Pam Ronstadt, E-RYT 500, YACEP began studying yoga at the suggestion of her doctor and began to immediately see the benefits of a regular yoga practice to her overall health and well-being. The desire to share the benefits of yoga and meditation with others led Pam into taking the 200 hour Hatha Yoga teacher training and growth intensive at the Yoga Connection in Tucson and then her 500 hour teacher training at Barefoot Studios. She began to share her practice with others in May of 2010. Pam offers not only the traditional approach to her yoga classes but also works with students who have compromised or chronic health issues and specialized populations. She has taught workshops that focus on yoga for the larger body, proper use of props and yoga basics. In 2017, Pam opened the Radiant Spirit School of Yoga, a very traditional 200 hour training that is open to only 5 students at a time. Pam brings a holistic and compassionate approach with a focus on nourishing body, mind and spirit.
Aida Ahmagic, RYT- 200hr ( in process of receiving her 500 hours).
She started practicing Yoga at the age of 19 in New York City,, and what kept her in Yoga at that time was the fact that she healed asthma after only 6 months of practice. That kept her in Yoga and after 4 years she decided to deepen knowledge in Yoga.
Aida finished the education through the Yoga Works system in 2009, and continued to learn and improve her Yoga path in Astanga Mysore system, at first with Sharath Jois in 2011-2013, and currently studying with Sharmila Desai in Ashtanga Yoga Morjim, Goa.
Aida decided to return from New York in 2009 and open the very first Yoga studio in Bosnia, her home country,that she still runs for the last decade.
In 2018 she finished 200 hours with Premananda Yoga school in Vinyasa krama system, and in 2019 she certified for Yin Yoga 50 hours, practice that she combines together with her somatic therapy Trauma Release Exercise method by David Bercelli (www.traumaprevention.org).
Aida is teaching Vnyasa for the last decade combining all her studies in Yoga. In her work Aida combines different methods, Iyengar Yoga, Ashtanga system, Kundalini meditations as well as basic breathing techniques (Pranayama), because she found benefits from every and each of these traditional systems through years of studying and practicing Yoga, being respectively guided by teachings of the father modern Yoga father, Krishnamacharya.
Aida runs retreats in Croatia and she feels very blessed to be a part of Radiant Spirit and share with others the knowledge of this sacred practice and business of Yoga.