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Second Saturday Satsang

This class is taught by:

Steven Sadlier

Steven S. Sadleir is the Director of the Self Awareness Institute (SAI), www.SelfAwareness.com, a Kundalini Master in the lineage of Vethathiri Maharishi and a Siddha Yogi in the lineage of Sri Sri Sri Shivabalayogi Maharaj; he has been teaching for over thirty years and has students in over 120 countries. Steven has written a best-selling book on world religions, published half a dozen books on self-awareness and spiritual philosophy, and he appears in two new spiritual movies – 3 Magic Words and Spiritual Revolution. Swami Steven is also the Host of the Hallmark Channel’s television series called SpiritClips and hosts his own radio show online listened to all over the world called Enlightenment Radio. Steven has also worked as an economist, world banker, investment banker, fund manager and consultant to businesses and teaches enlightenment to key executives. Steven will be teaching yoga philosophy and meditation.

Max Rennie

Bio: I started practicing yoga due to a prolonged state of intense suffering. I was living a very spiritually, mentally, and physically damaging lifestyle. I was suicidal and every day was a struggle to simply 'be'. Yoga became my "gateway drug," if you will, that lead me down the path of love and enlightenment. This has changed my life, and the lives of those around me, forever. Being able to utilize my life experiences to help others through teaching has created so much abundance in my life. I teach my classes for people in all walks of life. From the broken souls that see no light at the end of the tunnel to the warrior within that wants to come out and play, I look forward to our paths crossing. Namaste.
Teaching Style: Rhythmic Stillness. Postures designed to challenge the mind and body while maintaining breath awareness to promote a meditative state through an effort-full class.
3 things I would put in a time capsule: My water bottle, kindle, and my moldavite necklace.

Find Me: Facebook @maxrennieyoga

Michaela Drageset

Bio: Michaela is a passionate, yoga teacher and alternative health practitioner who works with different types of yoga, meditation and trance-work to help people accomplish changes in their life in a profound way. As an instructor, she continues to learn and grow in all things yoga so she can bring it to her students. Her introduction to natural healing arts started when Michaela was growing up on the island of Maui with surfers, yogis, painters and healers all around her but Michaela wandered from there. Michaela continued to practice meditation and movement arts at different points throughout her life, and as Michaela moved into adulthood, she found yoga and breathwork again where she felt at home and wanted to teach it, but life had other plans for her including four beautiful children. However, when the time was right, almost eight years after she started her family, she studied intensively with Doug Swenson attending Sadhana Yoga Chi, which is foundationally Astanga. Michaela received her 500 Hr Certification with him in 2013 and taught ever since and is now and E-RYT500 and Yoga Alliance Certified Education Provider. With her love of yoga as a cornerstone, she continued to expand her knowledge with TYS Aerial Yoga I, II, III, and Gentle Aerial Yoga; Unnata Aerial Yoga I, II; Treat While You Train, a Yoga Tune-Up Format, and Yoga For First Responders, a Trauma Informed Yoga. As Michaela aims to bring you an informed practice she continues to learn through Loyola Marymount's Yoga Philosophy Program so there is always something new to learn from her. But she hasn't stopped there; she has studied over 200 hours of in-depth trance-work with the San Diego Hypnosis Institute with David Snyder and is currently working through 700 Hours with Hypnotist Practitioners Training Institute where she continues in personal client work with the subconscious mind. With everything that she has learned, her purpose in guiding people has become about teaching people compassion to love themselves in an integrated way that supports their goals in life while finding balance and strength in every aspect. She aims to make hearts a little lighter and bring joy to the world, to be an Elevation Through Inspiration.


Teaching Style: Graceful Movement, Alignment-focused combined with Inner Wisdom


3 Things for a time capsule: A Camera with Family and Friend Photos, Pen/Paints and Paper, a Bottle of Ho’okipa Sand


Find Me: Facebook @michaeladragesetyoga; Instagram @michaeladrageset

Ashley McKeachie

Bio: Ashley McKeachie is a certified yoga therapist and registered yoga teacher, who has been committed to teaching the power of yoga since 2011. She received her yoga therapy certification from Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in 2014, and three years later, she graduated with her Masters in Yoga Studies from LMU in 2017. She spends most of her time working with chronic pain patients at the Orange County Pain and Wellness Center, and teaches as adjunct faculty at Orange Coast College, where she oversees the yoga program. Along with private yoga therapy sessions, corporate yoga, and leading yoga teacher trainings, Ashley loves to teach
diverse group yoga classes at Spectra Yoga since the opening of the studio in 2015. Recently, she was chosen as one of the featured faculty for Spectra Yoga’s 300-hour advanced yoga teacher training, beginning in September 2018, where Ashley will teach Sanskrit, ancient texts, Tantra,
and Therapeutic yoga.
Ashley began her yoga journey in January 2010, with a background of over twenty years of ballet, jazz, and modern dance. After being diagnosed with thyroid disease in 2006, Ashley went through two sessions of radioactive iodine to reduce the size of her overactive thyroid. The radiation left her feeling lethargic, weak, unmotivated, and desperate for better overall health. Yoga was introduced to Ashley by her favorite Pilates instructor, and she has not looked back
since! Yoga completely changed Ashley's body, mind, and spirit, strengthening her physical, mental, and emotional self. Ashley focuses on positivity, visualization, and themes in her yoga classes. She welcomes all types of students who are interested in the yoga experience; especially those who want to enhance their quality of life.

Teaching Style: Ashley believes that yoga is not in a rush, and her classes are focused on slow, elegant movements that compliment rich, deep inhales, and long, smooth exhales. Expect to move through honey, as Ashley inspires you to connect to your true self, the source of all confidence,
wisdom, and joy.
3 Things I would put in a time capsule:
DVD Copy of Jaws (First scary movie that instilled a massive fear of swimming in the ocean), Margarita Pizza from Florence, Italy (Ashley lived in Italy for 10 years), Book Copy of Heart of Yoga, by TKV Desikachar
Find Me: FB & IG- @AshleyMcKeachieYoga

Ambia Phelan

Bio: Ambia has been in the fitness industry for about 4 years teaching everything from Glucofit to seniors, fitness classes to children, bootcamps, killer circuits, and her favorite TRX. Coming from an active yet not so healthy background Ambia has found that true fitness comes not just from working out physically but also mentally and spiritually. She encourages you to exercise every part of yourself in order to live to your full potential. Ambia is a world traveler, entrepreneur, adrenaline junkie, and a student to life.
Certifications: NASM, TRX
Teaching Style: I use functional training to get the best overall strength and endurance combo for your body. My workouts are hard but fun, I'll push you out of your comfort zone but not to an unsafe extent. I'm a stickler for form and technique and will make sure you are producing quality movements from the beginning of class to the end.
3 Things I would put in a time Capsule: My journal, A picture of my family, My favorite poem "The Road Not Taken"
Find Me: Instagram @ambiarossiter

Aundy Weeks

Bio: Aundy began yoga quite some time ago with a home practice. Her practice then ebbed and flowed until 2009 when her life had become unmanageable. She began practicing at a studio and quickly jumped into a 200 hour Dayton Method teacher training with the intention to just further her practice and to immerse more deeply into the yoga life. However, the passion and love she found was boundless and she wanted to share the life changing experience with others. She has been teaching steadily since January of 2010. In spring of 2014 she took another training but this time a 200 hour Warrior Flow certification because she believes the marriage of these two practices results in a well rounded mind body and spirit. Soon after this she discovered Yin yoga which resonated deeply within her and she took the training because she knew what balance this would bring to the mind. Now, this family of styles offers such opportunity to bring yoga to everyone. She teaches with passion and truly from the heart with a playful spirit.
Teaching Style: Genuine, loving and encouraging
3 things I would put in a time capsule: 1) Yoga mat, 2) Picture of family, friends & pets, 3) Gratitude List
Find Me: Facebook @Aundy, Instagram @Aundyweeks

Lauren R Ramsey

Bio: Lauren first started her yoga journey in 2007 after the end of a long term relationship. After experiencing the challenges of yoga in her first class she was immediately hooked! Throughout the years she was able to build self-confidence, mindfulness, and strength with a regular practice. Lauren also used yoga as a tool to help her heal from years of chronic back pain. Finally, in 2014 she took the long awaited leap of faith and decided to become a certified teacher. Lauren completed her 200-hour certification through Ra Yoga. In the months following her certification, Lauren has volunteered her time to teach for those in her workspace and for a local recovery center. As a California native Lauren enjoys spending time in the outdoors, as well as curling up to a good book. Her main goals as a new teacher are to expose as many people as possible to the benefits of yoga as well as build confidence and balance.
 Teaching Style: My teaching style would best be described as flowing yet precise. I love the transition from asana to asana but emphasize the importance of alignment.
3 things I would put in a time capsule: 1) Sriracha! I can't live a day without it. 2) a space heater (or anything warm). I'm constantly cold and love being bundled up. 3) My kindle. I'm a sucker for a good book or anything that expands my knowledge.
Find Me: Instagram @lil_lauren8 or Lauren Ramsey on Facebook :)

Melissa Christensen

Bio: Lead Teacher Trainer for Spectra School of Yoga - Yoga quickly became a way of life for Melissa when she noticed that the most significant impact of her practice was happening off the mat. With a strong desire to find a deeper meaning and more balanced way of life, she delved into the authentic teachings and philosophy behind the science and practice of yoga. Now an E-RYT500 Yoga Alliance certified teacher, having graduated from Yoga Pura’s 500-hour Advanced Studies & Teacher Training program in Phoenix, AZ, she is devoted to sharing her passion for yoga and the gift this transformational practice offers to all of her students. Her teaching style is balanced between the philosophical and physical offerings of yoga. Whether it’s through flowing vinyasa movement or a slow quiet practice like yin, she takes students on a journey. Using the tools of yoga, married with skillfully selected music and postures, she offers insights and experiments that encourage students to notice unhelpful habits in an effort to find greater joy and peace on and off the mat. Her intention is to challenge both your body and mind - question your perception of reality - leaving you with a profound opportunity for transformation. Fulfilling a deepening intention to teach and share this practice, she is now co-lead teacher for Spectra School of Yoga's Teacher Training program. Melissa is forever thankful to her teachers and friends for guiding and encouraging her as she continues to deepen her own practice and teachings.
Teaching Style: My teaching style is balanced between the philosophical and physical offerings of yoga. Whether it’s through flowing vinyasa movement or a slow quiet practice like yin, both with a mindful focus on breath, I take students on a journey. Using the tools of yoga and sharing personal experiences married with skillfully selected music and postures, I offer insights and experiments that encourage students to notice unhelpful habits in an effort to find greater joy and peace on and off the mat. My intention is to challenge both your body and mind - and question your perception of reality - leaving you with a profound opportunity for transformation.
3 things that I would put in a time capsule: Picture of me and my husband; a Jai Uttal CD and a Cookbook about all things Bacon. :)
Find Me: www.yoginimelissac.com and www.yinyins.com

Christine Rolfe

Bio: Christine started to meditate when she was around 6 years old, staring at a Holly Hobby picture on the wall to settle her mind at night. Only decades later did she learn she was practicing Trataka, the meditative practice of gazing at an external object. Perhaps it is no surprise that Christine was naturally drawn to meditation and started practicing again as a way to calm her mind and increase mindfulness in her daily life.
As Christine continued to develop her meditation practice, she experienced even more benefits including reduced insomnia, more focus and an increased connectedness with life. She was happier. She was drawn to the practice and wanted to learn as much about meditation as possible. Christine explains “If I can meditate (with my over-active mind) anyone can!"
Christine became certified to teach the Simple, Easy, Every Day Meditation (SEED Meditation®) created by Sarah McLean. She also holds a BA in Communications and Business Economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her desire is to teach meditation to individuals or groups looking for a way to improve their well-being through meditation. Her smile grows even larger when teaching people who are new to meditation as she loves the idea of spreading the practice. Christine lives in Orange County with her husband, teenage son and two furry friends, Ruka and Maya. Her interests outside of meditation include hiking, yoga, writing and traveling.
Teaching Style: Meditation is the practice of bringing your gentle attention to a focus again and again. The focus could be your breath, mantra, physical sensations or anything that allows you to return to the present moment in a gentle way. I teach the Simple, Easy, Every Day Meditation Method (SEED Meditation Method) which is a collection of powerful, time-tested meditation practices that can reduce stress and enhance your life. The foundation of the meditation practices I teach includes breath awareness, body awareness, silent mantra, self-inquiry and heart centered breath. My favorite techniques are focusing on the breath and body… it is simple and you always have them available for you!
3 things I would put in a time capsule: A family photo, my rollerblades and some pixie dust
Find Me: thepausebuttonmeditation@gmail.com

Facebook: @The PAUSE Button Meditation

Website: http://www.thepausebuttonmeditation.com/

Dana Burns

Bio: I started my spiritual journey over two decades ago. Through the years I have been blessed with the opportunity to study under three amazing Shaman and my Reiki Master. Today, I am an Usui Reiki Master, Ordained Minister, member of the Shibumi International Reiki Association as well as an Empath. I am also a Certified Oncology Reiki Practitioner and have studied Reflexology. In addition to Reiki, my passions include Aromatherapy and Crystal Healing.

Last year, after a “not so gentle nudge” from my Spirit Guides, I left my 18-year career in Interior Design, to focus full-time on my spiritual passions and opened up my own Reiki Studio in Orange County. I have such a strong calling to help heal, inspire and guide people on their own journey to self-realization and peace. The immense difference meditation and Reiki have made on my life is amazing! I can’t wait to share it with you.

Find Me: dana@reikispiritcenter.com


Facebook @Reiki Spirit Center

Robin Gallo

Bio: Robin's was born and raised in Southern California. In pursuing her love of fitness she eventually came to work directly with the Commanding General of the MCAGCC in 29 Palms. She assisted in running the entire sports department for the Marines aboard the base and helped to represent the Marines in national and world-wide competitions such as the Ironman World Championships.
After working with the Marines for four years Robin left the work force to raise her family while maintaining an active lifestyle, running, hiking, camping and traveling the world. It wasn't until after taking her first yoga class in early 2010 she knew right away that Yoga would be her next career. Robin knew she wanted to share her new-found enthusiasm for yoga and combine it with the experience she received while working with the Marines to create her own style of teaching. She completed her RYT and continued her education by becoming certified in Hot Power Fusion, Hot Yoga, Intermediate and Advanced Power Vinyasa Flow and Yoga Sculpt Flow. Robin has united her knowledge of fitness and the human body along with her passion for yoga to create a contemporary and athletic approach to her instruction. You are always guaranteed a challenging yet spiritual practice in her class.
Teaching Style: I am a contemporary, athletic yogi with a modern approach to the traditional yoga flow. I enjoy creating challenging and intelligently sequenced flows that energize the mind,body and soul. It is my goal in every class to bring students to a deeper level of self-awareness. I strive to use the power of yoga along with an authentic connection to reach each student not only physically but on a spiritual level as well.

3 things I would put in a time capsule: 1. I have a deep affection for music. It has been a tremendous part of my life since the day I was born. Being raised in a divorced family meant I lived between 3 houses all my life. I lived with my mom and step-dad, my babysitter (she watched me during the day from ages 1 yr-12 yrs old) and with my dad. My step-dad was in a rock band and would play in our living room with a full band rocking out to Clapton, Zeppelin and Lynard Skynard. My dad was a huge progressive music fan and educated me on amazing music such as The Eagles, Pink Floyd and Supertramp. Then my babysitter listened to nothing but Country music by Reba McEntire, Kenny Rogers, and Pasty Cline. So of course during high school I rebelled from them all and listened to Rap and soon to be HipHop. So it would be safe to say I have had a broad exposure to all kinds of music and I am so very thankful for that. Therefore, I would include my favorite pieces of music in a time capsule from many different genres.

2. I have been making hand-tied mala beads for myself for years and just recently started my own company. I enjoy using the power of the stones and crystals along with the chakras to help me grow physically and spiritually. I would probably add one of my own mala designs in the time capsule.

3. The most important thing I would add to the time capsule would be photos of my family. I was an only child with no aunts, no uncles and no cousins so my children me the world to me. Anyone who truly knows me… also knows my kids. They are my life, my love and my reason for existence. Being MOM is the only “label” I wear with pride.

Cody Shellenberger

Bio: Avid Acroyogi and slackliner. I love to teach, play, and learn. I have been teaching AcroYoga for about a year now and have enjoyed every bit of it. On the constant path of learning and expanding my talents. I also enjoy backpacking and reading at the local coffee shops.
Teaching Style: Very much a demonstrator, I prefer to show the skill we are learning then help guide/coach the students to develop the skill.
3 things I would put in a time capsule: Slackline; Wine; Survival Knife
Find Me: Facebook @Cody.Shellenberger & Instagram @acroyogicody

Tanesha Dodson

Bio: TaNesha began dabbling in yoga over ten years ago. After attempting various methods for dealing with unmanageable anxiety, TaNesha took yoga much more seriously, and found it vastly improved her state. She began to regularly study and practice daily until teacher training seemed inevitable. She received her 200 hour yoga certification 5 years ago through Core Power Yoga. She has taught all around California, including in Orange County, Palm Springs, and Fresno. She has had the pleasure of teaching in various environments to a wide range of students, from rehab facilities to elementary schools, and from veterans to professional athletes. She is currently working on her Masters in Psychology and completing her 500 hour teacher training with a dream of developing a therapy practice wherein which yoga for trauma has a significant place.
Teaching Style: Honest and Purposeful
3 things I would put in a time capsule: 1) a wedding photo 2) dogs’ tags 3) family photo(s)
Find Me: Facebook @tanesha.dodson.1

Instagram @sweetteezleberry

Leslie Rothman

Bio: Yoga became a way of life for me when my youngest son was in pre-kindergarten and I had time to dedicate to the practice. After my first yoga class, I was hooked! I love that I was able to have an hour or two out of the day to dedicate to myself and I was able to focus on nothing but what was happening on the mat. I soon became a regular on my yoga mat, practicing any free time I had. I love how yoga challenged me, at the same leaving me with a sense of peace and contentment. My husband and I share our love of yoga and meditation with our children.
I decided to take Spectra School of Yoga's teacher training program in 2016. It was an incredible experience and I loved what I was learning. My hatha/vinyasa yoga style is strongly influenced by the great teachers I have had along the way. I feel very fortunate to have been surrounded by and continue to feel the support in my home, my neighborhood and yoga community. Yoga has enriched my life in insurmountable ways!  
Teaching Style: My teaching style is vinyasa flow with attention to cueing and alignment. I am encouraging to my students allowing them to feel comfortable and not intimidated, to challenge themselves.
3 things I would put in a time capsule:
1) picture of my family, 2) ipod with all my music, 3) yoga mat

DJ Arnold

Bio: DJ was drawn to yoga as a way to deepen the connection between body and mind on and off the mat. As an attorney, DJ found the calm and mindfulness cultivated in his practice could be carried into the courtroom to defuse stressful situations. As a yogi, DJ found that his attention to detail and precision allowed the practice to become more grounded and technical. DJ completed his 200 and 300 hour
certifications with Fluid Yoga in Boston, Massachusetts and developed a personal practice and teaching method informed by many different styles of yoga. DJ co-founded and sits on the board of bodhi & mind
yoga, a Boston-based non-profit organization that provides yoga and meditation to people in cancer treatment and recovery.
When he is not teaching yoga or being a lawyer, DJ can be found walking Newport Back Bay with his dog, surfing, rock climbing, reading, or restoring old cars.
Teaching Style: DJ’s classes incorporate a fun, mindful flow designed to allow graceful intuitive movement while providing opportunities to develop specific techniques and movements to open the body and make the practice more accessible. Expect each class to explore breathing and meditation techniques in conjunction with the physical asana practice. DJ teaches vinyasa flow, restorative, yin, vipassana-inspired meditation and yoga nidra. DJ often uses contemporary music to help reinforce the atmosphere and pace of his classes.
3 Things I would put in a time capsule: A hoodie; My playlists and podcasts; The Game of Thrones book series (hopefully by then it’s complete!).

Lynette Dobos

Bio: 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 and meditation. 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 is currently completing her 300-hour advanced yoga teacher training with Courtney Parkyn, Megan Bello, Liz Heffernan and
Alison Scola through Soma Yoga Institute and Better Living Yoga.

Teaching Style: 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. Whether you are a beginner or advanced practitioner, her students are encouraged to embrace their uniqueness and approach their yoga practice in an authentic way that supports their individual bodies. Lynette’s intention for her students is that they will develop a deeper mind-body connection and experience the many healing benefits of yoga, resulting in an increase in overall wellness and vitality.

3 things I would put in a time capsule: 1. My yoga props, 2. My favorite book Anatomy of the Spirit
by Carolyn Myss, 3. An iPod with all my favorite music.

Angel Montague

Bio: Angel Montague is a certified Yoga instructor, an educator for special needs students and a mother of two vibrant boys. Her classes benefit all levels of students while encompassing postures from the hot series, vinyasa, and a Yin style of yoga. She adds a unique element to her teaching style by uniting Deaf and hearing yogis alike by incorporating American Sign Language into her weekly donation-based beach classes.
Her genuine passion to teach and her fascination of the interconnectedness we all share shines through in her classes as she aims to inspire others to discover and reveal their inner truth. Angel earned both her 200 hour and 100 hour certifications through Core Power Yoga, a Children’s yoga certification through Smiling Monkeys, and a Yin Yoga certification through Ra Yoga. She enjoys being outdoors immersed in the beauty and wonder of nature.
Teaching Style: I bring a grounding, calming energy to our practice. I am often told I have a beautiful teaching voice, which can help encourage you through the more challenging parts of class as well as soothe you right into savasana bliss! There is often an introspective aspect to my classes and my fascination with the interconnectedness of all things shine through as I aim to inspire people to discover and reveal their inner truth. Yoga is my passion! I hope to share the joy it's given me with all of those who will accept it.

3 things I would put in a time capsule: 1) My journals. I have some which span over the past 20 years of my life, each recording my daily thoughts, emotions, favorite quotes, experiences, etc. I have a love for words, language and writing. It helps me to sort out my emotions and articulate my thoughts when I put pen to paper.
2) Pictures of my family and I. It is true that a picture can say 1,000 words. My two boys and the rest of my family are the best gifts I could ever have.
3) Sand and shells from the beach. It's my happy place and where I feel the most connected to a higher source, whether it be practicing yoga, surfing, swimming or just soaking up the sun.

Find Me: Facebook @ Sun & Sea Yoga; Instagram, Twitter, & Pinterest @SunandSeayoga
Level: All levels
Temperature: Room Temperature
Description: Satsang is the heart of yoga. It is a spiritual gathering, led by a guru(s) or teacher(s), in development of the heart and mind to the full Self Realization and enlightenment.
Each month Spectra Yoga will host the Satsang on the Second Saturday and feature various teachers from all over the yoga community. Each teacher will choose to lead the Satsang in his/her specific style. Whether we are discussing yoga philosophy, sharing energy, practicing yoga, and/or meditating, the key is the presence of our collective love and spirit.
When you come in the Satsang class wear comfortable clothes to practice. This Spiritual Gathering is practiced in room temperature and appropriate for all levels.

Free for Spectra Members & $20 for non-Members

November Second Saturday Satsang: Yoga & Painting

Enjoy an afternoon of creative expression with Angel and Taylor Montague. During this Satsang you will be guided by Angel through a 30 minute gentle yoga class with postures focused on stimulating our sacral chakra, center of creativity, to get our energy flowing. Then we will tap into our creativity by putting brush to canvas following the step by step instructions from professional artist, Taylor. No painting experience is necessary.

Free for members with $30 materials fee
$20 for non-members plus $30 materials fee

CASH ONLY for materials fee given to Angel at the beginning of class.


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