Amy Beth Treciokas
Amy started Yoga in high school with a Sivananda Yoga class at her suburban Boston high school where she also studied the Bhagavad Gita in English class. She ran Varsity track on the state championship team and was Bay State All Conference in cross-country, and figure skated. She was Salutorian of her high school class and studied music from an early age, starting with piano at age 6. She learned piano for 11 years, flute for 6 years, and cello for 3 years.
She studied molecular biology at Princeton University, earning a B.A., where she was a soprano soloist in the Glee Club and on the Varsity Sailing team. She toured Australia, New Zealand, Tahiti, Hawaii, and Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Austria and France with the Princeton University Glee Club. She won the Alvan T. and Viola D. Fuller – American Cancer Society Research Fellowship for Cancer Research in 1987. She was a Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Fellow at Cornell’s Medical campus in Manhattan as a Ph.D. candidate in Immunology. She has also done graduate work in Physiology.
After graduate school, Amy worked as an actuary at Towers Perrin, and at Shand, Morahan, and Company (now Markel Corp.), earning an Associateship in the Society of Actuaries, and becoming a Member of the Academy of Actuaries.
She resumed her yoga studies as an adult in 1993 at the Evanston Athletic Club with Kim Schwartz of the Temple of Kriya Yoga. Amy then studied with Suddha Weixler of Chicago Yoga Center who introduced Amy to Ashtanga Yoga, and told her about the founder of the Ashtanga Yoga system, Sri K. Pattabhi Jois (Guruji). Amy went to Mysore, India for the first time in December 1996, for the first of 14 trips to study with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and his grandson, Sharath Rangaswamy at the yoga shala in Mysore. In 1999, she was granted authorization to teach Ashtanga Yoga. She was a direct student of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois from 1996 until 2009. Amy also studied with Manju Jois, Guruji’s son and with Dena Kingsberg in Bali, Tim Miller and Lino Miele, Graeme Northfield, David and Simi Roche, and Radha Warrell in Crete, Greece. She completed Teacher Trainings with Suddha Weixler and Tim Miller. While in India, Amy found kirtan, call-and-response chanting the names of the Divine in Sanskrit.
She received her RYT-500 from the Himalayan Institute and is certified at the highest level through Yoga Alliance (E-RYT500). She is also certified in Hormone Yoga Therapy for Menopause and Yoga for Diabetes by Dinah Rodrigues (IYTA). Amy has also studied Reiki, and is a Reiki Master. She has completed a vision quest with a Native American elder.
On July 8, 2003 Amy founded Yoga Now in Edgewater, then on March 25, 2006 moved Yoga Now downtown to 742 N. LaSalle, a new all eco-friendly studio. She teaches Ashtanga Yoga, Bhakti Vinyasa Flow and Yoga Teacher Trainings. She also leads her band, Amy and the Bliss Tribe in monthly kirtan. She teaches yoga and leads kirtan at Bhaktifest Midwest, Sukhava Bodhe and other festivals.
In 2012, Amy was selected to be part of the first cohort of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program in Chicago, where Warren Buffett was the graduation speaker. In 2013, Amy was selected to join the Inner City Capital Connections program (part of the Initiative for the Competitive Inner City). In 2014, Amy won an award at the Enterprising Women of the Year Conference in Sarasota, FL. Amy is on the Board of Directors of the Princeton Club of Chicago.
Alisa was a figure skater for over 10 years until a serious head injury put her life on hold. Several years into her recovery, she began to search for ways to rebuild her physical and mental health. She found Ashtanga yoga along the way and became a dedicated student to the practice. She enrolled in teacher training at first to increase her own knowledge of yoga. But the training helped her discover her passion as a teacher. She believes in the importance and power of yoga as she has personally experienced mental, physical, and spiritual growth as a result and hopes to help students along their personal journey. Alisa received her Yoga Alliance 200hr certification in 2015 and since has found pure joy from being a teacher. Even though her main practice is the Ashtanga yoga method under the Sri K. Pattabhi Jois lineage, she enjoys a variety of yoga and meditation methodologies.
Brenna Gordon O’Dea
Brenna was born and raised in Chicago and first discovered yoga during her freshman year at UW-Madison. She completed her 200 hour training with Amy at Yoga Now in 2020. Brenna aims to make yoga and breathwork feel approachable and accessible for all bodies and minds. Her teaching style is calming and caring. From deep neck stretches to deep chair pose holds, come to class ready to feel both relaxed and energized. Brenna is thankful for finding yoga and for her increased levels of self confidence and peace of mind she has developed over the past eight years practicing. She hopes to see your shining face in class one day soon and for you to leave your mat with your head held high and your shoulders at ease!
C-IAYT, E-RYT 500, Yoga of the Heart ® – Cardiac and Cancer Certified teacher, iRest® Level 1 Teacher and Yoga For Scoliosis Teacher Trainer.
Britta is a certified yoga therapist C-IAYT, an experienced yoga teacher E-RYT 500, Yoga of the Heart ® – Cardiac and Cancer Certified teacher, iRest® Level 1 Teacher and Yoga For Scoliosis Teacher Trainer.
Since discovering the various benefits of practicing yoga in her own life, Britta has not only deepened her own practice and studied continuously, but as a teacher she is passionate about helping people experience those benefits for themselves. Finding yoga while working in a high stress corporate management job, she immediately noticed the beneficial and transformational impact of the practice on her body and mind. Having been diagnosed with scoliosis as a teenager, she also noticed the importance of having skillful and well-trained teachers who can help develop a save practice for this condition. She is deeply grateful for having been able to study with amazing and experienced teachers from a variety of lineages since embarking on her journey as a yoga teacher giving her an extensive toolbox to draw from. This is reflected in her classes, where she emphasizes creating a safe space for every student, meeting them where they are in their personal yoga journey and guiding them safely to self-exploration and awareness of body, mind and breath and she is especially passionate about teaching yoga to all those who think they are too inflexible, exhausted, old, injured, ill or feel otherwise limited or excluded from the practice of yoga.
Languages: English, German
Dani came to yoga to heal and focus on her breathing after a lung surgery almost 2 years ago now. She had always practiced some yoga in a physical sense for years (“gym yoga”) but had never really given herself fully to the holistic spiritual practice. Yoga is a rich path, in which you gain a deep understanding of yourself – body, mind and soul. Dani believes in the power of coming to your mat everyday no matter the outcome. By trade she is a Nurse Practitioner and a Whole Food Plant Based Diet Nutritionist. In her spare time she likes to volunteer at a local urban farm and ride her bike. Having just finished her YTT-200 training here at Yoga Now under the instruction of Amy, she is a novice teacher, but committed to shaping classes where students feel accepted, guided, challenged and find some joy while working through different asanas, breathing exercises and meditations. She likes to find ways to bring back a sense of balance and equilibrium to the body and mind after living in our modern world.
Erin Michalowski is a 200 RYT Hatha and Vinyasa certified instructor who received her YTT under Amy Beth Treciokas at Yoga Now in 2019. Erin began ballet dancing when she was five years old, and continued dance in conjunction with pilates throughout college, until injuries required her to find a new outlet for the joy she finds in movement. Erin has been practicing yoga since 2009, and now seeks to create a classroom environment full of empathy, compassion, spiritual engagement, and fun with her students. She also holds a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management from SIT Graduate Institute (2014) and a Bachelor of Arts from Hope College (2010). Erin is passionate about sustainable development and social justice and is always looking to create wellness in the lives of others. She enjoys organic urban farming and cooking, creating holistic and non-toxic body products, and lives by the beach in Edgewater. Instagram: @yogierinmickel
Eva started down the path of yoga by accident in 2001, seeking a brief escape from the corporate world with a week-long spa experience. It happened to be ‘Ashtanga Yoga Week’ at the spa; by the end of the week, she had completed the primary series and was hooked on yoga. Since then, Eva has traveled extensively to seek out and to study with senior teachers both in and out of the Ashtanga system, with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and R. Sharath Jois US Tours, teacher training from David Swenson and Tim Miller and in-depth studies with Rolf & Marci Naujokat, Chuck Miller & Maty Ezraty and Tim Feldmann & Kino MacGregor. While her focus is Ashtanga yoga, she recognizes that each body is different, and works with each student based on their respective approach to their practice. Eva firmly believes the yoga practice is therapeutic and healing and transmits this accordingly. She is indebted to all her teachers for their guidance, support and endless patience.
Francelia Serrano Chavez
A native of Texas, Francelia discovered Yoga in 2007 as part of a cross-training exercise and ended up loving how Yoga strengthened her mentally and physically. In 2013, after many years of practice, Francelia received her 200-hour Soul Awakening Yoga Teacher Training certificate from Southtown Yoga Loft in San Antonio, Texas.
After finishing her teacher training, she moved to Oaxaca, Mexico where she practiced Yoga in Spanish, planting the seed to take this practice to her own community. Upon her return in 2016, she moved to Chicago and shortly thereafter found Yoga Now Chicago studio where she received an additional 500-hour Yoga Teacher Training certificate under Amy Beth Treciokas. She also teaches Restorative, Meditation, Yoga for Kids, and Bilingual Yoga. Francelia is a registered Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance.
Francelia’s classes provide a space where people of all shapes and abilities have the opportunity to discover the truth in transition and the sense of lightness they seek in their practice. All of Francelia’s students from beginners to advanced feel completely comfortable moving at their own pace and ability levels. In her class you will experience creative sequencing, playfulness, and spirituality. She helps students explore meditation by practicing breath work, body movement synchronized with breath and stillness.
Outside of the yoga studio, Francelia works as an accountant for a nonprofit organization in Chicago, IL. She also enjoys traveling and spending time with her dog Chicago
Ilana studied deeply with yoga, meditation and movement practices over the last ten years. She has spent the last 6 years teaching various forms of Asana, primarily Ashtanga, Hatha and Vinyasa, all over Chicago. Since 2018, she has sustained a daily practice and gratefully studied with my beloved teacher, Rich Gonshak. Her intention is to reveal the curiosity and compassion within so that we may continue our journey inward. Ultimately, no teacher is greater than the one within.
Jackie believes that introducing more people to the deeply healing benefits of yoga has the power to completely transform our world. In her classes, she combines creative sequencing with a focus on safe, sound alignment as well as meditation, pranayama and yoga philosophy for a practice lived both on and off the mat.
When Jackie took her first “offical” yoga class in 2019, she was nervous. She assumed you had to look a certain way or that you had to know everything about the poses. She thought yoga was only a workout- she had no idea how to do ujjayi breath or to align her body in down dog.
Yet, Jackie knew after that first class it was the beginning of her journey to becoming her most authentic self. For her, yoga is an integral part of an everlasting process toward self-acceptance and peace. She hopes to bring this authenticity and journey to each one of her classes. That is what she loves about a yoga class, it allows you to get into a place physically, mentally, or spiritually that one may have never been before. Jackie loves when students find something within themselves to empower them
When you take her class she wants you to be able to experience something new; whether it’s finding a new way to align the spine in a down dog or finding the ability to let go of unwanted stress. During your time together, you’re going to have some fun while also giving yourself some much needed time and attention. Jackie finds immense joy, satisfaction and inspiration in seeing students discover their own personal yoga journey and she hopes to guide and encourage you along the way.
As a dedicated practitioner and teacher, Jamie has a sincere reverence for the power of yoga. Her teaching style is marked by freedom in body and mind. She introduces students to a new relationship with their “edge” by inviting play. Compassion and attentiveness characterize her energy and it’s a privilege for her to hold space for what comes to light during the practice. Jamie’s hope is that through challenge, students leave class feeling clear and empowered. She facilitates that by focusing on strength, intelligence, and integrity.
Jennifer was first introduced to yoga in a 10th grade health class and quickly grew interested in the practice. It wasn’t until years later that she began to deepen her practice in order to better cope with stress. Inspired by the effects yoga had on her life, Jennifer wanted to share this practice with others. She completed her RYT 200 hr. training at Yoga Now Chicago under the tutelage of Amy Beth Treciokis. Jennifer also received her prenatal yoga teaching certification at Blooma in Minneapolis with Sarah Longacre and Stacy Seebart.
Jennifer seeks to provide a fun, playful and safe yoga practice for her students and hopes they can discover new and wonderful things about themselves in the process.
Julie began teaching yoga in 2003 after discovering the therapeutic effects of yoga during a difficult pregnancy and wanted to help others. A few years later she completed her 200 hour RYT certification at Yoga Now and was introduced to Ashtanga by her teacher Amy Beth Treciokas. She expresses her gratitude and love to Amy for allowing her to continue to learn and practice with her over the years. Julie has drawn much inspiration from her teachers Bill Shapleigh and Jessica Aiken who inspire her on a daily basis. She has been fortunate enough to practice with Sharath Jois and Eddie Stern and learns more about this beautiful practice every day. Julie strives to share the tradition of the practice and encourage the physical, mental and spiritual benefits of yoga in her classes.
Kana completed her 200-hour teacher training with Amy Beth Treciokas at Yoga Now in April 2021. She also completed a 95-hour Children’s Yoga Teacher training with a trauma-informed focus from Yoga Ed in October 2021. Whether she’s teaching children, teens, or adults, her class design centers on meeting the students where they are. She inspires to merge her Trauma-Informed Yoga training with her background in Hatha, Vinyasa, and Ashtanga Yoga practices, providing lots of variations for poses, and to draw mindfulness to one’s mind, body, and spirit.
Kana is a Japanese native, raising a Japanese Mexican family. She is also a homeschool teacher and a Japanese language instructor. With a BA in Art History and a Masters in Nonprofit Management, she has worked front-of-house and behind-the-scenes in art museums prior to switching careers to become an educator.
Kevin works at a nursery school and in his free time he loves to dance. He has been doing yoga for about 5 years and got his yoga teacher training in India back in 2019. Kevin was trained in Hatha Ashtanga and Vinyasa. He loved learning about the traditional style of yoga and was fascinated by its history. Since he has returned it has been his goal to bring the knowledge he acquired in India back home to the West.
Yoga became a part of Mary’s life as the result of running Marathons, doing Triathlon’s and teaching Spinning.
Someone suggested the stretching would help her recover better. The club she was teaching at needed a Yoga Instructor, so she got certified which allowed the club to offer Yoga. Then, Mary got certified in Pilates for the same reason. Both modalities helped relieve the stress of a high-powered job that required a lot of travel. And some of the similarities intrigued her. She continued to take workshops and trainings.
While traveling for work Mary was able to experience various styles of Yoga by seeking out studios to visit. She found it made her better at her job by pushing her comfort zone, expanding her self-acceptance, body awareness, as well as building compassion and communication with customers and co-workers.
As she has matured, Mary found that “Yoga for All of Us “is her goal. No expectations of the class, myself or participants. Creating a space where, regardless of experience, injury, illness, pain, etc each person can be themselves and do what is accessible to them, in that moment. And they can find that peace, safety and self-comparison we all desire.
One of Mary’s early teachers was at the YMCA New City (North and Clybourn – no longer there ) was Becky Love. Becky taught well into her 90’s and had a huge following. Becky honored her body as she added years to her life and was an inspiration to so many people. Mary feels that if she can spread even a little bit of the acceptance that Becky showed others in her practice, she will have done well.
MBA, Certified Advanced Rolfer, RYT-500
Matthew Berean integrates long experience with anatomical and cognitive techniques to benefit
his clients and students. His experience in athletics extends over twenty-five years as a
competitive rower and a coach. His study of cultural mental constructs began as a boy with an
intense interest in the myths of multiple cultures. He learned meditation as a teenager and has
been involved in the healing arts of structural bodywork and yoga for over a decade. He draws
on his personal experience and his training in assisting clients and students.
In addition to completing his basic and advanced Rolfing® Structural Integration training,
Matthew has deepened his knowledge through extensive training in Osteopathy-based Visceral,
Vascular, Neural, Cranial and Joint Capsule Manipulation with Jeffrey Burch; SourcePoint
Therapy energy medicine certification; a 500-hour yoga teacher-training certification through
Prajna Yoga with Tias and Surya Little; and a 300-hour certification course with Khenpo
Samdup Rinpoche on The Stages of Meditation.
Matthew has been fortunate to continue his study of Buddhist philosophy, traditional texts, and
practice, in both formal teachings and retreats, primarily under the tutelage of Drupon Ratna
Vajra (Rinchen Dorjee) Rinpoche, Garchen Rinpoche, and other highly accomplished Lamas
primarily from the Drikung Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism.
Matthew has accumulated more than 5,000 classroom hours studying the body, the mind, and the
relationship between the two. He uses all of this experience to help clients and students learn
how to fundamentally change the way that they relate to others, to themselves, to their bodies,
and to their world. He teaches Hatha yoga classes which focus on alignment, through the use of
props when needed, to help students feel the grounded space and ease possible in the pose.
Matthew also teaches Restorative yoga classes which draw heavily on slow subtle somatic
movements to help students how to slow down, drop in, and feel the subtle energetic body with
greater acuity. More information about Matthew and his practice can be found at
Maureen has been practicing Yoga for about ten years. She discovered Yoga while pursuing a career in Acting and Stage Combat, two other huge passions in her life. Sun Salutations and Asana quickly became an essential part of her process before rehearsals and performances. She found that Yoga not only warmed up her body and aligned her with her breath, but it also brought her a sense of calm and a strongly connected focus. All of these benefits have been integral in her career as a movement oriented performer. Soon, Maureen realized that Yoga brought that same sense of calm and connection into her ever-busy daily life as well, which is a wonderful blessing! She started developing her home practice, studying books on Yoga, and began taking more classes. This journey led her to discover Vinyasa and Ashtanga Yoga, which in turn brought her to completing her 200hr Yoga Teacher Training at Yoga Now Chicago with Amy Beth Treciokas, a long time student of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. Maureen is very grateful to be on this path! Yoga continues to teach her about connecting deeper to that peaceful inner soul space where love and acceptance live; about seeking truth and joy in the present moment no matter what judgments there may be; and about cultivating a fierce warrior spirit both on and off the mat. Maureen hopes to share this with her students. “Be Love. Be True. Be Warrior You.”
Molly grew up in Hot Springs, Arkansas, where she learned gymnastics, ballet, tap, jazz, clog dancing, basketball, swimming, volleyball, softball and track and field. Movement has been a consistent part of her life.
She was first introduced to yoga in the 8th grade. Her basketball coach had all of the team members take a class to decrease stress and anxiety before an upcoming tournament. Given her background in gymnastics and dance, yoga came naturally to Molly and she has loved it ever since.
Molly began practicing yoga on a regular basis in January 2016 in Little Rock, AR. She had recently returned home from Spain where she had lived for one year. Yoga allowed her to reground and stabilize after being away at college and living abroad.
In November 2017, she started her 200 hour teacher training with Sherri Youngblood’s Sage Yoga School, and graduated in April 2018.
Molly practices and teaches Vinyasa Yoga. She hopes you will enjoy her class and learn a little more about yourself through soul-enriching flows.
Shelly has been practicing yoga since 1998. After experimenting with different
types of yoga—Vinyasa, Bikram, Dharma Mittra, Anusara, and Forrest—she
focused her practice on Ashtanga because she enjoys the challenging physical
poses and mental aspect of the Mysore practice. Shelly completed her RYT-200
at Yoga Now with Amy Beth Treciokas in 2011 and has had a consistent Mysore
practice for the past 12 years with her teacher Todd Boman. Shelly has had the
honor of practicing with master teachers such as David Williams, Kino
MacGregor, Eddie Stern, Harmony Slater, and Sharath Jois. She loves the
tradition of the Ashtanga practice and appreciates how much it can be modified
to accommodate all levels and ages.
Sofia received her 200 RYT training in Vinyasa at College of Lake County. She started her journey during the pandemic and is beyond grateful that she filled her days during isolation by practicing and learning about yoga philosophy.
Sofia has been a student for over 12 years of her life, but only started her quest on becoming a teacher 2 years ago. She fell in love with the magic of yoga and hopes to share it with you. Sofia has been an athlete her whole life, she is excited to work with other athletes to promote recovery and enhance performance.
Sofia is originally from the suburbs of Chicago, and is now living in River North. She hopes to send you away from the chaos of the city during her practice and join her in a moment of relaxation.
She is honored to be a part of the Yoga Now team and to share her practice with you.
Outside of teaching Vinyasa, Sofia loves to skateboard, dancing, travel to music festivals, camping, and painting.
RYT-500 / Reiki Master
Tiffany began her exploration of Yoga in 2009 as part of a health and wellness challenge at work, and instantly fell in love. She now sees her yoga practice as an essential part of her daily life, as it has aided in both a physical and emotional transformation.
After experiencing all the positive changes in her body, mind, and spirit, she decided to take the next step. This led her to Yoga Now Chicago where she completed her RYT-200H with Amy Beth Treciokas. As her passion for teaching continued to grow, she decided to work toward her advanced teaching certification and completed her RYT-500H with Inner Peace Yoga Therapy based in Durango, CO. Her slow flow classes are therapeutic, inspiring, and accessible to all levels. She encourages students to find their own comfort and inner strength as they grow in their practice to embody their full potential.
Meditation has been one of the most transformative parts of her daily yoga and mindfulness practice. She is passionate about sharing her theme and ceremonial focused meditation workshops and sound baths with students. These workshops express her experience and knowledge gained through yoga therapy, Ayurveda, self study, as well as experiences traveling and studying mindfulness abroad.
As a certified Karuna Reiki Master/Teacher, Tiffany is committed to helping others through this healing energy. Reiki has been an amazing life changing experience that she is thrilled to share with those looking for alternative and complementary therapies to enhance their own health and emotional well-being.
In 2019 Tiffany begane her exploration of the ancient medicinal science of Ayurveda, a sister science of Yoga, and completed her 2000 hour Ayurvedic Practitioner certification with Ananda Ayurveda Academy in December 2021. This knowledge has reshaped her own practice as it has laid the foundation for, and connected all of the holistic modalities she currently works with and offers others. She is beyond thrilled to share this ancient knowledge with her students and clients in group classes, and in private therapeutic settings. This foundational component has strongly influenced her teachings so that she is able to connect with each student individually and offer them the space in which they can find their own unique balance and approach to holistic health.
In her free time, you will likely find her traveling, cooking, or enjoying the outdoors with friends and family. For more info check out her website: www.
Todd Boman starting practicing yoga regularly in 2000. Shortly after he discovered Ashtanga yoga and began a daily practice.
In 2004, he traveled to Mysore, India, the home of Ashtanga Yoga and practiced at the KPJAYI with Sri K Pattabhi Jois and his teacher Pramagura Sharath Jois.
After annual studies in 2008, Todd received the blessing from Paramaguru Sharath Jois’s to teach the traditional Mysore style Yoga in Chicago.
Todd has had the privilege of assisting Sharathji’s in Mysore. His direct experience with his teacher has grounded and established him firmly as a yoga teacher.
Todd received his Level 2 Authorization which allows’s him to teach the Primary and Intermediate Series.
Todd is honored to share his experience of Ashtanga Yoga with Chicago, contributing to what is a happier and healthier community.
Tomoko Horikawa Morganelli
yogini, dancer, healer and performer
Originally from Tokyo, Japan, Tomoko would eventually move to New York City to fulfill a dream of dancing and take the training program at several schools. Inspired as a young girl by Broadway musicals, she would study dance, movement, and voice and perform professionally with a theater troupe. She soon joined aerial dance and performed off Broadway with “Fly By Night” and “Aloft” later in Chicago.
Tomoko has pursued her love of Yoga for more than twenty five years. She became certified as a teacher, taking training from 2002-2003 for 200 hours in NY. She has taught yoga across Japan, Chicago and the Midwest, the New York metro area, and as far away as London, England. She has also taught yoga teacher training in Japan and for ten years taught both Yoga and dance to the deaf both in Japan and America.
Tomoko has also studied Oriental medicine and healing from a Japanese teacher and mentor and became certified in Makko Ho, a Japanese stretching art, and bodywork. She has continued teaching Makko Ho for more than twenty five years.
Tomoko loves to challenge herself and discover her potential. She encourages students to dive into their own inner journey with joy and discover something new about themselves through yoga practice.
Zuzanna began practicing yoga when a series of events forced her to seek new ways of
channeling her somewhat chaotic energy. Remembering that a Yoga class she got a chance to
attend once has made her feel better, she decided to search for a yoga studio in her
neighborhood… and that’s how she found Yoga Now, a secret haven in the heart of Chicago
and her life was simply never the same again; The serenity of the place, knowledge of the yoga
teachers, and an incredible feeling of peace after each practice, inspired her to dive deeper into
the yoga philosophy. In October of 2022, she went on completing the 200 hours of Teacher
Training in the sacred valley of Peru. Appreciating yoga for the impact it has on her mental
health Zuzanna loves to share the practice with others looking to find a peace of mind. Her
classes are usually slower in pace, with attempt on cultivating a meditative state through
surrender to each pose and the use of breath. Another thing Zuzanna has a lot of respect for is
the immense power of music. Realizing that music can heal people she likes to incorporate it
into her classes. If you decide to attend you can be sure to hear some sounds that will
hopefully leave you feeling gently uplifted in the beginning, and completely relaxed at the end,
helping you settle into your Savasana.