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Michelle Morris - Bio My journey started in 2011 when I left my corporate job after 10 years. Working in corporate, I was never truly happy or fulfilled and was always thinking there must be something more for me and to life. Originally from Lakewood Colorado, my background is in dance and gymnastics. I continued with adult classes and had injured myself, leaving me with a herniated disc. This injury devastated me for years. I began a yoga practice at home and the pain I had been experiencing disappeared like a miracle. I then thought I would like to venture into being a yoga teacher myself. I loved how I felt each time I practiced, and with the practice contributing to the healing of my injury I wanted to share that with others. In 2013 I received my 200 hr RYT and started teaching yoga at a local gym and a few yoga studios in Central Florida. I then furthered my education and was certified in Yoga for Kids and Yoga for Golfers and then went on to receive my 500 RYT in 2016. Later I also received training in Empower Movement Advanced Teacher Training, Yoga Nidra, Sound Healing and Reiki 1. I additionally became certified as a Mind Mastery Health Coach. In 2018 I purchased Bombay Room Yoga, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. My intent is to help people live their best lives, to help people find peace, healing, love and success for themselves. To inspire, bring forth positive light and energy, add value and make a difference in the lives of others.
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I'm Ally Morrison, an expert Registered Massage Therapist of 24 years, and Yoga Teacher E-RYT-500, Continuing Education Provider YACEP and Yoga Instructor since 2000. I believe... There's exponential value to creating Order and Health in the Body. Added together, they set the stage for ever-deepening layers of Healing. My mission is to offer authentic healing experiences through Anatomy-informed Yoga and Wellness Sessions, various forms of Manual Therapy, along with Yoga and Fascia Release. We can create a container for the type of in-depth healing we want in our life... and it's called your Daily Practice. There is no magic pill, but there is a magic process!
Mona Warner is a warm and joyful educator practicing both Yoga and Ayurveda. She runs the Janati Yoga School in Kingston, Ontario, where she strives to guide others down the path of health, happiness and well-being every day. She is a Yoga Teacher Trainer (since 2007), a National Ayurvedic Medical Association recognized Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist (AYT), and Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner (CAP). She is the author of Ayurvedic Yoga, Ayurveda's Three Pillars of Health, and the Grief and Ayurveda Workbook. Mona shares her home with her wonderful husband, enthusiastic dog, and ninja kitten.