Kathleen Sheets Owner/Director
Kathleen has been teaching Hatha Yoga in Kitsap County Washington since 2006. She teaches alignment based vinyasa, restorative & Yin yoga and is most interested in the Mind/Body connection and the internal insight gained through the physical practice. Her main teachers and influences are teachers that have training in the Iyengar tradition, although she draws from other traditions. Kathleen began her yoga practice as a teenager, practiced off and on for years before settling into a more consistent practice in 2001.
Her students range from teenagers and young adults at Olympic College to senior citizens. In addition to more than 15 years and thousands of hours of teaching Kathleen has a 500 hour certification from Pacific Yoga Teacher Training and is an E-RYT 500 according to standards set by Yoga Alliance. She completed a 50 hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training program with Bernie Clark.
She is also a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider (YACEP).
In addition Kathleen has a teaching certificate from ParaYoga; Marma: Principles of Enlightened Practice and a certificate in Trauma Informed Yoga from Yoga Behind Bars.
Kathleen is trained in Integrated Restoration, iRest®, a researched based Yoga Nidra practice, a simple form of meditation with ancient roots, designed for modern living.
Rachel came to yoga later in her life. She had studied Eastern Philosophy and Buddhism early in her college years, but had never started a serious yoga practice until 2010.It was at Sol Yoga in Seattle, that she discovered her community of yogis. She found her teachers, Adrienne Rabena and Allison Mahaffy at Sol yoga in 2011 and studied with them exclusively in studio for 2 years. In 2013 Rachel and her husband decided to leave the PNW to volunteer at a Wildlife refuge in Belize. Being without a formal studio, allowed Rachel to hone her personal practice both on and off the mat. It was through this experience that nature and simplicity began to deepen her understanding of yoga beyond the poses.Upon returning to Seattle in 2014, Rachel knew that she wanted to take her practice deeper.She would attend workshops and online courses, but it wasn’t until 2018 that she decided to go through a formal teacher training. She recently graduated from The Craft of Teaching Yoga 200hr RYT at Bohemian Studios with Adrienne and Eric Rabena. Rachel teaches a creative, intuitive Vinyasa ﬂow that holds space for the student to explore their own practice throughout the class. She believes the richness of yoga is a gift that has something to teach you every time you are able to relax and open yourself up to it. She draws attention to the breath within the movement, enabling students to start to look inside and get curious about whats dancing around within the mind, body spirit.
All the systems of nature work perfectly. Nothing rushed, nothing judged…but yet, it all works perfectly. Every single time. You are nature and you work perfectly. – Alan Watts
Erin Quinn is a 200 hr RYT, a Reiki healer, a tarot card reader, a trauma-informed educator, and a lover of healing with nature. Originally from upstate New York, Erin has been a part of the Kitsap community for almost 7 years. She completed her YTT and meditation training at Blooming Lotus Yoga in Bali under the guidance of Lily Goncalves and Ramananda Mayi, and teaches Hatha, Vinyasa, Gentle Flow, Power Flow, and Meditation classes.
Erin views yoga as so much more than contorting your body into postures on the mat, she knows yoga as a chance to truly heal and know your true self in all practices of living. For her this practice has created space to heal and grow infinitely, and one of her favorite parts of being a teacher is being able to pass that gift along to others of all ages, shapes, and abilities. Erin’s classes are creative, inclusive, and have a strong emphasis on the ancient art of quieting the mind to find the well of wisdom which dwells within.
I have been a certified yoga teacher for one year and am registered with the Yoga Alliance. I completed my 200-hour certification right here at Indigo Moon Yoga.
I have always loved the physical side of yoga and attended classes at the various base gyms throughout the United States as we moved around with the Navy. But it wasn’t until 2016 that I began to understand the mind, body, spirit connection; which increased my desire to learn more about yoga as a philosophy; rather than the gym class that is only focused on physical movement.
Now as a mental health therapist, I really enjoy helping my clients with breathing and meditation techniques; as well as movement. I have so much passion for sharing the benefits of yoga with others and am constantly growing in my own practice.
I look forward to working with you all!
Kirsten sees yoga as a process continually needing tending to ensure we listen to our bodies and use less force in relating to ourselves on and off the mat. The subtle balancing act between a corporate architecture career, yoga devotee and yoga teaching keeps her engaged and connected to the practice. When not in down dog or designing a building, you can find Kirsten picking fruits and vegetables from her backyard garden, seeing the world from a paddleboard or hiking in the OP
Lynette came to yoga after being diagnosed with Fibromyalgia at the age of 32. Searching for more natural ways to heal her body from debilitating pain, a friend suggested she try yoga – and she was instantly hooked. Lynette loved the way the physical practice of yoga could be adapted to suit her individual body’s needs, which, over time, helped her regain mobility and relief from pain. Eager to learn more, she began what is now a 20+ year journey into the study and practice of yoga asana, yoga philosophy, pranayama, meditation and Yoga Nidra. Many classes, workshops, trainings and retreats later, Lynette knew it was her dharma to share the gift of yoga with others. In 2015 she completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training program with Colleen Hieber, Melissa Christensen and Aileen Pham at Spectra Yoga. She completed her 300-hour advanced yoga teacher training in June 2018 with Courtney Parkyn, Megan Bello, Liz Heffernan & Alison Scola through Soma Yoga Institute and Better Living Yoga.
Lynette believes that yoga is accessible to everyone, regardless of age, fitness level, injuries, or conditions. Recognizing that no two bodies are the same, she takes an adaptive approach to teaching, creating space for students to discover and embrace their uniqueness and approach their yoga practice in an authentic way that supports their individual needs. Her intention is to compassionately meet each student where they are and support them on their individual journey to a deeper connection with body, breath and spirit so they may fully experience the many beautiful healing benefits of yoga. Lynette holds RYT 500 from Yoga Alliance.