Hannah Ebner – Yoga and Meditation
Hannah Ebner has a passion for helping people connect more deeply to themselves and to each other.  She teaches Yoga and Heart Rhythm Meditation for embodiment, self-regulation, and spiritual growth.  For the last eight years she has taught at Montessori schools, volunteered with the Alternatives to Violence Project in prisons, and facilitated the Our Whole Lives Sexuality Education program for various age groups.  She received her BA in English Literature from Carleton College in Minnesota, and her MAEd from St. Catherine University.  In 2015 Hannah completed a two-year training in Heart Rhythm Meditation with the Institute for Applied Meditation on the Heart and has continued to meditate, attend retreats, and teach community meditation classes since then.  She also holds a 200 Hour Yoga Teacher certificate. She can be reached at (520) 360-6745.  “Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.” – Carl Jung
Shelley Knuffke, LMT – Massage Therapist
Shelley began her love and study of natural medicine and holistic health over 30 years ago. She was a single mom so spent her time being mom and dad to her sons. She took a class here and there but could only recently dedicate herself to full time study. Shelley became a massage therapist because she believes in the healing power of touch therapies and believes massage allows the body to properly relax and use its innate ability to heal itself. She believes that the body mind and emotions can greatly benefit from massage, and quiet relaxation. Shelley incorporates aroma therapy, relaxation, stretching, strength and flexibility techniques into her sessions. She uses all natural and organic oils tailored to each client’s needs. She understands that no massage is like another but each one is unique and tailored to the specific needs of her client at that time. She is continuously studying the human body and new techniques for natural healing and massage. She is a firm believer that all we need to heal anything that ails us, mind, body or emotions can be found in nature and the power of touch therapies. Shelley enjoys nature and spending time with her children and grandchildren, who, she says are the light of her eyes and her inspiration for all she does. She knows and lives the truth of Hippocrates quote “let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”. Shelley lives and shares her knowledge of proper nutrition and a vast understanding that if we feed our bodies properly, stretch and exercise properly, along with receiving regular massage, that the human body is absolutely capable of healing itself and being vital, energetic and free for our entire lifetime.  You can reach Shelley at 520.603.6605 or Knuffke.rmc@hotmail.com.
Soleil Schwabe BA – Yoga Instructor; Owner Let’s Sweat Tucson
Soleil has been dancing since the age of 7.  Ballet was her love until she began doing Bikram yoga 10 years ago.  She graduated from Boston University in 2013 in Entrepreneurship and moved to Durango, Co where she practiced Vinyasa and Hatha yoga and completed her teacher certification in 2015.  Recently she moved back to Tucson where she recently opened a new fitness studio  – Let’s Sweat Tucson.    Although Soleil is no longer teaching yoga at Palo Santo, she is offering special yoga pricing to all Palo Santo clients.  The majority of the classes at Let’s Sweat are spin + strength and the classes vary daily!  Soleil teaches a yoga class at Let’s Sweat Tuesday’s from 4:30-5:30pm as well as a spin/yoga class from 6:45-7:45pm.  As Princess Diana said, “I don’t want just to be but to do’.  Above all I am a student and class lover.  I look forward to working with you”.  Soleil can be reached at 520.349.8465.
Diane Smith, LCSW
Diane is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified EMDR Therapist with 30 years of experience. She
has worked in a variety of settings, but most recently in a medical clinic where she gained valuable
experience working with a broad range of illnesses, injuries and chronic pain conditions. Diane is now
focusing her work in the area of chronic pain. She provides individual psychotherapy but it is her
preference to bring people together in groups to learn coping skills and to address the myriad of issues
that come with pain conditions; these include coexisting depression, anxiety, trauma, isolation and sleep
problems, among others. Diane is also a Certified Yoga Teacher and enjoys bringing gentle movement
into her therapy practice. Her Chair Yoga classes are fun, accessible and modified so that everyone can
participate safely and can find joy in movement. Diane can be reached at 520-248-7836 or