Jodie K Lea
Jodie K Lea
Jodie K Lea, MA, E-RYT-500 has been teaching in the healing arts for over 20 years. Her background includes Depth Psychology and Counseling, Tantra Yoga, and Tibetan Buddhism. The integrative union of healing practices from East and West have been a constant source of inspiration and healing for Jodie, and her calling to share these passions with others has been clear since she started coaching at age 16.
Jodie earned a B.A. in Psychology from the New School University in New York City and a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, California. She wrote her Master’s thesis on Painting and Psychotherapy: The Creative Inner Journey and went on to work in clinical settings including sex offender treatment, drug and alcohol rehab, juvenile detention, and treatment for families in crisis. Jodie developed a thriving private counseling and life coaching practice in McCall, Idaho and contracted for the Integrative Medical Clinic, St. Luke’s McCall for a decade until turning her attention exclusively to yoga.
Jodie completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training program in Idaho in 2008 and completed a 500-hour Yoga teacher training program in Thailand in 2013. In 2016 and 2017 Jodie spent 2 Months at the Lama Tsong Khapa Institute in Pomaia, Italy in Silent Tibetan Buddhist Meditation retreat with Dr. B. Alan Wallace. In 2014 Jodie opened Tantra Power Yoga with the aim of offering students a solid foundation in physical health through asana and pranayama practice, an expansive experience of mental health through diverse meditation practices, a subtle mastery of energetics and the chakra system, and a philosophical vantage point with which to view, understand, and integrate any of the great wisdom traditions. Jodie has the unique ability to teach with joy and spontaneity and to inspire a broad range of students. Her unique teaching style encourages students to participate in their own spiritual path, one that is both metaphysical and down-to-earth at the same time.
Tom Halvorson was born in Portland, Oregon and grew up in Orting, Washington. In (2012) Tom experienced a shoulder injury which led him to seek out many different doctors, naturopaths, physical therapists you name it, he tried it, but recovery finally came through yoga and massage therapy. Tom discovered that yoga and massage were more effective because he found connection and healing in the mind and body. In 2013 Tom left the Heating Ventiation and Air Conditioning business to pursue his Certifications in Massage Therapy through Cortiva Institute of Massage, Reiki certification in 2013 with Jeff McMahon Reiki master, and Yoga Teacher Training at Tantra Power Yoga in 2016. Tom is also a student of Wim Hof and practices intensive pranayama and cold water immersion therapies.
Tom now devotes himself full-time to his business Tom's Reiki, Massage and Yoga. He does mobile massage, private and group yoga sessions along with with many different types of massage modalities such as reiki, cupping,deep tissue, myofacial release and neuromuscular therapies. Tom's passion for sharing the gifts of yoga and massage stem from the life changing effects he has experienced with both. To schedule an appointment with Tom please call him at 253-380-2685 or 208-867-8654. Tom offers a FREE 30 minute massage to ANY New Members at Tantra Power Yoga.
Jocelyn Pulver, BA, E-RYT-200 is a yoga instructor, environmental consultant, river guide, life coach, and avid student of life. In harnessing her personal power through the divine, she finds joy inspiring big dreamers and soul seekers how to discover and create their own personal power. As a yoga teacher and creator of Embody Your Reality, Jocelyn aims to help others re-connect with their inner guide, embody more love, peace and freedom; all while creating a mindset that empowers people to celebrate and value their authentic Self.
Jocelyn earned a B.A. in Communications with an emphasis in Journalism and Public Relations from Boise State University in Boise, Idaho. She wrote a thesis on Perspectives of Inquiry: How Challenging Current Accepted Beliefs can Successfully Silence Open and Free Scientific Discourse. From her time spent in university, Jocelyn realized she culminated knowledge rich in study, yet felt inept when it came to personal experience. Upon graduation, the opportunity to become a successful journalist no longer interested Jocelyn, so she chose to take a hiatus from her academic studies and become a river guide. For seven years, Jocelyn spent much of her time in the backcountry and traveling abroad. She spent time working and studying in Peru, Nepal, Tibet, Turkey, Spain, and other parts of world, while embracing the history and cultural background. When she wasn’t traveling abroad, Jocelyn found solitude on the rivers in Idaho exploring the depths of nature, whilst seeking out the meaning of life and pursuing a career in environmental consulting.
Jocelyn completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training in Idaho with Tantra Power Yoga, under the guidance of Jodie Lea, in 2018. She has been a dedicated student of yoga for 12+ years and continues to expand her understanding of the 5,000+ year-old practice and apply the teachings to her own life on a daily basis.
If you have questions for Jocelyn or simply would like to reach out, please feel free to contact her via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 208-869-6903. You can also follow her adventures via Instagram, @embodyoureality
Elizabeth Kittell, or on social media @idayogagirl, lives on the Salmon River with her husband Jon in Riggins, Idaho. Elizabeth is a passionate Yoga Teacher, Reiki Master, Doterra Wellness Advocate, entrepreneur and professional river guide. Elizabeth found yoga after she completed her degree in Health & Exercise science. She was living a wanderlust life style at the time, chasing whitewater rivers around the world. Yoga helped her stay grounded and process the emotional layers of following her heart. Eager to know more, she traveled to Peru and immersed herself in her first yoga teacher training with the Inbound School of Yoga. Her teacher Chaitanya N. Das helped her awaken to her energetic self and consciously take a path towards light. Her yoga classes are slow powerful flows that have a twist of partner yoga and even ACRO yoga on occasion. Elizabeth makes yoga fun whether you are working on touching your toes or practicing handstand.
Elizabeth created Yoga Inbody in 2016 which offers adventure yoga retreats worldwide and private healing retreats in Idaho. When she isn't unplugged or abroad, she is available for Reiki sessions, private yoga classes and outdoor play dates! If you want more info on her retreats, check out www.yogainbody.com or call 208-315-0820. Make sure to follow @idayogagirl on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram for positive energy and yoga inspiration. Elizabeth is currently enrolled in Tantra Power’s 300 hr training program with Jodie Lea and is very excited to travel yet into a deeper layer of consciousness. Let the good times roll…Namaste.
Kate moved to McCall in spring of 2018. She completed her 200 hour teacher training in fall of 2017 at Timeless Yoga in Ogden, Utah. While Kate is still very much a student of yoga, she loves to teach. A few of her goals as a teacher are to help people explore their bodies and move in healthy ways. Kate wants to help her students link their breath and movement for a smooth and relaxing vinyasa flow. Kate welcomes students of all levels to come practice with her! She supports others who are on their own journey and wants to help others be their best self.
Kasey came to yoga from a lifetime of athletics and manual labor. From growing up the second of eight children working on dairy farms, to collegiate rowing, to bicycle racing, to wild land firefighting, Kasey has had dirt under her nails and calluses on her hands for many moons. She came to yoga as a physical pursuit and kept coming back because it made her feel better. As she delves deeper into the teachings of yoga what strikes her is the beautiful simplicity and accessibility of what if means to lead a good life! She began teaching yoga because she truly loves sharing the experience of doing something that has such profound effects on people and they walk away thinking “That’s just what I needed!”
Lindsay is the creator of Buddha Body Yoga for people who think they can’t do yoga. As someone who struggled with body image all her life, she has used yoga, mediation, and mindset work to make amends with her body and learn to love it - as it is.
Her workshops are geared toward cultivating genuine love and admiration for our bodies by learning their language and learning how to work with them through asana, pranayama, and meditation.
You will also find Lindsay managing the studio and teaching restorative yoga a couple of times a month on Sundays.