The founder and teacher of Love Yoga Flow, Natalie Burrage, has dedicated her life to studying and loving all things health, wellness, metaphysical, and transformational. She was formally trained in ballet for over a decade, Ashtanga yoga, Tai Chi, competed nationally as a fitness bikini competitor, worked as a corporate wellness personal trainer, boot camp, and yoga instructor, is a Karuna Reiki Master (energetic healing therapy), Oneness Blessing Giver, Intuitive, Channeler, Access Consciousness Facilitator, Master Practitioner of Sacred Activations, Transformational Coach. Being a life long student and lover of Kundalini yoga, she carries that light with her into all of the classes she teaches.
Her main intention for all those she teaches, guides, and coaches is to empower them with the right tools so they can create anything in their lives, love themselves, and know that nothing is too good to be true.
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Emily’s first yoga class was in an intimate setting in the mountains of San Diego, California in 2003. She fell in love with how the poses made her feel powerful, physically and emotionally balanced. Her practice continued to strengthen over the years and helped her become a loving mother of two. Emily was asked to take over teaching a yoga class in 2011, which sparked her interest in learning more about yoga, and led her to Yoga with Laurel Hodory & Faculty where she was certified in 2013 as an RYT-200. Emily inspires her students to take time every day to appreciate their bodies and connects them to how the practice of yoga can transform your life.
Lisa received her RYT-200 through the Yoga on High Teacher Training Institute. She took her first yoga class in 1993, and continued her practice through the decades while raising three children. She was a part of the Siddha Yoga community and rededicated herself to the practice of yoga at the L-Yoga Flow studio when it opened in 2012. She is involved with the organization “Yoga Gangsters,” a volunteer organization bringing yoga to troubled youth and those in poverty as she is called to serve those populations. Lisa also is a certified Bach Flower Essence, Australian Bush Essence, and Cell Salts Practitioner helping others heal through the use of these wonderful modalities .
Emily holds deep reverence and appreciation for the many different forms of yoga. She completed her 200 hour training as a Vinyasa flow instructor in 2014 and completed her training as a Kundalini instructor in 2015. Kundalini Yoga (as taught by Yogi Bhajan) won Emily’s heart with its comprehensive use of mantras, mudras, bandhas, and powerful kriyas that contributed drastically to her spiritual evolution and growth.
Kundalini Yoga set Emily on a journey into the deepest part of herself. For Emily, yoga serves as a continual reservoir of strength, clarity, and joy that permeates every aspect of her life. As an art therapist, Emily understands yoga to be a physical manifestation of art, conducted through asanas in the body rather than with paint or markers on a canvas. Emily believes that yoga is about coming home to the deepest part of ourselves. Yoga allows us to peel away the outer layers to arrive at the truth of who we really are at our core—unconditional love. These beliefs about the practice inform all of Emily’s classes. As a teacher, Emily often draws upon themes from daily life in the hopes of teaching students to apply their experiences off their yoga mats and into their day-to-day experience.
Emily considers the opportunity to teach yoga to be a privilege and an honor. When she is not teaching, Emily can be found making art, cuddling with her cats, cooking, writing, meditating, and dancing outside when no one is watching.
Sada Nam became a devoted yogi in 2007 when he started taking yoga courses at the Ohio State University. He attended 4 years of level 1, level 2, and 600 level courses covering many branches of yoga and including asanas, pranayama, meditation, history, anatomy, and ayurvedic medicine. Since 2012, he has taught yoga and well-being workshops at festivals and conventions around Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Georgia. Now, he teaches Kundalini yoga in the tradition of Yogi Bhajan with the goal of uplifting, energizing, and healing people through the realization of our true potential.
Alex is also a lover of devotional music from different cultures, playing guitar, drums, gong, and singing bowls with local kirtan groups. In 2008, he attained his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art and Technology and a Philosophy minor from the Ohio State University where he worked for 7 years creating videos and other multimedia and managing a media services team.
As a 220-hour KRI-certified yoga teacher, level 2 Reiki practitioner, and gong sound healing therapist, Sada Nam strives to share the gifts and benefits that yoga has given him with the world and to clear the clouds of doubt and limitation that prevent us from realizing our true self, which is absolute bliss!
Sarah’s first yoga experience began with a Suzanne Deason Yoga DVD in 2009 after years of competing in track & field left her feeling burnt out, stressed, & inadequate. After practicing in her living room every day for a year, she fell in love with the class environment at L-Yoga Flow because there was finally no competition and no judgement which allowed her practice to flourish. Sarah’s teacher training comes from both YogaFit and Source Movement Yoga out of San Diego. She’s taught yoga at OSU, is trained as a Yoga Gangster Volunteer, helping at-risk youths manage stress through the power of yoga, is a master level Reiki practitioner, and dabbles in AcroYoga and Thai Therapy Massage Yoga. She loves teaching beginners and has one goal for every class which is to “stay within the mind of a beginner yoga student, because we are all beginners. There is always more to learn and to remember that advanced yoga isn’t about advanced postures, it’s about advanced awareness”.
Christen Boyles bio coming soon…
Megan Adair is passionately dedicated to integrating the mind-body-spirit through movement, play, and exploration. Megan formally met yoga in 1997 and has explored several styles, including vinyasa, kundalini, and restorative. She incorporated meditation into her practice in 2015 and earned her 200-hour yoga teaching certification in 2016.
In her classes, Megan showcases both movement and stillness. She brings a keen sense of awareness combined with shalom-peace, gratitude, and a willingness to challenge her students. You can also expect a sense playfulness.
Yoga is one of her favorite ways to feel alive and whole in her own body, to befriend herself, and to foster growth and transformation. When she’s not doing yoga, Megan is probably dancing or teaching lindy hop, Charleston, or blues.