Inner Path Teachers

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.

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.

Jacquie Weills

Combines gentle yoga asana for strength and flexibility as well as meditation, breathwork and relaxing restorative poses using bolsters, blankets and hands-on adjustments. All levels.

Daya Maria Dakira

Daya began exploring Eastern Healing Practices And Yoga traditions 8 years ago,when she first traveled to Mystical India.  She took her first yoga class in Rishikesh, next to The Beatles pilgrimage Ashram. Soon after that, the interest to learn about body, mind, emotions and the cultivation of the heart, led her to study Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory of the 5 Elements and Japanese Healing Techniques. She completed the 200 Life of a Yogi TT and 500 Life of a Yogi TT with Sri Dharma Mittra in New York City.

Yoga is a state of mind, a way of life and a powerful transformational tool through which we can cultivate kindness, compassion and love towards all living beings.  Our emotions affect our body and mind, and our mind affects the spirit. Using movement, yoga postures and other practices can help release and balance blocked and stagnated energy and create a positive upward momentum.

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