Our teachers rotate on a monthly basis based on our offerings
Amy Betz landed in an Integrative Restoration iRest® Yoga Nidra practice after having her second daughter. She found that iRest helped improve her sleep and general well-being as a professional and parent. Soon she found herself in the level I iRest training and then pursuing certification. Amy is a Certified iRest Teacher currently offering practices to professionals, parents, or anyone wanting more satisfaction in life.
Carrie Lafferty, PT
Since 1985 and Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner® since 1994, is dedicated to facilitating a sense of curiosity for a graceful healing/learning process. Carrie is a Master Qi Gong Teacher certified through Ling Gui International Healing Qi Gong School. Deeply informed by her own personal study of Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Core nature-based Shamanism, and Meditation, she believes healing is truly transformational and alchemical, involving change on all levels – physical, emotional, and spiritual. Carrie currently maintains a full time private practice in the Fremont neighborhood where she offers private Feldenkrais Functional Integration® sessions, weekly classes and special workshops and related events.
To make an appointment with Carrie, please call (206) 459-1773 or visit http://movementfromwithin.net/
Gianna Carotenuto, Ph.D.
Gianna Carotenuto, yogini, teacher, art historian, professor, published author and leadership coach ~ brings unique methods and skills to awaken creative power & transform lives. Gianna lives in Seattle teaching across the West Coast, and holds unique healing events at her & her husband’s Retreat and Artist Residency Program www.hotspringsranchnevada.com
For more information visit: www.spirityogalodge.com
I’ve been practicing yoga for many years. Working as a dentist, I found yoga a great exercise to bring balance to my body after long hours of work. Yoga helped me to develop an awareness of my body language and increased my sensitivity to the signs and signals of my body.
Lu Jong works simultaneously with body, mind and energy. It’s a combination of form, movement and breath, which besides the physical health benefits, calms the mind and balances emotions.
Lu Jong focuses very much on spine. It balances the spine, prevents postural imbalance and increases blood flow.
It has been two years that I've practiced Lu Jong and enjoyed all of its benefits. I decided to become a teacher of Lu Jong so more people can learn and benefit from this precious ancient practice. I became certified by Tulku Lobsang to teach Tibetan healing yoga and I would love to share it with others so they can also benefit from this healing movement practices.
I am also a certified Yin yoga teacher, registered with Yoga Alliance. I found Yin yoga a great complement to the busyness of our life, where we can find some stillness and stretch our bodies through slow paced, simple yoga postures after a long work day, or we can do it as a morning practice to start our day.