62964 Little Panoche Road, Firebaugh, CA 93622
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Yoga Class


Mercey Hot Springs is offering Yoga classes at the Pavilion Tent.

Please note that Yoga Classes are $10 per person, per class and are for
Overnight Accommodation or Day-Use guests only!

Pavilion Tent


* Saturday, April 29th (3pm-4:30pm)

* Saturday, May 20th (3pm-4:30pm)

Each time I guide a yoga class it flows straight from my heart.
I allow my experience and intuition to weave through and into the needs
of not just the entire class as a whole, but every individual in it.
By allowing the class to be composed in this way, I remain a student,
also learning, and I merely personify the teachings.

For more information about Kellee and her classes, please visit kelleeyogaandayurveda.com





* Saturday, May 13th (9am-10am)

* Saturday, June 17th (9am-10am)

I believe that a happy, healthy life with a tad of adventure is a life lived in balance and a life lived well. I have found a way of healthy living, and believe it is my purpose to share my passion and skills with others. Life is meant to be lived to the fullest, and my goal is to assist each person individually with the correct tools and encouragement to help them thrive in their daily lives: EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. Passion drives me. That is the reason for the start of ThriveFit Wellness, and my drive behind it every day. My sharing of skills includes: personal training, yoga, guided meditation, and thai yoga massage. I love the look on my clients’ face when they hit a goal, accomplish a task, or push through a mental roadblock that they once thought couldn't be possible. In that moment, I know I’m living my purpose, and look forward to helping all who are willing to become the best versions of themselves!

For more information about Alexis and her classes, please visit thrivefitwellness.com


* Saturday, June 10th (9am-10am and 3pm-4pm)
* Sunday, June 11th (9am-10am)

Shiri took her first yoga class back in 2000 when she began college at San Francisco State University and found that it helped with her scoliosis related neck and shoulder problems and greatly improved her physical, mental and spiritual sense of well being. She has been a devoted practitioner ever since, eventually deciding to learn to teach yoga so that she could share her joy for yoga with others. She is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher that studied under the direct tutelage of internationally renowned Senior Teacher Carolyn Belko. She truly enjoys teaching yoga and sharing the art that has been such a powerfully transformative part of her life, and shares her infectious love for yoga and precise knowledge with all of her students. In Shiri’s classes, she follows the principles of the Iyengar Method, and emphasis is placed on precise alignment of the outermost body toward the innermost self, using props as tools to access the deepest expression of the pose. She teaches students of all abilities and ages, from pre-school to senior citizens, and everyone in between, and has taught yoga in schools and in afterschool programs.


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A true spiritual seeker, Sarah Hughes is a yoga teacher, meditator, and leadership coach. She began her formal study of yoga in 2009, and was immediately hooked on the way that the practice of yoga creates an energized yet relaxed state of being. She has completed teacher trainings with Janet Stone in San Francisco, CA and James Miller in Des Moines, IA. In her classes, she is devoted to creating a space where students can connect with their divine nature by becoming more fully embodied. She brings a calming, compassionate energy accompanied by a playful zest for life.


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Julie is a graduate of the Divine Light Teacher Training, 2014 and is 200 RYT certified yoga instructor. She is a teacher for DiviniTree Yoga and Arts community in Santa Cruz. She has studied at studios all over California, and has developed her own practice around the style of Hatha Flow. Her emphasis is on teaching each student at their level, and her nurturing style soothes tensions and enhances the mind-body-soul experience.

A native Californian, Julie has lived in Santa Cruz for 30 years. She is a practicing dental hygienist and employs her knowledge of self care to her yoga teaching. She is also an advocate for holistic healing, and is training as a wellness advocate for DoTerra essential oils.

Julie feels blessed to be teaching yoga now after successfully raising 3 amazing children. She finds the benefits of yoga enhance her interaction with individuals, the community and herself, and she is devoted to helping her students stay radiantly healthy inside and out.





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My intention is to serve others by sharing these ancient forms of self-directed healing that I have and will continue to learn from so many amazing teachers: to provide others with these simple tools that are available to each one of us, no matter our situation. Yoga and Meditation are such gifts in an era geared at keeping us distracted, busied and outwardly drawn. By our own efforts, learning to work with conscious movement and breath, as well as acquiring the skills to quiet the mind and move inward, we can learn about our own true nature and participate more masterfully in the unfolding of this life’s journey.

For more information about Kristin and her classes, please visit knowtheself.net


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Dawn began to study yoga in 2001 and began teaching in 2005. Many people have inspired and encouraged Dawn in her path to teach, but she thinks Tias Little, Gabriel Halpern, and Christina Sell have had the strongest influence on her as a student and teacher. She values their guidance and support of her and continues to dive deep in practice at their encouragement. It is this same relationship and attitude that she aspires to provide her students.

Dawn’s classes emphasize breathing, alignment, balance, and grounding as keys to unlocking basic and advanced postures. The breath is always a foundation that we flow from, and the mechanics or actions of a pose will build from the breath. Some classes will find more steadiness and holding of poses to build strength and stamina. Other classes will find more flow as grace and breath meet in the practice. Expect to build up to new things and break down a pose or two each class.

Exploring different variations and prop set-ups in the same poses help to reveal the many layers of each asana. You will find that there are many props available and sometimes you'll use all of them! There are countless creative ways to use blocks, straps, and blankets, as well as the more exotic chairs, sandbags, and wall-ropes.

Dawn finds that contemplative practice is an important part of her daily practice and her classes. Yoga practice is not limited to asana alone, and taking time for contemplation and meditation is important in our fast-paced and connected world.

For more information about Dawn and her classes, please visit dawnhayesyoga.com


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Having immersed herself in the study of yoga, Aruna utilizes the various limbs to navigate through life in a balanced manner. Aruna began her training in the Ashtanga Vinyasa style of yoga, with Bhavani Maki, who was also her initial inspiration into the exploration of yoga philosophy. This exploration prompted her to seek the guidance of Baba Hari Dass and continue her training at the Mount Madonna Center, where for many years she taught for their teacher training program. Her practice and teaching style have been deeply influenced by her time spent in India studying at the Tantra-based Bihar School of Yoga, as well as by a number of other master teachers from a wide variety of traditions from all over the world. Aruna has completed her 500-hour YTT, has studied Thai Massage, has had years of training in the practice of Restorative Yoga, and is a Certified TRE Facilitator (Tension and Trauma Release Exercises).

As a student of Baba Hari Dass, Aruna has been encouraged to deepen her own yoga practice by living and sharing a holistic approach to yoga. She is inspired by weaving meditation, yoga philosophy, mantra, pranayama, bandha, mudra and ayurveda into mindful yet playful asana classes for all levels of practitioners. In addition to her dedication to her personal practice, Aruna especially loves the context and container of a group or shared Yoga practice.

In recent years, Aruna has become inspired by the Hatha form of Shadow Yoga as shared by Shandor Remete, and she currently studies the forms with Scott Blossom. She has also been deepening and sharing her love for sacred sound, especially in the form of Kirtan.

For more information about Aruna and her classes, please visit yogaaruna.com


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Dave Solomon is a Santa Cruz born seeker of truth whose passion in life is to learn, grow, love and inspire. Having traveled and lived throughout the many far corners of the globe, and having worn many different vocational hats, Dave found his true calling and purpose in living and teaching yoga. In yoga, Dave has discovered a sacred holistic science designed to integrate mind, body, and spirit to unlock each being’s highest potential as a creator of light on this planet. Dave is deeply honored to have the opportunity to teach and share this beautiful path with his fellow yogis and yoginis. A 200 hour RYT certified teacher, Dave completed his teacher training with Divinitree and the Divine Light Teacher’s Training Program.


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Katie was fifteen years old when she first stepped into a yoga studio. During the stressful days of college, the yoga mat became her place of refuge, and she discovered the deeper healing and transformative power of the practice. Embarking on her own journey of self-discovery, Katie lived at the Anand Prakash Ashram in Rishikesh, where she had the privilege of studying and completing her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training.
Taking a holistic approach, her classes focus on harmonizing breath with movement. Katie’s warm presence creates a nurturing environment in which she encourages students to listen to their bodies and open up to the moment. Katie brings a sense of compassion to each posture, inspiring students to turn inward and explore. After facing her own injuries and limitations, Katie has sincere empathy and concern for the safety of her students. Through this journey, she has been reminded that every challenge presents an opportunity for greater introspection and growth. As an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Counselor, Katie intertwines her knowledge of this ancient system of healing with the Yoga wisdom tradition to promote balance of body, mind, and spirit. She loves experimenting in the kitchen with seasonal spices, herbs, and farmers market fruits and veggies.
Katie strives to empower people with the tools to harmonize with the cycles of nature, balance their internal rhythm, and become their own self healers. Come breathe, stretch, and flow into bliss!

For more information about Katie and her classes, please visit katiesjacobson.com