Inner Path Teachers

Scott Adam

Scott began practicing hatha yoga in 1994 with Bill Atkins in New York City at American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Although his practice has taken different forms over the years, his dedication to the path has remained consistent. Throughout Scott’s 16 year journey in the competitive snowboard world, as a coach and a competitor, yoga was a his method of developing himself and the riders he trained. Teaching yoga was a natural transition for Scott and he gradually shifted his focus from athlete development to the cultivation of a deep spiritual connection. Scott’s classes are filled with powerful messages, self inquiry, prayer, relaxation and live music. He offers a heart centered practice, focused on releasing tension in the body, bring peace to the mind and awaken the spirit.

Skye Birdsall

Healing our ancestral trauma is Skye’s passion. Yoga took her on a healing journey and she chooses to carry the powerful lineage by sharing what she knows with whomever accepts the calling. The wisdom of the body is magical beyond the conditioned mind’s understanding. She is committed to unlocking the healing potential in herself and to support others in doing the same. Skye spent most of her life in the Bay Area studying with incredible yoga masters.  She now lives in Nevada County, growing roots closer to nature and looks forward to seeing how that shapes the next phase of her healing journey.

Alison Breen

Alison began her journey with yoga in 2004 she began attending classes offered at her workplace at the Health and Welfare Agency. As yoga began to enrich her life, she came to believe that the practice of yoga should be available to everyone as a way to transform human consciousness and help make the world a better place. She began teaching yoga in 2005 and has over 4,500 hours of classroom teaching experience. Her background in teaching includes various styles, from power yoga in gym settings to deeply restorative yoga in clinical settings. Alison is registered with Yoga Alliance and has trained with a variety of teachers, including Dr. Larry Payne from Loyola University. In addition to her yoga credentials, she also holds a BA in Health Administration from St. Mary’s college.

Hannah Jermstad

Hannah’s journey in yoga has been a beautiful and ever unfolding path. She was first drawn to the practice after a number of injuries sustained through competitive skiing and a large accumulation of stress and dis-ease with her life. Rather than turning to surgery, she stepped on to the mat and never looked back. Her journey carried her from her original home studio in North Lake Tahoe under the guidance of Shaelah Morris to Tulum, Mexico and San Francisco, CA to train with Janet Stone. Since then she has been impacted by many incredible teachers and studies around the world, along with the ongoing immersion into every day’s teachings and offerings. Her classes are rooted in the Bhakti expression of love and devotion with an emphasis on each individual’s personal practice and connection to the breath. She holds a deep and compassionate space where all are welcomed and celebrated exactly as they are.

Kula with Mandy Lucchese

Mandy Lucchese

Mandy teaches because it feels natural. She sees yoga as alive – a living art. Students have described her class like a painting. Yoga changes and is the relationship that one creates with their self and the collective community that forms among the individuals. Mandy’s teachings reveal a love of sequencing and creativity designed as a pallet to explore and inform each person’s edge and potential. Her classes are accessible and welcoming and as a teacher she is committed to honoring individual needs and intentions.

Nila Negron

Nila became inspired share the philosophy and technology of yoga after an awakening experience in the Karma Yoga program at Ananda Village in Nevada City, California. She is certified Ananda Yoga® Instructor since 2011 and continued her exploration with seven months of study and practice of tantric yoga at Agama Yoga in Koh Phangan, Thailand. She enjoys taking her students on a deep journey of internal awareness to uncover and water the seeds of bliss that exist within us all.

Mallory MacInnis

Mallory knew from her very first experience with yoga 10 years ago that there is something incredibly meaningful behind the practice. Through diving deeper into the true meaning of yoga, she began to listen to the ancient wisdom of her body and to trust in the ability to heal herself. The most profound lesson that Mallory has learned through yoga is the importance of breathing and remembering, both on and off the mat. Mallory’s teaching is inspired by the ebbs and flows of life. Whether we are high or low, we come to our yoga mat and tune into ourselves. This is the place where healing begins.

Horacio Roa

Horacio Roa

Horacio is a Certified Massage Therapist and an intuitive healer who combines Shiatsu, Chinese medicine, herbalism, diet and water therapy into powerful individualized programs for self-healing. He  has worked 30+ years in clinics and private practice in Argentina, Spain and the United States and has been praised for the creativity, humanity, and life-changing nature of his work.

Stephanie Rosignuolo

Stephanie has a background in Ayurvedic Medicine, Yoga, Culinary Nutrition, and massage. Her main focus is to purify the body and mind through yoga, food, massage, and lifestyle adjustments that manage stress and prevent states of dis-ease.

Sariah Sizemore

Sariah Sizemore is a gifted intuitive healer, coach, and Kundalini Yoga Instructor. She provides her clients with a holistic program for real transformation that focuses on empowering their whole self. She is passionate about self-mastery and how humans are able to use the body as an access point for physical and metaphysical growth in order to make lasting life changes. In her private work, classes, and workshops she sources a blend of personal life experience, Kundalini Yoga, sound healing, somatic counseling, uplifting and direct coaching, shamanic healing, and intuition to collaborate with her clients and students on their holistic well-being.

Nicole Swingle

Nicole has been on the path of yoga since she was a young gal. She grew up in the Bay Area ghetto and through yoga and spiritual teachings, she was able to see a better way of life for herself. She offers a safe place for everyone to connect deeply to their being as well as techniques and tools to quiet the mental landscape, creating space for more peace and calmness. Her intention is to offer students a practice that promotes self-compassion and kindness.

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