Mary Bue – Founder 

Viniyoga,  Hatha,  Slow Vinyasa Flow,  Absolute Beginners,  Yoga for Runners,  Prenatal

Mary Bue  is an indie musician and registered yoga teacher in the Viniyoga tradition,  a breath-centered, flowing practice that has a therapeutic basis and believes in adapting postures to fit the whole person (not forcing a person to fit into a posture!).  Mary received her certification at Whole Life Yoga in Seattle, WA by Tracy Weber.  She has pursued continuing education in prenatal yoga,  yoga for anxiety & depression and pranayama (conscious breathwork).  She has assisted with Whole Life Yoga’s “Yoga For Healthy Backs” and was a teaching assistant for Whole Life Yoga’s ten month long, 200 hour teacher training.  Mary has her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis on Transpersonal Psychology from the University of Minnesota – Duluth. She is an avid runner (10 half marathons and one full marathon),  nature lover and vegan.  As a musician she has toured in 40+ states,  released 6 albums,  been awarded four artist grants, enjoyed two Artist in Residence awards, and has served on the board and steering committee of the Duluth Homegrown Music Festival.  More about Mary’s music here: www.marybue.com.  Mary has also received volunteer training in sexual assault and domestic violence survivor advocacy.  As a wanderer-luster and experience junkie,  she has worked in many jobs: as a clinical research assistant in a prison & hospital,  an AIDS prevention outreach worker on the streets and harm reduction work in needle exchanges, as well as many hundreds of hours as a server,  bartender and barista.  In her spare time, she enjoys cooking vegan food,  writing blogs, poetry and in journals,  painting cow portraits,  reading non-fiction and traveling. 

Kathleen Sprole 

My Time Relaxation & Mindfulness

As a professional in the helping and healing fields, Kathleen has a playful approach to teaching and living a mindful lifestyle, as well as helping others get to the heart of their authentic selves and living the lives they desired.  Kathleen has a special interest in mindfulness techniques that increase well-being, balanced living, and self-compassion. Combining these mindfulness techniques with the latest research and findings in neuroscience and benefits of meditation, Kathleen’s classes aim to guide you into a place of relaxation, peace and acceptance of yourself, and unconditional happiness. More info about Kathleen at www.onemomentcenter.com

Lauren Asheim

Kundalini Yoga & Meditation,  Kundalini Rising: Unlocking Your Creative Spirit

Lauren Sat Rattan Asheim began studying Kundalini Yoga in April 2007 and finished Level I Teacher Training Certification in February 2008. She graduated from Saint Olaf College in 2003 with a B. A. in Interdisciplinary Fine Arts and an emphasis in Dance. Lauren is an active participant in the Twin Cities performing arts community.  Principles of Creativity, Prosperity, Projection and Radiance have intersected in her experiences with the fine arts as well as her continued study of yoga, meditation and other healing arts.  She is a RYT with the Yoga Alliance and a member of the International Kundalini Yoga Teachers Association and the Kundalini Research Institute.  Lauren Sat Rattan continues to deepen her knowledge of Kundalini Yoga through further study and is in the midst of completing her Level II Teacher Training.

Molly Maher

Power Vinyasa

 As a musician and roadie for over 20 years, Molly had found balance to her nightlife through yoga.  As an instructor/camp counselor for cancer survivors, she believes yoga should be accessible for every body. Small movements and adjustments can bring great results mentally and physically.  CorePower graduate of  Power Vinyassa, Hot/HPF teaching programs , Molly brings a strong foundation of safe alignment fused with the joy of movement. Along with the same lessons she learned on the mat she uses in her daily life, modifications are encouraged and child’s pose is ALWAYS an option.

Rosemary Erb

Yin Yoga

Rosemary got hooked on yoga at various public yoga functions around the Twin Cities. Convinced she was onto something missing in her life, Rosemary committed to a daily yoga practice and enrolled in the Yoga Center’s 200 hour Yoga Study Course in 2010. Since then she has graduated from the Yoga Center’s 500 hour Advanced Training Course as well as trained in Level 1 Adaptive Yoga with Mind/Body Solutions(Minnetonka), Yin Yoga with Spirit of the Lake Yoga(Excelsior) and a Street Yoga immersion that led to a family therapy/art therapy yoga group. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and Yin Yoga are the lineages Rosemary practices and these styles are infinitely adaptable to the student while giving the class a meditative moving feel. Rosemary has completed a Vinyasa Teacher Training with Seane Corn in 2011 and David Swenson’s Ashtanga Primary Series Training in 2013.

Dorothy Jordan

Kundalini Morning Practice (Tuesdays)

Dorothy took her first Kundalini Yoga class in 2012 and was immediately drawn to the practice. She earned her Level One Kundalini Yoga teaching certificate three years later. Often referring to her practice as her “mental health program”, Dorothy appreciates the benefits of combining meditation and yoga to cultivate a more introspective experience. She values the dynamic group energy of the class environment and is excited to see students who are new to yoga.
  
Becca Cerra

Arm Balances + Inversions

Becca Cerra is a graduate of Shiva Yoga Peeth’s 200-hour Teacher Training Course and recipient of Yoga Alliance’s Aspiring Yoga Teacher Scholarship. Becca Cerra encourages her students to use yoga as a tool to practice self-love and develop a positive body image. In addition to practicing and teaching yoga, Becca Cerra is an interdisciplinary artist currently combining sculpture and choreography to discuss topics of perfection and disability. You can find out more by visiting www.beccacerra.com

Andriana Lehr

Andriana first encountered yoga as a teenager, however it wasn’t until her mid-twenties that she began to dive into the practice. After experiencing not only the physical benefits, but also the mental clarity and emotional steadying that developed through consistent practice, she found a desire to share the gifts of Yoga with others. Andriana completed her 200-hour and Yin teacher training at Radiant Life Yoga with Matt and Jaina Portwood in May 2016. She continues to study with Matt and Jaina working on her 300-hour certification.

TJ Long: 

TJ is a local personal trainer, yoga teacher, health coach and raw vegan chef in MPLS. He began pursuing the path toward healthy and compassionate living after over a decade of substance abuse/addiction, and a lifetime of unhealthy habits. Learning alternative ways to naturally restore his good health prompted the desire to help guide others looking to also explore natural health recovery options. He started in physical therapy, then decided to migrate into personal training once he learned that he can still participate in therapeutic modalities. Yoga and mind-body fitness soon began to mold into the formation of his unique approach to all-around natural health and fitness recovery.  In his own time, TJ enjoys being in Nature with his companion-dog Brooks, coaching youth ice hockey, journaling, playing and listening to music, spreading awareness through activism, maintaining a positive mental attitude, and creating delicious fruit-based meals for himself and others.

Sue Redmond:
Sue Redmond offers wellness based yoga classes where we come together to balance mind, body, spirit. Her specialties are gentle, restorative and yin yoga and she loves working with active older adults and seniors. Sue completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training with YogaFit and further training in restorative and yin yoga, adaptive yoga, and therapeutic yoga. Sue values making yoga fun and accessible to everyone. To learn more about Sue head to www.hiawathayoga.com.

 

Daniela Montoya-Barthelemy

About Daniela & La Loba:

La Loba Health & Empowerment was born out of Daniela’s own son’s birth and her passion for health and social justice. The services offered reflect her gifts in balancing strategic health research with holistic modalities of care. Daniela loves getting into the nitty gritty academics around public health research and enhancing that knowledge through intuition. She aims to empower businesses that are making a difference in underserved communities as well as helping individuals to navigate the life and death cycles around reproduction.