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Tracey Plascencia is the owner of Mt. Yoga studio.  Tracey has been practicing yoga for 25 years and teaching for over 20. Her teacher is Swami Maha-tarananda who’s teacher was Sri Goswami Kriyananda , the founder and Spiritual Preceptor of the Temple of Kriya Yoga. He carried the flame of the Kriya Lineage through the mystical Teachings of his Guru, Paramahansa Yogananda.

Tracey is a registered Yoga Teacher, Educator of Yoga Teacher's and Prenatal Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance. Additionally, she has two national fitness certifications and is a Certified Tennis Professional with the United States Professional Tennis Association with education in sports specific athletic training.

"My Intention is to foster the desire for students to live their most meaningful and fulfilling lives through transforming their body, mind and spirit. With the practice of yoga you will not only learn the tools to achieve optimal physical health, but techniques for more joy and serenity in your life. With this practice we learn contentful living by opening our heart and connecting with humanity. Yoga teaches and reminds us we are not alone, but part of the greater unity of life."

My journey on the yoga path began after I gave up performing as a professional dancer, which I had done from the age of sixteen. I joined a health club to stay physically fit, and ended up teaching Latin Dance, Belly Dance, Pilates, and other aerobic formats. I’d always found yoga enjoyable, especially the spiritual aspects, but when I discovered the flowing style of Vinyasa Yoga, I knew I’d found my niche. Having a dance background, the rhythmic flow of Vinyasa, synchronizing movement with breath, came naturally to me, and yoga became a moving meditation that left me feeling both invigorated and blissfully calm. I was addicted, and soon enrolled in a yoga teacher training so that I could learn more and become a certified yoga instructor.
My classes are designed with a holistic approach: To heal the body through improving core strength, muscle tone, balance, and flexibility; to heal the spirit through a self-nurturing attitude; and to bring tranquility to the mind through pranayama (breath discipline) and Savasana (guided meditation).
May yoga bring peace, healing, and enlightenment into your life.
Namaste.
Jill Weigt has been practicing yoga for over 25 years. She is a Yoga Alliance RYT200 certified Kundalini Yoga instructor and studied at the Soul of Yoga with the Mahanrajs Kaur and Singh in Encinitas, CA. She holds a B.A. from UC Davis and a PhD from the University of Oregon, both in Sociology. When not on the mat, she can be found teaching and doing research on families and poverty, driving teenagers, hiking, traveling (or dreaming about traveling), and eating fine food.
Beth has been practcing yoga for over 15 years and recently became a Kundalini yoga instructor. She is also a certified Healing Touch practitoner and has studied other forms of energy medicine such as Matrix Energetics, Reiki, and Halo Ascension Infusion. She is passionate about connecting with others and facilitating their self-healing. She lives with an open heart and can often be seen “leaking” tears of Love. Beth is excited to be combining Kundalini yoga, energy work and meditation because she knows that all three are paths to self-healing, improved well-being, and living life as our best self
 
I was born in the French part of Switzerland, but lived most of my life in Milan, Italy where I attended the Scala Theater for four years with the desire of becoming a professional dancer. When I got married, I ended up moving with my husband to the US and, although I have always loved to dance, became passionate about yoga.
I have been practicing yoga since 2009 and completed my teacher training at Mt. Yoga in February of 2017.
My main teacher has been Helena Bray who teaches Yogazander at Mt. Yoga.
I have also taken several workshops with different teachers because
I believe strongly yoga is a never ending learning experience.
In the meantime, I have enjoyed the opportunity to assist Helena in yoga classes for seniors at both the Poway Senior Center and the Scripp's Ranch Library. In May 2017 I completed my Silver Age Yoga Certification program through SAYCO (Silver Age Yoga Community Outreach).
On a personal level, practicing yoga has helped me tremendously in my life.
As a stay at home mom of two very active boys, I have had the privilege to spend much time raising them. Yoga has helped me in the different challenging stages of
their growth. I have learned to be more patient and to love them unconditionally and I am appreciative and grateful to give back through my own teaching.
Amanda has been practicing yoga since 2008, when she took her first class and knew she'd found something special! In 2013 Amanda completed teacher training through Yoga Legacy in Raleigh, North Carolina, and became a Registered Yoga Teacher. Her joy for teaching was noticed immediately, and upon graduation she joined the Yoga Legacy team and began teaching classes and facilitating teacher training. Over the last few years Amanda has taught all kinds of yoga classes; from yoga for people with disabilities, to intense hot yoga programs. Her personal style lies somewhere in between. Amanda has a skill for teaching yoga with precision and intention. "Remembering the teaching of BKS Iyengar, I enjoy guiding students through a deep exploration of the poses, by learning to balance each force in the body during every asana." Amanda's classes also incorporate breathing and meditation practices - mindfulness exercises that can extend present moment awareness of thought, breath, and action beyond the classroom and into daily life. Amanda has a passion for and a lifelong commitment to self betterment. Along with daily yoga and meditation, she uses a plant based diet and essential oil alchemy to pursue a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
I began my Yoga practice in 2002 in a gym. I loved how the movement and breath work made me feel – it felt like a whole new world was opening up for me. Knowing that Yoga was so much more then what I was experiencing in the gym I looked for a studio. When I came to Mt. Yoga and took classes and workshops from so many talented and special teachers I knew I had found my Yoga Home.
I took the step in 2016 to go through teacher training at Mt. Yoga – I loved every minute of the training. Being a teacher here now among so many great teachers is a privilege I appreciate so very much. I am committed to the practice – to continue to grow and to teach.
Namaste

Mom, business owner, Levels I and II of Reiki Training, Yoga Alliance registered Yoga teacher, Lover of Life.

Helena spent many years as a stay-at-home mom, practicing yoga at home. Her first formal classes were in 2010 at Toby Wells YMCA. She was fortunate to have excellent teachers who encouraged her to deepen her practice and pursue teaching.
She completed Yoga Teacher Training in 2015 with Manjulali Dasi of San Diego College of Ayurveda and Yin Yoga Teacher Training in 2016 with Sylvi Harwin of Star Song Yoga. Her focus has always been on a greater understanding of the spiritual connection. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge of and experiences with yoga and all aspects of life.
Helena enjoys running and hiking, gardening, long days at the beach, thrift stores and coffee shops. She and her Navy husband are blessed to have four awesome kids and live in Tierrasanta.
Keila Collins was born and raised right here in sunny San Diego. Being the oldest sister in a family heavily involved in numerous competition-level activities (dance, music, theater, gymnastics, tae-kwon-do), Keila gained much early experience in life helping and encouraging younger ones to learn a variety of skills.
At 18 years, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue all things Hollywood. After 12 years working in music, film and television, the show business lifestyle had taken a toll and Keila found herself in an unhealthy and depleted state. So, in 2014 she moved back down to North County and, on her very first day back, took a restorative yoga class that changed her life! At that moment, she knew exactly what she wanted to be when she grew up… a Yogini! From that day on she was determined to fill her days with developing a deeper understanding and dedicated practice of yoga. She discovered the transformative books: Autobiography of a Yogi and The Bhagvad Gita and her life was flooded with light, and the world was somehow new again.
Being the oldest cousin on both sides of her family, Keila has always been skilled at “governing the children’s table” at family dinners. She was able to utilize those skills as a Birthday Party Host at a trampoline fun park for a few years, a specialty “Princess” for private birthday parties, a nanny, and a proud Auntie.
Not long after her yoga journey began, Keila was laying in Savasana when the thought overwhelmed her: where was this when I was little? Of all the activities with which she had been involved through her childhood, none calmed her anxieties or healed like yoga. She knew then that she wanted to bring yoga to the children. Keila followed this realization with action, and was certified to teach yoga to children in early 2016 through the Young Warriors Program at Mantra Yoga Studio in Carlsbad, CA. Soon after she was invited to teach at Solana Ranch Elementary for their after school yoga program. In September of 2016, she furthered her studies to become a Yoga Alliance RYT200 certified yoga instructor, again with Mantra Yoga Studio.
After witnessing the physical and mental changes in herself from living a yogic lifestyle (becoming vegetarian, developing a daily meditation practice, reading spiritual literature, and practicing the asanas), Keila truly believes that anyone at any time can change the course of their life 180 degrees. And she believes that if you can learn how to deal with the frustrations and anxieties of life as a child (mindfulness), you can harness your inner peace and happiness more easily, passing through the tribulations of puberty more easily, to become a mindful, grounded, centered, healthy adult.
Keila is super excited to be teaching here at Mt. Yoga! Using play-based movement, stories, music, rhythm, and imagination, she hopes to guide her young students in their physical practice as well as developing the tools and skills to help themselves in their daily lives at home and school and play!

Peace & Love
Keila

 
I began my yoga practce in 2006 in my home with a DVD and a yoga mat. From there, I decided to take my first yoga class at a gym. Although I enjoyed it, I knew I wanted more than the gym class offered, so I found various studios to call “mine”. I started taking classes at Mt. Yoga in 2012, although it went by a different name then. After taking classes from so many experienced and knowledgeable, not to mention personable, teachers over the next few years, I knew I had found my special place. I took the giant leap to undertake the personal growth and teacher training intensive in 2017, and have not looked back! I look forward to growing and learning with all of the amazing teachers here at Mt. Yoga.
A lifelong seeker of east-west modes of healing and through the encouragement of Mt. Yoga’s incredible staff, I developed a daily practice of yoga and meditation. Whether my practice is 2 minutes or 2 hours, it’s a personal refuge accessible at any time, in any setting and goes where I go. The gifts experienced so far are increased emotional balance, life upliftment, deepened connections to others, boundary setting, natural weight management and repetitive strain injury relief. Access to your personal refuge is unlocked by saying yes to sincere and quality self-care and touching your toes is neither required nor necessary. Yoga is for everybody and every body and my wish for you is to experience the gifts intended for you.


Empath and world spiritualist Shelly Reef travels the globe to activate light in the hearts of humanity. For over 30 years, she has studied and practiced a myriad of meditation forms globally, as well as quantum approach to spirituality, and sound, movement and healing techniques. Shelly is the author of the soon-to-be- released book, “Silent Monkey Meditation: Silence for the wildest of minds”.
I was born and raised in Israel and moved to the USA in 2008. My first yoga class was at the gym I used to go and I remember , so clearly, how I felt at the final pose, savasana.. Laying on the mat I felt like I am flying.. felt released.. felt free.. a feeling that i had never experienced before.

I decided to join the Mt. Yoga teacher training course to enrich my self and make a deeper spiritual connection to yoga. As I moved forward with the training I realized how amazing and important this practice is, and now I wanted to share it not only with my loved ones but also with others.

See you at class. Shalom and Namaste.

Michelle Davis found yoga in 2014 seeking a form of fitness that was kinder to the body than Barre or working out on gym equipment. The journey began to offer so much more than she ever imagined possible. In 2015, she found herself enrolled in 200hr Yoga Teacher training while helping to manage Elite Yoga studio. She has completed 200hr certification in Vinyasa with Yin training. She often says “Yoga chose me”.

Michelle continues to attend many workshops and training's to enhance her teaching and be able to share with her students. Her next step will be to attend and complete her 500hr RYT. As an avid fitness enthusiast, Michelle has also completed a marathon benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma society and is also certified to teach Spin cycle and METAFIT HIIT.

Her favorite pastimes include outdoor yoga, SUP yoga, hiking and spending time with her Boxers Maggie and Bentley. Michelle is more than thrilled to be able to share her passion for yoga and meditation with the Mt. Yoga community.

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Tracey Plascencia is the owner of Mt. Yoga studio.  Tracey has been practicing yoga for 25 years and teaching for over 20. Her teacher is Swami Maha-tarananda who’s teacher was Sri Goswami Kriyananda , the founder and Spiritual Preceptor of the Temple of Kriya Yoga. He carried the flame of the Kriya Lineage through the mystical Teachings of his Guru, Paramahansa Yogananda.

Tracey is a registered Yoga Teacher, Educator of Yoga Teacher's and Prenatal Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance. Additionally, she has two national fitness certifications and is a Certified Tennis Professional with the United States Professional Tennis Association with education in sports specific athletic training.

"My Intention is to foster the desire for students to live their most meaningful and fulfilling lives through transforming their body, mind and spirit. With the practice of yoga you will not only learn the tools to achieve optimal physical health, but techniques for more joy and serenity in your life. With this practice we learn contentful living by opening our heart and connecting with humanity. Yoga teaches and reminds us we are not alone, but part of the greater unity of life."

My journey on the yoga path began after I gave up performing as a professional dancer, which I had done from the age of sixteen. I joined a health club to stay physically fit, and ended up teaching Latin Dance, Belly Dance, Pilates, and other aerobic formats. I’d always found yoga enjoyable, especially the spiritual aspects, but when I discovered the flowing style of Vinyasa Yoga, I knew I’d found my niche. Having a dance background, the rhythmic flow of Vinyasa, synchronizing movement with breath, came naturally to me, and yoga became a moving meditation that left me feeling both invigorated and blissfully calm. I was addicted, and soon enrolled in a yoga teacher training so that I could learn more and become a certified yoga instructor.
My classes are designed with a holistic approach: To heal the body through improving core strength, muscle tone, balance, and flexibility; to heal the spirit through a self-nurturing attitude; and to bring tranquility to the mind through pranayama (breath discipline) and Savasana (guided meditation).
May yoga bring peace, healing, and enlightenment into your life.
Namaste.
Helena has been practicing various styles of Hatha Yoga since 1992. She completed her teacher training in the Indra Devi Style of Hatha Yoga in 2003 and is recognized by Yoga Alliance as a certified yoga instructor and is a member of Y.E.S. (Yoga Education Society). She has had additional training as a Silver Age Yoga Instructor and has completed Levels I and II of Reiki Training. Helena has also studied the Alexander Technique and is the co-creator of Yogazander® which is a practice that applies this technique to classical yoga poses. Helena believes that yoga is for everyone and her teaching style emphasizes body awareness, stress relief and flexibility. Her dream is to someday own and operate a yoga refuge on a tropical island. In the meantime, she wishes to bring a little bit of paradise to her students through the practice of yoga.
Jill Weigt has been practicing yoga for over 25 years. She is a Yoga Alliance RYT200 certified Kundalini Yoga instructor and studied at the Soul of Yoga with the Mahanrajs Kaur and Singh in Encinitas, CA. She holds a B.A. from UC Davis and a PhD from the University of Oregon, both in Sociology. When not on the mat, she can be found teaching and doing research on families and poverty, driving teenagers, hiking, traveling (or dreaming about traveling), and eating fine food.
I was born in the French part of Switzerland, but lived most of my life in Milan, Italy where I attended the Scala Theater for four years with the desire of becoming a professional dancer. When I got married, I ended up moving with my husband to the US and, although I have always loved to dance, became passionate about yoga.
I have been practicing yoga since 2009 and completed my teacher training at Mt. Yoga in February of 2017.
My main teacher has been Helena Bray who teaches Yogazander at Mt. Yoga.
I have also taken several workshops with different teachers because
I believe strongly yoga is a never ending learning experience.
In the meantime, I have enjoyed the opportunity to assist Helena in yoga classes for seniors at both the Poway Senior Center and the Scripp's Ranch Library. In May 2017 I completed my Silver Age Yoga Certification program through SAYCO (Silver Age Yoga Community Outreach).
On a personal level, practicing yoga has helped me tremendously in my life.
As a stay at home mom of two very active boys, I have had the privilege to spend much time raising them. Yoga has helped me in the different challenging stages of
their growth. I have learned to be more patient and to love them unconditionally and I am appreciative and grateful to give back through my own teaching.
I began my Yoga practice in 2002 in a gym. I loved how the movement and breath work made me feel – it felt like a whole new world was opening up for me. Knowing that Yoga was so much more then what I was experiencing in the gym I looked for a studio. When I came to Mt. Yoga and took classes and workshops from so many talented and special teachers I knew I had found my Yoga Home.
I took the step in 2016 to go through teacher training at Mt. Yoga – I loved every minute of the training. Being a teacher here now among so many great teachers is a privilege I appreciate so very much. I am committed to the practice – to continue to grow and to teach.
Namaste

Mom, business owner, Levels I and II of Reiki Training, Yoga Alliance registered Yoga teacher, Lover of Life.

Helena spent many years as a stay-at-home mom, practicing yoga at home. Her first formal classes were in 2010 at Toby Wells YMCA. She was fortunate to have excellent teachers who encouraged her to deepen her practice and pursue teaching.
She completed Yoga Teacher Training in 2015 with Manjulali Dasi of San Diego College of Ayurveda and Yin Yoga Teacher Training in 2016 with Sylvi Harwin of Star Song Yoga. Her focus has always been on a greater understanding of the spiritual connection. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge of and experiences with yoga and all aspects of life.
Helena enjoys running and hiking, gardening, long days at the beach, thrift stores and coffee shops. She and her Navy husband are blessed to have four awesome kids and live in Tierrasanta.
Keila Collins was born and raised right here in sunny San Diego. Being the oldest sister in a family heavily involved in numerous competition-level activities (dance, music, theater, gymnastics, tae-kwon-do), Keila gained much early experience in life helping and encouraging younger ones to learn a variety of skills.
At 18 years, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue all things Hollywood. After 12 years working in music, film and television, the show business lifestyle had taken a toll and Keila found herself in an unhealthy and depleted state. So, in 2014 she moved back down to North County and, on her very first day back, took a restorative yoga class that changed her life! At that moment, she knew exactly what she wanted to be when she grew up… a Yogini! From that day on she was determined to fill her days with developing a deeper understanding and dedicated practice of yoga. She discovered the transformative books: Autobiography of a Yogi and The Bhagvad Gita and her life was flooded with light, and the world was somehow new again.
Being the oldest cousin on both sides of her family, Keila has always been skilled at “governing the children’s table” at family dinners. She was able to utilize those skills as a Birthday Party Host at a trampoline fun park for a few years, a specialty “Princess” for private birthday parties, a nanny, and a proud Auntie.
Not long after her yoga journey began, Keila was laying in Savasana when the thought overwhelmed her: where was this when I was little? Of all the activities with which she had been involved through her childhood, none calmed her anxieties or healed like yoga. She knew then that she wanted to bring yoga to the children. Keila followed this realization with action, and was certified to teach yoga to children in early 2016 through the Young Warriors Program at Mantra Yoga Studio in Carlsbad, CA. Soon after she was invited to teach at Solana Ranch Elementary for their after school yoga program. In September of 2016, she furthered her studies to become a Yoga Alliance RYT200 certified yoga instructor, again with Mantra Yoga Studio.
After witnessing the physical and mental changes in herself from living a yogic lifestyle (becoming vegetarian, developing a daily meditation practice, reading spiritual literature, and practicing the asanas), Keila truly believes that anyone at any time can change the course of their life 180 degrees. And she believes that if you can learn how to deal with the frustrations and anxieties of life as a child (mindfulness), you can harness your inner peace and happiness more easily, passing through the tribulations of puberty more easily, to become a mindful, grounded, centered, healthy adult.
Keila is super excited to be teaching here at Mt. Yoga! Using play-based movement, stories, music, rhythm, and imagination, she hopes to guide her young students in their physical practice as well as developing the tools and skills to help themselves in their daily lives at home and school and play!

Peace & Love
Keila

 
I began my yoga practce in 2006 in my home with a DVD and a yoga mat. From there, I decided to take my first yoga class at a gym. Although I enjoyed it, I knew I wanted more than the gym class offered, so I found various studios to call “mine”. I started taking classes at Mt. Yoga in 2012, although it went by a different name then. After taking classes from so many experienced and knowledgeable, not to mention personable, teachers over the next few years, I knew I had found my special place. I took the giant leap to undertake the personal growth and teacher training intensive in 2017, and have not looked back! I look forward to growing and learning with all of the amazing teachers here at Mt. Yoga.
A lifelong seeker of east-west modes of healing and through the encouragement of Mt. Yoga’s incredible staff, I developed a daily practice of yoga and meditation. Whether my practice is 2 minutes or 2 hours, it’s a personal refuge accessible at any time, in any setting and goes where I go. The gifts experienced so far are increased emotional balance, life upliftment, deepened connections to others, boundary setting, natural weight management and repetitive strain injury relief. Access to your personal refuge is unlocked by saying yes to sincere and quality self-care and touching your toes is neither required nor necessary. Yoga is for everybody and every body and my wish for you is to experience the gifts intended for you.
I was born and raised in Israel and moved to the USA in 2008. My first yoga class was at the gym I used to go and I remember , so clearly, how I felt at the final pose, savasana.. Laying on the mat I felt like I am flying.. felt released.. felt free.. a feeling that i had never experienced before.

I decided to join the Mt. Yoga teacher training course to enrich my self and make a deeper spiritual connection to yoga. As I moved forward with the training I realized how amazing and important this practice is, and now I wanted to share it not only with my loved ones but also with others.

See you at class. Shalom and Namaste.



Empath and world spiritualist Shelly Reef travels the globe to activate light in the hearts of humanity. For over 30 years, she has studied and practiced a myriad of meditation forms globally, as well as quantum approach to spirituality, and sound, movement and healing techniques. Shelly is the author of the soon-to-be- released book, “Silent Monkey Meditation: Silence for the wildest of minds”.
Michelle Davis found yoga in 2014 seeking a form of fitness that was kinder to the body than Barre or working out on gym equipment. The journey began to offer so much more than she ever imagined possible. In 2015, she found herself enrolled in 200hr Yoga Teacher training while helping to manage Elite Yoga studio. She has completed 200hr certification in Vinyasa with Yin training. She often says “Yoga chose me”.

Michelle continues to attend many workshops and training's to enhance her teaching and be able to share with her students. Her next step will be to attend and complete her 500hr RYT. As an avid fitness enthusiast, Michelle has also completed a marathon benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma society and is also certified to teach Spin cycle and METAFIT HIIT.

Her favorite pastimes include outdoor yoga, SUP yoga, hiking and spending time with her Boxers Maggie and Bentley. Michelle is more than thrilled to be able to share her passion for yoga and meditation with the Mt. Yoga community.

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Tracey Plascencia is the owner of Mt. Yoga studio.  Tracey has been practicing yoga for 25 years and teaching for over 20. Her teacher is Swami Maha-tarananda who’s teacher was Sri Goswami Kriyananda , the founder and Spiritual Preceptor of the Temple of Kriya Yoga. He carried the flame of the Kriya Lineage through the mystical Teachings of his Guru, Paramahansa Yogananda.

Tracey is a registered Yoga Teacher, Educator of Yoga Teacher's and Prenatal Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance. Additionally, she has two national fitness certifications and is a Certified Tennis Professional with the United States Professional Tennis Association with education in sports specific athletic training.

"My Intention is to foster the desire for students to live their most meaningful and fulfilling lives through transforming their body, mind and spirit. With the practice of yoga you will not only learn the tools to achieve optimal physical health, but techniques for more joy and serenity in your life. With this practice we learn contentful living by opening our heart and connecting with humanity. Yoga teaches and reminds us we are not alone, but part of the greater unity of life."

My journey on the yoga path began after I gave up performing as a professional dancer, which I had done from the age of sixteen. I joined a health club to stay physically fit, and ended up teaching Latin Dance, Belly Dance, Pilates, and other aerobic formats. I’d always found yoga enjoyable, especially the spiritual aspects, but when I discovered the flowing style of Vinyasa Yoga, I knew I’d found my niche. Having a dance background, the rhythmic flow of Vinyasa, synchronizing movement with breath, came naturally to me, and yoga became a moving meditation that left me feeling both invigorated and blissfully calm. I was addicted, and soon enrolled in a yoga teacher training so that I could learn more and become a certified yoga instructor.
My classes are designed with a holistic approach: To heal the body through improving core strength, muscle tone, balance, and flexibility; to heal the spirit through a self-nurturing attitude; and to bring tranquility to the mind through pranayama (breath discipline) and Savasana (guided meditation).
May yoga bring peace, healing, and enlightenment into your life.
Namaste.
Helena has been practicing various styles of Hatha Yoga since 1992. She completed her teacher training in the Indra Devi Style of Hatha Yoga in 2003 and is recognized by Yoga Alliance as a certified yoga instructor and is a member of Y.E.S. (Yoga Education Society). She has had additional training as a Silver Age Yoga Instructor and has completed Levels I and II of Reiki Training. Helena has also studied the Alexander Technique and is the co-creator of Yogazander® which is a practice that applies this technique to classical yoga poses. Helena believes that yoga is for everyone and her teaching style emphasizes body awareness, stress relief and flexibility. Her dream is to someday own and operate a yoga refuge on a tropical island. In the meantime, she wishes to bring a little bit of paradise to her students through the practice of yoga.
Jill Weigt has been practicing yoga for over 25 years. She is a Yoga Alliance RYT200 certified Kundalini Yoga instructor and studied at the Soul of Yoga with the Mahanrajs Kaur and Singh in Encinitas, CA. She holds a B.A. from UC Davis and a PhD from the University of Oregon, both in Sociology. When not on the mat, she can be found teaching and doing research on families and poverty, driving teenagers, hiking, traveling (or dreaming about traveling), and eating fine food.
Beth has been practcing yoga for over 15 years and recently became a Kundalini yoga instructor. She is also a certified Healing Touch practitoner and has studied other forms of energy medicine such as Matrix Energetics, Reiki, and Halo Ascension Infusion. She is passionate about connecting with others and facilitating their self-healing. She lives with an open heart and can often be seen “leaking” tears of Love. Beth is excited to be combining Kundalini yoga, energy work and meditation because she knows that all three are paths to self-healing, improved well-being, and living life as our best self
 
I was born in the French part of Switzerland, but lived most of my life in Milan, Italy where I attended the Scala Theater for four years with the desire of becoming a professional dancer. When I got married, I ended up moving with my husband to the US and, although I have always loved to dance, became passionate about yoga.
I have been practicing yoga since 2009 and completed my teacher training at Mt. Yoga in February of 2017.
My main teacher has been Helena Bray who teaches Yogazander at Mt. Yoga.
I have also taken several workshops with different teachers because
I believe strongly yoga is a never ending learning experience.
In the meantime, I have enjoyed the opportunity to assist Helena in yoga classes for seniors at both the Poway Senior Center and the Scripp's Ranch Library. In May 2017 I completed my Silver Age Yoga Certification program through SAYCO (Silver Age Yoga Community Outreach).
On a personal level, practicing yoga has helped me tremendously in my life.
As a stay at home mom of two very active boys, I have had the privilege to spend much time raising them. Yoga has helped me in the different challenging stages of
their growth. I have learned to be more patient and to love them unconditionally and I am appreciative and grateful to give back through my own teaching.
Amanda has been practicing yoga since 2008, when she took her first class and knew she'd found something special! In 2013 Amanda completed teacher training through Yoga Legacy in Raleigh, North Carolina, and became a Registered Yoga Teacher. Her joy for teaching was noticed immediately, and upon graduation she joined the Yoga Legacy team and began teaching classes and facilitating teacher training. Over the last few years Amanda has taught all kinds of yoga classes; from yoga for people with disabilities, to intense hot yoga programs. Her personal style lies somewhere in between. Amanda has a skill for teaching yoga with precision and intention. "Remembering the teaching of BKS Iyengar, I enjoy guiding students through a deep exploration of the poses, by learning to balance each force in the body during every asana." Amanda's classes also incorporate breathing and meditation practices - mindfulness exercises that can extend present moment awareness of thought, breath, and action beyond the classroom and into daily life. Amanda has a passion for and a lifelong commitment to self betterment. Along with daily yoga and meditation, she uses a plant based diet and essential oil alchemy to pursue a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
I began my Yoga practice in 2002 in a gym. I loved how the movement and breath work made me feel – it felt like a whole new world was opening up for me. Knowing that Yoga was so much more then what I was experiencing in the gym I looked for a studio. When I came to Mt. Yoga and took classes and workshops from so many talented and special teachers I knew I had found my Yoga Home.
I took the step in 2016 to go through teacher training at Mt. Yoga – I loved every minute of the training. Being a teacher here now among so many great teachers is a privilege I appreciate so very much. I am committed to the practice – to continue to grow and to teach.
Namaste

Mom, business owner, Levels I and II of Reiki Training, Yoga Alliance registered Yoga teacher, Lover of Life.

Helena spent many years as a stay-at-home mom, practicing yoga at home. Her first formal classes were in 2010 at Toby Wells YMCA. She was fortunate to have excellent teachers who encouraged her to deepen her practice and pursue teaching.
She completed Yoga Teacher Training in 2015 with Manjulali Dasi of San Diego College of Ayurveda and Yin Yoga Teacher Training in 2016 with Sylvi Harwin of Star Song Yoga. Her focus has always been on a greater understanding of the spiritual connection. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge of and experiences with yoga and all aspects of life.
Helena enjoys running and hiking, gardening, long days at the beach, thrift stores and coffee shops. She and her Navy husband are blessed to have four awesome kids and live in Tierrasanta.
Keila Collins was born and raised right here in sunny San Diego. Being the oldest sister in a family heavily involved in numerous competition-level activities (dance, music, theater, gymnastics, tae-kwon-do), Keila gained much early experience in life helping and encouraging younger ones to learn a variety of skills.
At 18 years, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue all things Hollywood. After 12 years working in music, film and television, the show business lifestyle had taken a toll and Keila found herself in an unhealthy and depleted state. So, in 2014 she moved back down to North County and, on her very first day back, took a restorative yoga class that changed her life! At that moment, she knew exactly what she wanted to be when she grew up… a Yogini! From that day on she was determined to fill her days with developing a deeper understanding and dedicated practice of yoga. She discovered the transformative books: Autobiography of a Yogi and The Bhagvad Gita and her life was flooded with light, and the world was somehow new again.
Being the oldest cousin on both sides of her family, Keila has always been skilled at “governing the children’s table” at family dinners. She was able to utilize those skills as a Birthday Party Host at a trampoline fun park for a few years, a specialty “Princess” for private birthday parties, a nanny, and a proud Auntie.
Not long after her yoga journey began, Keila was laying in Savasana when the thought overwhelmed her: where was this when I was little? Of all the activities with which she had been involved through her childhood, none calmed her anxieties or healed like yoga. She knew then that she wanted to bring yoga to the children. Keila followed this realization with action, and was certified to teach yoga to children in early 2016 through the Young Warriors Program at Mantra Yoga Studio in Carlsbad, CA. Soon after she was invited to teach at Solana Ranch Elementary for their after school yoga program. In September of 2016, she furthered her studies to become a Yoga Alliance RYT200 certified yoga instructor, again with Mantra Yoga Studio.
After witnessing the physical and mental changes in herself from living a yogic lifestyle (becoming vegetarian, developing a daily meditation practice, reading spiritual literature, and practicing the asanas), Keila truly believes that anyone at any time can change the course of their life 180 degrees. And she believes that if you can learn how to deal with the frustrations and anxieties of life as a child (mindfulness), you can harness your inner peace and happiness more easily, passing through the tribulations of puberty more easily, to become a mindful, grounded, centered, healthy adult.
Keila is super excited to be teaching here at Mt. Yoga! Using play-based movement, stories, music, rhythm, and imagination, she hopes to guide her young students in their physical practice as well as developing the tools and skills to help themselves in their daily lives at home and school and play!

Peace & Love
Keila

 
I began my yoga practce in 2006 in my home with a DVD and a yoga mat. From there, I decided to take my first yoga class at a gym. Although I enjoyed it, I knew I wanted more than the gym class offered, so I found various studios to call “mine”. I started taking classes at Mt. Yoga in 2012, although it went by a different name then. After taking classes from so many experienced and knowledgeable, not to mention personable, teachers over the next few years, I knew I had found my special place. I took the giant leap to undertake the personal growth and teacher training intensive in 2017, and have not looked back! I look forward to growing and learning with all of the amazing teachers here at Mt. Yoga.
A lifelong seeker of east-west modes of healing and through the encouragement of Mt. Yoga’s incredible staff, I developed a daily practice of yoga and meditation. Whether my practice is 2 minutes or 2 hours, it’s a personal refuge accessible at any time, in any setting and goes where I go. The gifts experienced so far are increased emotional balance, life upliftment, deepened connections to others, boundary setting, natural weight management and repetitive strain injury relief. Access to your personal refuge is unlocked by saying yes to sincere and quality self-care and touching your toes is neither required nor necessary. Yoga is for everybody and every body and my wish for you is to experience the gifts intended for you.
I was born and raised in Israel and moved to the USA in 2008. My first yoga class was at the gym I used to go and I remember , so clearly, how I felt at the final pose, savasana.. Laying on the mat I felt like I am flying.. felt released.. felt free.. a feeling that i had never experienced before.

I decided to join the Mt. Yoga teacher training course to enrich my self and make a deeper spiritual connection to yoga. As I moved forward with the training I realized how amazing and important this practice is, and now I wanted to share it not only with my loved ones but also with others.

See you at class. Shalom and Namaste.



Empath and world spiritualist Shelly Reef travels the globe to activate light in the hearts of humanity. For over 30 years, she has studied and practiced a myriad of meditation forms globally, as well as quantum approach to spirituality, and sound, movement and healing techniques. Shelly is the author of the soon-to-be- released book, “Silent Monkey Meditation: Silence for the wildest of minds”.
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Tracey Plascencia is the owner of Mt. Yoga studio.  Tracey has been practicing yoga for 25 years and teaching for over 20. Her teacher is Swami Maha-tarananda who’s teacher was Sri Goswami Kriyananda , the founder and Spiritual Preceptor of the Temple of Kriya Yoga. He carried the flame of the Kriya Lineage through the mystical Teachings of his Guru, Paramahansa Yogananda.

Tracey is a registered Yoga Teacher, Educator of Yoga Teacher's and Prenatal Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance. Additionally, she has two national fitness certifications and is a Certified Tennis Professional with the United States Professional Tennis Association with education in sports specific athletic training.

"My Intention is to foster the desire for students to live their most meaningful and fulfilling lives through transforming their body, mind and spirit. With the practice of yoga you will not only learn the tools to achieve optimal physical health, but techniques for more joy and serenity in your life. With this practice we learn contentful living by opening our heart and connecting with humanity. Yoga teaches and reminds us we are not alone, but part of the greater unity of life."

My journey on the yoga path began after I gave up performing as a professional dancer, which I had done from the age of sixteen. I joined a health club to stay physically fit, and ended up teaching Latin Dance, Belly Dance, Pilates, and other aerobic formats. I’d always found yoga enjoyable, especially the spiritual aspects, but when I discovered the flowing style of Vinyasa Yoga, I knew I’d found my niche. Having a dance background, the rhythmic flow of Vinyasa, synchronizing movement with breath, came naturally to me, and yoga became a moving meditation that left me feeling both invigorated and blissfully calm. I was addicted, and soon enrolled in a yoga teacher training so that I could learn more and become a certified yoga instructor.
My classes are designed with a holistic approach: To heal the body through improving core strength, muscle tone, balance, and flexibility; to heal the spirit through a self-nurturing attitude; and to bring tranquility to the mind through pranayama (breath discipline) and Savasana (guided meditation).
May yoga bring peace, healing, and enlightenment into your life.
Namaste.
Helena has been practicing various styles of Hatha Yoga since 1992. She completed her teacher training in the Indra Devi Style of Hatha Yoga in 2003 and is recognized by Yoga Alliance as a certified yoga instructor and is a member of Y.E.S. (Yoga Education Society). She has had additional training as a Silver Age Yoga Instructor and has completed Levels I and II of Reiki Training. Helena has also studied the Alexander Technique and is the co-creator of Yogazander® which is a practice that applies this technique to classical yoga poses. Helena believes that yoga is for everyone and her teaching style emphasizes body awareness, stress relief and flexibility. Her dream is to someday own and operate a yoga refuge on a tropical island. In the meantime, she wishes to bring a little bit of paradise to her students through the practice of yoga.
Jill Weigt has been practicing yoga for over 25 years. She is a Yoga Alliance RYT200 certified Kundalini Yoga instructor and studied at the Soul of Yoga with the Mahanrajs Kaur and Singh in Encinitas, CA. She holds a B.A. from UC Davis and a PhD from the University of Oregon, both in Sociology. When not on the mat, she can be found teaching and doing research on families and poverty, driving teenagers, hiking, traveling (or dreaming about traveling), and eating fine food.
Beth has been practcing yoga for over 15 years and recently became a Kundalini yoga instructor. She is also a certified Healing Touch practitoner and has studied other forms of energy medicine such as Matrix Energetics, Reiki, and Halo Ascension Infusion. She is passionate about connecting with others and facilitating their self-healing. She lives with an open heart and can often be seen “leaking” tears of Love. Beth is excited to be combining Kundalini yoga, energy work and meditation because she knows that all three are paths to self-healing, improved well-being, and living life as our best self
 
I was born in the French part of Switzerland, but lived most of my life in Milan, Italy where I attended the Scala Theater for four years with the desire of becoming a professional dancer. When I got married, I ended up moving with my husband to the US and, although I have always loved to dance, became passionate about yoga.
I have been practicing yoga since 2009 and completed my teacher training at Mt. Yoga in February of 2017.
My main teacher has been Helena Bray who teaches Yogazander at Mt. Yoga.
I have also taken several workshops with different teachers because
I believe strongly yoga is a never ending learning experience.
In the meantime, I have enjoyed the opportunity to assist Helena in yoga classes for seniors at both the Poway Senior Center and the Scripp's Ranch Library. In May 2017 I completed my Silver Age Yoga Certification program through SAYCO (Silver Age Yoga Community Outreach).
On a personal level, practicing yoga has helped me tremendously in my life.
As a stay at home mom of two very active boys, I have had the privilege to spend much time raising them. Yoga has helped me in the different challenging stages of
their growth. I have learned to be more patient and to love them unconditionally and I am appreciative and grateful to give back through my own teaching.
Amanda has been practicing yoga since 2008, when she took her first class and knew she'd found something special! In 2013 Amanda completed teacher training through Yoga Legacy in Raleigh, North Carolina, and became a Registered Yoga Teacher. Her joy for teaching was noticed immediately, and upon graduation she joined the Yoga Legacy team and began teaching classes and facilitating teacher training. Over the last few years Amanda has taught all kinds of yoga classes; from yoga for people with disabilities, to intense hot yoga programs. Her personal style lies somewhere in between. Amanda has a skill for teaching yoga with precision and intention. "Remembering the teaching of BKS Iyengar, I enjoy guiding students through a deep exploration of the poses, by learning to balance each force in the body during every asana." Amanda's classes also incorporate breathing and meditation practices - mindfulness exercises that can extend present moment awareness of thought, breath, and action beyond the classroom and into daily life. Amanda has a passion for and a lifelong commitment to self betterment. Along with daily yoga and meditation, she uses a plant based diet and essential oil alchemy to pursue a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
I began my Yoga practice in 2002 in a gym. I loved how the movement and breath work made me feel – it felt like a whole new world was opening up for me. Knowing that Yoga was so much more then what I was experiencing in the gym I looked for a studio. When I came to Mt. Yoga and took classes and workshops from so many talented and special teachers I knew I had found my Yoga Home.
I took the step in 2016 to go through teacher training at Mt. Yoga – I loved every minute of the training. Being a teacher here now among so many great teachers is a privilege I appreciate so very much. I am committed to the practice – to continue to grow and to teach.
Namaste

Mom, business owner, Levels I and II of Reiki Training, Yoga Alliance registered Yoga teacher, Lover of Life.

Helena spent many years as a stay-at-home mom, practicing yoga at home. Her first formal classes were in 2010 at Toby Wells YMCA. She was fortunate to have excellent teachers who encouraged her to deepen her practice and pursue teaching.
She completed Yoga Teacher Training in 2015 with Manjulali Dasi of San Diego College of Ayurveda and Yin Yoga Teacher Training in 2016 with Sylvi Harwin of Star Song Yoga. Her focus has always been on a greater understanding of the spiritual connection. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge of and experiences with yoga and all aspects of life.
Helena enjoys running and hiking, gardening, long days at the beach, thrift stores and coffee shops. She and her Navy husband are blessed to have four awesome kids and live in Tierrasanta.
Keila Collins was born and raised right here in sunny San Diego. Being the oldest sister in a family heavily involved in numerous competition-level activities (dance, music, theater, gymnastics, tae-kwon-do), Keila gained much early experience in life helping and encouraging younger ones to learn a variety of skills.
At 18 years, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue all things Hollywood. After 12 years working in music, film and television, the show business lifestyle had taken a toll and Keila found herself in an unhealthy and depleted state. So, in 2014 she moved back down to North County and, on her very first day back, took a restorative yoga class that changed her life! At that moment, she knew exactly what she wanted to be when she grew up… a Yogini! From that day on she was determined to fill her days with developing a deeper understanding and dedicated practice of yoga. She discovered the transformative books: Autobiography of a Yogi and The Bhagvad Gita and her life was flooded with light, and the world was somehow new again.
Being the oldest cousin on both sides of her family, Keila has always been skilled at “governing the children’s table” at family dinners. She was able to utilize those skills as a Birthday Party Host at a trampoline fun park for a few years, a specialty “Princess” for private birthday parties, a nanny, and a proud Auntie.
Not long after her yoga journey began, Keila was laying in Savasana when the thought overwhelmed her: where was this when I was little? Of all the activities with which she had been involved through her childhood, none calmed her anxieties or healed like yoga. She knew then that she wanted to bring yoga to the children. Keila followed this realization with action, and was certified to teach yoga to children in early 2016 through the Young Warriors Program at Mantra Yoga Studio in Carlsbad, CA. Soon after she was invited to teach at Solana Ranch Elementary for their after school yoga program. In September of 2016, she furthered her studies to become a Yoga Alliance RYT200 certified yoga instructor, again with Mantra Yoga Studio.
After witnessing the physical and mental changes in herself from living a yogic lifestyle (becoming vegetarian, developing a daily meditation practice, reading spiritual literature, and practicing the asanas), Keila truly believes that anyone at any time can change the course of their life 180 degrees. And she believes that if you can learn how to deal with the frustrations and anxieties of life as a child (mindfulness), you can harness your inner peace and happiness more easily, passing through the tribulations of puberty more easily, to become a mindful, grounded, centered, healthy adult.
Keila is super excited to be teaching here at Mt. Yoga! Using play-based movement, stories, music, rhythm, and imagination, she hopes to guide her young students in their physical practice as well as developing the tools and skills to help themselves in their daily lives at home and school and play!

Peace & Love
Keila

 
I began my yoga practce in 2006 in my home with a DVD and a yoga mat. From there, I decided to take my first yoga class at a gym. Although I enjoyed it, I knew I wanted more than the gym class offered, so I found various studios to call “mine”. I started taking classes at Mt. Yoga in 2012, although it went by a different name then. After taking classes from so many experienced and knowledgeable, not to mention personable, teachers over the next few years, I knew I had found my special place. I took the giant leap to undertake the personal growth and teacher training intensive in 2017, and have not looked back! I look forward to growing and learning with all of the amazing teachers here at Mt. Yoga.
A lifelong seeker of east-west modes of healing and through the encouragement of Mt. Yoga’s incredible staff, I developed a daily practice of yoga and meditation. Whether my practice is 2 minutes or 2 hours, it’s a personal refuge accessible at any time, in any setting and goes where I go. The gifts experienced so far are increased emotional balance, life upliftment, deepened connections to others, boundary setting, natural weight management and repetitive strain injury relief. Access to your personal refuge is unlocked by saying yes to sincere and quality self-care and touching your toes is neither required nor necessary. Yoga is for everybody and every body and my wish for you is to experience the gifts intended for you.


Empath and world spiritualist Shelly Reef travels the globe to activate light in the hearts of humanity. For over 30 years, she has studied and practiced a myriad of meditation forms globally, as well as quantum approach to spirituality, and sound, movement and healing techniques. Shelly is the author of the soon-to-be- released book, “Silent Monkey Meditation: Silence for the wildest of minds”.
Michelle Davis found yoga in 2014 seeking a form of fitness that was kinder to the body than Barre or working out on gym equipment. The journey began to offer so much more than she ever imagined possible. In 2015, she found herself enrolled in 200hr Yoga Teacher training while helping to manage Elite Yoga studio. She has completed 200hr certification in Vinyasa with Yin training. She often says “Yoga chose me”.

Michelle continues to attend many workshops and training's to enhance her teaching and be able to share with her students. Her next step will be to attend and complete her 500hr RYT. As an avid fitness enthusiast, Michelle has also completed a marathon benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma society and is also certified to teach Spin cycle and METAFIT HIIT.

Her favorite pastimes include outdoor yoga, SUP yoga, hiking and spending time with her Boxers Maggie and Bentley. Michelle is more than thrilled to be able to share her passion for yoga and meditation with the Mt. Yoga community.

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Tracey Plascencia is the owner of Mt. Yoga studio.  Tracey has been practicing yoga for 25 years and teaching for over 20. Her teacher is Swami Maha-tarananda who’s teacher was Sri Goswami Kriyananda , the founder and Spiritual Preceptor of the Temple of Kriya Yoga. He carried the flame of the Kriya Lineage through the mystical Teachings of his Guru, Paramahansa Yogananda.

Tracey is a registered Yoga Teacher, Educator of Yoga Teacher's and Prenatal Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance. Additionally, she has two national fitness certifications and is a Certified Tennis Professional with the United States Professional Tennis Association with education in sports specific athletic training.

"My Intention is to foster the desire for students to live their most meaningful and fulfilling lives through transforming their body, mind and spirit. With the practice of yoga you will not only learn the tools to achieve optimal physical health, but techniques for more joy and serenity in your life. With this practice we learn contentful living by opening our heart and connecting with humanity. Yoga teaches and reminds us we are not alone, but part of the greater unity of life."

I was born in the French part of Switzerland, but lived most of my life in Milan, Italy where I attended the Scala Theater for four years with the desire of becoming a professional dancer. When I got married, I ended up moving with my husband to the US and, although I have always loved to dance, became passionate about yoga.
I have been practicing yoga since 2009 and completed my teacher training at Mt. Yoga in February of 2017.
My main teacher has been Helena Bray who teaches Yogazander at Mt. Yoga.
I have also taken several workshops with different teachers because
I believe strongly yoga is a never ending learning experience.
In the meantime, I have enjoyed the opportunity to assist Helena in yoga classes for seniors at both the Poway Senior Center and the Scripp's Ranch Library. In May 2017 I completed my Silver Age Yoga Certification program through SAYCO (Silver Age Yoga Community Outreach).
On a personal level, practicing yoga has helped me tremendously in my life.
As a stay at home mom of two very active boys, I have had the privilege to spend much time raising them. Yoga has helped me in the different challenging stages of
their growth. I have learned to be more patient and to love them unconditionally and I am appreciative and grateful to give back through my own teaching.
Amanda has been practicing yoga since 2008, when she took her first class and knew she'd found something special! In 2013 Amanda completed teacher training through Yoga Legacy in Raleigh, North Carolina, and became a Registered Yoga Teacher. Her joy for teaching was noticed immediately, and upon graduation she joined the Yoga Legacy team and began teaching classes and facilitating teacher training. Over the last few years Amanda has taught all kinds of yoga classes; from yoga for people with disabilities, to intense hot yoga programs. Her personal style lies somewhere in between. Amanda has a skill for teaching yoga with precision and intention. "Remembering the teaching of BKS Iyengar, I enjoy guiding students through a deep exploration of the poses, by learning to balance each force in the body during every asana." Amanda's classes also incorporate breathing and meditation practices - mindfulness exercises that can extend present moment awareness of thought, breath, and action beyond the classroom and into daily life. Amanda has a passion for and a lifelong commitment to self betterment. Along with daily yoga and meditation, she uses a plant based diet and essential oil alchemy to pursue a healthy and balanced lifestyle.
Helena spent many years as a stay-at-home mom, practicing yoga at home. Her first formal classes were in 2010 at Toby Wells YMCA. She was fortunate to have excellent teachers who encouraged her to deepen her practice and pursue teaching.
She completed Yoga Teacher Training in 2015 with Manjulali Dasi of San Diego College of Ayurveda and Yin Yoga Teacher Training in 2016 with Sylvi Harwin of Star Song Yoga. Her focus has always been on a greater understanding of the spiritual connection. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge of and experiences with yoga and all aspects of life.
Helena enjoys running and hiking, gardening, long days at the beach, thrift stores and coffee shops. She and her Navy husband are blessed to have four awesome kids and live in Tierrasanta.
I began my Yoga practice in 2002 in a gym. I loved how the movement and breath work made me feel – it felt like a whole new world was opening up for me. Knowing that Yoga was so much more then what I was experiencing in the gym I looked for a studio. When I came to Mt. Yoga and took classes and workshops from so many talented and special teachers I knew I had found my Yoga Home.
I took the step in 2016 to go through teacher training at Mt. Yoga – I loved every minute of the training. Being a teacher here now among so many great teachers is a privilege I appreciate so very much. I am committed to the practice – to continue to grow and to teach.
Namaste

Mom, business owner, Levels I and II of Reiki Training, Yoga Alliance registered Yoga teacher, Lover of Life.

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Tracey Plascencia is the owner of Mt. Yoga studio.  Tracey has been practicing yoga for 25 years and teaching for over 20. Her teacher is Swami Maha-tarananda who’s teacher was Sri Goswami Kriyananda , the founder and Spiritual Preceptor of the Temple of Kriya Yoga. He carried the flame of the Kriya Lineage through the mystical Teachings of his Guru, Paramahansa Yogananda.

Tracey is a registered Yoga Teacher, Educator of Yoga Teacher's and Prenatal Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance. Additionally, she has two national fitness certifications and is a Certified Tennis Professional with the United States Professional Tennis Association with education in sports specific athletic training.

"My Intention is to foster the desire for students to live their most meaningful and fulfilling lives through transforming their body, mind and spirit. With the practice of yoga you will not only learn the tools to achieve optimal physical health, but techniques for more joy and serenity in your life. With this practice we learn contentful living by opening our heart and connecting with humanity. Yoga teaches and reminds us we are not alone, but part of the greater unity of life."

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