Lasha HalseyI was first introduced to yoga in North Carolina in 2009 when my roommate was going through teacher training. I started to take classes upon her enthusiasm for the practice. I quickly fell in love with yoga because of the way it made me feel. I decided to get my 200 hr certification in the spring of 2013 at Shoshoni. The lineage of my training is Shambhava Yoga.  As a part of our core practice, Shambhava Yoga practitioners take seriously Seva, or selfless service. This is yoga-in-action; as we work to be fully present, with an open heart, in everything we do, for the purpose to serve others in support of our community.

I believe yoga is personal. Each individual practice is very special and unique to that person, because it is an inner practice. As an instructor I’m here to help guide you through the practice as you learn to move mindfully on your mat, honoring your body. I do yoga to find stillness, balance and harmony. As I experience this on my mat; I see it also unfold in my life.

I teach yoga to inspire others to explore their soul, that is just bursting to get out and shine brightly, luminously. I teach hatha yoga, vinyasa flow, pranayama, and meditation.