DR. SIMI BURN, PHARMD
Simi is co-founder of Sun People Yoga, and a South Asian indigenously trained lifelong practitioner turned yoga teacher. Her yoga practice teaches yoga and meditation as an accessible, internal experience. She sees yoga as a subjective experiential healing science rooted in ancient wisdom and modern science. She is a pharmacist who left traditional medical environment to teach holistic health and healing, and is a medical cannabis and endocannabinoid specialist.
I am a traveling yogini. I love to share my experience and exchange learning with my students. I am a strong believer in the importance of "Breath," and its importance in connecting mind and body. My Yoga Practice helps students explore and discover their individually unique rhythm that further enables drawing up a customized yoga program. I teach yoga to seniors and the joy and gratification are limitless. With teaching yoga their is always a new beginning and new journey and am forever going to be a learning student.
Natasha's Bio, coming soon
“Natasha Chaoua is the founder and owner of Dubwise Yoga, LLC. She is a graduate, certified hatha yoga instructor and member of Satya Yoga Cooperative, Colorado’s first 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training program for Black, Indigenous, People Of Color and the nations first BIPOC member-owned yoga cooperative.
Natasha is a certified Accessible Yoga teacher, ambassador and supporting organization, as well as a registered yoga teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance. She teaches trauma informed yoga, is passionate about disabilities, brain health and overall general health care. Prior to teaching she worked with spinal cord injury (SCI) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients. She recently completed Michelle Johnson’s Skill in Action – Yoga + Social Justice 300hr Yoga Teacher Training and became a certified LoveYourBrain Yoga Instructor. She’s currently preparing to become a trainer and facilitator with the Love Your Brain Foundation and looks forward to sharing the benefits of yoga and meditation with those who have experienced a traumatic brain injury (TBI) as well as their caregivers and care providers. Natasha will also complete Adaptive Yoga training with Matthew Sanford before the end of the year.
Natasha has teamed up with several community partners both local and nationwide to help spread her mission of providing equitable and accessible yoga to all, specifically BIPOC communities. She believes that the benefits of yoga should be experienced by everyone. Sessions are intentional with various breathing techniques throughout. Props are encouraged for added support and stability.”
Michael is co-founder of Sun People Yoga, and he teaches Smai-Tawi which is an Egyptian style of yoga. He is a Navy veteran coming from a career first in IT and then as a surgical first assist in orthopedic surgery. Michael's yoga practice blends accessible, meditative movement with internal martial arts for liberation. He proudly teaches several community outreach classes for youth and elders, particularly for the Black community in Tulsa.
Taylor is a 200 hour CYT whose classes are gentle, meditative and intended to help marginalized people of all abilities tap into their inner power. She aims to use the time-tested methods of yoga, always reaching for the fullness of the practice, to cultivate a life where we are all happy, healthy and able to deal with stressors as they arise.