Tim Wichland BS, RYT 500
Tim discovered yoga as a college course in Missoula in 1999. Over the next several years, yoga was the TLC Tim's body needed as an organic farmer in New Hampshire. The practice of yoga has been a growing thread in his life since college. In 2010 Tim began to deepen his practice and pursue training as a yoga instructor, completing his 200hr RYT in 2011.
While his experience has explored many Hatha yoga styles including Iyengar, Kripalu, Vinyasa, Kundalini, and Power Yoga, it is the heart centered philosophy and Principles of Alignment within the Anusara style, of which he is most fond. Having completed several Anusara Immersions 1-3, Level I Teacher's training, and teacher assisting in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Tim has worked with a number of of talented senior teachers and scholars including Anusara founder, John Friend, and has completed an advanced yoga studies with Karen Sprute-Francovitch in Coeur d' Alene.
A strong belief that Hatha Yoga practice is open to all, Tim enjoys helping students cultivate a positive relationship with their bodies and hearts. Breath centered, alignment based, and heartfelt themes are strong foundations to his teachings.
Beth McGibbon BA, E-RYT 500 Community Liaison
Beth teaches yoga to facilitate a deeper connection between body, mind and Self. She joyfully shares her love for yoga, learning, and opening to grace with her students.
A dedicated teacher and student of Yoga, Beth has practiced and studied alignment based yoga for over 16 years, completing over 500 hours of studies with Karen Sprute-Francovich in Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. She currently studies Integrative Restorative Yoga (i-Rest) with founder Richard Miller and is a Level II i-Rest in Training instructor. She lives in the charming South Perry neighborhood with her husband and four cats.
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Landie Chappell BA, RYT 200
Landie holds a BA in Finance from EWU. As a Mortgage Loan Officer in Spokane for 22 years, she has helped many people realize their dream of homeownership. Looking for a creative, yet calming outlet, she found her passion for yoga. In 2015 Landie completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training at Harmony Yoga, and is registered with Yoga Alliance. Through her yoga practice she continues to delve deeper into asana as well as the philosophy of yoga.
Landie enjoys sharing her passion through teaching at studios, non-profit organizations and one on one sessions. Her style of teaching incorporates a mix of strengthening asana, breath awareness and yogic philosophy, thus creating a moving meditation to access the breath-body-spirit connection. Landie enjoys teaching a rotation of Community Flow classes and a weekly Tue evening Newbies Session.
Jutta Henrici MA, Breathwork practicioner, LMP, RYT 200
Jutta received her education as a breath work practitioner from 1994 to 1996 at the Ilse Middendorf Institute for the Experience of the Breath in Berlin, Germany under the direct guidance of Professor Ilse Middendorf. She has worked in private practice and a variety of holistic care settings with a focus on children diagnosed with asthma and allergies. As a nationally certified and state-licensed massage practitioner (2006), she continues to take extensive training in Myofascial Release and Craniosacral Therapy. She completed her yoga instructor's training at Harmony Yoga in 2013, in Spokane, and is registered as an RYT200 with Yoga Alliance.
Jutta focuses on the interaction of the different systems of muscles and their surrounding fascia to create full body awareness. Her gentle, therapeutic, meditative and foremost breath-centered approach aims to improve the activity of the central nervous system and to eliminate the adverse effects of stress strengthening resistance to disease and enhancing overall health.
Tino Jimenez BA, RYT 200
TIno holds a BA in Music/Drama with Ed core from EWU. He has been called a renaissance dude , a tribute to the wide variety of careers in his life as Chef, teacher, hospice chaplain, janitor, EMT, actor, opera singer, composer, and playwright. His encore career this past 16 years has been as a fitness instructor in the Spokane area, specializing in Senior Fitness. His teaching base is broad including seated yoga, strength, aerobic, personal training, silver seekers, SAIL & Tai Chi/QiGong programs at the YMCA and Spokane Community College Act 2 programs.
Tino has received a brown belt in Okinawan Goju Ryu Karate, Reiki Master Level, is Certified in Meridian Massage approach, and author of the book Tai Chi Seascapes™ which is an innovative approach to Traditional Tai Chi which will be offered at the Buddhio on Thursday mornings.
Tino has a passion for teaching movement which integrates mind, body and spirit, and sharing these gifts with those
wishing to journey with mindfulness, strength, flexibility, vitality and calmness into their golden years. He has been married for 44 years has 2 daughters & 3 grandchildren and plans to travel on into his own golden years with mindfulness, calmness and compassion embracing the gift of life and all that it has to offer.
Kathryn Hapke-MinerBS, E-RYT 200
Kathryn has been teaching and practicing Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow styles of yoga for over 20 years in California, Oregon and Washington. Her initial training was through Yoga Works in Los Angeles, and advanced trainings with Peter Sterios of San Luis Obisbo, Ca. Since, she has studied throughout the US and abroad in Mysore, India with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois.
Kathryn's teaching style cultivates strength and an ongoing exploration of challenging asana. She invites you to learn the art of Vinyasa Flow with her, Sunday mornings at our $5 Community Flow class.
(Refer to class schedule for teacher rotation on Wed/Sun $5 Flow)
Linda Kozora PT
Linda has been practicing physical therapy in Spokane since 1985. She is a nontraditional provider that has spent the last 30 years learning what works rather than focusing on what mainstream physical therapy is doing. For the past 10 years her practice has been devoted to specialized manual therapies including craniosacral therapy, visceral manipulation, structural work, and external pelvic floor therapy. She routinely gets results for the most complex patients that traditional physical therapy has failed.
breathing balance into life
Jessica Sleight LAc, M.OM, Dipl. Ac
Ten years ago, Jessica discovered Acupuncture as a patient. This experience proved not only to influence her life, but also her career path! In 2008 she studied Acupuncture at Maryland University of of Integrative Health (formerly Tai Sophia Institute). In 2010 she furthered her studies in Sports Medicine and Acupuncture at Boulder, Colorado. Jessica has additional training in the therapeutic use of Chinese herbs. Her practice includes treating a wide spectrum of body disorders. Some of her specialties are pain, sports injury, digestive issues, migraines, and emotional imbalances.
Having grown up in Spokane, Jessica is excited to be back after over 20 years away. She looks forward to sharing her love of Acupuncture and herbs, helping each individual maintain a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
Joseph is an award-winning author and energy healer from Spokane. From 2002-11, he worked with the alternative health care program Peace Health Cancer at St. Joseph Hospital in Bellingham, Wa. During these years his work with cancer patients, helped transitioned his skills as a certified Hypnotherapist toward energetic healing. This evolution was triggered by powerful experiences that came in attending courses at Oneness University in Fiji and Southeast India 2008-9. Since 1991 Joseph has conducted over 2,000 private healing sessions. His guided meditations focus on helping people open to the experience of the universal energy, or vibration, which exists in all of us. Josephs offers special monthly Sunday evening meditations.
Shawn Brow CRNA, MAE, C-IAYT Founding Director
Shawn holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Masters in Clinical & Anesthesia Education (1988) She has practiced as a CRNA for 28 years, and currently maintains a private anesthesia practice specializing in Podiatrics. With an inquisitive mind rooted equally in science and movement, Shawn discovered yoga to be a perfect amalgam of these two worlds. In January 2002 she began exploring yoga under the artful guidance of Alison Rubin, a greatly admired and gifted teacher. After completing her 200hr Yoga Alliance registration in Dec 2005, she continued to teach privately and as a substitute instructor, co-founding South Perry Yoga in 2006.
Shawn completed her 300 hr advanced yoga training from 2008-2014 at the White Lotus Foundation in Santa Barbara, California, where she received her 500 hr RYT. Her studies there with Yoga Acharya's Ganga White and Tracey Rich, provided an eclectic tapestry of yoga tools and modalities including asana, pranayama, and meditation. Shawn completed Yoga Therapeutics Levels I & II with Cheri Clampett and Arturo Peal, and Thai Yoga Therapy with Phoebe Diftler. She received a Thai Yoga Therapy Provider certificate in Feb 2016, and completed credentialing as a certified yoga therapist this spring with the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). Her years at White Lotus have supported a philosophy which views yoga as an evolving process of experiential self-inquiry and life long learning.
Balanced within the worlds of art and science, her teachings reflect the paradox between the body’s structural bio-mechanics, and the subtleties of intuitive grace and creativity. Shawn offers private and group Yoga Therapeutic* instruction, workshops, and group classes including Yoga Newbies and Vinyasa Flow. Her teaching style supports a mindful alignment-focused practice which cultivates balance, awareness and equanimity.
Private Yoga Therapy/Thai Yoga Therapy appointments:
Brietta Leader, Soul MotionTM Dance Instructor
Brietta Leader is a teacher of dance in its many forms of healing, prayer, play, performance and conditioning. She grew up as a dancer and discovered her path as a healing artist 15 years ago while traveling in Asia. Brietta's devotion and love for the dance has been opened through the Soul Motion™ and Nia Technique traditions, the Shamanic Practices of the Peruvian Inca, training in massage and yoga, and by offering weekly classes and workshops to her community.
Brietta offers the dance floor as a safe container for self-discovery, inner reflection and wild expressions, offering tools for self-healing through movement. Please join her at any Soul Motion™ offering at the Buddhio, or travel to Sandpoint and discover her own dance form called WildCore.
Sandy Nolting BS, PT, E-RYT 200 Co-Founder/Assistant Director
Sandy is a licensed Physical Therapist, bringing over 22 years of experience to her teachings. She began studying in January 2003 with Alison Rubin at Harmony Yoga, Inspired to share the benefits of yoga with others, she advanced her studies with many wonderful instructors to begin teaching in 2006. Sandy is part of the adjunctive faculty at Harmony's teacher training program, where she also completed her RYT 200 in 2012, and is registered with Yoga Alliance.
Sandy instructs 'newcomers' in Yoga Newbies, a class designed for those beginning to explore yoga, and Before Newbies, for those who arrive to their mats needing careful guidance with their specific health needs in mind. She also offers private instruction which targets site specific anatomy and how to successfully work with various limitations. Her private Yoga Therapeutic* sessions, are a wonderful way to gain insight into adapting yoga to meet your specific body challenges.
(*non-Yoga Alliance affiliated)
When will you begin that long journey into yourself? ~Rumi
Jennifer Morgan MSW
Jennifer is an educator and social worker with 25 years of experience in the Spokane area. She became a student of meditation twelve years ago when seeking to live a balanced and healthy life. Her daily contemplative practice is supported through the kind and compassionate teachings of Dori Langevin, her meditation teacher, and Quan Yin Lynne Williams, her Sufi teacher.
Jennifer completed certification in mindfulness instruction through the Mindful Education Institute in 2013 with teachers Jack Kornfield, Daniel Rechtschaffen, Linda Lantieri, and others. She has offered classes in Mindful Parenting for the past two years, and enjoys practicing mindfulness with children and their caregivers in fun and creative ways.
Jennifer sees meditation as a way to cultivate our natural capacity to attend to our body, mind and heart with kindness and truth, freeing us to live from our most sincere intentions.
Glen Garcia CPCC
My first encounter with Eastern philosophy was in 1994. It was also my first experience of resonance, where I felt like I was remembering rather than simply learning the material. A part of me was awakened that I didn’t even knew existed to that point. The path I was following no longer held appeal and I left college to travel. In addition to living in and visiting many different places throughout the US, Hawaii, Mexico, and Central America for the next twelve years, I was introduced to Tai Chi in 1998 and yoga in 2000. A few years later, I completed the 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training and became a Pranassage Practitioner through the Nosara Yoga Institute in Costa Rica. I taught yoga and facilitated movement experiences throughout the US and Central America and was also attuned to the Reiki Master level. That and various other trainings took place at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY, among many other communities, learning and retreat centers I visited and lived in throughout my travels.
In 2008, I earned a degree from Naropa University in Contemplative Psychology, which is a blend of Western Psychology (emphasis on Somatic Psychology) with Eastern Philosophy and practices. Following graduation, I completed a 1 ½ year course of study with the Coaches Training Institute and became a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach. Coaching, teaching and facilitating groups fulfills a strong passion of mine, being of service to others. Supporting and empowering my client/student co-creators to learn, grow, and find a deep sense of fulfillment in their lives is a great pleasure and a blessing for which I am tremendously grateful!