Sianna Sherman is an internationally celebrated yoga innovator who shares her passionate voice with devotion, deep practice, and soulful teaching. She is known as an inspired storyteller and as a community activator of conscious and collective collaboration. Her initiation into the fires of yoga occurred in 1989 and she has been immersed in the practices ever since. In 2008 she was featured in Yoga Journal as one of the 21 talented young teachers shaping the future of yoga worldwide. Sianna weaves alignment, therapeutics, potent sequencing, mythology, Tantra and the power of the practices with accessibility for everyday transformation. Her Mythic Yoga Flow offerings have garnered a global following where she pours mythic consciousness into the embodied art of yoga with unhindered creativity and love.For 15 years Sianna served as a leading Anusara yoga teacher. She credits these years as being a tremendous source of her own growth as a teacher and always holds the Anusara community with great affection. In her extensive apprenticeship with John Friend, she cultivated deep understanding for the therapeutic application of biomechanical principles of alignment always connected to the highest rememberance of opening to Grace. Some of Sianna’s other primary yoga influences are Ashtanga yoga with Richard Freeman and Sri.K Pattabhi Jois, Vinyasa yoga, Iyengar yoga, and Kundalini yoga. Her primary orientation of Yoga philosophy is Tantra and her most influential teachers are Paul Muller-Ortega and Douglas Brooks.In addition to the path of yoga and Tantra, Sianna’s influences are vast. She has deeply studied in herbal apprenticeships, story-telling, music, dance, priestess traditions, plant spirit medicines, martial arts, Thai massage, bodywork, Acro yoga, poetry, hula hooping, and shamanism. Among her influences in the folkloric ways of women, Sianna offers her blessings to the following teachers: Gina McGarry, Jahanara Mangus, Mara Levin, Cascade Anderson Geller, Susun Weed, Rosemary Gladstar, Holly Hamilton and Brenda Rose Villa. To the oral traditions of story-telling, indigenous to the Native American and Celtic lineages, she wishes to thank Martin Prechtel and John O’Donahue. To her Open to Grace family that keeps her humming and alive in the most glowing and vibrant way, she offers her never ending praise and adulation. And to the perfect flow of the Maha Shakti who guides her every step of the way and ushered her forth to the most magical love with Theo, she bows in full pranam. Sianna offers an eternal garland of never-fading, alway fragrant lotus flowers to the Divine Mother.