Sada Nam became a devoted yogi in 2007 when he started taking yoga courses at the Ohio State University. He attended 4 years of level 1, level 2, and 600 level courses covering many branches of yoga and including asanas, pranayama, meditation, history, anatomy, and ayurvedic medicinal practices. Since 2012, he has taught yoga and well-being workshops at festivals and conventions around Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Georgia. He teaches Kundalini Yoga in the tradition of Yogi Bhajan with the goal of uplifting, energizing, and healing people through the realization of our true potential.

Sada Nam is a 220-hour KRI-certified yoga teacher, Reiki Master, and gong sound healing therapist trained by Crown of Eternity.  He has also completed level 2 Conscious Communication training with Gurmukh in Rishikesh in 2016, and another 200-hour kundalini training by Yogi Amandeep in India in 2017.  He strives to share the gifts and benefits that yoga has given him with the world and to clear the clouds of doubt and limitation that prevent us from realizing our true self, which is absolute bliss!  

Sada Nam is also a lover of devotional music from different cultures, playing guitar, drums, and singing bowls with local kirtan groups. In 2008, he attained his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art and Technology and a Philosophy minor from the Ohio State University where he worked for 7 years creating videos and other multimedia and managing a media services team.  Recently, he has taught workshops, teacher trainings, and classes throughout Ohio in order to share the wisdom of these teachings and uplift the spirit of every being.

Charlie has always taken an interest in fitness and nutrition as medicine.  7 years ago he began working part-time as a Certified Personal Trainer and obtained certification through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).  He’d taken a few yoga classes in the past and only appreciated them on a physical level.  It wasn’t until 3 years ago when life threw him some curve balls that he realized yoga was healing him on the inside, on the emotional, mental and spiritual parts of his being. He began to discover and appreciate the powerful grounding and centering forces that yoga, mediation and pranayama practices provide.

Through daily practice he has transformed his viewpoint on life and how he handles challenges.  He has had many fantastic yoga teachers instill strength, wisdom and flexibility in his heart, mind and body.  The many lessons he’s learned on the mat have helped him to become a better person off the mat and he is continually working on his path to enlightenment!  
He enjoys teaching physically challenging asana practices and creating a moving meditation by emphasizing the conscious connection of breath to movement.  He’s inspired and grateful for the ability to share his passion for yoga and make a positive contribution to the lives of others on their own physical and spiritual journeys.
Jessica started practicing yoga off and on through her college years and noticed that her severe migraines suddenly disappeared.  She later realized that the pain she experienced has now brought so much bliss because of the sprinkling of yoga into her life. She was inspired to start her own journey of teaching in 2011 in El Paso, TX. 

She received her 230 RYT certification at the Asheville Yoga Center in the tranquil mountains of North Carolina. She has since become a believer and fallen madly in love with her practice and guiding others to feel a similar experience of passion, joy, and love.  Yoga has taught her to slow down and enjoy this beautiful life on a deeper level.  It has taught her to be kind and loving to herself.  It has given her a deeper connection that only someone who has experienced would understand.  Outside of yoga, Jessica also enjoys reading, cooking new recipes, and seeing the world.

Jessica Stover

Ione believes that yoga is our pathway to a greater understanding of ourselves. The
journey invites our emotions to be set free so we may challenge our views of
ourselves and the world around us, creating a more centered being. She started
practicing yoga in 2015 as a way to deal with extreme anxiety from her corporate
job and in 2018 decided to get her RYT-200 certification at Love Yoga Flow. Her
goal is to transfer the positive energy and healing powers of movement to her
students. She will challenge students to push beyond their perceived limits through
a combination of vinyasa flow and meditation. Beyond yoga she loves hiking,
traveling, otters, designing wedding gowns, and just generally being creative.