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© 2019 Malaika DosRemedios
 

FACULTY

Mind. Body. Joy. faculty are a devoted group of outstanding individuals who teach from a heart centered place and share and give to the world assisting and guiding others on their yogic path on and off the mat. 

 

Our teachers only teach that which we know and we practice ourselves, from a place of honesty and authenticity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Malaika DosRemedios (E-RYT 500, YACEP)

Mind. Body. Joy.
Creator / Lead Trainer

BSW- Bachelors of Social Work from the University of Vermont, USA ERYT-500 International Yoga Instructor- has been leading and guiding others on their yogic path since 2009 all over the globe. When Malaika is off the mat, she is in the world living life with great passion and to the fullest. She enjoys cooking and spending time with loved ones, being in nature, hiking and talking to people. 

To learn more about Malaika, click here. 

 

 

 

 

Nicole Catenazzi (E-RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP)

Mind. Body. Joy.

Trainer

 

Nicole first experienced the transformational potential of yoga in a tropical jungle in Costa Rica and credits the practice for bringing her into a state of present-moment awareness of body and mind. Now a 500-hour certified yoga instructor, she specializes in teaching in hatha, vinyasa, and restorative yoga practices so that others may experience the same. Her goal as a teacher is to help you find your power, your potential and your peace through movement, meditation and self-inquiry; encouraging you to listen to what your body needs, and inviting you to respond with compassionate acceptance.

 

Based near Toronto, Canada, Nicole has led retreats and events around the world, including her workshop Fearless Heart Flow, which combines yogic practices with expressive writing prompts. An avid traveller and lover of all things personal growth and development, Nicole has done self-directed study in neurobiology, life coaching, neuro-linguistic programming, writing, functional movement, philosophy, dance, and art.


To learn more about Nicole, click here.