Susan Ashley Hunt is a spiritual teacher and Buddhist. Sue, her husband Dan and wolf dog call the high desert Taos, New Mexico home. They spend as much time in nature as life allows. Sue is called to hear, follow and realize SPIRIT in her work and teaching. Sue teaches spiritually transformative workshops all over the United States. Together Sue and her husband offer group and solo immersion retreats that submerge the student's body/mind in plant medicine, conscious consumption, mindful living, and spiritual practice with mind altering affects.
E- RYT 500
Susan Ashley teaches eastern philosophy, yogic practice, embodying the divine feminine and meditation in teacher trainings, national workshops and international yoga retreats. Sue has her Bachelors of Arts in Hinduism and Buddhism from Trinity College, CT. She continued her graduate studies in an Individualized Masters of Arts program with a concentration in Consciousness Studies and Transpersonal Psychology. In 2009. Sue completed a 1,500 hour Yoga Development Course, immersed in the teachings of Swami Sivanada Radha at Yashodhara Ashram. Susan has also studied yoga therapy at Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram, Chennai India, with the Lila Yoga 500HR. Sue truly sees her current teacher and spiritual guide for life as Paramatma Siri Sadhana, and continues to study and be inspired by her work.
Work 1:1 with Susan Ashley
The depth of this practice/mentorship is a multi-dimensional portal. Expanding the body/mind’s visceral understanding of mindfulness, and spiritual expansion. It is deeply transformative to work 1:1 in the space of vulnerability, honesty and non-judgement. So many of us practicing yoga; it’s my soul’s calling to facilitate the journey of living a mindful, connected and contemplative life. One of which we reclaim our power and act from a place of grounded equilibrium. We will explore and reorganize limiting patterning from the physical to the emotional/mental and spiritual. The strategic design of this program encourages integration and alignment from within
Sue works one on one with students and clients. The student teacher relationship is a co-collaborative one. The therapeutic modalities used will vary between asana, kriya pranayama, meditation, essential oils, nutrition, organic products, cleanse regimens and supplements. Journaling, didactic dialogue, contemplative conversations will help us uproot misperceptions. Postural analysis will give us a window into the psyche, and help tailor each session to your body and mind’s needs.
Urban Zen Integrative Therapist
Susan worked with the Urban Zen Integrative Therapy Program in New York City at the Urban Zen main offices in the west village. She has also contributed to UZIT programs over seas in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She has shared the Urban Zen work in NYC radiation centers, in private client settings, yoga studio workshops and on the University of Cincinnati Cardiology floor. Urban Zen and Iyengar Yoga teachings are woven into the core of Sue's teachings.