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, Children and Teens, Trauma-informed Yoga 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.
Azizull is a yoga instructor and wellness coach who focuses on helping others through the practice of Ayurveda. Having learned yoga at a young age from her father, she is excited to bring this wholesome practice to others for healing, restoring, and strengthening. Join her classes that are full of movement, intentional breathwork, and meditation.
Natalie is a birth doula, specializing in pre- and post-natal yoga. Her sankulpa (heart based intention) is to empower women to trust their bodies and intuition in order to move, flow, and birth from a place of peace and ease. Using a blend of Hatha and vinyasa, her class offers variations for each movement and allows you taking the time to feel into a pose as well as finding a flow.
Lian traveled to India to complete her 200-YTTC. Through the yoga journey, she has taught Mindfulness for Brain Health at various residential rehabilitation facilities for adolescents with dual-diagnosis and severe mental-illness. She incorporates her yoga education into her professional work on adults with MDD and Anxiety Disorders.
Jane began practicing yoga regularly when she was in high school as a means of cross training for gymnastics and cheer. Shifting from a physical activity and learning about the tradition and philosophy of yoga has become one of the greatest gifts in her life. Yoga is how she make friends, find mentors, community, and connection. It helped her do things she would never be able to do otherwise, it is not just her healthy coping mechanism- it is how she eliminates reactiveness and cultivates a fierceness.
Jane completed her 200 hour teacher training as well as 12 hours of Meridian Yoga Therapy training. As a yoga teacher, she aims to bring a sense of empowerment to each student. She teaches in a way that allows yogis to find their identity within their own practice. Minimal queuing, motivational, and thoughts provoking. Using meditation, pranayama, and asana, her goal is to have everyone exit feeling like they have shifted into a higher dimension. Jane’s classes are challenging physically and mentally, music centered, and include minimal demonstrations. She make the choice every day to live her most authentic life and she leads all of her classes in a way that reflects that choice.