Brooke Sullivan BA, c-IAYT, e-RYT500 is a yoga therapist, vitalist herbalist, writer, retreat leader, practitioner and educator of the Science and Philosophy of Sri Vidya (ParaYoga) Tantra. She is the director of The Wild Temple School of Yoga + Herbal Wisdom and lead teacher of a 500+hr. traveling yoga teacher training program, Wild Temple Yoga. An initiate of the Himalayan Sages, her passion is to empower and to embody the sacred in all aspects of life and her mission is to empower people…sometimes even, radically…to step into their highest, healthiest most powerful selves.
Brooke’s dedication to yoga and the healing arts has been cultivated with almost 20 years of experience in yoga, Ayurveda, herbalism, vitalism, vibrational healing (flower essences, homeopathy, Tibetan Energy Healing) and holistic woman care as well as cultivating the art of self-care while traveling internationally. She has a deep and driving desire to understand and connect to the beauty and joy in all life and in all people while being inspired and inspiring others in the mystical wisdom traditions that light all hearts.
Brooke has been an assistant to her teacher Yogarupa Rod Stryker, founder of ParaYoga and studies closely with her grand teacher, Pandit Rajamani Tigunait of the Himalayan Sage Tradition. She is an experienced doula, a graduate of (The House of La Matrona) Midwifery School of Women’s Health and Homeopathy, and of the Appalachia School of Holistic Herbalism. On the east coast, she has taught classes, series, workshops, and retreats at Warren Wilson College, The Grove Park Inn, Asheville Yoga Center, West Asheville Yoga Center, and the South East Women’s Herbal Conference. On the West Coast, Brooke writes and makes videos for Yoga International, has taught at Honeyroot Women’s Retreats, the Sex God and Yoga Conference, leads Wild Temple Yoga retreats to Mt. Shasta, Ireland + India and runs one of the first Yoga + Herbal Schools in the international directory of Yoga Alliance, “The Wild Temple.” She lives in the beautiful Sierra Nevada foothills, meditating, teaching, writing, and playing in nature.