Alisa is a RYT200 with a trauma-sensitive approach to her teaching. Her classes can range from yin to power, but always incorporate a way to take the yoga off the mat whether through subtle body integration or yogic philosophy dharma talks to close out class. She is also a self-fulfillment mentor specializing in helping women with sexual assault ptsd through yogic philosophy and other holistic forms of healing.
JP is an E-RYT500 with his own Yoga Alliance accredited yoga school ‘YogiCop’. He has an array of teaching experience, ranging from intensive Baptiste trainings to restorative and yin certifications. He enjoys combining the pitta energy of power classes with a restorative, grounding class to give his students the opportunity to experience different realms of an asana practice. More so, he is passionate about yogic history, philosophy, and physical anatomy and does a tremendous job of incorporating those subjects into his classes and everyday life. Outside of teaching yoga and hosting trainings, JP is a sexual assault investigator with specialized training in trauma-informed investigation.
2019 will be our third training together in beautiful Costa Rica and we can’t wait to share this experience with you.
Also joining us this year is the lovely Kasie Bubenicek
Kasie started her yoga journey back in 2013, and has been a certified Reiki Practitioner since 2015. She embarked on a journey to Costa Rica, in September of 2017 for her 200 hour yoga teacher training. She then took on The Art of Healing Yoga Program November 2017.
She is passionate about helping others find wholeness within their practice as well as bringing oneness into the community.
She challenges her students to push beyond their comfort zone, and supports students both emotionally — with an open heart & infectious joy, and physically — through spotting