Lisa Pumper began her journeys into Yoga studing the Ashtanga Vinyasa system. After several years of studying with a wide array of senior teachers she was inspired to share her passion with the community and become a teacher. Lisa completed her certification with Aananda Yoga, which she now is co-director with Surendran Panderan. Her passion to connect has lead her into becoming one of the leaders in South Florida, connecting and supporting our South Florida Yoga cOMmUNITY. She is behind the hugely popular Facebook page for The Yoga Community of South Florida.
Ceci Lester makes yoga real, practical and inclusive. She has a passion for her personal practice that permeates all that she does. Her enthusiasm and directness encourages yogis, both novice and practiced to look past their preconceived notions of yoga and discover the truth that lies within. Ceci inspires and engages her students through her determination and confidence that everyone can achieve self awareness.
Ceci’s unique style of yoga is a seamless mesh of her teacher's trainings in Kundalini Yoga with Amrit Andrew Levinson, Astanga Yoga with Wayne Krassner, and Anusara Yoga with Betsey Downing and Jaye Martin. Ceci’s teaching style also incorporates her knowledge of yoga philosophy from her teacher's trainings and self study. In addition to the teacher’s training listed, Ceci studied Sanskrit, mantra and yoga philosophy with Manorama Thea D'Alva.
Ceci continuously seeks self awareness and enlightenment through many avenues of study. She uses her gained knowledge to improve her understanding of yoga and human nature. Ceci holds a bachelor degree in Communication and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology. These areas of study enhanced her understanding of human interaction and psyche. She also focused her study in the human body. As a licensed massage therapist, Ceci developed an understanding of how the body moves and works together. Her two year study to become a licensed Physical Therapy Assistant further increased her understanding of anatomy, posture and alignment direction. Ceci uses her combined knowledge of the body and the mind to approach the instruction of yoga in a well rounded and learned way.
Ceci extensive study of yoga, human nature and the human body provides an incredible yoga experience that is beyond compare for the yoga student. Ceci is a unique person who makes an impact on each life she touches. Her approach to studying, teaching and living yoga is one to be emulated.
Ricky Tran, BBA, E-RYT, CBA, founder of Krama Yoga Center, Castle Hills Yoga, Breakfast Yoga Club and TranBand is widely recognized as an inspirational leader and accomplished yoga practitioner. His lectures and workshops on external and internal yoga covers many aspects of yoga with illuminating perspectives on all levels of postures, breath, mind, philosophy, and yogic lifestyle. His inspirational teachings of Sanskrit and the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali are easily digested by the Western mind. His rich personal experiences offers expert guidance on healing and transformation through a consistent practice and the transcendental stages of meditation that leads to profound insight, liberation, and enlightenment. He is on a mission to make a positive difference this lifetime.
Ricky earned a BBA in Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management and Real Estate from the University of North Texas. He leads workshops, trainings and retreats throughout the United States including Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, the largest and most established retreat center for yoga, health, and holistic living in North America and at the Texas Yoga Conferences. He is a founding partner at OneYogaUSA and he is visiting yoga faculty at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He is also on the 200 hour and 500 hour teaching faculty at Aananda, Inc. School of Hatha Yoga in South Florida. He currently lives in Dallas, Texas but is often traveling and spreading the yoga love. Ricky has been a favorite workshop presenter at Red Pearl.
Jessica Lohrey-Cobb began practicing yoga as a way to stay in shape and quickly noticed the positive changes it was making in other areas of her life. After a life-changing motorcycle accident, Jessica's healing process led her deeper into her yoga practice. Inspired by what she had experienced, she decided to become a yoga teacher. Jessica studied under lifelong yoga practitioner Mike Noury at Yoga of India in Atlanta, Georgia. Over the last decade she has studied various forms of yoga in the Krishnamacharya and Sivananda lineages.
Jessica holds a B.S. in Zoology and spent more than 10 years working as an environmental educator. Her interest in physiology and anatomy has fueled her exploration of yoga as therapy and as a result she is a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists.
Jessica founded her company, Tree of India as a yoga instruction business in 2007. She began to incorporate the use of essential oils into her classes and when her unique blends became popular among students and fellow yoga teachers, Tree of India Aromatherapy was born! Jessica uses concepts from yoga philosophy, ayurveda, and traditional aromatherapy to create blends that rebalance body, mind, and spirit.
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