Shawn Brow CRNA, MAE, E-RYT 500 ,C-IAYT
Shawn holdsa Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and Masters in Clinical & Anesthesia Education (1988) She has practiced as a CRNA for 33 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. In 2011-2020, she led renovations of the historic building in the South Perry district referred to as "the Buddhio". She is currently concluding assisting a 9 month renovation of a historic warehouse in the Sprague Union District, called "the CLUTCH". (OPENING JULY 31)
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. Her years at White Lotus have supported a philosophy which views yoga as an evolving process of experiential self-inquiry and life long learning.
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 April 2017 with the International Association of Yoga Therapists (C-IAYT). She is a currentl student in Richard Miller's i-Rest Level I training.
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 Yoga Therapy 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, i-Rest (training in progress)
Enjoy this sample Yoga Mix class with Shawn:
VIMEO Link: https://vimeo.com/553456865
When will you begin that long journey into yourself? ~Rumi
A beautiful experience with an articulate, graceful, experienced instructor. I would highly recommend South Perry Yoga to anyone looking for an excellent yoga experience!
Mindi Sheer, CLMA, RSMT
Mindi Sheer is a somatic movement educator, ecologist, and former competitive latin dancer who recently settled in Spokane. Her diverse perspective of movement includes a deep curiosity and appreciation for Authentic Movement, musicality and self-expression. Her artistic passion is to help forge a bridge between art and science and create pathways of healing for the lived body through the art of dance.
As an ecologist, she studies aquatic ecosystems and understands complex systems, including body, mind, psyche and our relationship with nature. Mindi has a degree in Biology and a Masters in Geosciences and is a registered Somatic Movement Educator and Therapist (RSME/T) through the International Somatic Movement Education and Therapy Association (ISMETA). She began teaching in 2012 and somatic movement coaching in 2018.
Science culture oriented Mindi towards the much-needed expressivity and physical discipline of dance where she discovered her passion for the theatricality and sensuality of Latin music, dance and performance. Her dance background includes Afro-Cuban forms, jazz, modern, salsa, flamenco, swing and an extensive focus in technical and social Latin and ballroom dances. She is a 3-time National USA DanceSport Champion in International Latin Ballroom. The kinesthetic and healing aspects of partnerships led to her study of somatics and movement analysis. Mindi has a certification in Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analysis (CLMA) (2018) from Integrated Movement Studies (University of Utah) which included study at the Laban Institute of Movement Studies in Brooklyn. She continues to train in embodied coaching practices, Body-Mind Centering, and the Kestenberg Movement Profile and uses them in her personal movement practice and work with clients.
Mindi will be offering a variety of classes at the Clutch, beginning with Latin Fusion, and hopes to develop a small community Movement Lab for thoughtful exploration of somatic approaches and community-derived movement. She is available for somatic movement sessions, private dance lessons, couples communication through movement, and wedding dance lessons.
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movement & community
I appreciate the reminder of how much benefit we can have with slow movement, and the value of moving lowly and measured. Also, I appreciate the reminder tha yoga can be practiced any wher, anytime. Props and opportunities are all around if we take the time to look!
Dance & Somatic Movement Therapy
LOVE the slow and thorough warm-ups!
breathing balance into life
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I have been doing yoga with Shawn for 12 years and it has changed both my body and my mind. Yoga is now an essential part of who I am and I have Shawn's excellent teaching to thank for this.
Yoga Therapy and Group Yoga Classes
I love Nina's teaching style! Both the pace, which starts slow and gradually intensifies, and her careful attention to minute muscle movements, alignments and postures.
Edith Orozco, RYT 200
Edith is a tiny firecracker whose classes are playful, inclusive, wholehearted and always looking to empower her fellow students. She enjoys walking, watching cooking shows and planning hikes with her husband. Her love for yoga is deeply rooted in the fact that it allows her to be of service to others. Yoga has been an important part of her life for over 6 years, as her practice has allowed her to grow stronger, face her fears and be more flexible, both on and off the mat.
She completed a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training with Kula Studio in Toronto, Canada. Aware that those who practice yoga will will always be students she is constantly looking for opportunities to learn from other people from different backgrounds to be able to incorporate their teachings into her yoga practice.
In her guided practice she strives to combine breathing, creative sequencing, and extensive use of props, with a little bit of humor to help her students deepen their practice. Her ultimate goal is to enable students to accept who and to love themselves exactly as they are, to encourage their curiosity, and aid them to deepen their confidence on themselves. Edith invites you to begin your yoga journey, with her SAT and SUN weekend FLOW!
Niki Tschirgi, RYT200 (in progress) Trauma Informed Yoga
Welcome to Anchored Heart Kids Yoga, LLC! I am delighted you are here. I am a stay-at-home mom in Spokane, Washington. My husband Matt and I have adopted six kids from foster care. I am trained as a kid’s yoga instructor by The Little Yoga House out of Austin, Texas. After training, I taught at a local kids yoga studio, working with babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary aged children. My most recent training was in trauma-sensitive yoga by GreenTree Yoga out of Salt Lake City, Utah, where I am in process of completing their certification course. After this training I knew what I was supposed to do: bring trauma-sensitive yoga to kids. My new mission was, “have mats, will travel.” Prior to the pandemic, I brought yoga into the schools, breaking down the barriers of transportation and location. I worked directly in the classrooms and taught after school programs. From my work in the schools I saw firsthand yoga can be a powerful tool in a child’s tool box to help regulate emotion, grow in body awareness, and build community. What children learn in yoga, they carry with them for the rest of their lives. Yoga is healing. Yoga is connection. Yoga is fun.
Rachael Rossbach, RYT 200
Rachael Rossbach is a lifelong movement artist and teacher, with a background in dance and martial arts. She began to explore yoga in her early twenties as an alternative to the heavy impact training that she had been practicing for many years. Although a casual practitioner at first, yoga soon became a daily part of her life. Breathwork and meditation becoming pivotal transformative tools in her growth as a person and teacher, lead her to pursue an RYT 200 hour training in the Fall of 2018. She completed her training in June of 2018 at Harmony Yoga with Allison Rubin, and has spent the past year continuing her training through various workshops and classes.
Rachael brings a deep knowledge of alignment, injury prevention, and strength training to her classes. She believes yoga is an accessible practice for every body, and teaches a variety of styles to suit individual needs, including: Vinyasa, Restorative with Sound Bath, and Prenatal Yoga.