About Harmony Family Yoga
Adult Yoga, Children and Teens, Trauma-informed Yoga Instructor; Mindfulness Meditation facilitator; Therapy Harp Healer.
Cici Bo is a dedicated yoga professional, mother, and lifelong learner who has seamlessly integrated the philosophy of yoga into her personal and family life. She holds a coveted RYT 200 certification from Yoga Alliance and possesses specialized training in Children and Teens Yoga as well as Trauma-informed Yoga. Her journey as a yoga instructor began when she taught her first yoga class for physically and mentally challenged children at an orphanage in a quaint village near Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. Witnessing the profound joy on every child’s face as they embraced each movement, regardless of their limitations, fueled her passion for sharing yoga’s transformative potential.
Chandra Gero is a seasoned Therapeutic Yoga Instructor with nearly two decades of experience. Her journey into yoga began after earning a degree in dance, seeking to deepen her understanding of the mind-body connection.
Chandra completed her initial yoga teacher training at Mount Madonna Center in Santa Cruz, California, and in 1999, she received initiation into yoga from her beloved teacher, Baba Hari Dass. Chandra’s commitment to yoga education continues, and she recently obtained certification in Therapeutic Yoga. Her enduring passion for yoga shines through in her teaching, evident in every class she leads.
Lori’s introduction to yoga was driven by a desire for pain management and improved flexibility, which she discovered many years ago. The profound sense of balance, strength, and tranquility that yoga brought into her life captivated her.
Specializing in gentle and restorative yoga, Lori’s teaching approach emphasizes the harmonious interplay between strength, flexibility, and healing. Her classes blend gentle movements, focused breathwork, and techniques to enhance flexibility, all performed at a deliberate pace with modifications tailored to various experience levels and individual needs. Lori’s classes typically include dedicated time for meditation, yogic breathwork, and relaxation.
Raquel, formerly a pastry chef and baker, embarked on a transformative journey of self-discovery through yoga and meditation. These practices instilled in her the virtues of patience, stress management, mindfulness, and a deep appreciation for life’s simple joys. In her pursuit to honor her truest self, Raquel shifted her life’s trajectory, leaving behind old values to embrace her newfound path. She was inspired to share the wisdom she gained during this transformation with others.
Raquel’s yoga journey led her to obtain her 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training certification in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia, where she merged sacred practices from both Eastern and Western traditions. Intrigued by the yogic value system (yamas and niyamas) and the philosophical underpinnings of yoga asanas (poses), she was motivated to deepen her knowledge further.
Sabrina, affectionately known as Sabi, wears two hats: she’s a therapist and a dedicated yogi. What initially drew her to therapy – the healing and connection – is precisely what she finds on the yoga mat when surrounded by fellow practitioners. In her classes, Sabi strives to create a welcoming and nurturing environment, akin to a home, where students can move mindfully and breathe intentionally. Her approach is not about perfection but about discovering the magic and inspiration that exists within each practitioner on the mat, just as they are. Sabi envisions the yoga mat as a soft landing place for those seeking purposeful movement and a supportive community.
Kristie believes that yoga is more than physical postures; it’s about uniting mind, body, and spirit. Her classes focus on balancing physical postures and body movement together with conscious breathing and a deep inner awareness, encouraging students to cultivate intentions to discover that yoga is much more than just touching their toes.
As a certified yoga instructor since 2014 with over 25 years of personal practice, Kristie sees yoga as a grounding anchor in life’s journey. She continues to deepen her knowledge through training with respected teachers like Judith Hanson Lasater, Max Strom, Tracee Stanley, and Claire Hartley. Join Kristie to explore the continuous journey of yoga with an open mind, open heart, and curiosity.
Tracey Sitomer is a seasoned certified prenatal yoga instructor with three decades of yoga practice under her belt. To Tracey, yoga is not just an exercise; it’s a profound opportunity to reconnect with the body, mind, and spirit. She accomplishes this through the holistic integration of breathwork, mindfulness, and asana into her teachings.
As a mother of two wonderful daughters, Tracey approaches each day with a profound sense of gratitude, kindness, and compassion, both for herself and those around her. Her journey as a yoga instructor has afforded her the privilege of assisting individuals in reaching their highest potential. Tracey takes immense pride in sharing her love, wisdom, and vibrant energy for wellness and yoga, knowing that her efforts make a meaningful impact on each person’s life that she touches.
Lisa’s dedicated yoga journey began in earnest in 2010, where she embarked on a daily practice, obtained certifications, and harnessed her knowledge and intuition to lead classes in prominent cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, and Vancouver, BC. During the lockdowns, she maintained an online presence, conducting sessions for up to 70 participants on Zoom every other morning. Lisa continues to teach weekly, consistently emphasizing the importance of honoring one’s unique body and breath in her instruction.
Rocio is an Artist, Art Facilitator and Yogi. Having personally experienced the transformative power of Art and Yoga as a means of restoration and wholeness, she now holds space for students in both art and yoga.
Come home to yourself in one of Rocio’s classes that include breathwork and yoga to ignite your body, mind, spirit and creativity.