Multi-Teacher Workshop to get a taste of our upcoming Immersion and Teacher Training with Meggie Cafferty, Jessica Drago, and Daya Devi
Learn to connect wholeheartedly to your mind, body, and heart. This taste will offer you wisdom from three of our fantastic instructors and will include: mantra, breath work, asana, hands on adjustments, aromatherapy, and heart releasing relaxation.
Price: $40 (can be put towards the immersion or teacher training!)
Meggie Cafferty E-RYT200, PRYT Meggie has been engaged in dance and movement from a young age. She was trained in ballet, jazz, and modern dance, before joining her varsity cheerleading squad at Sandpoint High School. In 2010, amidst transitions in her personal and professional life, Meggie came to know the physical practice of yoga. After graduating from the University of Idaho in 2011, she decided to make yoga a more influential and permanent part of her life, and completed her first 200 hour teacher training program in 2014, under the direction of Tiffany Wood, Certified Anusara® Yoga Teacher, E-RYT 500. Meggie began teaching in Sandpoint, ID shortly thereafter.
Through the practice of yoga, she firmly believes that you can begin to heal yourself from the inside out. Meggie’s classes are flowing, playful, and fun, and she meets her students exactly where they are. Finding the balance between effort and ease in one’s practice can lead to great opening and expansion, so that students can go deeper and explore parts of themselves and their practice they did not know they had.
Jessica Drago E-RYT200 Jessica’s fascination with movement began when she was enrolled in dance class at the age of 2. Since then, she has expressed her love for movement through dance, soccer, martial arts, rock climbing, and of course yoga. In 2009, in an attempt to nurture a climbing injury, she picked up a yoga class and discovered an endless journey of self awareness. Honoring the profound transformation that was taking place both on and off her mat, she chose to embark on a 200 hour Teacher Training with Bridget Lyons and Tiffany Wood. Having suffered and recovered from various sports injuries, Jessica has an understanding of how to give the body what it needs to recuperate. Coupling her passion for yoga and body mechanics with a certificate for Physical Therapy Aide, years of experience in the health field as a Certified Nursing Assistant, and various trainings and workshops in Essential Oils, Body Alignment and Structural-Muscular Balancing, Jessica is well equipped and has a passionate desire to use her knowledge to help others in their own individual pursuit of a healthy lifestyle. Her teaching brings the physical alignment and body awareness into a relationship with mental and emotional wellbeing by emphasizing the mind-body connection and exploring the depth of interactions between our physical selves, and our mental/emotional/spiritual selves.
Daya Devi RYT200 Daya is originally from California where she completed her yoga training in a traditional gurukula style retreat setting. After spending a month at the Ashram immersed in yogic lifestyle and practices, Daya chose to become a full-time volunteer with the Sivananda organization and was sent to San Francisco to teach asana classes and contribute to the Center's communal household functions. She was able to continue learning over the next year from guest teachers that came to the yoga center from all over the world and made a pilgrimage to Northern India in 2012 to study yoga, meditation and yogic scripture with elder swamis from the Sivananda lineage. Daya's next area of study became Ayurvedic healthcare, which is closely intertwined with the system of yoga. She also offers classes and private consultations for those seeking more education on implementing Ayurvedic practices in their lives.
Now she lives in Moscow with Finn and their two young children, whom she devotes most of her time to.
Designer and Assistant
Madi Hull Madi is an Idaho native and grew up with music and dance. In 2016, she took a 200 hour Teacher Training wth Neesha Zollinger and Nancy Burtenshaw. Madi purchased Nourish Yoga studio in October 2016 which she changed to Kula: Yoga + Tea in January 2017.
Madi enjoys exploring the different experiences that she can offer to her community through a yoga class and loves to teach slow, peaceful, and mindful classes. Madi loves to be a member of the beautiful community at Kula. She enjoys attending yoga classes and creating a safe and loving space for all community members to enjoy.
When Madi is not at the studio, she is taking her son Holo, to the park or cooking delicious food.
We would love to have you visit soon!
By appointment, or 15 minutes before classes
206 S Main St Moscow, ID (next to Tapped and Team Idaho)