Diane Butera, is a 500 RYT-E yoga educator. She is committed to empowering students with wellness education that honors individual differences, and our innate ability to heal. She uses a variety of mindfulness tools to further wellness of body, mind, and spirit. Diane’s cancer diagnosis 12 years ago led her to become a strong advocate for healing through mindfulness practices, particularly guided meditation. She teaches authentically, with a true passion for supporting her students.

She founded and operated a highly successful, large movement studio for many years. Her teaching career includes instructing at: local studios and fitness centers, AARP, Lane Community College Successful Aging Program , Oregon Cancer Foundation, Trauma Healing Project, Retirement and Assisted Living facilities.

She has lead teacher trainings, continuing education, and specialized workshops in areas of therapeutic yoga including yoga for healthy aging, yoga for strength, foam rolling, stress reduction, better sleep, pelvic floor, yoga for disabilities and injuries, healthy bones, and back care.

In addition, she is a wellness coach, helping her clients to live a healthy lifestyle that includes good sleep, nutrition, and physical fitness.