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Suzanna Mannion

Suzanna has practiced yoga asana on and off since a teenager, however, she really leaned into it during the pandemic when she discovered a more regular practice equated to greater peace of mind and a sense of resilience to life's up and downs. 

She enrolled in a 200-hour Hatha yoga teacher training to hold herself accountable to deepening her practice, satiate a growing hunger for more yogic knowledge and to learn how to safely share this deeply supportive practice with others. Her first-level training was transformative to say the least and ignited a deeper and more fulfilling connection to Self that keeps unfolding. Upon graduation, she immediately enrolled in the advanced level teacher training with Cloud Nine Yoga to obtain ongoing support as a newer teacher and further her knowledge.  

Suzanna believes a regular yoga practice supports physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing and helps us "show up" better for ourselves and others.  Her classes reflect her personality and yoga journey, incorporating traditional Hatha and breathing techniques as well as guided meditation. Whether you're a beginner or experienced yogi, her classes are designed to meet you where you are.

When students attend her class, they can expect a welcoming, nonjudgmental and inclusive environment where they are invited to connect with themselves.  

Outside of yoga, Suzanna is a proud mother, married to her best friend, a communications professional at a sustainability-focused nonprofit and NLP Somatic Coach®.  


Terri Lynn Sullivan

Terri Lynn was introduced to downhill skiing by the age of three. Her love of skiing cultivated her passion for adventure combined with the peace and tranquility of the outdoors. After many years of enjoying her favorite sport including racing, ski instructing, and ripping through the trails of Palisades Tahoe, she realized her passion and the importance of health and fitness. For her, skiing is life.


After a ski injury in 2021 left her physically, mentally, and emotionally vulnerable,* Terri Lynn plunged into intense self-care. She used yoga as rehabilitation. Her practice started daily at home, where she discovered the many healing benefits of yoga. At that instant, she knew she wanted to help others bring to light the transformative powers of yoga. She earned her 250-hour yoga teacher training from Aura Wellness Center, graduating with high honors, and is impassioned to assist students to achieve the core strength, flexibility, and balance needed to prevent injuries. 

Terri Lynn’s approach to yoga remains focused on a blend between gentle Hatha and restorative asanas using mindful practices. She teaches a Thursday evening Gentle Hatha and Restorative class.  

Terri Lynn stands in solidarity with anyone choosing to work toward healing, in mind, body, or spirit. Here's a story of her own personal journey.

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