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breathe and let go

Meet Sheana, your guide to a transformative journey of self-discovery and spiritual well-being. As a Somatic Wellness Coach, Yoga Mentor, and Meditation Teacher, Sheana brings a wealth of experience, dedicating the last 20 years to studying with renowned yoga and spiritual mentors in Vinyasa Yoga, Yin Yoga, Taoist Yoga, Buddhism, and 12-Step Recovery. 

Since 2013, Sheana has embraced an extraordinary life of recovery, infusing her teachings with a profound understanding into the powerful synergy of personal discovery and spiritual awakening. With a focus on self-discovery, acceptance, and breakthrough moments, Sheana's teachings invite you to uncover your true nature and awaken to the magnificence within.

Experience the alchemy of wisdom as Sheana channels her transformative journey into Mindful Flow Yoga, Yin Yoga, Meditation, Breathwork, and personalized 1:1 Coaching. Join Sheana on a path that goes beyond the ordinary, where each session becomes a sacred opportunity to embrace your own soul's path, leading you to a life of awakening and magnificence.


Sheana is a humble and grateful student and teaches weekly Yin Yoga classes, workshops, retreats and leads the Yin Yoga Mentoring Program at YogaFlow in San Francisco. 


What's It All About


“The constant pinging of electronic devices is driving many people to the end of their tether. Mindfulness provides a good excuse to unplug and chill out—or “disconnect to connect” - The Economist


“Mindfulness should no longer be considered a nice-to-have... It’s a must-have." - Harvard Business Review


“Western science is starting to provide some concrete clues as to how yoga works to improve health, heal aches and pains, and keep sickness at bay." - Yoga Journal


Smartphones are ruining our posture. And bad posture doesn’t just mean a stiff neck. It can hurt us in insidious psychological ways”- New York Times


“If we can train ourselves through meditation to be more open and more accepting toward the wild arc of our experience, we can become more settled and relaxed amid whatever life brings us” - Pema Chodron, How to Meditate


Working with the mind and body to encourage the development of what’s wholesome - and the uprooting of what’s not - is central to every path of psychological and spiritual development…… Paradoxically, it takes time to become what we already are" - Rick Hanson, Buddha’s Brain

Meditation is important as a tool for transforming the mind….. We can use it as a means of strengthening our basic good human qualities” - Dalai Lamai, foreword in Genuine Happiness by B. Alan Wallace. 

"Yoga helps improve mental health, including psychiatric disorders like depression, anxiety, attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and schizophrenia" 

- Medical News Today January 29, 2013, Time Magazine January 28, 2013, Frontiers in Psychiatry, 25 January 2013, Scientific American, March 1 2014


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