CHRISTINE LOVEJOY  has taught Yoga in the Coeur d’Alene area for nearly 20 years, and opened the doors to Morning Light Yoga in December 2001. 

She is certified through the Pacific Yoga Teachers Training and Advanced Studies Program in Seattle, WA and is registered with Yoga Alliance.  She co-owns and manages Life Center Therapies for Well-Being and has been a Washington State Licensed Massage Practitioner since 1989 as well as a licensed Massage Therapist in the State of Idaho.  She has been initiated at 2nd Degree Reiki through the Usui System.

She enjoys her role as a Ceremonial Officiant; and has created individualized ceremonies for weddings, memorial services and coming-of-age rituals.

Her students are guided towards body, breath and mind awareness as they engage in Yoga’s classical poses and slow flow movements.  She gives gentle encouragement- supporting each student towards wholeness and optimal health.

Christine's teaching style is influenced by her formal study of the Yoga Sutra of Pantajali, as a student of the Buddhist traditions, and by her daily practice.  Her aspiration is inspired by the words of Shantideva:  "For as long as space endures and as long as sentient being remain; may I, too, remain to dispel the suffering of the world."

She is grateful to her teachers, her parents and her ancestors.

is a native of Coeur d'Alene who has been teaching at Morning Light Yoga for twelve years.  She is a Registered Yoga Alliance Teacher through her studies at Pacific Yoga in Seattle. 

Her style of teaching reflects her ongoing studies of yoga philosophy, Ayurveda, anatomy, and the principles of alignment.  She teaches with an attitude of "beginners mind," seeing herself first and foremost as a student.  Teresa recognizes the responsibility of the teacher's role and connects with her students in a gentle and compassionate way, encouraging them to live their Yoga on and off the mat. 

In addition to her formal studies, Teresa is inspired by time spent in Nature, her world travels, and cultivating relationships.  You will often find her with her beloved Labrador Retriever, Olive.

is a student of Yoga, Qi-Gong and Tai Chi.  His teaching style is influenced by his understanding of Earth Spirituality and Eastern traditions. 

He is an accomplished Massage Practitioner, licensed by the State of Idaho.  Dwight has also received his 2nd Degree Reiki initiation through the Usui System. He has been in private practice since 1983. He brings to Yoga his acute understanding of human anatomy and the dynamics of body movement.   He teaches from a place of gentleness, respect and deep centeredness.

He has co-taught Partner Yoga; co-facilitated silent retreats; led sweat lodges; and substitute-teaches at Morning Light Yoga.  He is grateful to his ancestors and all of his teachers.

MONICA TARR has been studying yoga for 12 years and is Yoga Alliance RYT 200 registered.  She has experienced the benefits of yoga and incorporated all aspects into her business career as well as hobbies such as skiing, equestrian, and paddle boarding.  Monica has a passion for helping others and sees yoga as a fun and compassionate way to serve others. 

For more information: 208-651-9193

SARA MORROW   is a Licensed Psychologist and Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) in
Coeur d'Alene who specializes in child, teen, and family mental health services. In her private practice, Dr. Morrow provides psychotherapy to youth and their families for treatment of a wide variety of issues – anxiety, depression, OCD, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, behavioral disorders, coping with stressors/trauma, and parental guidance and consultation.

Dr. Morrow developed Mind Balance Yoga in order to guide people toward optimal well-being, combining the science of western psychology with the wisdom of eastern yoga philosophy. 
She finds that yoga is the “putting into practice” much of what she teaches her therapy clients – mindfulness, breathing techniques, relaxation, increased awareness of negative/harmful ways of thinking, cognitive restructuring to direct the mind towards positive/adaptive ways of thinking, self-compassion and having a healthy body image, social and communication skills, and coping skills for managing stress/anger/anxiety/depression/trauma.

Sara teaches from a deep sense of connection and social responsibility.  She finds great joy in sharing yoga's transformative influence on the body and mind.