Hunnyfly’s Yogi’s Into the World mission is to educate ourselves about this global community. Especially the other animals of the earth. We are destroying the habitat of thousands if not millions of creatures large and small. The ONLY way we change is through education and direct experience – join us on this cool adventure.
Travel with Hunnyfly back in time and visit the Rural Karen tribe of North Thailand – work with Elephants in an elephant sanctuary and learn about how humans are impacting the future of ALL life on this planet – visit temples, museums, Bangkok and the floating market. Then if you plan on extending your stay with us fly south with us as we travel to Krabi and Koh Lanta for 2-3 nights on a less touristy and less hectic beach. Snorkel, relax and reflect on the journey. Yoga included throughout the tour (practice locations TBA)
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Healing Sound Bath
Lisa Barber Jay
My name is Lisa Jay. I am an earth angel that has been practicing the healing arts for over 20 years through bodywork and energy healing. I have been intuitive and sensitive to energy (empathic) since I was a child, and have always felt a deep connection with nature and animals (Thus, I also practice Animal Communication and have a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science). I also discovered I could see and connect with spirits as a child, and later learned to help them cross over. Besides my intuitive abilities, I am trained in several massage and energy modalities. I have worked over 15,000 people from all across the planet through massage and energy healing sessions (Some of their names you would probably recognize, but I will keep their names confidential for their privacy). After so many years of very physical massage work, I am honoring my body and choosing to focus my attention and intention on energy healing, sound healing, yoga and transformation. I combine techniques, such as theta healing, access consciousness, reiki, healing touch, Quartz crystal bowl sound healing, aromatherapy, Yoga and intuition to help you transform stuck or negative thought patterns and beliefs, clear past traumas and stagnant energy, and balance the energy field and energy centers within and around the body. Through this transformation process, I help you remember and step into the empowerment of the unlimited being that you are. In so doing, you are free to create the life you desire, with clarity and peace of mind.
Reina-Aerial & Acro
Reina & Breanna-Acro
Welcome to Hunnyfly! I’m Reina Campbell native of Lompoc and lover of yoga: My first yoga love came in the form of Acroyoga, AIReal to follow then finally Vinyasa. A bit backward from the rest but that’s the way I like it! I began Acroyoga 4 years ago and teach along with my lovely flyer, Breanna Churchman. We teach privates, including kids acro and workshops here at hunnyfly. I also teach AIReal yoga and Vinyasa and am working towards my 200 hr YTT through Yoga Alliance. I hold on to the feeling I had when I first began Acroyoga, the first time I stuck star in AIReal and my first Vinyasa class where my mind and body were in full connection. Synapses snapping in timing with my movement and breathing. The mechanism of my mind clear of all else but my moment in that pose. I hope to give that feeling back- to let that mom have a moment of peace and love towards her body, the working man feel a flow that brings them back to a graceful relaxing moment- whatever “that moment” is for you- come experience your relaxasana, releaseasana, ohyesthisisexactlywhatineededasana.
I am from the S. F. Bay Area and started taking Iyengar yoga classes with my parents in 1980 when I was nine. Yoga was NOT cool in the 80’s and neither were my parents, so I quit taking classes with them in 1986. I returned to classes at 16 studying more seriously with Richard Rosen. I loved Iyengar yoga and understood the benefits, but at 20 I fell in love with Richard Freeman’s teaching’s and began to study Astanga Yoga. I also fell in love with other things and other people that would, temporarily, shut the door to my yoga path.
By 1995, I was homeless in the Mission district of S.F. I slept on top of a cardboard box in a doorway. I often stole food or ate out of trash cans and gutters. I was addicted to drugs and my yoga life was, so clearly, a past life.
I got sober in 1996 and yoga slowly began to heal the scars the streets and my addiction gave me. I went back to my Ashtanga practice and went back to school. In 2001, while in school I started Inland Yoga in Riverside, CA. It was an Ashtanga based studio and we held morning practice six days a week. Yoga was again, my life. We outgrew our small space and opened the second studio and eventually the third as a research institute.
It quickly expanded and in 2005 we opened another. I founded Inland College of Yoga in 2005 and started the 1st 200 hr Yoga Alliance Teacher Training program in the Inland Empire. In 2006 I co-founded The Purab Paschim Institute, based in Mumbai, which added Indian culture and philosophy to Inland College of Yoga’s training curriculum and began to train people overseas. I co-wrote several training manuals and curriculum for teacher training programs at community and state level colleges in the Inland Empire. I taught yoga at Riverside Community College and Management at CSUSB. In 2007 I was married to, Vishal Singh Yadav, in Agra, U.P. I spent four years in India training people to teach yoga and lecturing, not only about Yoga, but about the social benefits of niche wellness markets—like yoga studios. I have been a 200 hr registered yoga teacher in Hatha Yoga and Kundalini Level I since 2005 and Master Level II Kundalini since 2006. I also have an MBA and love business; I have been an entrepreneur as long as I can remember.
My teachers are many—GuruMeher Singh Khalsa, the late Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, David Swenson, Leeza Villagomez, my father John Wilson and most recently Carmen Curtis from The Aerial Studio in Ventura. Yoga can be many things. It can be asana, it can be mantra, and it can be seva. Yoga is just part of certain people’s life. For me yoga has always been a gift; and an obstacle. It has, as Richard Freeman says, “ruined my life” more than once. I have been tripping over it and getting entangled in it for 30 years, trying in vain to outsmart my karma and avoid my dharma. Yoga pops up at the best and worst times-and I am not always grateful. I pull away from an honest practice and my life falls apart. I embrace one and my life comes back together. I will always be at odds with it because it is a spiritual practice and I don’t want to be spiritual. I want to drive a Tesla and have servants. I know my nature in the material world is questionable. But my nature in the spiritual is stable and honest. I am both the light and the dark; the hungry and full. I am, so surely, a human being.