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Angie Kopacek

Angie discovered Pranic Healing in the spring of 2014. With her technical background, the logical, step-by-step approach of Pranic Healing initially drew her in to learn about the system and the underlying energetic principles. Suddenly, previously unexplained traditions started to make sense, and then she experienced how the modality actually worked! Fueled by compassion to serve others and a desire to share, Angie started offering pranic healing sessions and facilitating mediation groups in the community. In her spare time, Angie is a “Bee Mom” to her beehives and tends a six acre homestead with her husband.

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Kali Higgins

"I first found yoga on a clearance shelf at Target. I was in high school and there was a DVD and mat for sale. I began my practice in the basement of my parent's home and then took it with me to college. Little did I know this practice would change my life forever--eventually leading me to a more spiritually based movement and meditation practice."

Kali deepened her studies of yoga and meditation at the Institute of the Himalayan Tradition in St. Paul. She studied and practiced there for two years before attending Devanadi Yoga and Wellness School in Minneapolis, where she received her 230 hour certification in 2013. Kali is certified in Restorative Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Kids Yoga and Trauma-Informed Yoga.  Her current classes emphasize accessibility to all bodies, infused with the wisdom of nature and the stars. Kali also is a wellness practitioner certified as a wellness coach, herbalist and pranic healer.

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Lynette Beebe

"My training, experience and exploration of yoga began over thirty years ago, and I have had the privilege to teach this beautiful practice since 2002. Yoga has been instrumental in my life as a way to cope with stress, anxiety and depression. As a person who has a lot of nervous energy, I've found that an active, flowing vinyasa practice is a great way to 'burn the trash' in order to slow down and focus. I create my classes with this idea in mind."

Lynette has studied with many different teachers and leads her classes with a variety of movement based in the traditions of  Hatha, Kundalini and Iyengar.

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