Aisha Bubshait E-RYT, YACEP certified in vinyasa, meditation and kids’ yoga
Aisha is inspired by nature and nature’s pace, a lover of imagination and manifesting, and a firm believer that the wisdom and sense of ease we seek in life is already within us. Her yoga journey started back in 2011, with a big curiosity and deep dive into asana (specifically vinyasa flow) and later into the more restorative and meditative aspects of the practice. She found the space for deep self-love and creative expression through the yoga practice. Her personal healing journey has involved delving into the more subtle topics, learning and exploring the energies of the feminine and masculine, moon cycles, chakras, devotion and ritual. And she brilliantly weaves these topics into her teaching in a relatable relevant way. She aims to empower students through the many tools yoga and ritual have to offer, her approach often involves going back to basics and re-learning how to trust ourselves in the process.
Aisha is trained as a yoga teacher and psychotherapist, and has a deep love for accompanying students and clients on their journey to feel more comfortably at home within themselves and in the world. Her classes are designed to support students to connect to movement integrity, to embodied qualities that enhance resilience and ease, to authentic self-expression, and to the essence of a mindful practice.
When she found yoga and therapy, she fell in love with the doors of discovery both worlds supported her to explore. Having immersed herself in a variety of embodied practices including vocal work, contemporary dance, the aerial arts, improv and mindfulness, she loves bringing together different elements from these worlds that can give us access to various aspects of ourselves in deeper and more meaningful ways.
Aisha is an infinitely curious student, and is very passionate about breaking down complex topics (such as anatomy, nervous system physiology, and the workings of the human psyche) into simple and accessible concepts that are easy to apply in day to day life. She works with students of all ages and backgrounds, with an emphasis on creating an integrative practice that nurtures curiosity, wonder, resilience, nervous system harmony and compassion.
Two of her favorite things are taking naps and going on adventures.
Experienced Yoga Teacher, Prenatal Yoga Teacher, Strength and Conditioning Trainer and soon to be Integrative Nutrition Health Coach IIN (May 2023). Ranya’s love for movement started at a young age and after experiencing minor injuries she found Yoga; a practice that satisfied her need for a rush and at the same time quiet down the mind and uplifted her spirit.
Ranya’s teaching style is creative, challenging, nourishing, and fun. What drives her love for yoga is the ability to help others feel their best self and experience breaking their own limiting beliefs. In a world that is constantly in a rush Ranya believes that stepping into the mat brings you back into perspective.
Shaima's journey with yoga & breathwork started in 2016, when both her emotional and mental health were unwell. In a quest to avoid medication and looking for alternative solutions she decided to try yoga, where she found a judgment-free space to experience new perspective on life.
Since then it has been an amazing journey of self discovery and learning which led her to deep dive into all things breath & nervous system. She hopes to help her students journey through life with awareness, compassion and love, by sharing what she has learned with students in search of discovery, transformation, healing and growth.
Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (ERYT500), Reiki Level 4 healer, councellor, hypnotist, author of "Living in the Grey" and the founder of Namaste. Following a lifelong struggle with mental illness, Weam set foot on the spiritual path in 2007 with an intense and transformative practice of meditation, Yoga and energy healing. Seeing how those practices saved her life, she left behind a demanding corporate job to dedicate her life to guiding others and sharing their journey home. Namaste since has helped hundreds of students in a community that is inclusive and compassionate. Her thirst was not quenched and she continued to study psychotherapy and publish a book about her journey. Weam's teaching style is fluid, creative and fun. Her enthusiasm, curiosity, energy, compassion and passion are contagious. She sees the potential in every student to grow and is nourished by sharing what she knows. Weam doesn't shy away from nudging her students both through humour and deep dives into themselves.