Celia Ebrahimi

San Diego, CA
United States
Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

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I have spent the majority of my life in the academic world studying Biochemistry, Kinesiology, Neuroscience, and Cell Biology. After more than a decade studying sciences, I decided to focus my energy on my own Spiritual Journey.

I began my Spiritual Journey by participating in yoga classes and was immediately drawn to the powerful healing that yoga created within my mind. Wanting to share with others, I signed up for yoga teacher training and became a certified 200-RYT in 2012. In my classes, I strongly focus on helping my students develop a healthy and non-harmful physical practice, that embraces their own expression of each asana.

My passions for healing myself and others inspired me to continue exploring holistic therapies and in 2014 I completed my Ayurvedic studies and became an Ayurvedic Wellness Practitioner. I hold a Professional Membership with the National Ayurvedic Medical Association. At this time, I am co-teaching an AyurYoga 100 hour training program for yoga teachers interested in integrating Ayurveda into their yoga classes. In addition, I am writing books on the topics of AyurYoga, Ayurveda and Sleep Disorders and Women's Health.

I am also a certified Yoga Therapist (International Association of Yoga Therapy) and a Reiki Practitioner.


Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

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Very Friendly
More Hands off
Frequent Adjustments
New Teacher
Very Experienced
On the Wild Side
Safety Oriented
Body Focused
Very Spiritual


Average: 5.0 of 5 stars
A wonderfully, truly devoted teacher

I've been practicing with Celia for over a year now and I can tell you, no where have I seen a more thoughtful, truly dedicated to her craft teacher. She is extremely knowledgable in yoga, asana, theory and more than anything Ayurveda. Her attention to detail, the time she puts into creating every single class, every single talk, the energy she puts into everything - is wonderful and appreciated by her students.