Ramona Wis, Ph.D., 200-hr. CYT, is a graduate of Prairie Yoga and currently in the advanced 500 hour program. Mona has been practicing yoga since 2008 and is a conductor, teacher, and music teacher trainer with a long time interest in the body-mind-spirit connection. Mona has studied with Tricia Fiske, Marinda Stopforth, and Linda Troutman and has taken workshops with Nicolai Bachman, Tias Little, and Jules Mitchell as well as yoga anatomy (online course) with Tiffany Cruikshank of Yoga Medicine. Mona is drawn to the ways in which movement—physically, spiritually, or psychologically—can bring people forward to better understanding and a healthier, more creative, and more hopeful existence. Her classes meld alignment instruction with a love of flow for a well-rounded, recalibrating yoga experience.
Mona Wis instructs the following:
Mindful vinyasa emphasizes combining the breath with movement to create transformation from the inside out. Postures flow seamlessly from one to the other to release tension, build self-awareness and develop healthy movement patterns. Underlying all movements is a strong emphasis on healthy alignment and intelligent sequencing.