Patty McCoy has been a seeker of spiritual truth since a young age. She is following her guided path to become a Vedic Master. She studied at the Chopra Center, San Diego, California and earned certification as a teacher of Primordial Sound Meditation and Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga. Her life is full of love and laughter as a wife and a mother of five glorious children. Patty’s professional background provides her with a strong foundation for her work at Silver Lining. She is a Registered Nurse caring for premature babies in a hospital setting as well as the Director of Financial Operations and teacher of health and business course for Brighton College.
Suzanne is a registered certified Hatha Yoga Instructor specializing in beginning, gentle, restorative and intermediate level yoga. As well as being a Yoga Therapist, a Hamsa Kriya Breath Work Facilitator and a guided meditation moderator, Pranic healer; she is also certified to teach students with Multiple Sclerosis and cancer survivors.
Suzanne is highly qualified and experienced. Her instruction is gentle, sensitive and compassionate for each student’s individual needs. She guides each student through their practice using breath work, postures (asanas) and guided meditation. Her classes are intuitively taught in sequences to improve body/mind coordination, thus increasing strength and flexibility energy and balance to the body.
She has been teaching yoga since 2000 at numerous yoga studios in St. Louis, Colorado and New York. Suzanne has conducted yoga demonstrations to organizations and has written numerous published articles on the value of yoga. Suzanne has been video taped for Washington University, several support groups (MS society, NSTH, Oasis) and has been written about in several local newspapers and magazines.
Suzanne’s commitment to Yoga has taken her to many areas of the country for her continuing education Training since 1999. She has been trained by many reputable teachers from around the United States—Rodney Yee, Jamie Sanchez, Judith Lassiter, and Thomas Fortel and takes a yearly yoga intensive with Rod Stryker.
While working for 10 years with several prominent St. Louis plastic surgeons, Suzanne became aware of the need for movement with the body to help healing after patients had breast surgery.