Serge has been practicing the yogic arts of India and Tibet since his youth and teaching yoga since 2001. His approach evolves out of a deep transmission from younger years living in Kula, a yogic community, engaging in lengthy daily practice before dawn, and undergoing rigorous study with his teachers. In classes, he blends his knowledge of traditional yogic practice and philosophy with thousands of hours of training in Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Hatha, Yin, Rudra, Kundalini Tantra, and Tibetan Buddhism.
Gloria discovered yoga in 2003 and realized that the breath, body awareness, and mindfulness could relieve so much of human suffering, disease, and disorder. After years of dedicated self-study and independent practice, she completed her formal yoga teacher training at Yoga Hawaii with master teachers Rupali Embry and Tania Jo Ingrahm. Gloria began teaching Vinyasa yoga in 2006 at schools, colleges, gyms, and studios. Since then, she has taught thousands of classes in Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Iyengar, Aerial, and kids yoga, as well as meditation to various populations all over the country.
Amber Lee's lineage is rooted in the Andes, the Hawaiian Islands, in prayer, and in service. Years of study in the healing arts has resulted in a healing practice that is woven with the teachings of acupressure, integrated energy therapy, craniosacral, Esalen massage, and deep bodywork. In addition to her therapeutic practice, Amber works with plants and essential oils as tools for healing, offering essential oil education, consultations, and aromatherapy treatments. Amber also leads educational and ceremonial workshops for women and co-ed groups.
from United States, June 2018
"Practice on and off the mat"
The container of space created by Serge and Gloria was sacred and authentic. The land was sacred. The food was amazing. I felt completely provided for, loved, safe and cared for in every way. The daily practice provided strength, gentleness and a space for me to love and honor myself in whatever way I needed.