Yoga Kula (Community)
This is our ONLINE Yoga Kula (Community). We are all busy and I am a firm believer of finding fitness as home. For one it is CHEAPER than going to the gym, but also it is just easier than getting to a gym. It takes way less time. I want yoga to be easily accessible for everyone.
I will keep you all updated on when I will be going live, IN THIS GROUP, for classes. I will share other resources, and you can always come back for the recordings and have yoga at your fingertips for FREE 24/7!
Please enter your information below to be added to SOMM’s online yoga kula (community). There you will have access to LIVE and recorded yoga, meditation, and pranayama classes. She will also share all things yoga in the group.
Stephie teaches a flow-like class with an emphasis on turning inward to find your true potential and inner peace. She has been practicing yoga for nearly a decade and teaching for 4 years. She is a 200-hour certified instructor after receiving her training at Om On Yoga, a Yoga Alliance accredited yoga school. Since then she has been influenced by teachers outside of her school including Rachel Brathen (Yoga Girl), Swami Satchidananda, Gabby Bernstein, Yogi “J” Miles, and Deepak Chopra. Her classes link breath with flowing movement and a focus on calming the plethora of thoughts that clog the mind to help bring peace from the chaos of life.
When Stephie was a child she suffered from depression and anxiety. For many years she struggled to find relief without taking medications that would leave her feeling numb and with no life purpose. Since then, her passion has become to show people how to find MORE on the mat; to help people heal from life’s traumas, depression, and anxiety, to feel less broken, and to realize their potential. She wants people to see that they can create peace and happiness in their lives. She discovered yoga in 2009 when she was trying to get out of an abusive relationship and has used yoga to turn inward and practice self-love to find a compassionate path to healing. Her goal is to welcome everyone to “Step Onto her Mat” so they too can find wellness through peaceful practice.
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