Jee Young Moon has been practicing and teaching yoga for more than a decade. She began practicing in 2000 to help her body recover from knee surgery and chronic back pain. Her teacher in Seoul, Jong-Geon Kim, was a qi-gong master that integrated Korean and Taoist ideas into his yoga with an emphasis on gi and the danjeon. Jee began teaching in 2002 with a healed body and an interest in the roots of yoga practice and philosophy.
Phoenix, whose spiritual name is Amrita Kaur, has been practicing yoga, like most of us, since she was in the womb. She started with Hatha in the early 90s, studying with Erich Schiffmann, Saul David Raye & Desiree Rumbaugh.
Amy is thrilled to teach yoga and to have the opportunity to pass on to others the joy and freedom that she has found in her own practice. Amy completed her teacher training at the 200-hour level in St. Louis and has continued her studies at Samudra School of Yoga with internationally renowned teacher Shiva Rea.
Talah has been a yoga practitioner for ten years. Her journey began in a hatha yoga class in Portland, Oregon and has led her back to her native St. Louis where she's been practicing primarily Ashtanga yoga.
Stacy has been practicing yoga for over ten years and became certified to teach to share her love for yoga with others. Stacy's classes focus on calming the mind, bringing awareness to the body, and awakening the spirit.
Laurie discovered yoga in 1998 and fell in love with the practice after her first deep savasana. Drawn to the mental clarity and body awareness and acceptance she found in the practice, Laurie began practicing asana regularly and exploring yoga philosophy, and yoga soon became an integral part of her lifestyle.
Sheila provide holistic services to her clients by incorporating Eastern and Western modalities into practice including the ancient teachings of yoga, breathwork, meditation. Her teachings draw from Buddhist philosophy of self inquiry, radical acceptance, compassion and unconditional love. Ms. Fazio also provides Therapeutic Massage, Reiki and Holistic Counseling.
Seabrook has been practicing yoga for over 9 years. After attending her first yoga class in college, she was completely taken. Yes, it made her feel physically strong, but more importantly it centered her mind and opened her heart like nothing else she had ever encountered.
Nathan began practicing yoga as a curious corporate engineer searching for a way to cope with the stress of modern everyday life. Through yoga he started to reap many benefits and his practice grew stronger until he decided to leave his engineering job to study yoga and health full-time.
I recently moved to St. Louis after spending the last eleven years in New York and Los Angeles. Shortly after I moved to New York to pursue an MFA at NYU, I began a regular yoga practice at a tiny studio I stumbled upon in Brooklyn. I immediately fell in love with the grounding and calm the practice provided me in the midst of a major life transition, and was certified to teach in 2007
A Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200), Hannah began practicing yoga to balance her love of long-distance running. When the love of yoga overpowered that of running, Hannah completed her 200 hour teacher training with Power Yoga master Bill Raup in Philadelphia.