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Yoga with Brad

Join us in January 2013 and be blessed with Brad's yoga in conjunction with Mia

Brad completed over 1000 hours of full time training and studies with Yoga Arts in Byron Bay Australia in 2003 achieving a Certificate IV level of Teaching and a RYT 500 status. Brad has been practicing Yoga for over 15 years and teaching consistently for 10 years in Australia, Thailand and mostly the USA.

Intense study and practice of the Iyengar and Ashtanga traditions ultimately led Brad to his current mentor of 5 years, Yogarupa - Rod Stryker. Rod is the founder of Para Yoga and is considered one of the pre-eminent teachers of Tantra Yoga and Meditation in the United States. After 5 years of dedication and study with Rod and Para Yoga, Brad was welcomed and initiated into the Tantric lineage of Sri Vidya.

Brad is a certified Ayurvedic Health Educator and is currently studying to become a Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist at the California College of Ayurveda. By adding Ayurveda to his personal and professional practice he feels he has a much more effective and potent method to restore balance in himself and others.

"I am a very positive and happy person and strongly believe my spiritual and physical practices of Yoga and Ayurveda. These disciplines have supported me immensely through demanding situations in my life. I thrive on helping others through their personal issues and challenges using these practices and have witnessed incredible results.

"My classes are challenging and will definitely provoke alternative methods of thinking, body function and presence of spirit. The focus is on self development, awareness and stability, and will positively increase your ability to thrive in adverse situations.

"I am very passionate and have much respect for my role as both a teacher and a student of this amazing tradition we share together. I can say from my own experience that your life will vastly improve through the guidance of the profound practice of yoga."

Om Shanti Shiva Shakti

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