YOGA & MOVEMENT
Tish Webber is a 500 hour Yoga Alliance certified yoga instructor and has been teaching for more than 10 years. Her training was through the Pathways Yoga System for Wellness which focused on teaching yoga to individuals of all levels of fitness. Her training was in Arhum Yoga, a form of yoga practiced by Jain monks. It merges the principles of Hatha, Raja and Kriya yoga as well as the science of sound. Tish also holds a B.S. degree in Nutrition, is a medical herbalist and is Reiki II certified. She is owner of Healing Birch Studio and available for nutrition and herbal medicine consultations.
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or healingbirchstudio.com
Jaime (Devi Japa) Platts
Devi Japa aka Jaime
Devi Japa first experienced Kundalini Yoga through a 5-day immersion in the practice at Sat Nam Fest – a Kundalini yoga and music festival. “I had no idea what I was walking into, no prior practice or experience, and no pre-conceived notions or expectations. On the first day, I knew I found my tribe. The practice is unique, wild, joyful, expansive, fun, elevating and simultaneously challenging, provoking, humbling, healing, and transformative. Kundalini Yoga saved my life.” Through this discipline, Devi Japa has realized the importance of spiritual community in fostering healing, awareness of self, connection with oneness, and a joyful state of ease and grace. She is passionate about sharing this sacred science with others and guiding an experience that supports the individual to find the light within themselves.
In her spare time, Devi Japa enjoys hiking, gardening, wildflower hunting, learning about herbs and wild foods, and petting bumble bees. It is not uncommon to find her in the garden pep-talking the intentional plants and apologizing to the weeds.
For more information: email@example.com
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Dr. Ramdesh is a Kundalini Yoga teacher and author of The Body Temple: Kundalini Yoga for Body Acceptance, Eating Disorders, and Radical Self-Love. She has 7 meditation albums, is on faculty at Kripalu, and has hosted hundreds of hours of podcasts on mantra, yoga and self-love.
Karena is a yoga teacher, visionary and activist. She is a member of Oprah Winfrey’s Belief Team, and she is a pioneer in the metoo movement who has discovered that the meaning of healing humanity starts with speaking truth and choosing love. She is passionate about helping others find their voices and heal.
Becca has travelled extensively for over 20 years studying healing, movement and martial arts. She is currently teaching in the Liu family tradition of medical Qigong and Taoist medicine. She lives in Franconia. NH, where she has a thriving private practice.
For more information: 603-869-5766 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Caryn Clark is a certified yoga instructor, Nia White Belt, licensed massage therapist and member of AMTA. She brings to her practice a BS in Art Therapy, along with over 25 years of experience in YMCA Camping and Outreach development. She has combined her love of art, yoga, the outdoors, and bringing people together to create retreats and programs that open hearts and minds inviting participants to explore their deepest desires and touch their yogic souls. Inspired by many teachers over the years, Caryn continues exploring yoga, Nia, massage and various arts to expand her knowledge and her practice. She has a passion for beauty and a compassionate view of humanity that infuses her life and work.
Yoga with Caryn is a gentle hatha flow with an approach to practice that honors each individual’s unique creativity and spirit. Weaving together asana, breathwork, music, heart centered readings, guided meditations, intuitive movement and a variety of other techniques, Caryn creates an atmosphere that is nurturing and accepting. Mondays 9:00–10:15am beginning December 16th. All levels are welcome.
For more information: email@example.com or call 603-387-1201
Mindfulness is a transformative process that continues to change Erin’s life in powerful and important ways. She loves sharing with others the growing awareness and freedom that develop through mindfulness. Participants in her classes have reported a range of benefits including a sense of feeling calmer and less anxious, greater contentment and well being, and the ability to work with anger and difficult emotions in ways that are healthier than habits built up over a lifetime.
Erin trained to teach at The Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, where she now consults at Program Developer and Lead Teacher. She is an Adjunct Professor of English at NHTI, Concord’s Community College, where she teaches a Communicating Mindfully course. She teaches mindfulness locally to adults and to children in schools and teaches courses in mindfulness throughout NH and MA for educators. Erin is the director of White Pine Montessori, the school she founded in 2005. She has a Masters in Education. She has been practicing mindfulness since 2006.