Walking meditation was a beautiful way to begin the day at Yandara. I enjoyed waking up with the waves and reflecting on the day to come.
Potential students should come for the yoga and stay for the food! The kitchen did a wonderful job at providing and excellent variety of yummy prana charged cuisine.
Suzanne Marquardt - Renton, WA
- Home City: Renton, WA
- Program & Date Graduated: Baja - June 2012
- Website: Suzanne Marquardt
Suzanne Marquardt Biography
"I remember that blissful feeling after my first yoga class wondering how I could feel so alive and content in all that I had in that moment when just before the class I felt so unsure of my life’s path. I didn’t understand it at the time I just knew that I wanted to keep feeling that way… so I continued to practice. My yoga journey has been a central focus of my life for several years and I continue to discover my own potential through a daily yoga practice. The addition of yoga to my life awarded me far greater flexibility, balanced strength and personal awareness. I am grateful and privileged to be able to share my life’s passion with others."
Suzanne holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling/Psychology and currently works as a counselor and case manager for disabled individuals. She loves to bring the healing benefits of yoga to this population and has experience using yoga and meditation to treat both physical and mental disorders. She has studied extensively with many inspirational instructors, having completed her 200 hour certification at Yandara Yoga Institute in Todos Santos, Mexico under the instruction of some of the most experienced and knowledgeable teachers including, Shane-Christopher Perkins, Craig Perkins, and Allison Eaton. She has also trained and taken workshops from such renowned instructors including Sarah Powers, Shiva Rea, Seane Corn, Suzanne Sterling, Eoin Finn and many others who have greatly influenced and inspired her. Suzanne teaches vinyasa and yin style yoga and strives to meet her students where they are in their own practice honoring the notion that the intention of the practice always comes from love. Suzanne's goal is to guide her students in the awakening of their own potential. She strives to provide her students a place where they can safely overcome injury, mental and physical illnesses gradually leading them to health, happiness and contentment in the body, mind and spirit.