Co-Founder, Teacher, and Healer
After 29 years of living someone else’s life, Sherri Ta spent 5 years finding her Self, ultimately leading her to open Be Here Now Yoga Center. During the summer of 2011, Sherri traveled to the birthplace of yoga – India, to deepen her practice and to study yoga as a whole. Rishikesh was an amazing experience for her and it felt like she was coming home. During this trip she met two pivotal people who would lead her to her teacher Carol.
Back in the States Sherri was connected with Carol, who mentored her to connect to her true-Self. Throughout these sessions Carol was able to help Sherri heal herself and begin sharing the practice of spiritual intuitive work.
During this time Sherri also found her yoga teacher, Sri Dharma Mittra. She finally found a practice that spoke to her. Dharma Yoga isn’t only about the asana (exercises), it incorporates all 8-limbs of Yoga. She completed her 500-hour certification with Sri Dharma Mittra. Beyond her Yoga certification Sherri also studies Reiki Jin Kei Do and Buddho EnerSense with another amazing teacher, Gilbert Gallego. She feels very fortunate to have so many teachers guiding her in this life. Sherri holds a Masters degree in Counseling, Education and has a Yoga Life Coaching Certification. She has studied Past Life Regression with Brian Weiss and is currently studying Craniosacral Therapy with the Upledger Institute
It is the culmination of these experiences and teachings as well as following the wishes of her teacher Carol that led her to open Be Here Now Yoga Center and extend her expertise in the services of healing and wellness. Her mission is to create a warm and inviting community where it is safe for people to spark their rebellious nature, be big dreamers and take risks all while having fun. Sherri lives her life in joyful truth with fierce confidence. Her belief around what’s possible is contagious. She inspires others to trust in themselves and ignites their flame to create the life they always dreamed of. Numerous clients say, “Sherri kicks my ass with kindness.”