OUR TEAM

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SHAUNA BOLES

Shauna is the owner/director/lead teacher of  The Yoga Room. She has lived in Cleburne for 25 years, practiced yoga for about 8 years, and has been teaching yoga for 4 years.  Shauna received her Live, Love, Teach certification at The Yoga Project in Mansfield and is currently a registered E-RYT 200 hour with Yoga Alliance and also holds a Rocket Yoga 50 hour teaching certification from It’s Yoga, Int’l.  Although her emphasis is on the strenuous, physical vinyasa flows with an inclination toward the playful side of the practice, she encourages students to use the asanas to find inner strength and ease of breath and body. Her philosophy is that the physical practice is a metaphor for how we can live our best life off the mat and in our world. “You have to take it really slowly. You can’t rush. You can’t skip to the next position. You find yourself in very humiliating situations, but you can’t judge yourself. You just have to breathe, and let go. It is a workout for your mind, your body and your soul.” ~Madonna~     I couldn’t agree more!

 

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GINGER TANEM

Ginger lives in Cleburne and works as a math curriculum specialist for Cleburne ISD. She is dedicated to this yoga journey and helping to guide you through your own.  Through the healing practice of yoga she has found physical, mental, and emotional peace. She hopes to lead her clients down the same path to physical and spiritual wholeness, and peace.  She graduated from Dream Catcher Yoga Training with her 200 RYT in December of 2016.

 

ALEX RHEA

Alex started her yoga journey in 2013 and noticed, after only a few classes, a change within herself where she felt her spirit awaken and finally understood the meaning of gratitude, self-compassion and mindfulness. She wanted to help others find the same qualities in life. She journeyed, alone, to India where she got her 200 hr RYT and feels it was completely humbling as well as fascinating to learn from such a traditional approach. It is hard, she says, to describe how much this practice has changed her in just a few sentences, but she realizes that there is no way to learn it ALL in a lifetime. She knows that yoga is a process of self-inquiry and a way to deepen the awareness of body, mind and spirit. She is thrilled to be using her journey to positively affect our community through teaching the practice. She is reminded by her students, daily, that she will forever be a student of this practice and would like to express gratitude to all who are kind enough to allow her to guide their path.