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Stephanie Adams, Hood River, OR Malia Scott, Austin, TX I see magic in life with its highs and its lows. I am inspired by conflict and chaos as much as I am by ease and comfort. I like to see people in their flow. I like to see people light up when they are passionate about something. I enjoy collaborating and co-creating, dancing, running, designing, writing, reflecting, connecting, journaling, painting, back-bending, armbalancing, standing on my hands and hula hooping. I am inspired by the clouds, the moon and the stars. Malia teaches vinyasa yoga that is deeply rooted in personal development. She incorporates the breath, the bandhas, dance, dynamic sequencing and hooping as well. Her roots are in Baptiste Yoga, PranaFlow, Anusara, Shamanism, Ayurveda and Astrology.

In Yoga, shared courage, wisdom, and vulnerability inspire the blossoming of the lotus heart, where we meet in awareness and grace. This is where we become Yoga. Om Mani Padme Hum. Stephanie Adams, ERYT 500, teaches at Flow Yoga Studio and offers 60 inspired and diverse classes every week. She has completed Jaya Yoga Teacher Training (RYT 200/500). Jeanne Heileman, Los Angeles, CA I love seeing my students drop into a place of peace and acceptance within themselves at the end of a class. They become quiet, powerful, and wise. I am in awe. Jeanne brings energetic subtleties to a challenging practice. A senior ParaYoga instructor, she teaches with YogaWorks and around the globe.

www. jeanneheileman. com

Rhia Robinson, Houston, TX Ordinary (extraordinary!) life itself provides daily inspiration. Meditation, travel, writing, heartbreak, the perfect summer nectarine. Rhia is currently working towards her ParaYoga certification with Rod Stryker. She completed teacher training with 8 Limbs Yoga in Seattle in 2002 and with Erich Schiffmann in 2005. She is co-owner of Yoga Collective, a studio in Garden Oaks. | 98

Randall & Kristin Brooks (The Bhakti House Band), Fort Worth, TX FULLY connecting with humanity through song and play. Sun on my face. Wind in my hair (or freshly-shaven head!) Sanskrit, mythology, ancient scriptures...but especially the laughter of my children. Randall & Kristin tour nationally sharing their hearts through their music and kirtan and teaching the heartopening practice of Nāda-Bhakti Yoga.


ORIGIN COnscious side first.

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