RYT-500, Clinical Yoga Therapist, NASM Behavior Change Specialist, Certified in Trauma Conscious and Perinatal Yoga
After spending 7 years as a CNN producer, Stephanie decided to leave the newsroom chaos for a life of wellness. She traveled to Rishikesh, India to study yoga, meditation, and breathwork under master yogis. In India, Stephanie focused on the study of traditional root practices of yoga, and she now educates all of her clients from that unique perspective. Her business, Prana Wellness, was born in India. Stephanie is an RYT 500hr yoga instructor, Yoga Therapist Rx, NASM Behavior Change Specialist, and certified in perinatal yoga, and trauma. She studied Yoga Therapy, in a 4 year program, at Loyola Marymount University. Stephanie is a proud military spouse, and is honored to teach specialized yoga to the military community, both Active Duty and Veterans. As an expert speaker and wellness educator, Stephanie has been called upon as an expert to speak to organizations like U.S. Naval Hospital, Zip Recruiter, UCSD, USC, IDEA World, and Georgia Department of Public Health, and numerous others. She has been featured in Essence, and on BNC News!
Prana is Sanskrit for breath, considered as a life-giving force. Prana is seen as a universal energy, which flows in currents in and around the body.