406 Yoga Conference
Meet the teachers of the 2021 Yoga Conference!
October 15-17, 2021 in Anaconda, MT
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Columbia Falls, MT
“If you can’t figure out your purpose, figure out your passion. For your passion will lead you right into your purpose.”
Sharon, a Flathead Valley native, fell into the alternative healthcare field in her early 20s and found great purpose in helping people achieve pain free living. She decided to obtain her associates degree as a physical therapist assistant in 2011 and it was during this grueling and demanding period she found yoga.
As so many do, Sharon first began yoga to stretch and combat the long sitting hours in college. The higher effects of yoga didn’t take long to sink in. During that time she was immersed in anatomy and physiology and the coupling of yoga was incredibly logical on a more functional level. She began to use yoga as a form of physical therapy to combat her own daily aches and pains, experimenting with movements, breathing, balance, and strength.
In 2015 she took her teacher training through Camp Utopia Yoga, an alignment and functional based training, in Denver and Costa Rica. She’s taught and shared her passion in California, Baja Mexico, Arizona, Washington State, Idaho, and of course Montana. Combining the continuing education of evidence-based physical therapy with the ancient philosophy of yoga, she teaches both intense power classes and a more therapeutic class designed for living without pain.
Over the years, Sharon has turned her passion into a business. She is co-founder of the 406 Yoga Conference, owner and designer of Downward Dog Designs, a yoga based clothing line that donates a portion of proceeds to global pollution cleanup efforts, founder of Warrior Sculpt™, a certified breathwork coach, and teaches regularly in Whitefish, MT.
Sharon is teaching Breathe to Heal: The Love Letter.
Amanda Jenkins wants to bring something new to your mindset about work, life, and self-care! Understanding how to go from HUSTLE to FLOW in business, relationships, personal and family life – even in your workout regimen – will help you break bad habits, channel your energies, and even help you unlock your soul’s purpose.
Amanda found balance in her own life by devoting herself to the study of ancient yogic philosophy, modern anatomy, intuition, and the human stress response. Today, in addition to running her businesses, she’s a mom and certified yoga teacher. She continues to create content for her businesses, but is increasingly focused on giving back to a global community through spreading a positive message through inspirational writing. She connects to thousands of followers worldwide through articles she publishes online, sends out a personal newsletter full of inspiration and yoga advice, just finished writing her first book, and recently completed her certificate in Positive Psychology. With her guidance and sense of humor, you’ll learn exactly how to get out of life’s ruts – ensuring you’re not spinning your wheels, allowing you to tap into your unique sources of endless motivation.
Amanda is teaching Primal Flow: structured, creative, and FUN on Saturday at 8:00AM
Through intuitive movement and mindfulness, Anna is in practice both on and off the mat. Drawn to the practice for the guaranteed work out, she stayed because of the palpable shift she experienced in body and mind.
She is a RYT-300 with a focus in Ayurveda, E-RYT-200, and YACEP. Her husband’s job has gifted her the opportunity to teach and practice all over the country, and to learn little nuggets from inspiring teachers along the way.
Yoga and Ayurveda influence the lens through which she sees the world, and the foundation upon which she teaches. Her intention is to provide students with explorative options that allow them to cultivate peace (+ fun and heat, y’all!) in their own bodies, minds, and hearts.
Anna is teaching Live in Balance with Ayurveda on Sunday at 11:15 AM
Liberty Lake, WA
Over the past 15 years her focus has turned to yoga, mind body fitness and nutrition. As a yoga and nutritional coach she helps her clients improve their health on and off the mat.
Barb is a black belt in Taekwondo, which began her path of mind body spirit discovery. She has trained extensively in Baptiste power vinyasa yoga and has been the owner of The Mat yoga studio for the past 11 years.
Barb was born and raised in Alberta, Canada. She lived in Missoula and Las Vegas and for the last 21 years has called Liberty Lake WA home along with her amazing family.
Barb is teaching Vinyasa Power Flow on Saturday at 9:30 AM.
In 2000, I walked into a yoga studio for the first time, unsure of what to expect. I walked out knowing I had found something amazing. Over the years, I have explored many different styles of yoga. I have traveled all over the United States and was fortunate to experience many different styles of instructors as well.
In 2016, I started teaching yoga when the instructor/owner of the studio I went to, broke his hip and needed someone to jump in for him.
In 2017, I earned my 200 hour Yoga Alliance certification with SmartFlow by Annie Carpenter.
The most interesting part of my yoga journey began in 2019 as I completed my certification in trauma recovery yoga with T.R.Y. Method ~ Trauma Recovery Yoga. I am certified to lead yoga and meditation adapted for people with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) by LoveYourBrain Foundation. I weave the healing benefits of trauma recovery/informed yoga into every class.
I am also a certified Yoga Nidra Facilitator.
My teaching experience includes Gentle Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Slow Flow, Hatha, Yin, YinYasa, Basics, Restorative, Yoga Nidra and T.R.Y. Trauma Recovery Yoga.
Barbie is teaching Yoga Nidra on Saturday at 3:00PM.
Big Sky, MT
Callie is the heart and soul of Santosha Wellness Center, in Big Sky Montana, where she teaches yoga, offers therapeutic bodywork and practices ayurvedic medicine. Callie became passionate about the power of yoga first in 1998, as she found it helped her recover from her time spent snowboarding, hiking, biking and just generally playing hard in the outdoors.
In the spring of 2004 Callie completed her first of several yoga teacher trainings. Her trainings have included a blend of yoga styles originating in the Hatha tradition of Sivananda, Anusara yoga and vinyasa yoga with Janet Stone.
Callie believes in leading her students through movement and stillness with one’s breath as their guide in order to find the balance of that delicate dance between strength and surrender, effort and ease.
Aside from teaching Callie also owns and operates Santosha Wellness Center, which she opened in 2012. After over a decade of learning and developing a variety of skills in the holistic healing field she has put them all together under one roof and found a great group of other like-minded practitioners and teachers to join her in her endeavor to offer holistic healing opportunities to the community of Big Sky and its visitors.
Alongside teaching yoga, Callie offers a variety of therapeutic bodywork, holistic health consultations and leads seasonal cleanses. She is a certified Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist. She obtained her degree after studying primarily at the California College of Ayurveda, but also spent some time studying under an Ayurvedic Physician in Vrindavan, India. Ultimately through yogic philosophy further influenced by ayurveda and therapeutic bodywork, Callie encourages her clients, students and patients to live their best life, embracing the balance in body, mind and spirit.
Callie is teaching The Dance of Strength and Surrender on Saturday at 11:15 AM
Chrissy’s relationship with yoga started in 2000 as a compliment to her life as a dancer. As life progressed, her yoga transformed. With its origins in the physical, it was yoga philosophy and the awareness created that changed the game for her. In 2007 Chrissy’s world was turned upside-down. Lightening struck very close to her heart, and yoga helped shift the trajectory of her life. Yoga asana opens up a doorway to access and provide insight into the Universe within you, the place where radical change is possible. Chrissy creates a safe space for you to deepen your connection with your body through awareness of subtle energetic changes that occur throughout your practice. She weaves together a unique yoga experience, sourcing from her background in yoga therapy, vinyasa, and shamanism so you can make the most of your time on the mat. With intentional hands-on assistance and a warm smile, Chrissy’s guidance will leave you feeling clear and ready to face whatever life throws your way
Chrissy is teaching Community Shamanic Healing Experience on Saturday at 7:45 PM.
Christen is the owner of Mandala Montana, a hot yoga studio in Kalispell, MT.
Christen is teaching Yoga & Ego: Enneagram of Personality on Saturday at 11:30AM.
Mama of two under two, Wife, Freelance Artist, Studio Owner & Director, and Certified Yoga Teacher, Coty has a deep passion for building community and encouraging others to follow their wildest dreams. She was born and raised in Burlington, Vermont, and has spent her adult life thus far, traveling, learning and growing through experience and adventure. She has lived in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, as well as in Costa Rica before moving to Lakeside, Montana to plant her roots with her husband, Josh, a little over 4 years ago. Together they also own Flathead Lake Hostel; an Airbnb Exclusive, Affordable Lakeside Lodging option Welcoming Friendly & Frugal Travelers From All Over The World!
Coty is teaching Gratitude Flow Saturday at 1:30 PM.
Crystal Gray, E-RYT 500, YACEP, is the “yoga teacher for yoga teachers”. She adores helping newer yoga teachers find their voice and build a loyal client base so they can turn this passion into a business instead of a hobby. Her main focus is alignment, cueing, sequencing, class planning, and making classes accessible for different bodies. Crystal is excited to share her knowledge and learn from you all as well!
Crystal is teaching Sequencing and Class Planning for Yoga Teachers on Saturday at 11:15 AM.
Dali was born and raised in Alaska and first became interested in yoga and meditation while attending MSU-Bozeman. Shortly after graduating, Dali moved to Asia where he would spend most of the next 10 years. During that time he traveled around countries like India, Nepal and Thailand to pursue his studies and practice of yoga and Buddhist meditation. He also taught full-time in Shanghai and Bali and organized 200-hour TTCs in Thailand. Now Dali is back in Montana and enjoys spending time outdoors and sharing insights from his adventures with those who are interested
Dali is teaching Where does Yoga Really Come From? on Friday at 7:45 PM
Danielle Nicholas (RYT-200) is an experienced yoga teacher and university-level educator. Danielle currently teaches yoga and mindfulness for academic credit at Montana State University in Bozeman as well as teaches at various yoga studios in the Bozeman area. She is working on finishing up her 500 YTT and has completed training to become a certified prenatal yoga teacher. Danielle’s academic background is in both religious studies and the natural sciences. She has been practicing yoga and meditation on and off for over 20 years. Through her formal background and experiences gained from her personal practice, Danielle seamlessly integrates science and philosophy in a way that is accessible to a broad range of students. Danielle lives in Bozeman, MT with her daughter and very fuzzy Australian Shepard.
Danielle is teaching Savor it: Yoga and Chocolate on Saturday at 5:00 PM.
Originally from Idaho but has been in Bozeman, MT for the last decade. I enjoy traveling, hiking/backpacking, camping, music, fishing, and snow sports. My favorite thing to do is spend quality time with my Boston Terrier Oliver. I am currently a Dental Hygienist but have found that Yoga is my true passion. Yoga came to me after experiencing multiple losses, trauma, and depression. It has been a way for me to cope with life challenges and find stillness. Sharing yoga with others has been an incredible journey, and I want to continue sharing it with anyone who is open to finding stillness and peace of mind.
Erica is teaching Chakra Delight on Saturday at 7:45 PM.
Fiona is an enthusiastic yoga teacher, always learning to learn more. The practice of yoga is a continual learning experience for all, from teacher to student. Fiona believes that yoga gives you the strength to stay present, the stamina to move on, and the acceptance to let go.
Fiona is teaching Why should we yoga? on Saturday at 5:00 PM.
Gabrielle, originally from North Carolina and now resides in the beautiful mountains of Whitefish, Montana with her five year old daughter and husband. Gabrielle is a graduate from Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina with a Bachelor of Science degree in Commercial Recreation Management. She is the owner of Studio 48 Pilates and Fitness and creator of My Daily Reform, an online Pilates and Fitness Studio. She has been an active teacher in the fitness industry since 2006. Gabrielle is a certified Foundation Training Level 1 & 2 Instructor, STOTT PILATES® Instructor Trainer for Matwork, Reformer, Cadillac, Chair, and Barrels as well as Total Barre™ and CORE™. As an international fitness educator for STOTT PILATES, Gabrielle has had the opportunity to teach instructors in Montana, Seattle, California, Toronto, Calgary, and Seoul, South Korea. She was a finalist in the Pilates Anytime 2018 Next Instructor Competition and was honored to come in 5th place.
Gabrielle is teaching Introduction to Foundation Training on Saturday at 8:00 AM.
My passion for yoga was discovered a few years ago. I had joined the Limber Tree training program with the intention of deepening my personal practice but open to the possibilities that this path would lead me down. What I learned on this journey was that yoga is about discovering the authentic you. Learning from your past, strengthening your present and building your future. Yoga is so much more than just the poses, it’s about you, the authentic you. My mission is to give my students a judgement-free space to explore yoga.
Juanita is teaching Beginner Yoga Flow & Meditation on Sunday at 6:30 AM.
Wolf Point, MT
Keri Sansaver is a mom, wife, nana of 6, retired school counselor, certified health coach, adjunct faculty at Fort Peck Community College, and certified yoga teacher. She holds a BS in Psychology, a minor in Human and Family Development, and an MS in Education/School Counseling. Retiring in 2018 after 26 years in K-12 public education, she was a school counselor at 3 different schools on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. Keri is certified as a Train the Trainer for the Ruby Payne Framework for Understanding Poverty program. She teaches several weekly yoga classes including traditional yoga, chair yoga, and yoga nidra. In her efforts to introduce yoga , meditation, and mindfulness into the community and schools she shares her love of yoga with local K-12 school districts staff and students, churches, FPCC, and NEMHS medical providers, nurses, and staff. She has been teaching yoga for 8 years and has completed her 200 hour Yogafit certification along with a specialty certification called Yogafit for Warriors, which addresses PTSD/mental health issues through yoga.
Keri is teaching Yoga Nidra on Sunday at 9:30 AM.
Lauren Rae Hardev Bleck
I arrived into this world a very spiritually seeking, out of the box human being, not particularly “fitting in” with the status quo. I attended university after high school but never felt that my true calling was associated with my degree.
I went on a life-changing spiritual quest at the age of 25, which led me to my 200 hours in the heartland of India where my vigilant Guru reminded me of who I was and how to BE.
I continued on with my 500 hours through Yoga Alliance, with a focus on Kundalini yoga. This is what I love to share and introduce unto the world.
May the Divine presence within ME, acknowledge and see the Divine presence within YOU,
Lauren is teaching Kundalini Yoga for Spiritual Awareness* on Saturday at 9:30 AM,
I began my yoga journey while working as a graphic designer at MAD Magazine in New York City. It was a fun job but after a long day in sitting in front of a computer screen my back was aching, compounding pain in my back due to scoliosis. After trying a few yoga classes after work, I was hooked. It was a wonderful to stretch and release tension after sitting at a desk for most of the day and literally “pounding the pavement” of NYC walking most places. My consistent yoga practice alleviated lower back pain symptoms and I felt so much better in my body and mind.
Inspired by my physical health improving and feeling the benefits of managing stress after becoming a mom, I knew it was my calling to become a certified yoga teacher. I trained with YogaWorks in NYC and completed the 200 hour certification in 2008. In the summer of 2018 I completed my additional 300 hour training with YogaWorks in NYC and finished the training in L.A. I am now an experienced, ERYT500 instructor. I am also a certified Kundalini yoga instructor, completing my 200 hour training in 2005 with the Kundalini Research Institute (KRI) at Prana Mandir in NYC.
I have three teenagers who continue to inspire my yoga practice every day. Yoga has given me the tools to journey through life with more ease and grace. One of my greatest joys is teaching and sharing the benefits of yoga with others!
Meagan Rose discovered her passion for learning about natural wellness and human physiology when she was 15 years old and it continued when she entered into massage therapy school. Simultaneously, she was obtained her BS in Management of Health & Fitness and her yoga certifications. Then, she received my MS in Exercise Science, which enabled her to dive deeper into the science of yoga. Her thesis project was on the stress hormone, cortisol, and yoga. Her path has most recently guided her to become a Certified-Exercise Physiologist in 2019.
Throughout her career, she has taught yoga for 12+ years, practiced massage therapy for 10 years, and managed multiple teams and businesses. Via the Western and Eastern science paradigms, she continuously challenges herself to strive forward by curiously questioning concepts and enthusiastically learning new methods to help her clients, students, and her own personal practice.
Meagan is teaching Self-Massage and Myofascial Release Yoga for the Shoulder & Upper Arm on Saturday at 1:30 PM.
Molly began practicing yoga in 2002 as a tool to heal chronic back pain from a decade of high level horse training and competition, and to calm her anxious mind. It didn’t take long for her to realize that her yoga practice would not only heal her body and mind but would also transform her life. Molly believes that people are born with all the tools they need to be powerful, playful and thriving human beings… it just sometimes gets buried under life burdens we accumulate along the way. Yoga is about peeling back excess layers so we can reconnect to our healthiest and happiest selves. As an E RYT 500, Tier 3 1200 he Baptiste Yoga Influencer, Molly is committed to leading powerful, sweaty yoga classes in a supportive and compassionate way. Molly encourages her students to trust the practice, keep it simple, doubt limiting stories and cultivate an unconditional love affair with themselves. Molly currently lives in Bozeman, Montana and co-owns The Practice Power Yoga, where she leads group classes, privates, teacher trainings and workshops.
Molly is teaching Journey Into Power on Saturday at 3:00 PM.
I help women transform their health and well-being through physical, emotional, and spiritual empowerment. For the past 38 years, it has been my passion and pleasure to share the full spectrum of yoga and wellness education shifting thousands into living vibrant, easeful, soulful lives. Owner YogaMotion Wellness Academy.
Nancy is teaching 5 Keys to Lasting Change on Saturday at 11:15 AM.
Natalie Moses, 200hr. certified Yoga Instructor, is the founder and owner of Grounded Resources Yoga. She enjoys connecting with her students and is driven to provide a safe, fun and relaxing environment for each of her classes. Since being certified in January of 2011 from Yandra Yoga Institute, a Yoga Alliance certified school, she has been teaching ever since. Born and raised in Milwaukee, WI, she loves to travel, meet new people, cook, garden and spend time outdoors with her husband and two dogs. Grounded Resources Yoga is a traveling pop-up/pop-in yoga focused company, founded at the beginning of 2017 in Englewood, CO and relocated to the Montana Bitterroot Valley in 2019. Classes are, and forever will be, designed uniquely to you and your event. Whether a strong Vinyasa flow or a gentle Hatha class with a restorative blend, it’ll be up to you. Grounded Resources Yoga offers private and group classes; yoga and a hike; yoga in the park; yoga “parties” including yoga and tea/coffee/beer/wine, bachelor/bachelorette celebrations and before wedding bliss packages.
Natalie is teaching Unique Power Flow on Sunday at 6:30 AM.
Nikki Eisinger lives on a 1901 ranch in NW Montana with her partner, twin teen girls, a herd of goats, chickens and two dogs. Like most folks in Montana, Nikki doesn’t “do” just one thing. She is the founder of www.glad.is – a guide to intentional living & mindfulness, Creator of The Sacred Wild Candle Company, and co-owner of Tobacco River Ranch Glamping, www.tobaccoriverranch.com. Nikki was part of a small team that brought Headspace meditation to the U.S., and has studied yoga and ritual for 25 years, having been fortunate to study with Sandra Ingerman, Shiva Rea, Byron Katie and many others.
Nikki is teaching The Power and Importance of Ritual on Saturday at 2:00 PM.
Robyn has practiced yoga for almost 30 year, and has been teaching since 2010. Her passion has always been to make yoga available for people who think they can’t do yoga for whatever reason. With certifications and trainings in Curvy Yoga, Accessible Yoga and chair yoga, amongst others, Robyn strives to show people that they can feel good in the body that they have today.
In 2013, Robyn opened the Gentle Healing Center, Helena’s first and only fully accessible yoga studio, where the mission of the studio is to make all who walk in the door feel better and realize that they can be successful in their own yoga practice, no matter what challenges they may have. She has worked with the Accessible Yoga Foundation since 2017, assisting in trainings in California and Montana. In 2019, Robyn founded the Montana Yoga Movement, a non-profit that brings yoga to underserved and over-looked populations across the state of Montana, including those with disabilities, BIPOC and LGBTQ+ populations, substance abuse programs and more.
Robyn is teaching Unwinding the Shoulders and Upper Back on Sunday at 8:00 AM.
My passion and inspiration for helping other yoga teachers is contagious and I harness this to inspire other yoga teachers to overcome self-doubt and burnout. I am dedicated to assisting yoga teachers to connect with their authenticity, enabling them to become powerful leaders of transformation in their yoga communities.
I became a yoga teacher in 2006. In addition to my master’s degree in exercise physiology, I have completed over 2,000 hours of formal yoga and yoga therapy trainings and I am a C-IAYT yoga therapist. I use my knowledge and experience to guide yoga teachers along their yoga teacher journey, supporting them through the mental, spiritual, and physical challenges that they face.
I am the co-founder of the North Dakota Yoga Conference, 406 Yoga Conference and the founder of the Yoga Teacher Conf, dedicated to connecting the yoga community through cultivating deeper awareness and education.
I’m an extroverted optimist and I love hiking, skiing, and connecting in nature with my husband, Sean.
Allison is teaching Restore Your Pelvic Floor on Saturday at 9:15AM
Sirena Dudgeon, E-RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP, engages in a yoga practice that goes beyond the mat as she raises two young children with her husband in CO. She connects deeply with her students, encouraging that they embrace their own practice for where they are in their own journey, on and off the mat. She motivates her students to study the “Self” and shares her passion for Astrology, building it into her classes as themes. Students leave her class feeling supported, inspired, and understood.
Sirena holds accessible ritualistic workshops on Astrology for Yoga Teachers and Practitioners to help yoga teachers and students deeply connect with the natural cycles and energies of the universe for teaching and practicing yoga. A co-founder of Yoga in the Church, she conducts spiritual workshops exploring themes in yoga and Christianity, publishing a book in Spring 2022. Every person’s yoga path is different, and Sirena encourages this self-discovery through compassion, kindness, understanding, and love.
Sirena is teaching Moon Phases Yoga on Saturday at 4:45 PM.
Siri is a KRI certified Level 2 Kundalini Yoga and Meditation Practioner, a KRI Professional Teacher Trainer, and a Certified Ayurvedic Consultant. She has immersed herself into the study of Kundalini Yoga and Ayurveda around the world, including in Anandpur Sahib, India and loves helping people bring these teachings into their daily life.
Siri is teaching Open to Your True Potential – Kundalini on Saturday at 6:30 AM.
Dr. Steven Blair
Dr. Steven Blair is the founder, owner and primary facilitator of services at Evolution of Balance, LLC in Bozeman, Montana. In addition to his personal practice, the overlap between yoga and physical rehabilitation inspired Steven’s path to become a yoga instructor and to include yoga offerings in his chiropractic clinic. Dr. Blair is one of very few health care providers that offers yoga therapy as a health care modality, offered in a way that it is covered by most health insurance plans. For the health care community, he is actively working to further the understanding of yoga and is teaching how to appropriately note and bill for in-clinic yoga as physical rehabilitation that is reimbursable by health insurance plans Additionally he is passionate about educating the yoga community to create safety and avoid injuries as as it relates to the spine, other body regions, and basic considerations for common health conditions.
Dr. Steven Blair is teaching Spine Health Yoga on Saturday at 8:00 AM.
I’m a believer that movement is medicine. I love to be active in all different modalities. Yoga keeps me able to do what I love, and I enjoy sharing it with others.
I love all styles of yoga, mostly vinyasa flow which focuses mostly on skeletal muscle, but have a passion for Yin Yoga ( focusing more on connective tissue). My formal Certifications include: 500 RYT with Yoga Alliance, AFAA Certified Personal Trainer, AFAA certified Yoga instructor, G.E.A.R Cycling Certified, 50 hour Yin Anatomy Training, and Bhavana Restorative.
When I am not on my mat, snowboarding is a major part of who I am. I also train for half marathons and spend my Summer weekends hiking and adventuring new trails. I love doing mission work and taking my paddleboard to the lake to practice yoga. Overall, I just enjoy learning new things & having human moments with individuals within our community. I have a yellow lab named Roxanne, who is my side-kick.
Stevie is teaching VinYin on Sunday at 11:15 AM.
After traveling through Africa and discovering a deep connection to the world around her,
Talie found her inspiration through yoga.
Her classes are centered around on and off the mat practice,
combining pranayama, alignment, and flow to empower all students.
Talie received her 200hr Yoga Teacher Certification at the Maui Yoga Shala in Hawaii.
She is a Certified Health Coach through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition.
She offers health coach consultations and one-on-one or group private yoga sessions.
Talie is teaching Lila Flow on Friday at 7:45 PM.
I am a passionate and fiery soul who loves to express myself through different movement and art modalities . I have a background in fine arts and teach a variety of movements including yoga, pole dance , expressive movement, performance art , barre and fitness . I am always exploring how I can combine my two loves of movement and art in a way that is healing to the mind, body and soul . I am about to begin school to become a counselor and expressive arts therapist to deepen my knowledge. I am so excited to be able to share my explorative practice with others and the healing powers of yoga.
Taylor is teaching Art and Yoga on Saturday at 3:00 PM.
Vandana Sood-Giddings is a certified yoga teacher from the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Ashram in India. In 2006 Vandana completed a 10 day silent Vipassana meditation from Dhamma Sikhara Centre in India. With trainings in Reiki and EFT she uses a holistic approach to yoga teaching and healing. Vandana received the 2008 Davis Peace Award for her project ‘Stretching Towards Peace’ which focused on yoga and meditation countering youth violence in Serbia. Vandana is the founder of Prana Buzz, an organization that aims to build community around spiritual and creative events. Vandana regularly teaches yoga at The Ridge in Bozeman and has taught in New York, India and Europe.
Vandana is teaching Pranayama: Breath of Life on Sunday at 9:30AM.