Suzanne Vian

Lead trainer, meditation, philosophy, self development, yoga therapy

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Suzanne began her practice in 1993 and dedicated her life to yoga through the lineage of Krishnamacharya and studies based on the teachings of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras, among other ancient and modern yogic and philosophical texts.

She has worked with thousands of students young to old from the start of her career as teacher and studio owner in 2003 and continues to inspire through her studies, devotion to the practice and profound love for humanity. 


Dr.Shreejit Ghadigaonkar

Instructor of Ayurveda, yoga therapy, yoga philosophy, mudra

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Bachelor of Ayurveda, medicine and surgery, M.Sc in yoga science and philosophy


Stéphane Laporte

Instructor of Anatomy, Osteopathic Practitioner

Stephane is from Paris, France and has worked alongside of Suzanne through most of her teacher trainings as Instructor of Anatomy. He is a marathon trainer and athlete who teaches with humor and wisdom, is easy to listen to and makes anatomy, understanding safe practice and “body reading” enjoyable.


Sarika Hussey

Yoga, Face Yoga instructor

Sarika is a Sake Master and Japanese Face Yogi, a gender equality advocate, and an urban development specialist. Before she discovered Yoga and Meditation, Sarika worked with the United Nations on women's empowerment and urban policy in Africa and Asia for roughly 10 years. She received her Master’s Degree from the London School of Economics, focusing on gender equality in urban development. She is a certified Yoga Instructor (RYT-200) with Yoga Alliance Worldwide, and a Certified Advanced Face Yoga Instructor, Face Yoga Association International/Takatsu Facial Yoga Method (Japan). Sarika firmly believes in the surprising power of Face Yoga to spark happiness and empowerment.


Japanese Face Yoga Method - Brief Description

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Face Yoga may look like a joke, but it can bring surprisingly transformative emotional and physical benefits. Learning to strategically release facial tension which we all unknowingly hold, in fact, releases the tension in our minds and hearts, and can even soften facial wrinkles. Face Yoga brings a sense of happiness and empowerment through laughter, released endorphins, increased facial oxygen and blood circulation, and enhanced facial expressions - all leading to better inter- personal skills.


Sarah Patterson

Assistant instructor, Ayurveda, Ayurvedic diet, yoga philosophy 

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Though I first started practicing in 2006,  it wasn't until later, when an illness left me so weak and exhausted that I could barely walk a half kilometer, that I really started progressing in my yoga practice.