Kelley’s Lunch Flow was super- she led a dynamic and comprehensive flow which made me work! The studio space is down-to-earth, comfortable and inviting. I love that they offer students other options of community gathering beyond yoga classes, as well as charitable events.
Dhyana has been teaching yoga for 17 years and practicing for 25. In 2005 she certified in Qigong-tai chi training and in 2012 after two years of study with Buddhist monks she received certifications as Buddhist Dharma and meditation teacher. Her own life journey experience with chronic pain had brought her to a humble place where she learned to listen and honor her body. Her eagerness as a lifelong learner gave her the ability and tools to help others by creating a gentle, compassionate and wise approach to yoga; she encourages students to safely explore on the edge and to challenge or withdraw as needed. Her medical field background and knowledge of the body form the chakra system perspective has lead her into creating a comprehensive approach to yoga, where one can develop a keen eagerness to know their body, a sharp awareness of their own experience and a calmness and stillness of the mind form where a new life style can develop. She believes that everyone that comes to yoga has a common goal: to improve quality of life, to find meaning and purpose, to increase their connection of the trinity of body, mind and spirit. By regular practice and dedication one can improve overall health and mindfulness in order to perform better and diminish stress, see life from a more realistic impermanent approach thus creating peace and harmony within and without. Ultimately her wish for all is to find YOGA, become our best friend, to treat our bodies as the temple of our spirit, to grow in acceptance and compassion towards ourselves and others so we can vibrate closer to the energy that created us.