Suzanne Silvermoon

Practitioners > Suzanne Silvermoon  Indigo Lotus Yoga & Ayurveda   Bellevue, WA

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Suzanne Silvermoon, LPN, IAYT Certified Yoga Therapist, ERYT 500 is a transformational healer and teacher who recognizes the multi-dimensional aspects of the human experience.  She passionately assists people in transforming their lives into greater health, vibrancy and spiritual awakening.  Suzanne draws from a deep well of 38 years of meditation, personal yoga practice, and study as she expertly teaches the ancient art and science of yoga.  With her wise and compassionate guidance, students and clients learn to free themselves from physical, mental and emotional binds that hold them back from realizing their beautiful radiant self.  Suzanne believes that as each person transforms and awakens, the whole world benefits. Suzanne is a life long learner of body mind and spirit, and her rich understanding of the physical body draws not only from her extensive practice and study of yoga, but from the wisdom of 23 years working as a holistic nurse.  She is also an Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor, direct entry midwife (retired), certified in pranic healing, therapeutic touch, and attuned to Reiki.  She has studied the healing properties of gems and crystals, as well as essential oils, which she uses in her private Chi Reisage (physical and energetic healing) sessions. She is the proud mother of her 23-year-old daughter who is thriving in her young adult life. Inspired to impart the ancient art and science of yoga and Ayurveda, Suzanne is a skilled, experienced, and impassioned trainer for yogaspirit®.  Along with her private yoga therapy and ayurvedic wellness counseling, she teaches spiritually focused energetic yoga classes, yoga focused workshops, guides annual spring and fall ayurvedic inspired cleanse retreats, has spoken at mind, body, spirit conferences, held a regular segment on Heartglow Living Radio, was a staff writer for the digital magazine The Inner Tapestry Journal, and a contributing writer for Seattle Yoga News.