Teachers at Love Light Sacred Space

Melissa DeOrazio

Melissa completed her Kundalini Yoga teacher training program at Yoga Yoga (Austin, TX) in 2006.

Her and her husband bring their musical meditations to classes and workshops under the name Surya Revelers; when they are not teaching and sharing this transformative practice, they perform together as The Dirty Rain Revelers (Roots-Rock/Americana) and through travels.

Amy Leefe-Jones

Amy was introduced to Kundalini by her twin sister who was practicing in LA. After taking a few classes, Amy was hooked when she realized her entire system would change after a class – anxiety and fear would diminish; she would know her internal strength and power; life seemed more enjoyable and peaceful after a class. The practice intrigued Amy, and she immediately knew she wanted to learn more about it. In 2016, Amy completed her KRI certification in London and has since been teaching yoga.  Amy also completed a Kundalini pre-natal training in 2019 with Gurmukh Kaur Khalsa of Golden Bridge Kundalini Yoga.

Amy has a strong desire to help others recognize their inner strength and full potential. She works with others to increase self-worth and acceptance. She has a passion for helping people fulfill their dreams. Amy believes Kundalini is a technology for opening people up to know their true selves and guide them on their path.

Amy is a New Orleans-native with a strong love of the city. She loves seeing entrepreneurs bring innovation to New Orleans. Amy is the co-founder of two wellness food brands. She lives her with husband, Patrick and adorable 2 year old son, Winn.

Brianna Oubre

Brianna is a 200 hour RYT and a recent graduate from Shanti Yoga Training School. She enjoys the challenge of the physical practice of Vinyasa flow yoga as well as having a love for meditation. While she enjoys many different forms of physical exercise for their detoxifying effects as well as physical and mental benefits, yoga brings a special knowledge of the self and internal stillness that is unmatched by any other forms of movement. In her classes, she aims to rid her students of the common misconception that yoga is simply about strength and flexibility and emphasizes the importance of bringing focus and mental clarity into the practice. In addition to teaching yoga, she is a student at Tulane University studying economics, math, and psychology.

We are all a part of God and God is in each of us.