Everyone can experience the benefits
of gentle & Therapeutic Mindful Yoga
We are so delighted to share with our Rilascio community one of our own Network Care admirers Melanee Cooper owner of Healthy Zen. A passionate, devoted yogini, teacher, student of life, health and food enthusiast, spiritual seeker, earth momma to two daughters and soul sister to many friends.
In our eyes Melanee is truly a gem to our community and aficionado when it comes to yoga, healing, Network Care and living authentically in the world. All the while, finding new ways to be of greater influence to the lives of others and the planet through service. With her extensive yoga background and immersion studies with master teachers since 2001 she has developed an honoring approach tothe supporting spine, body movement, healing and whole being. We are grateful to share Melanee's guidance and mastery with you... with the goal of a gentle introduction to yoga for all ages and offering easy ways to bring yoga into your everyday life.
One of her core beliefs is the yogic practice of Seva. A spiritual practice of service. She has taught yoga at the Children’s Memorial Hospital, Sara’s Circle Homeless Shelter for Women in Chicago, Casa Serena and Girls inc. in Santa Barbara, as well as volunteered in China, Africa and India teaching yoga.
Rilascio and Healthy Zen are joining together to promote healing as our SB county and Montecito community begins to restore, reorganize and renews on so many levels by offering a 2 part gentle restorative therapeutic yoga series that will complement your Network Care and support you right where you are in your body and life.
Balanced body, balanced mind.
The ideal yoga practice is one that’s the right fit for you. Melanee's intention is to create a safe and comfortable place for you to explore movement and breath to facilitate and develop an awareness of balance, strength, flexibility and alignment in the physical, mental and emotional body.
All Class Donations Will Be Donated to SB Support Network
Montecito Mud Slides
Leaving Families in need of our help
A Grassroots Group of Women Created
S.B. Support Network
Six moms (with 15 kids between them) banded together to help Montecito families impacted by the natural disaster. While long-term help — such as unemployment benefits and FEMA-backed assistance — takes time to materialize, immediate needs often get overlooked. These moms set out to change that. Their mission is to offer immediate assistance to the needs of families impacted by the recent mudslide, who have lost: homes, love ones, belongings. While there are many organizations helping during this time of need from the Red Cross to Direct Relief etc..
We have found that we are most effective in making a direct connection between family needs and from families who can support those needs.
If you are a family in need, or know of one, please contact S.B. Support Network, email intake coordinator Tara Haaland-Ford at email@example.com.
S.B. Support Network has operated under the nonprofit umbrella of the SBCC Foundation, which allows donations to be tax deductible. The group has no administrative fees or overhead of any kind, said cofounder Jennifer Harris. “One hundred percent of our donations go straight to families.” So far the group has helped 125 individuals in more than 40 families.
1221 State Street #200, Santa Barbara, 93101
Our office is located in downtown Santa Barbara, across the street from the Grenada Theater, in Victoria Court. We are upstairs, near Soho, and directly next to the Power Of Your Om yoga studio!
There is an elevator near the mailbox room,
or two different flights of stairs.
There is free 75 minute parking in the #5 parking lot directly
behind the Victoria Court building.
Be Well | Live Well
Dr. Schuyler Du Bourdieu & the Rilascio Chiropractic Team