I am a Certified Yoga Teacher and I want to give you a little look into my yoga interests & trainings. This is so you can have a bit more of an idea of what I learn and also what I teach.
I completed Karen Fabian’s Blueprint Learning Program, an intensive anatomy training program for yoga teachers.
My studies with Karen and anatomy are on-going. The body is an incredible entity. Learning about it and how it works and moves, I believe, helps us be able to begin to see our bodies in different, more dynamic, and more functional ways.
Note for yoga teachers: I would recommend Karen’s training programs to any yoga teacher who wants to know more about the body, our bones, our muscles, our movement. Karen is a wonderful teacher who is passionate about her work. She always offers top quality classes and products. Click here to learn more about Karen’s trainings (and yes, this is an affiliate link so I get a little something for anyone who registers in Karen’s training. BUT, I’d still recommend her even if I didn’t get anything in return).
This is an organization that is near and dear to my heart. Mind Body Solutions is a nonprofit located in St. Louis Park, MN. Their mission is to transform trauma, loss and disability into hope and potential by awakening the connection between mind and body.
I have driven to Minnesota (from Ontario) on three separate occasions to take part in in-person trainings. I’ve loved going there and am continually amazed and inspired by the work that they do. My yoga interests and trainings with MBS are:
- Opening Yoga Instructor Certificate Program
- Opening Yoga Adapting Yoga for Disability Level I/II workshop
- A Mind-Body Approach to Trauma and PTSD
Subtle© Yoga Revolution Teacher Training (Online) with Kristine Weber
I am fascinated with Kristine’s work and have done (and continue to go back to) several of her online trainings. She focuses on bringing yoga forward as a way to work with the nervous system and to build resiliency. Where our world today is often so focused on appearance and physical exercise, Kristine is committed to the practice of “innercise.” This is where the focus is on calming the nervous system. For me, her teachings have helped, and are continuing to help, me to build the connection to my body that I had lost through decades of living with an eating disorder.