Daniel Subramanya de Luis
Daniel grew up in Brockville, Ontario, Canada. With a background in martial arts and fitness, he began practicing yoga to combat chronic back pain and the stress typically accompanied with it. Practicing yoga since 1999, Daniel studied under various teachers and styles until he found his way to a Sivananda ashram where he attained his teachers training certification. Free from pain now Daniel has taught in Europe, Mexico, U.S. and Canada. With a great admiration for the traditional spiritual style of this ancient science and over 20,000 hours of teaching experience, Daniel practices a Yogic lifestyle encouraging students to live in the moment by focusing on the breath throughout their practice. Through the breath we can create space in the body and mind tap into the vast amounts of energy locked away, waiting to be released. Classes are taught in the classic Sivananda style combining mind and body control in a spiritual setting through hatha yoga.
Trisha Reilly (Sangeeta Kaur)
“Yoga is not for the flexible, it’s for the willing.” Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, is known as the yoga of awareness. Kundalini yoga is used to awaken an energy that lies dormant at the base of the spine activating your greatest potential. This yoga style incorporates a set of postures called a Kriya, (a specific set of exercises for a specific effect on the body and mind), breathing techniques, relaxation with the gong, meditation and sound vibration (mantra).
Trisha Reilly (Sangeeta Kaur) is a KRI Level 1 Kundalini Yoga Instructor. She completed a 200 hour program with Devinder Kaur at the PranaShanti Yoga Center in Ottawa, Ontario. Trisha’s wish is to guide her students to their energy within and to help them understand their own true radiance and grace.
SUBRAMANYA YOGA CENTRE
Tania de Luis (Tripura Sundari)
Trained Sivananda instructor. Studied at the Sivananda Yoga Ashram in Val Morin Quebec November of 2016. Recieved the title Yoga Siromani. Tania teaches Classical Hatha classes Tuesday evenings at 6pm in the traditional Sivananda style. She began studying yoga 10 years ago and knew quickly she wanted to learn how to teach this ancient science. She fullfilled her dream and now teaches with a heartfelt passion giving back to others what she feels yoga has so graciously given her in life.