ANOCHA GHOSHACHANDRA: As a KRI Certified Instructor of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan® Anocha’s goals are to serve and uplift others and carry the legacy of Kundalini Yoga into the coming Aquarian Age and to encourage us all to be Healthy, Happy and Holy through the experience of the practice. Her passion extends into White Tantric Yoga as well as expansive, transformative workshops and continuing education being offered around the country and around the world. Read her full bio.
CLASSES: Kundalini Yoga, Saturdays 10:30 – 12:00 pm
CLASS FEES: Single class fee – $15
CONTACT: Phone (775) 322-5690, email: email@example.com
BOB FULKERSON: Is a registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance at the 200 hour training level. He has practiced yoga since 1982 and in 2002 attended a month-long Yoga teacher training at Ananda in Nevada City, CA. At Bob’s introductory Yoga classes you will focus on improving breathing and lung capacity, muscle flexibility, balance and relaxation. All abilities and bodies welcome. Click here to see more about Bob and Yoga for Stress Relief. Read more about Bob.
CLASSES: Yoga For Stress Relief, Mondays 5:00 – 6:00 pm
CLASS FEES: Single class fee – $10; $48 for a six week series
CONTACT: NVProgress@yahoo.org; Phone/text (775) 843-2218
BRAD MEYER began studying martial arts over 20 years ago and within the first few years was introduced to the healing and meditative arts of Tai Chi, Bagua and Qigong. After spending a few years working full time on a computer and experiencing the stress and tension related to that work his focus began to shift to how to use these arts to help reduce stress and heal the body. In 2017 he attended Dragon & Tiger Qigong instructor training and was certified to teach this qigong system. Read full bio.
Tai Chi for Better Balance, Mondays/Thursdays, 9:15 – 10:15 am
Dragon & Tiger Qi Gong, Mondays/Thursdays, 9:15 – 10:15 am (beginning July 15, free intro on July 1)
CLASS FEES: 4 weeks for $75, $15 drop in
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (775) 379-8815
CAREES GONZALEZ Carees DeLaVega developed an interest in teaching yoga to kids after completing Angie Fraley’s 200-Hour “Om2yoga” teacher training in 2015. At that point Carees had been working with kids professionally for almost 7 years. In 2016 she enrolled in the Yoga for the Special Child (YSC) teacher training and has since graduated from the 95-hour Basic One and Basic Two programs. She plans to continue onward with more education within the YSC program. She has many students—some special needs, some “typical developing” all near and dear to her heart. Teaching children has been an aspiration of hers since she was a young girl and she is grateful to be stepping into the role as a teacher within such a well-founded program. Read her full bio.
CLASSES: Yoga for the Special Child,
Family Yoga, 5:00 – 5:45 pm on the first Saturday of every month.
CLASS FEES: YSC: $10 drop-in; Family Yoga: By donation.
CONTACT: Phone/Text: (775) 357-2935
DIANE DUNN: has been practicing yoga since 1980, but really paying attention since 2014 when she had a left knee replacement due to arthritis. She has learned to focus and develop her practice to keep her left knee operating as well as possible and to maintain her right knee. She has studied with Angela Sullivan (original founder of The Yoga Center) since 1998 and Tammie Bigley, MSPT, at Ascent Physical Therapy since 2014. She has completed the Yoga for the Special Child® Basic 1, a comprehensive program of yoga techniques designed to increase motor skills, strength, balance, coordination and focus for those with special needs. Diane has taken her specialty Yoga for Arthritis training with Dr. Stephanie Moonaz, founder of Yoga for Arthritis.
HEATHER KEENAN: Yoga has been a passion of Heather’s for the past 12 years. After completing her RYT-200 through YogaFit, she attended a training for Yoga for PTSD, and realized the potential that trauma-sensitive yoga has to be a tool in healing, while also seeing the lack of knowledge about and accessibility to it. She went on to complete the YogaFit for Warriors program, which is specifically trauma-sensitive yoga, and now is trying to bring awareness of it to the community she loves and grew up in. She currently teaches at-risk youth in the community with Urban Lotus Project, and is hoping to bring this model to adults in the community as well. When not teaching yoga, Heather helps with the family’s real estate business and loves to spend time with her husband and 2 children, doing anything outdoors.
CLASSES: Ladies’ Breathe and Flow Series: Tuesdays, 12:30 – 1:30 pm beginning 10/15; First Responder Flow: Thursdays, 12:30 – 1:30 pm beginning 10/17
CLASS FEES: $60 for 6 classes or $15/drop-in
CONTACT: email email@example.com.
JACKIE GALLAGHER, RYT200, MFT has been practicing yoga since 1998 and received her RYT in 2004, having completed Kim Orenstein’s 200-hour yoga teacher training and advanced studies course. She teaches Level 1 Hatha yoga with a nod to mindfulness, breath, and humor. She creates a welcoming and safe space for students to explore their journey inward. Read more about Jackie.
CLASSES: Mindfulness Flow Yoga: Tuesdays 4:00-5:15 pm (This class is moving to Wednesdays, 6:00 – 7:15 am starting July 10)
CLASS FEES: Drop-in $16, 5-class package $70 (must be used within 90 days) 10 class package $130 (must be used within 90 days)
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org, 775-772-3263
JULIA BLEDSOE Julia Bledsoe discovered yoga’s transformative benefits at age 17. Yoga remained a constant but quiet presence until life’s inevitable stresses, aches, and pains led her back to the mat in 2005 in search of relief and balance. It proved, once again, to be a transformative and stabilizing practice. Julia embarked on a 200 hour teacher training in 2014 with We Are One Flow, Reno. This training ignited Julia’s interest in yoga therapy. Her exploration and study of yoga therapy and stress management began in 2015 with Yoga Tree, SF and continues 4 years and 700 hours later with the Stress Management Center of Marin where she is studying yoga therapy under the expert guidance of Robin Gueth, Mirka Kraftsow, Kaya Mindlin, Simone de Winter, Lynn Weinberger, Harvey Deutch, and others. Julia’s mindful gentle approach to yoga is accessible for everybody. Read full bio.
CLASSES: Mindful Care Yoga, Tuesdays, 5:45 to 7 pm.
CLASS FEES: $15 drop-in, class series available: visit www.mindfulcareyoga.com for more info.
CONTACT: Phone/Text: (775) 848-4368; email@example.com
KATIE LOUVAT, RYT500, YACEP is the owner/director of The Yoga Center Reno and has been teaching yoga for more than 15 years. Her classes reflect her gentle nature, her fascination with anatomy and alignment, and her dedication to a path of mindfulness. Katie’s carefully sequenced classes fluctuate between movement, stillness, breath work and guided introspection. With warmth and attentiveness, Katie nurtures her students, bringing them to a deeper understanding of their bodies and an intimate, compassionate relationship with their inner selves. Her classes are appropriate for people of all ages, abilities, and bodies. Read full bio.
Gentle Morning Yoga: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:30 – 7:45 am
Beginning/Intermediate Yoga: Wednesdays, 9:00 – 10:15 am; Wednesdays, 5:30 – 7 pm; Fridays, 9:00 – 10:15 am; Saturdays, 7:00 – 8:30 am
CLASS FEES: $16 drop-in, 5 classes for $70 (must be used in 90 days), 10 classes for $130 (must be used in 90 days)
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org, 775-813-3524
KATHY RANDOLPH, C-IAYT: Kathy is a Certified Yoga Therapist who teaches Yoga for the Special Child®, a comprehensive program of yoga techniques designed to enhance the natural development of children with special needs. In addition to classes for children and adults at The Yoga Center and throughout Northern Nevada and California, Kathy offers the Yoga for the Special Child® Basic 1 Teacher Training and Continuing Education Program on Arthritis and Scleroderma. Read more.
Raja Yoga (Donation-based Class), Fridays, 6:30 – 7:45 am *
Yoga for Scleroderma (Free): Fridays, 1:00 – 2:00 pm *
Yoga for the Special Child, Thursdays, 4:30 – 5:00 pm *
First Saturday Family Yoga, First Saturdays, 5:00 – 5:45 pm
* Please contact the instructor if you would like to attend this class.
YOGA FOR SCLERODERMA: for more information and free online video, see www.yogaforscleroderma.com.
Raja Yoga: Donation-based class
Yoga for the Special Child Group Class: $48 for 6-week series, prorated if you start mid series
First Saturday Family Yoga: By donation. (Donations fund sponsorships for Yoga for the Special Child® group classes.)
Yoga for Scleroderma: Free! Please Contact Kathy if you would like to join this class.
CONTACT: email@example.com, Phone/text (775) 322-4600
LEE ANN MAYNARD, RYT500: Lee Ann started practicing yoga over 20 years ago as a way to feel strong emotionally and physically while coping with spinal problems, anxiety and depression. She worked with a Viniyoga Yoga Therapist for 6 years, healing from spine injuries and managing stress before deciding to become a 500 hour Yoga Alliance certified teacher. She started studying Buddhist meditation through the Dzoghen Lineage and is currently studying Mindfulness and Meditation (Thai Forest Tradition) with the beautiful Denise Barclay, a Dharma Zephyr Lay Leader and Yoga and Meditation Teacher in Reno.
She is passionate about teaching stress reduction techniques and wellness principles through the practice of yoga and meditation for a higher quality of life. Her goal is to guide students to a place where they can find their inner teacher and to create an environment where everyone feels comfortable, supported and safe. Read more.
Read her Blog Post: Yin Yoga and Quieting the Mind
CLASSES: Yin Yoga, Thursdays, 6:45 – 8:00 pm
CLASS FEES: $16 drop-in, $70 for 5 classes (expires in 90 days), $130 for 10 classes (expires in 90 days)
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org; 775-497-4817
LYNDSAY SLOCUMB: has been practicing Hatha yoga since 2008, became a Certified Practitioner of Yoga for the Special Child® in 2011 and completed her Hatha Yoga Teacher Certification in 2016. She continues her yoga education with Sonia Sumar, the creator of Yoga for the Special Child®. Lyndsay offers many different options for each yoga pose, allowing each student to practice the pose in the most beneficial and safest manner for their own body, her Intro to Yoga class is ideal for beginners.
Lyndsay also teaches Adaptive Yoga, working with people who are developmentally delayed, teaching weekly classes at High Sierra Industries and in group homes. Click here to see more about Lyndsay and Adaptive Yoga. Read full bio.
CLASSES: Intro to Yoga: Thursdays, 5:30 – 6:30 pm;
Yoga for the Special Child®, Adaptive Yoga, Group homes
CLASS FEES: Intro to Yoga: $48 for a six week series
CONTACT: email@example.com; Text only: (775) 384-7463
MARY LOU URRUTIA: is a Certified Practitioner of Yoga for the Special Child® who trains directly with Sonia Sumar, creator of Yoga for the Special Child®. This is a comprehensive program of yoga techniques designed to enhance the natural development of children with special needs. Mary Lou is fluent in Spanish and offers classes in English and/or Spanish. Call for private instruction or group classes. Read full bio.
CLASSES: Yoga for Every Body, Mondays, 1:30 – 2:30 pm
Yoga for the Special Child®, Private instruction
CLASS FEES: $10 drop-in
CONTACT: Phone/text: (775) 742-0261
SUZANNE DONG: For over 20+ years, Suzanne Dong has been a devoted student of alignment-based yoga (aka Iyengar yoga). She completed the 2 yr Advanced Studies program from the Iyengar Yoga Institute of S.F. Her teachers include Manouso Manos, Ramanand Patel and Kofi Busia. Suzanne specializes in back, neck and shoulder issues as she used yoga to help fix her own problems in these areas. Her love of yoga is infectious and joyful; it is evident by her many testimonials on LinkedIn. Suzanne looks forward to sharing her knowledge and experience to all as yoga has given so much to her. Read her full bio.
CLASSES: Alignment-Based Yoga: Mixed Level, Tuesdays, 9:00 – 10:15 am; Autumn Intro to Yoga Series (begins 11/2), Saturdays 9:00 – 10:00 am (preregister)
CLASS FEES: $84 for 6 weeks (must be used within 3 months of first class in series), $17 drop-in
TOD (BACHANSUKH SINGH) SHERMAN, IKYTA: is a KRI certified Kundalini Yoga instructor with a specialty certification in Kundalini Yoga for Stress, Anxiety, and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Tod began a daily Hatha Yoga practice in 1972, and turned to the practice of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yoga Bhajan in 2007. In March 2015, a week after attending White Tantric Yoga in California, Tod had a heart attack. Released from the hospital in days, Tod attributes his quick healing to his daily Kundalini practice and yogic breath work. Tod took his Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training in September of that year. Tod’s beloved wife of 34 years is a veteran who has PTSD, and inspired him to to receive the training and certification for Kundalini Yoga for PTSD at The Guru Ram Das Center for Medicine and Humanology in Santa Fe, while living at the Sacred Home Community of Yogi Bhajan in Espanola. Full bio.
CLASSES: Kundalini Yoga For Stress, Anxiety and PTSD, Saturdays, 1:00 to 2:15 pm
CLASS FEES: Drop-ins $12, Veterans and First Responders are free!
$80 for a ten week series
CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone/text (775) 247-8965