Yoga Nidra/Relaxation

​Mary Bruce is an internationally beloved yoga teacher and educator who creates sacred space and presence for her students. Mary is a torch bearer. A beacon of light. A rare guide that is breaking the mold of the modern climate of yoga. Her teachings light us up and help us manifest our deepest desires.

Luke Ketterhagen graduated magna cum laude from Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI with a degree in Biomedical Sciences. He then moved to the Himalayan International Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy to study under the guidance of Pandit Rajmani Tigunait where he would spend over 7 years in residence.

Empowered. A word I live by. All of us have the ability to overcome things in our lives. Defining moments in our "story" give us a choice, the courage to either become our truth, or live in a lie.

Claudia Carballal is a certified registered yoga teacher (RYT500) since 2013 through Yoga Alliance with formal training on prevention issues, life skills, self-development, mindfulness, and more recently psychotherapy and counseling. 

A graduate student of mindfulness-cognitive therapy and multicultural clients, she is the founder of InnerWellbeing, a personal development company that combines the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of Asian yogic techniques and mindfulness practices used in traditional healing and contemporary psychology. She offers personal development workshops, life coaching sessions, wellness consultations, yoga classes, mindfulness and meditation classes, and life skills workshops for teens and adults.

Over the course of seven years, she has deepened her yoga and meditation practice exploring Hatha yoga under international yoga instructor Chidanandi Sheri Cherokee; Tibetan yoga and meditation with senior teacher Luis Vilela at Tashi Delek Yoga Center in Spain; Hatha yoga and meditation under Spiritual Master Dr. Acharya Shree Yogeesh founder of Siddhayatan Spiritual Retreat; Vipassana meditation with Amber Bemak; and Buddhist meditation with resident teachers Gen Kelsang Menla and Gen-la Kelsang Jampa at Kadampa Meditation Center. 


A mechanical engineer by degree and a yoga and mindfulness teacher by passion. Her mindfulness practice has helped her succeed at a Fortune 500 tech company, overcome mental illness, and ultimately connect more deeply with those around her. An avid learner, Dorsey routinely grows her practice and her teaching by participating in yoga workshops, silent meditation retreats, and conferences like Wisdom 2.0 in San Francisco. Her mission is to inspire women worldwide to embrace self-care and self-love.

Natalya Dubrovina was born in Russia and immigrated to the United States in 2008. She had been practicing yoga for 7 years, before becoming RYT-200, and started teaching yoga. Natalya has a choreographic and athletic background, including 10 years in a ballet school and 10 years in professional sport (sport aerobic), including 5 years as an athlete and 5 years as a coach for community college team.

Psychotherapist and yoga teacher Thom Allen has been sharing his passion for wellness for more than 25 years. Students enjoy his unique style that is mentally stimulating, physically exhilarating and spiritually inspiring. With experience ranging from restorative therapeutics and meditation to an empowered yoga flow, Thom works with a variety of populations, from corporate executives and professional athletes to those with terminal illnesses and their caregivers.

Mary Sue is a yoga teacher in Dallas, Texas. She discovered yoga in mid-life and understands what it is like to be a beginner.

With a Master’s degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from SMU, a 200-hour and 500-hour registered teacher certification from Priya Yoga, and a HeavyWeight Yoga certification, Mary Sue works with new or returning students, students with physical limitations, overweight students, and even experienced yoga practitioners.

Jordan’s yoga practice has allowed her to heal a number of emotional wounds that were affecting her everyday life. Years of dealing with ADHD symptoms, anxiety, and self-doubt have slowly melted away as she has spent more time on her mat, with her teachers, learning how to serve herself and others with this practice.