Teresa Van Eyk has been the owner & director of Satya Yoga since late 2011. She teaches breath centered tantric hatha yoga and meditation. She has been practicing since 2009, and teaching since 2012. She is an E-RYT500, completing over 500 hours of study and and has over 3000 hours of teaching experience.
Teresa trained under international yoga educator, Karina Mirsky. Karina is the founder of Sangha Yoga Institute, and a former faculty of the Himalayan Institute. Teresa’s practice is also inspired and by the teachings of Swami Rama, as well as, Pandit Rajmani Tiguniat, Dr. Indu Arora, David Frawley, and Rod Stryker.
Teresa is a practitioner of traditional Thai yoga bodywork. She is currently studying to become an Ayurvedic lifestyle consultant with the American Institute of Vedic Studies.
Teresa’s classes include modifications for all body types, mindful breath centered flows, breath training exercises, systematic relaxation, yoga nidra and meditation. Her classes weave the above with her passion for Yoga philosophy, Ayurveda and her deep connection to chanting, mantra, and Bhakti yoga (the path of love and devotion).
Teresa Van Eyk
Stacy begin the transition from practicing yoga to studying yoga into 2008. The physical practice had always been a great way to relieve stress and keep in good physical health, but now she saw Yoga ad the link to all areas of her life for which she felt great passion; natural health and nutrition , organic living, and in connection to her spiritual path. Yoga became the way she wanted to live her life, not just for an hour a day to decompress.
Stacy attended Katherine Lucas's 200 hour Karma Yoga Shala Teacher Training. Stacy also studied with Kino McGregor and the sessions with Kino have brought much awareness to both her practice in teaching.
Outside the yoga studio you can find Stacy hanging out with her husband Josh their two sons Jasper and Fletcher she loves travel reading and doing anything on the water.
Stacy Van Howe
When Michelle was a kid and people asked, “What do you want to be when you grow
up?,” she had no trouble answering: “A first grade teacher and a gymnastics coach.” As life would have it, Michelle became a high school English teacher and a diving coach for more than 25 years.
In 2004 Michelle took her first yoga class at a local art gallery. Despite feeling somewhat hesitant, her neighbor insisted on picking her up for “just one class.” However, after that initial experience, Michelle’s mind, body, and spirit were asking for more.
Since then, Michelle has been enthusiastically practicing a wide variety styles from a multitude of amazing teachers. Even though she enjoyed quietly soaking up her own yoga experience in a back-row spot for many years, something shifted in 2014. Not only did Michelle desire to dig deeper into her own practice, but she also felt inspired to share the amazing gift of yoga with others.
In Spring of 2016, Michelle completed her 200-hour teacher training with Kia Miller, founder of Radiant Body Yoga, at the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, Pennsylvania. Kia’s approach combines the technical precision of Ashtanga and Iyengar Yoga with the meditative and mantra-based practices of Kundalini Yoga. Her style facilitates a holistic experience that allows students to enhance their awareness of prana and the subtle body.
For Michelle, teaching yoga feels like coming home . . . coming home to her best self while
sharing all that’s possible with others.
Michelle lives along the Kalamazoo River with husband, Mike, and their golden retriever, Grover. When off the mat, Michelle may be found reading, sailing, writing, baking, knitting, hiking, and loving life with family and friends.
Kat VanHammen is a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance and has studied with many teachers over 30 years with a focus on Kripalu, Iyengar and Heart Centered Yoga. She specializes in Yoga for 40 and up and has been trained in trauma sensitive yoga. She also has a MA in Expressive Arts Therapy and has studied several movement modalities including Qiqong, Authentic Movement and Body Mind Centering among others. Kat finds great joy in teaching and practice and is honored to have the opportunity to share with others.
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Laurie Miller 200 hour teacher trainer