Yoga Instruction – I have been practicing yoga since 1995. During my school teaching days, it kept me sane and healthy. I trained as a yoga instructor in 2014. I am an RYT Hatha trained Yoga Teacher with specialized training in the following:
I have worked with all age populations of men and women, and with pregnant students in all settings – hospitals, nature centers, gyms, corporate wellness programs, and privates. My advanced teaching and science degrees and background mean you will receive the most attentive, carefully crafted, compassionate yoga instruction that will meet your physical and emotional needs. www.heavenlanecreations.com www.facebook.com/Heavenlanecreations #heavenlanecreations Instagram and Twitter itter.com/HeavenlaneTrank
doTERRA Essential Oils Background
I discovered doTERRA on my journey into healthy living and have been using these amazing oils since 2014. I have taken dozens of on-line training courses in the science of the oils. First I wanted to learn and use them on myself and my family and then I quickly realized my passion extended to assisting others in understanding how to use the oils and obtain the maximum benefits and healthy use.
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I have them fill out an intake form,
We meet and talk about goals, concerns, needs
Our first session includes a great deal of Q and A as I assess their fitness, breathing, discomfort, etc.
We set goals and time tables
I develop new routines for them each time I work
I make myself available to answer quetions via email or text between sessions
I have two advanced degrees in Education from the University of Virginia.
I was a school teacher for 20 years.
I have immersed myself in online training since 2014 Yoga Alliance training
There is a comprehensive resume link on my website. Click on Yoga tab.
Yes my privates are $80 session unless I have to travel more than 10 miles. Then there is a fee.
I discount if you buy a package. $75/session if you buy package of 5
$70/session if you buy a package of 10
I was a school teacher for 20 years in the high school and college classroom. I practiced yoga during that time. When I left the traditional classroom, I decided to devote myself to teaching health, yoga and about nutrition and essential oils.
I have worked with students from ages 8 to 89. I have worked with pregnant students, students coming back from surgeries, cancer and facing autoimmune diseases that are chronic such as RA, diabetes, thyroid issues.
I worked with an individual right after Hurricane Irma. She found me on the web. She was skeptical that she could do yoga since she is recovering from knee and back surgery. A few days after our first session, she contacted me and said: "she was quite amazed at how much better she had felt since my yoga session and was excited to be seeing me again."
Being good at yoga does not make a good teacher. Being good at teaching, listening, observing and helping you feel better is the criteria you should be evaluating. I am close to 60. I cannot do a lot of the yoga moves you see in popular media, but I understand about yoga and healing and if that is what you are looking for, then you should hire me.
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