Sue Steindorf, Founder
Sue Steindorf founded Dayaalu Center in 2013. To learn more about her vision and the process of creating Dayaalu, read her inspiring story, "Founder's Notes." Along with a myriad of responsibilities running the Center--everything from doing dishes to greeting people at the front desk-- Sue also teaches a variety of yoga classes and offers private sessions.
Sue writes a thoughtful reflection, often featuring a theme, yoga pose or practice. The reflections are published in Dayaalu Center's e-newsletter and now archived on our website. Read Sue's Reflections
"Shortly before the Center opened I attended a meditation workshop where I experienced a magnificent image that captured the essence of Dayaalu. As I closed my eyes two ears appeared that started to move together to form a heart. The heart then began to transform into a beautiful lotus flower. Two leaves formed under the flower and they became hands. Then a hummingbird appeared and started to drink from the flower. Then a voice said, “when you deeply listen to your heart and are supported by community you can drink from the nectar of life.”
Link here to read Sue's inspiring journey to Dayaalu...