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breathe and let go

I'm a soul seeker on a quest to explore the connection between mind, body, and spirit. 


Having discovered yoga in 2000, I immediately became enchanted with the ease in my body and serenity in my mind. As I discovered my soul path, Yoga became my trusted companion.

I teach Slowful Flow and Yin Yoga to bring unique physical, energetic, and emotional clearing benefits. In Yin, poses are held for extended periods to lubricate joints and tissues, to practice mindfulness, and to cultivate chi flow in the body. It is often felt like a needle-less acupuncture session, and will leave you feeling euphoric.


Yoga has helped me to explore my true nature and to wake up to see who I truly am. It's not always easy but it's real and I feel alive. I wish the same for you my friend. 

Hari Om.




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


What People Are Saying

“One of the most grounding and calming classes I have ever taken”
Esther in SF, CA
“Your classes have become such a crucial part of my life. Seeing you twice a week is therapeutic medicine and I’m grateful”
Sarita in LA, CA
“ I love the way you explain the various channels that are being activated. It puts the poses in a context that is very important to me.”
Scott in Walnut Creek, CA
“You have been the only bright spot of this quarantine.  I mean that from the bottom of my heart. I have gotten so much from your class, including a very powerful breakthrough that no amount of therapy has every gotten to.”
Beth in Victoria, BC
“Sheana helped me connect with my body and what was going on internally.”
Elizabeth, teacher
“As a yoga novice I was a little anxious about being inflexible but Sheana helped me find the right level of pose for my ability.”
Sue, Mother and Career Woman
“Sheana is very knowledgeable about yoga and its effects so I immediately felt comfortable and trusting.”
Tracy, Corporate Executive
“Sheana has a presence that is unbelieveably calming and soothing. I felt so comfortable and supported I didn't want to leave my mat when we finished.”
Andrew, Artist and Surfer

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