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Daniel Sunshine
Daniel Sunshine has been practicing mindfulness and meditation for over two decades. He practices mindfulness to reduce stress and live a life in alignment with his heart.
 
Daniel is trained in Zen, Shambhala and Vipassana meditation. He founded and is a coach for LILOHA coaching…guidance for life (LI), love (LO), and happiness (HA). LILOHA Coaching integrates a unique blend of eastern and western modalities to bring deep healing and transformation to individuals, couples and groups so they can live a happy and fulfilling life. Daniel is also a certified master SoulCPR guide, energy & chakra healer and has an MBA from the George Washington University.
Kenny Kolter
Kenny Kolter approaches sound therapy and gong meditation with a subtle rhythmic quality, teasing out the vast array of tones, harmonics and shimmering nuances that reside within the instrument. His goal is to be a sound bridge between the energy and spirit that lie within the gong and to sonically draw out or tune into the energy and spirit that resides in all of us.
 

Kenny is a musician and certified reiki healer known for his transformative and nourishing gong meditations, has been playing percussion instruments since the age of 9 and practicing meditation since age 12. His sessions incorporate gongs, drums, rattles, chimes and Tibetan singing bowls to blend a range of soothing vibrations with rhythmic undertones that invite attendees to surrender tension and enter a meditative state that is still connected to the surroundings by sound.


Kenny has led more than 1,300 Sound Therapy group sessions and facilitated hundreds of private sessions. After moving from Chicago, Kenny began sharing this transformational work with the Dallas community through The Dallas Yoga Center in 2012. He has also offering Sound Therapy in numerous health institutions including Hospitals, Cancer Treatment Centers, and Mental Health Facilities. He continues to be amazed by the power of sound in bringing the body, mind and spirit to profound state of a peace.

Caroline Besley
Caroline has been practicing yoga since 1998 and dancing since birth. She has an innate curiosity about the world, and loves how yoga teaches her something new every single day. She encourages her students to question, learn, and discover new things about their bodies, their minds, and the world around them.

 

Her teaching style and practice are influenced by the many exceptional teachers she has had the opportunity to study with, including Marylou McNamara, Margaret Townsend, and Mary Pappas-Sandonas. She earned her 200 hr RYT from the Dallas Yoga Center.

Caroline also draws from her dance background, bringing joy and freedom of movement into her teaching.

Lynn Tran

Lynn began practicing yoga as an exercise activity in 2003, and it progressively changed her wellbeing and outlook in life. It was through consistent practice of yoga that Lynn’s mind began to shift. Her mindfulness in practice allowed her to discover a sense of compassion and inner peace that affected her on and off the mat. Inspired by this journey, Lynn works with students with hopes that they find their own sense of wellbeing through the practice of yoga.

 

Lynn is a 200 hour registered Yoga Alliance instructor and certified personal trainer. Working with a people is a true passion for Lynn, and her intuition and knowledge in yoga allows her to work compassionately and comfortably with diverse groups of students. She specializes in Hatha Yoga from the Kripalu lineage, and she teaches in the various forms of vinyasa flow, chair yoga, partner yoga, gentle yoga, yoga nidra, and restorative yoga.

Jami Rossetto

Jami began her yoga sojourn in 2004 – with an odyssey into awakening included a lot of grit, sweat and tears on the mat. She discovered a life shift with her original mentor Suze Curtis and her studio, where she found her first yoga home and ultimately began teaching for 5 years.

 

In 2012, Jami returned to Dallas Yoga Center where she earned her 200 Hr RYT. At DYC, she experienced the profound physiological and emotional benefits of slowing down, the healing power of rest, and the importance of balance. Her studies in Ayurveda include DYC Ayurveda Series with Kathleen Lohr, Ayuryoga with Dr. Vasant Ladd and Maria Garre of the Ayurveda Institute, as well as continuing studies with the Himalayan Institute. Her current Yang practice, as well as more meditative practices, and Ayurveda, have all brought her to a profound place of balance and harmony ~ which she wishes to share with her students.

Lauren Margolies

Lauren began practicing yoga nearly 15 years ago as a way to increase flexibility, but it quickly became apparent there was much more to be found. After years of trying many different styles in several studios, she found her deepest connection with a sound-vibration based power practice. This approach connected her to the amazing gift of meditation through asana, which led her to explore other meditation forms & various workshops.

After having two children, as a working mom, the importance of her yoga practice became paramount in helping create harmony in daily life. Through teacher training at the Dallas Yoga Center, Lauren discovered new ways to connect with sound meditation and restorative yoga, which once again shifted her entire perspective and practice. A profound interest in holistic wellness has led her to study Ayurveda, pranayama, aromatherapy & more. Lauren's goal as a teacher is to compassionately guide others to find more balance and peace through yoga and meditation. She hopes everyone can experience deep connection to oneself and pure bliss through any style of practice, yin to yang, and take what they learn with them off the mats.

Camille Davis

Camille was born and raised in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and graduated from New Mexico State University with a Bachelors Degree in Consumer Science. In 2012, she completed her MBA from the University of Dallas and passionately supports social entrepreneurship. She is a lifelong learner, team motivator and dedicated philanthropist. Her professional background is in the nonprofit sector and luxury retail.

 

Camille is DYC's Manager of Client Services. Her mission is to help create a space that inspires and empowers others and offers client services in an authentic and gratitude filled way.

Kristen Parrish
Kristen started practicing yoga regularly in 2008, shortly after starting graduate school at The University of Texas. Initially yoga was just something that helped her stay physically active, but eventually it became a way for her to clear her mind, understand her body and improve her life. Kristen was drawn to the Ashtanga method because of the discipline and concentration required for the Mysore self-practice style, which has helped her realize many benefits off the mat.


She completed her 200 hour teacher training in June 2012 with no intention of teaching, but soon returned to UT to teach in the same program where she started practicing. She has been fortunate to develop her Asthanga Mysore practice with many wonderful Ashtangi’s in the Austin area, including her longtime teachers Eriko and Selena. She completed David Swenson’s 40 hour Ashtanga Primary Series Teacher Training in 2013, and has studied with Matthew Sweeney, Dena Kingsberg and Tim Miller.


Kristen is very grateful for all the benefits of her yoga practice. She has never felt better, mentally or physically than she has over the past six years, and she truly believes that yoga can change lives. She is excited and eager to share her love of the Ashtanga practice with the DYC community.
Dhanada Kulkarni
Dhanada Kulkarni - BAMS, RAS, Ayurvedic Physician and Master Yoga Therapist. She is also the founder of SohamAyurYoga, and a Vedic Astrologer and Vastu Consultant.

Dhanada has been very active in promoting Ayurveda and other ancient Indian sciences at various forums in the USA over the last 11 years. She serves on the Executive Board of several organizations including AAPNA, and Kalidas Sanskrit University of Maharashtra, India. Also she has been on faculty for many Ayurveda and Yoga organizations.


She is board certified from American Alternative Medical Practitioner (AAMA) in the USA. She is board Certified in American integrative Medicine BCIM from (AAIM) in the USA. She has a natural flair for a life devoted to the study and practice of Indian ancient sciences. Added to this she has an inborn eagerness to serve all and a feeling of unity with all mankind.


She is Master of Doctor (M.D.) in Alternative Medicines, from India. She is also doctor of Ayurveda with 5 year bachelor’s degree (B.A.M.S.) from India. She is a certified Pre and Post Natal Exercise Specialist from American Fitness Professionals and Associate (AFPA), USA.


Dhanada has been honored with many international awards such Jivaka, Dhanwantari and Patanjali award by AAPNA for her Ayurveda and yogic research. Dr. Dhanada has been an international keynote speaker, presenter and integrated medicine panel expert for many organizations.


To set up an appointment please call 408-505-3852 or contact sohamayuryoga@gmail.com. For more info visit www.sohamayuryoga.com.

Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen
Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen is a movement artist, researcher, educator, therapist and developer of the Body-Mind Centering® (BMCTM) approach to movement and consciousness. BMCTM is an exploration of how we embody our body systems, tissues and cells as well as our developmental movement patterns and embryological development. In 1973 she founded The School for Body-Mind Centering®. Her work has influenced the fields of dance, bodywork, yoga, body psychotherapy, infant and child development and many other body-mind disciplines. She is the author of the book, Sensing, Feeling and Action and numerous DVDs on dance, embodied anatomy, embryology and working with children with special needs.

For more information,
visit www.bodymindcentering.com
Kenny Kolter & Linda Sprague
Kenny Kolter approaches a gong meditation with a subtle rhythmic quality, teasing out the vast array of tones, harmonics and shimmering nuances that reside within the instrument. The result is that these sonic, mystical characteristics provide a vehicle for quieting the mind and body. His goal is to be a sound bridge between the energy and spirit that lie within the gong and to sonically draw out or tune into the energy and spirit that resides in all of us.

Linda Sprague holds a Masters Degree from The Folklore Institute, Indiana University (Bloomington). She is certified in Trauma Resolution & Recovery and The Myers Briggs Typology Index. Linda was also the director of the trauma recovery program at Re-Creating Your Future: A School for Life Skills. She has studied & taught metaphysical subjects for over 30 years. Her twenty-year private practice in Dallas includes CPR for the Soul & Gateways to Synchronicity (Western Astrology and Tarot reading for self-understanding). To visit her astrology blog, go to lindasprague.com. Linda sees clients at her office in the Wellness Center at the Dallas Yoga Center. To make an appointment, contact Linda at stardoor@sbcglobal.net.
Dean Hollingsworth
Dean Hollingsworth found yoga in 2007 and immediately felt the impact it had upon his physical, mental and spiritual life. As his practice continues to deepen, his life continues to bloom and as a result he seeks to share this experience with others. He earned his 200hr RYT certification in 2012. A “chance encounter” then led him to meet and learn the Ashtanga method from Jeff Clardy, for which he is forever grateful. In an effort to further deepen his practice, Dean traveled to Mysore, India in October of 2014, and again in November 2015, where he studied Ashtanga Vinyasa in the tradition of Sri K. Pattabhi Jois with Sharath Jois.
 

On his trip to Mysore in November of 2016, Sharath officially Authorized Dean to teach Ashtanga Yoga.

 

Dean is the only Authorized teacher in the DFW Metroplex and one of 4 in the state of Texas.

 

He is passionate about sharing the teachings of his personal practice and all that he has learned with the DYC Ashtanga community.

Phyllis Richmond

Phyllis Richmond has practiced Old Yang style Taijiquan since 1998. She studies in the United States, Taiwan, China, and France with Tai Chi Masters Ho Chin-Han, Su Chin-Piao, and Antoine Ly. A Certified teacher of the Alexander Technique, she offers Alexander Technique lessons at the Dallas Yoga Center, at the University of North Texas, and gives workshops in the US and abroad, most recently in Taiwan.


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