Kauhausen is the proprietor of INTO YOGA.
Sheri began practicing classical hatha yoga as a toddler. At the
age of 10 she attended her first public class. Her passion for
yoga continued to grow throughout her teenage years and into adulthood
as she studied with many great teachers.
Sheri enjoys teaching in the Corporate environment as well as in
Community Centers. In 1987 Sheri began teaching yoga to students
at beginner and intermediate levels. She also teaches senior
citizens, and pregnant women and couples.
Sheri is a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance and was a
of the Yoga Association of BC. She
continues to further her knowledge with additional training and
participation in workshops.
She is also a certified Baby Sign Language instructor.
is a CanStat certified Alexander Technique specialist with over 3 years
of full time study under her belt. The technique is taught at the major
performance arts schools across the globe, such as Royal Academy in
London, the Juilliard School in New York and Capilano University in
North Vancouver. Alena has also been a certified Yoga Instructor since
2009. And is certified to teach Yoga for Scoliosis (studied with Elise
Browning Miller). Alena loves to dance and learn salsa with her coach,
W.S.F. World Salsa Champion, Alfonso Caldera. She is proud to perform at
Seattle Salsa Congress with Bravo Dance Amateur Team in 2017.
introduced to Yoga when she lived in Montreal, Quebec. While
teaching Recreational Gymnastics to children, she was asked if she
also teaches Yoga. She was told that her warm up was very similar to
a yogic practice. Never having done Yoga before, it was time to try.
Since her very first Yoga class, she knew she wanted to be a Yoga
Teacher. Her love for the practice grew; leading her to Vancouver to
complete her Yoga teacher Training.
and playful presence will allow you to learn while having fun throughout
the class and feel relaxed by the end of class.
was born in Calgary, Alberta and graduated in 2016 from the
School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University with a BFA
in Dance. Growing up, she trained in multiple styles at an extensive
arts program in her high school and for 10 years as a competitive dancer
in jazz, ballet, tap, lyrical, pointe and hip hop.
Anna is currently the Assistant Producer at The Dance Centre and
assistant to Ralph Escamillan, a Vancouver contemporary and
vogueing artist. She is a dance teacher and fitness instructor
throughout the city of Vancouver. Her performance repertoire includes
working with Crystal Pite, Gioconda Barbuto, Rob Kitsos, Gail Lotenberg,
Amber Funk Barton, and most recently as Baroque dancer with Catherine
Lee of the Historical Performance Ensemble.
has always appreciated the art of Yoga. Struggling with joint problems
herself, Balbir found great relief with Hatha Yoga. After receiving her
teacher training certificate from Open Door yoga, she began her path of
teaching Hatha Yoga to others. Along with more typical styles of Yoga,
Balbir also teaches to diabetics, seniors, prenatal, postnatal, laughter
and chair Yoga. Her wish is to continue on this path and spread the love
and appreciation she has for Yoga to others in the community. She is
passionate about what she teachs and hopes to inspire and show
individuals the craft of yoga.
has a multi-faceted fitness background and found Yoga after suffering a
knee injury. Over time, he became more serious about Yoga and began to
understand the depth of the practice and how it is a moving meditation. He’s found
having a regular Yoga practice improves the integration of mind and body
resulting in a calmer, happier life.
Bill is a certified Yoga teacher and includes the practices of
Restorative, Yin, Hatha, Gentle Seniors, Chair and Kundalini in his
is also a certified Pilates mat instructor. Along with his expertise,
Bill brings joy and a great sense of humor into his classes and you’re
sure to leave with a smile.
began her personal practice in 2005. Creating
such an amazing impact
on her life, she was compelled to bring the experience to others.
She received her Yoga
teacher training through SOYA and currently teaches Hatha, gentle
Hatha, Yoga for larger bodies, Yin and restorative. Brenda believes
for every body no matter what their size. She challenges students
themselves with an open heart, open mind and most importantly
Brenda is happy to share her passion for yoga, and living a playful,
balanced, fun and
is a dance artist, yoga teacher and scholar currently
based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her practice...in life, in dance,
in yoga, as a teacher…is marked by a negotiation between what she likes
and what she needs. She likes freedom and creativity, but she needs
stability and strength. She loves practice, numbers, and method, but
sometimes she has to let that go and be more receptive. Her yoga
practice is her way to find this balance.
In 2011, Carolina graduated as a Dance Educator and Community
Engagement Facilitator. Since then, she has been working on building a
community of movers and thinkers, dancing and discussing philosophy with
people of all ages.
is a graduate of
Open Door Yoga Teacher Training although it’s been her own body that has
truly influenced her way of teaching. Focusing on alignment and working
together with students to build each pose with intention and focus,
Catherine supports students to work at their own pace and listen to
their bodies, in order to find what will be right for them in the
moment. She offers modifications and hands on adjustments to aid
students to fine-tune their practice. Catherine’s reward for teaching is
seeing students grow in their own practice over a period of time.
has been leading yoga classes for children
since 2006. She started her career teaching kindergarten for a local
Montessori school. After discovering yoga in the year 2000, she began to
use yoga elements in her classroom. In 2006, she used her experience in
the class to develop interactive yoga for children. Her classes have an
element of play, utilizing songs, stories and rhymes with traditional
has had a lifelong fascination with movement. A dancer from an early
age, and a graduate of Canada’s National Ballet School, she is currently
a contemporary dance artist and student living and studying in
Vancouver. As a result of several dance injuries she was drawn to the
rehabilitative power of Pilates and has been practicing yoga and Pilates
for over a decade. She has completed her STOTT PILATES Mat course and is
working towards becoming a fully certified STOTT PILATES instructor. She
is attracted to and passionate about Pilates because of its mindful
approach to seeking integrated, functional movement. Hana strives to
create a nurturing environment in her classes by guiding and empowering
students to deepen their body awareness in order to achieve a dynamic
sense of alignment, reduce stress and tension, and enhance physical and
mental well being.
started teaching fitness classes, while studying at University. She has
always combined her psychology career with her fitness career. Jane is
also an actor having appeared in film, television and stage. Family and
raising her two children a priority, Jane brilliantly juggles teaching,
acting, and her career in psychology. She uses her knowledge of
psychology in her yoga classes, specifically in meditations, geared to
promote relaxation and awareness of one's own incredible self-worth.
Jeanne practised yoga for many years before taking her 200 hours YTT.
She had additional training in yin, restorative, and children's yoga. In
her classes you can expect a focus on alignment, breath awareness, and
fun. Modifications are offered for every posture. Students are
encouraged to work at their own pace and listen to their bodies.
is a Yoga teacher who teaches
yoga with a healthy balance of eastern philosophy and western
sensibility. She brings a lightness and sense of joy and ease to her
classes and emphasizes body awareness, self acceptance alignment and
Join her on a journey to inner space - a safe and
gentle exploration of our inner world – where we can experience together
the influence of our energy on what we believe and how we think –where
we can experience the possibility of shifting those belief systems as we
journey together through the postures, the breath and a guided
yoga, especially a gentle style focusing on relaxation, deep breath and
gentle stretching. She knows it’s important in this busy world to take
time for stillness and ease. Her classes provide invitational cues that
offer choices for beginners and more experienced students. It is
important to her, as a teacher, to create a safe space for mindful
movement. Through multiple years of training and teaching, Kathryn has
honed a natural gift guiding students to feel more connected to their
body, breath, and heart.
is an experienced kids and adult yoga
teacher who started her journey with meditation which led her to the mat
to practice other aspects of yoga. Lisa is a big kid at heart and enjoys
being active and creative with her students, providing a safe and fun
atmosphere for them to grow, learn and build confidence. Seeing the
physical, emotional and spiritual benefits of yoga in her own practice
her classes are full of compassion and strive to educate, motive and
make others smile.
is certified through the PhysicalMind Institute Canada and fell in love
with Pilates Matwork due to the promotion of increased strength,
flexibility and overall sense of well-being. Her passion for the energy
in which Pilates brought to her is what inspired Lyndsey to become a
teacher and educator. As a professionally trained dancer and dance
instructor, Lyndsey has worked with clients of all ages and has the
aspiration to help individuals reach their fitness goals, while reducing
stress and encouraging spiritual balance.
enjoys the gifts of Yoga, meditation and the physical benefits of
Pilates with as many people as possible. After working for several
years as a researcher in Biology she trained to become a Yoga and
Pilates teacher, and Neurokinetic
personal practice and classes aim to explore the intriguing
potentiality of body/mind connection and the ability to heal through
the practice on the mat.
is a certified teacher of hatha, restorative and prenatal yoga;
comprehensive, pre/post natal pilates, pilates for
neurological conditions; level 3 Neurokinetic practitioner; soft
tissue release practitioner. She
also holds a degree in Biology and PhD in genetics & evolution.
to Yoga in the early 90s while being in professional sports and living
in her native Russia. A holder of Masters Degree in P.E. Teaching and
Track & Field Coaching, she has completed comprehensive program of Yoga
Teacher Training in Vancouver and received her certification with KRI (Kundalini
Research Institute) and Yoga Alliance to teach Kundalini, Hatha, and Yin
Olga is especially passionate about practicing and teaching
Kundalini Yoga. "In my very first Kundalini yoga class, I experienced
such a feeling of bliss, both physical and emotional, that I’ve ever
felt in my life before. Since that day on, I've taken a conscious choice
to dedicate myself to mastering Kundalini yoga. After practicing and
teaching different styles of Yoga, sports and physical activities for
over 30 years, I find that Kundalini Yoga is the most effective and
shortest path to personal wholeness, happiness, and health. And teaching
Yoga is the best contribution I can make in helping other people enjoy
wellness and happiness in life."
dynamic performer, educator, and artist who finds herself most fulfilled
when she is active and sharing meaningful movement practices with her
community. As a Bachelor of Fine Arts holder majoring in Dance, Samantha
has studied contemporary, ballet, modern, and improvisation/composition
dance techniques as well as human kinetics and pilates extensively at
Simon Frasers School for the Contemporary Arts. She has performed works
by locally and internationally acclaimed artists and in 2016 premiered
her first full length choreographic work entitled "Playful Parameters".
Above all, Samantha is eager to continue using movement as a way to
connect with her students while promoting healthy lifestyles as well as
personal growth, confidence, and creativity.
is a certified Yoga & Meditation teacher as well as a Reiki
Master Practitioner. She has been teaching sessions and
workshops for more than 13 years. Setareh
is passionate about sharing the gifts of yoga and holistic
health with others. She loves to inspire people to reach their
full potential and optimum well-being.
Setareh is a member of Yoga Alliance and Canadian
Taliabegan taking ballet classes at the age of
three. She grew up studying at Flora Pigeau Dance Academy in Surrey. Her
training has primarily been in ballet and contemporary, but she also has
training in Modern, Jazz and Lyrical. Talia is now in her second year at
Modus Operandi, post-secondary contemporary dance program. She has
completed all of her R.A.D. vocational exams with distinctions,
including Advanced 2. In 2014, Talia was chosen to be a part of Joshua
Beamish’s Telus Youth Mentorship Program. She was also chosen as the Pac
West Senior Ballet Provincial Representative in 2015 and 2016. In
December 2016, she competed in Australia at the Genée International
Ballet competition. She plans to continue to pursue a career as a
professional dancer, while balancing this with her passion to teach
greatest passion in
this lifetime is the poetry and mystery of the body and mind. Fascinated
by the simplicity and complexity of the human experience, she has been
called to the study of yoga and various other spiritual teachings.
Combined with a lifelong journey of dance and creative expression
Tamara's yoga classes focus on honouring the body and delving deep into
the exploration of self. By remembering the divine within, we remember
our correct alignment.
has been practicing yoga for 10 years and has been teaching since
receiving her certification in 2013. Her classes encourage all levels to
create a playful practice based around a strong foundation in safety and
alignment. Teaching has allowed her to find balance, and she welcomes
you to come and find yours.