This program is designed for students intent on deepening their yoga practice and for those who wish to become teachers themselves.
The inclusive nature of Brahmrishi yoga is paralleled by Vision Yoga, an active member of the Cleveland community.
Our goal is to empower each teacher with the skills to instruct a broad range of students.
Yoga philosophy lies at the heart of the training: proper alignment, assisting, sequencing, and anatomy.
2600 Church Ave
Cleveland, OH 44113
in St. John's Episcopal Church
October 2016 through June 2017
Dont miss: Info meetup August 12th 7:30PM @Vision Underground!
Two weekends a month to accommodate everyone's schedule and to give you time to integrate the knowledge into your life.
Saturdays 10am-5:00pm with an hour and a half break at 11am
Sundays 10am-4:30pm with an hour break at noon
Caressa, a yoga practitioner since 1996, is honored to bring her years of study to this teacher training. She received her 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training from Brahmrishi Yoga in 2006 and completed her 500 hr Yoga Teacher and Therapist Training through Purusha Yoga in 2010. She has been a licensed Massage Therapist since April of 2013.
Upon traveling to Thailand to study Traditional Thai Yoga Massage, Caressa is now a certified practitioner, teaching new students interested in learning this sacred healing art. She also holds certification in, and practices Reiki and Jin Shin – forms of energy work that calm the mind while relaxing the body.
This life-long student earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in 2004, and her creative artistic interests, along with her loving connection to Mother Earth, inspire both her life and practice. She brings joy and compassion to her yoga classes, aspiring to impart the same thirst for knowledge of the higher self to her students, as she invites them to relax into their bodies, their breath, and the present moment.
Elaine Hullihen, E-RYT 200 with a BFA in sculpture, was certified with Brahmrishi at the 200 level in 2011 after practicing this style since the early 2000's. She is continuing toward the 500 hour certification.
Fully immersed in the nurturing and contemplative nature of Brahmrishi Yoga, Elaine hopes to inspire students toward the yogic path of self-discovery and wholeness.
Since 2014, Elaine has been studying trauma-informed yoga, while working with teens at a local non-profit, Fostering Hope. Elaine’s focus is to listen while teaching: how to explore body, breath, space and the oneness we share.