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I believe that profound and life affirming shifts can happen if one is open to change, and learns to recognize the unique voice of their inner teacher. I offer individuals the opportunity to heal, transform and awaken to their sacred purpose and journey through yoga, energy work, shamanic techniques and hypnotherapy (QHHT).
Love, Shanell (Shanti Devi)
Trish has been a yoga practitioner since 1992 and in 1998 became a certified yoga teacher. Trish received her teaching qualifications through Integral Yoga and The Temple of Kriya Yoga but considers herself a student first and continues to expand her knowledge and fine tunes her teaching skills by attending workshops regularly, participating in online courses, as well as studying therapeutic yoga, yoga philosophy and astrology. Trish is a certified 200 hour yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance.
Trish teaches ongoing adult yoga classes at Spirit House. She is also available for private instruction.
296-2734 or 704-2733
Jeanette's passion for all things yoga stretches over 24 years. She has trained in Kripalu Hatha yoga in 2002 and is currently teaching Kundalini Yoga (as taught by Yogi Bhajan). She has just completed her level 1 training in Italy , with master teachers Sada Sat Kaur and Sada sat Singh. Kundalini yoga is known as the yoga of Awareness. It is a dynamic tool that is designed to give you an experience of the Soul.
In Kundalini Yoga we harness the mental, physical and nervous energies of the body and put them under the domain of the will , which is the instrument of the soul. Jeanette's passion is also is Bhakti yoga (chanting ).
Jeneba is a Bermudian counselor and teacher who has been practicing integral and restorative yoga for over 15 years. She considers yoga to be profoundly healing, both mentally and physically, and has been offering both group and private yoga classes locally to adults and children for a number of years. Jeneba is certified with Yoga Alliance (RYT 200) and is also a certified instructor in Yoga for 12-step Recovery (Y12SR). This is an evidence-based program that combines the 12-step principles for addiction recovery as well as yoga poses, breathing exercises, and meditation to help clients heal and work through physical trauma caused by substance use. Jeneba has a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and she incorporates mindfulness meditation and some yoga techniques into her clinical practice with clients. In her yoga class for beginners, she will teach basic poses to stretch the body, relieve tension and stress, and increase balance and flexibility. Props such as cushions, bolsters, straps, and yoga blocks will also be used to increase comfort and promote relaxation. There is also a focus on breathing techniques and mindfulness meditation to increase awareness of the intimate connection between the mind and body.
Riley began her yoga practice in 2016 at Lucky Elephant shortly after moving back to Bermuda. Having spent many years of her childhood dancing, she immediately fell in love with yoga as an outlet for creative expression. As an avid traveler, she tends to find yoga classes in the cities she visits and is always inspired whether it’s a new way of movement or a teaching she can take off the mat. In 2020, Riley completed her RYT200 with Matt Giordano at Lucky Elephant and is excited to share her practice with the community!
Emily has been teaching yoga since 2015. In her classes you can expect to dance, play and explore your way through thoughtful and dynamic sequencing. She builds intention and connection to personal geometry and shared breath in the space. The ultimate goal is to create a safe and nourishing space to sweat, move, and find yourself and your community.