga five years ago, during a period of time in which I was seeking ways to heal and transform. Going into the practice, there was a very strong sense of coming home to myself. Learning asana and meditation gave me the tools I needed to start working with bringing my suffering into the open, understanding it, and transforming it into awareness. My first introductions to asana were yin yoga classes, which gave me an opportunity to feel more directly the connection between the state of my mind and my body. I found that I could access unconscious roots and bring them to consciousness as I moved through layers of the physical and energetic body. A year after discovering yoga I went to India, where I did a 300 hour Yoga Teacher Training at Svyasa (Swami Vivekananda Yoga Anusandhana Sansthana) in Bangalore. This training provided a good foundation in basic yoga philosophy and sparked aspirations to learn more. I spent more time in India after the training, which allowed me to learn about yoga within the context of Indian culture, religion, and its diverse Spirituality. A year ago I finished a 2nd training, a 500 hour Teacher Training at Lila’s, a studio in Spokane, WA. This training created the space for a lot

of integration between study and experience, and really helped me to develop a deeper home practice. I would like to thank and honor my teachers along the way for all they have taught me, through their compassion, love, insight, and dedication to the path of yoga.