Delphina

Instructor

Heather

Heather believes there are many doorways and pathways that can lead one to experience a direct connection with one’s own Soul and that of Spirit or the Divine. The practice of Yoga in its entirety is one of those pathways. Her Yoga journey began at the age...

Ally

Ally is a movement enthusiast! From dancing to yoga, she loves the full range of motion that exists in work, play, creativity, and contemplation, AND in what she believes to be one of the most productive activities that exists: relaxation. Ally spent a decade of daily...

Mariana

South American-Southern belle-PNW transplant and everything in between. Mariana obtained her 200hr yoga teacher training in Koh Phangan, Thailand and feels very fortunate to now have the opportunity to teach others. She strongly believes in the transformational power...

Farrell

Farrell is driven to create a welcoming space where students can explore and cultivate their own practice with a spirit of levity, open-heartedness and compassion. With a foundation in Iyengar, her classes provide a framework of structure and alignment but also...

Delphina is a playful, old soul who relishes the power of movement to reconnect us to ourselves, each other, and the natural world.  If she’s not in the yoga studio, chances are she’s knee deep in her flower field, leading a wilderness trip, or gazing at the ocean with a notebook in hand.

Yoga has been her constant companion throughout the travels and adventures of her twenties. From New York to Arkansas, Mexico to Montreal, she has explored many styles and completed her 200 hr. Registered Yoga Teacher Training in 2014 with Great Heart Yoga, based out of Olympia, WA.

Dedicated to bringing yoga beyond a studio setting, Delphina has incorporated yoga classes into her social work with youth and seniors, and with those recovering from trauma. In 2014 she trained with Street Yoga in Seattle to further prepare her to work with under-served youth.  

Having earned the nickname “The Hummingbird”, Delphina has had to learn the balance of being on the go with slowing down. This drew her to more restorative styles, Vipassana meditation, and Yoga Nidra. As a result, she has begun to focus on the capacity of yoga to calm the nervous system and heal the mind-body balance, pursuing trainings in Yoga Nidra, Yoga for Parkinson’s, and Accessible Yoga.

Now that Friday Harbor is home base Delphina looks forward to offering classes that teach participants to integrate yoga into their everyday lives to develop the stillness that is already present within.