These powerful private sessions with healing facilitator, intuitive and pureyoga founder, Suzy Schaak, open and activate your energy channels, raise your vibrational frequency and remove energetic and emotional blocks so your body can align with its natural state of peace, balance and vibrant health. Suzy began her journey as a healer more than a decade ago and has extensive training in Hands on Healing, Yoga and Intuitive Reading.
A passionate yogini, certified yoga instructor, energy healer, and Stillwater resident, Suzy Schaak has worked with thousands of students. She opened her studio, Pure Yoga, almost 7 years ago to create a welcoming gathering place where river valley residents could stretch body, mind and spirit!
“I’m in the business of transformation. My studio and my teaching is about much more than the physical practice of yoga, “ says Schaak. “Yes, yoga can be a workout and is well documented to be effective in weight loss, flexibility, toning and strength—but I’m also about meeting each student where they’re at physically and emotionally. My hope is to guide them through yoga, meditation, and energy work, to a place of infinite potential! Students may walk through my doors stressed out, their backs and shoulders screaming from hours at a computer or commuting, Schaak says,—but they leave with a quiet mind and body, feeling more connected to their spirit. And just as importantly, they experience the awareness of inner and outer flexibility that supports their overall wellbeing.”
Suzy Schaak is an artist. Much like her canvasses, she approaches life and yoga as a creative process that unfolds as transformation, growth and healing! “A life well lived is truly a work of art,” says Schaak. ”That’s how I approach every aspect of yoga, meditation and energy healing. After all in its pure state, these healing modalities are about opening to what we want in our lives and letting go of what we no longer need. Like how I approach a canvas… paint allows me to bring in color and open heartedness while letting go of clutter and distraction.“
”When you live your yoga, you live life as a work of art."