About Harmony Family Yoga
Cici Bo is a mother, a daughter, and a lifelong learner. She has dedicated herself to yoga and incorporating its philosophy into her family life since discovering its joys and benefits. She earned her RYT 200 Yoga Alliance certification and taught her first children’s yoga class for physically and mentally challenged children at an orphanage in a local village outside of Ubud in Bali, Indonesia. Cici was inspired to see the joy on every child’s face while attempting each movement despite their limitations.
Cici’s background includes working on the creative and production side in the film and television industry. She was also a principal dancer for 10 years with an award-winning youth dance academy during which time she performed with numerous live-performance productions and recordings.
Now she aims to share the healing she experienced through yoga with families and friends throughout the community. Cici’s goal is to create a nurturing, safe and non-competitive space for everyone to receive the benefit of yoga by offering a practice that you can embody in your daily lives and find balance mentally, physically and spiritually. She shares yoga and mindfulness education to help and support children, parents, and families in our community with the mission of harmony.
Ligia brings her passion for yoga and years of experience in Psychology and teaching to create engaging, and invigorating yoga classes. She earned her 500RYT through YogaWorks, teaches Vinyasa, Hatha, Prenatal and Restorative style classes, while also holding her certification for kids yoga. When not teaching or practicing yoga and meditation, you can find Ligia outdoors, hiking, reading, or traveling. She loves spending time with her family and loves spreading yoga wherever she goes.
I started my yoga practice 18 years ago, by completing certifications from Maha Yoga, Sacred Movement, Mini Yogis and Yoga Works. Studying with master teachers Max Strom, Saul David Raye and Shiva Rea. Teaching while I was pregnant brought me to the realization harmony and peace begins in the womb. For the past 8 years I’ve been teaching yoga at Maraposia School of Global Education. Working in the classrooms and with the after-school enrichment programs, teaching yoga and mindfulness to children from kindergarten through eighth grade. Being a Mom of three, I see first-hand and the positive results of teaching children to connect with their breath, body and mind… and have fun while doing it.
My passion is helping my fellow mamas find wellness, happiness, and peace through yoga and community. I believe that yoga is the perfect complement to motherhood to help us be our happiest and healthiest selves possible. I hold a MA in Teaching and am a YogaWorks trained RYT, RPYT (Prenatal and Postnatal Specialist), and certified Kids’ Yoga Instructor. I’m also a mama to two mini yoginis. It is truly a privilege to be a part of so many women’s pregnancy and motherhood journeys, and I love being a continuation in the long line of women supporting women.
I have maintained a personal yoga practice for almost 18 years that began with prenatal yoga during my first pregnancy. Yoga meant so much to me and became such an important part of how I live my life, that I decided to pursue teacher training to both deepen my practice and hopefully share if with others. I am now a registered 500 hour RYT with Yoga Alliance. My training is from Yogaworks and I began my journey as a yoga teacher in 2017. It is an honor and a joy to teach! My mission is to help students quiet their minds; to improve flexibility and build strength; to encourage a lifestyle that is healthier and far less stressful; and to help them feel successful on their mats.
Robin began practicing yoga in 2004, and quickly discovered it to be a fun and unique way of moving her body. She started teaching in 2012 when she completed her first 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training with OM Yoga in NYC, and since then has completed over 500 hours of training and has plans to study plenty more. Robin finds yoga to be a beautiful challenge that offers endless ways of exploring the body, mind, and spirit, and she feels incredibly fortunate to guide others in their practices. She is deeply grateful every day to live in a body that is healthy enough to practice, and loves teaching others to develop that same gratitude.
After a car accident that gave Michelle a near life-death experience, and fractured her spine and shattered her pelvis, chronic pain sent Michelle down the path of Yoga. A few years after the accident in 1994, Michelle found a 1970’s yoga book in her friends basement, and at the age of 19, Michelle found her first pain relief remedy. Living on her own from the age of 16 and managing to work a job and graduate high school, a family friend and Hawaiian shaman, John Tozeland, took Michelle under his wing and taught her Time Line Hypnotherapy, Sound Healing and NLP. Michelle later was granted her level 2 reiki by John’s daughter Sage Tozeland (Cultivation Peace Project). Furthering her passion for yoga, Michelle took her 250 hour instructor program and Pre and Post Natal at The Yoga Sanctuary in 2012. Michelle is an avid supporter of NSA chiropractic, meditation, anti-inflammatory diet choices art, expression and laughter. Michelle uses yoga therapy (yoga, meditation, hypnotherapy, diet and art/music) to help people break habits, find space in their body/mind and heal/relocate old hurts to allow the spirit and body the freedom to expand.