College students from several disciplines (Business, Community Health, Exercise Science, and Mass Communications) have chosen to intern at Sun Moon so that they might understand a wellness-based entrepreneurial business model.

Sun Moon Yoga has been a regional resource for yoga, and alternative healing arts for a decade. The studio has provided diverse classes and healthy lifestyle programs for: Pre-natal, children, seniors, high-risk teens, incarcerated women, corporate wellness and university athletic teams.

The studio hosts certifications through the Master level for Reiki (hands-on energy work); meditation classes, Thai Yoga bodywork trainings and an array of workshops and trainings on health benefits of yoga. With a well-qualified staff, and consistant emphasis on quality, Sun Moon Yoga is a model for other natural health wellness centers.

echo food shelf food drive at sun moon yoga

Sun Moon
ECHO Food Shelf Drive
MSU Marketing Intern Kami Ostergaard wrapping boxes in Christmas paper for the 2010 food drive donations. Kami's responsibilities included promoting 11th Annual Free Yoga Classes for donations to ECHO Food Shelf.

Read about Kami's experiences
as a Sun Moon intern.

Inviting applications for Sun Moon Interns!

Our interns work independently, as Sun Moon Yoga is a low-tech environment. Internship hours can vary, and much of the work is done off the premises. Interns are supervised by Mona Ceniceros, BA Mass Communications, Chico State University; National Press Women award-winning newspaper reporter, photographer; MS, Health Science, MSU, owner Sun Moon Yoga since 2000.


health fair

Mass Communications intern Ashley Decknatal (left), with Community Health intern
April Bundy, holding Sun Moon Yoga door prize offering at ISJ-Mayo and
District 77 employee health fair, Winter 2010.