Meet Our Tribe
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- Sheri BrownFounder and TrainerSheri BrownFounder and Trainer
Sheri is a licensed massage therapist, energy healer, and psychic who runs her own spa in Brookhaven. Seeing first hand the true power of the mind-body connection in her daily work, Sheri decided to add yoga to her practice. Booking a spur of the moment trip to Bali, she received her 200 RYT certificate in an intense, spiritual experience in the Pacific. Upon return to the states, she found she could not find any studios that stressed both the spiritual and physical aspect of yoga. Thus she decided to open Enerchi Yoga to bring her Indonesian experience right here in Atlanta.Adrianna CarterFounder, Teacher, and Studio ManagerAdrianna CarterFounder, Teacher, and Studio Manager
Adrianna is Sheri's daughter and a Georgia Tech graduate who left the corporate world to pursue her dream of making the world a happier place. ASonali SadequeeTrainer and NutritionistSonali SadequeeTrainer and Nutritionist
Sonali is passionate about educating and supporting busy individuals and people dealing with trauma in their journey towards achieving and sustaining wholeness. She is a certified alignment-based Hatha yoga teacher who has been teaching the movement arts for over ten years. In addition to her yoga practice, she works as a life coach in the fields on nutrition, meditation, energy work, and the Imago communication modality.
As a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Sonali specializes in teaching healing foods and plant-based cooking classes based on her certification from the Food for Life Cooking Instructor program of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). Learn more about her nutrition coaching here.
In her free time, Sonali volunteers her healing services for a non-profit organization that she helped co-found in 2006 called Kindred Healing Justice. KindredBree McDonnellTrainerBree McDonnellTrainerBree loves sharing yoga with every person she meets. An avid athlete, she decided to try yoga to compliment her volleyball practice. However, she had trouble focusing in a traditional yoga class and thought,Melanie McnallyTrainerMelanie McnallyTrainerMelanie