Luisa's favorite posture is Adho Mukha Svanasana (Wild Thing / Flip Dog). Letting go and dropping back into the unknown, opening the heart while cultivating strength in the arms.
It's so great to be back at De La Sol to see new and familiar faces!
I had the pleasure to teach at De La Sol about 2 years ago when the Waterdown Studio first opened.
I love to travel and for the past 2 years taught English and Yoga in South Korea.
I completed my 200hr Yoga Teacher Training program in 2013 with Global Yoga Shala while living in Peru.
I am trained in the Ashtanga Method - Primary Series, Vinyasa, and Yin Yoga. I am confident in subbing any of the classes offered at De La Sol.
My focus when teaching is to encourage students to develop a mindful, creative, and most importantly sustainable yoga practice.
After completing her first 200h RYT in 2013 training program under the tutelage of Katie McClelland, the endless study continued with noted instructors such as Doug Swenson, Kino MacGregor and Meghan Currie.
Michelle has used yoga to the benefit of many facets of her life and passionately passes along that experience to all of her students, regardless of skill level.
While serious about her practice she likes to keep the atmosphere in class light and welcoming for all.
Michelle's favourite pose is Ustrasana because it is an uplifting posture, which stimulates the nervous system and opens the heart. This pose leaves you with a glowing energy and vitality for the rest of the day!
Her favorite pose is Wild Thing, because of the exhilarating and celebratory feelings it brings!
She has been practising yoga off and on for about 15 years. In the last 6 years she has been drawn to a regular and consistent yoga practise for the meditative and healing qualities.
Rosanne graduated from Del La Sol’s 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training program. She has also completed a 40 hour teacher training in Restorative Yoga, 20 hours in Yoga for Kids, and has a level 2 in Reiki.