Susan Ni Rahilly has reached an interesting point in her life now that she’s in her ‘sixties, as a Yoga and Meditation teacher and author, she considers herself “trans-genre”: a multi-dimensional teacher, regarded as a Master in India.
As a twice published author, Meditation and Hatha Yoga Teacher, Zen teacher, and teacher and trainer of Hatha Yoga and Meditation Teachers, she is the founder of suZenyoga, “Spirituality, Understanding, Zen, Energy and Nutrition through dedication to Yoga practice.” Susan says she has “come to terms with being a story-telling wellbeing teacher and practitioner”.
Susan’s teaching typically draws on breathwork in deep Hatha practice, as well as Raja Yoga. 30 years in her own practice and teaching Meditation now for 25 years, Susan’s Hatha Yoga teaching is inspired by Zen and her ongoing research into our innate abilities for deep listening and intuitive practice.
Having been formerly a freelance Journalist and Vegetarian Chef, her insights into writing about health and wellbeing from the Yogic perspective are from personal experience. She was a regular contributor to, Featured Writer and Mentor for OMTimes Magazine (omtimes.com) as well as contributing to Espanol OM Times, and she contributes to Times of India Times Wellness and Speaking Tree Sunday Spiritual National Newspaper and also their global online community website to which she was invited to contribute as a Master.
“My aim is not to change the world, but change our attitude to self-healing: bringing peace instead of fear, and offer the support we all need when we are on a healing journey . . . when we know better we can do better, and better information makes for better choices.”