Susan A. Malo, RN, MPH, RYT 200 discovered yoga as many yogis do, in response to an injury 30 years ago. Over time, the physical practice has transformed my strength and flexibility, but more importantly, is has helped me explore my inner self. I find the meditative aspects woven into a physical yoga practice can bring the yogi to a place of calm and happiness. Yoga is a lifelong journey that I enjoy sharing with both experienced yogis and with those who are beginning their exploration. My intent as a teacher is to assist the student in discovering strength, balance, relaxation and perhaps a smile through breath and movement. Relax, it’s just yoga.
As a Registered Nurse with a Master’s in Public Health, I see yoga as a form of public health and self-care. Yoga is an easily accessible way to improve the health of the mind, body and spirit.
I completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training at Samadhi under Anne and Matt Falkowski and am currently pursuing my 500-hour certification. In addition, I am a Reiki Practitioner.
It is an honor and I am grateful to be a member of the Samadhi teaching staff and yoga community.