I love teaching yoga and have been a registered yoga teacher since 2014. I am currently working on my International Association of Yoga Therapist Certification through Inbody Yoga Academy. My goal is to make yoga assessable and safe to all who are interested. Yoga is about the mind, body and heart. It is amazing what yoga can do for each of us when we incorporate the breath, body alignment and mindfulness. Yoga is a powerful tool to finding balance in ones life.
I also offer multi instrument sound therapy that can be combined with a yoga session.
Contact me if you want private sessions. I offer private’s at $45 per hour. If you are looking for group classes please visit my website for my schedule.
Traci is very knowledgeable and professional as well as caring and kind. She offered the adaptations I needed!
Traci is a professional and experienced yoga instructor with a pleasing voice and calm manner. She offered modifications that were easy to understand and follow. A+++
We begin with an assessment when working one-on-one to determine what will work best for each client. We are all unique and each of us need an indiviualized approach.
500 hour Registered Yoga Teacher certification through Yoga Alliance
300 hour Level 1 Yoga Therapy certification through InBody
Currently working on my final practicum hours required for my Yoga Therapy Certification through InBody once all that is complete I will receive a International Association of Yoga Therapist Certificate
I have near 1000 working hours with clients
Sound Therapy Training through Sound Healing Academy
$45 per hour for private sessions
Group classes schedule and pricing can be found on my website
I began practicing yoga and found much relief with my depression and chronic pain. I felt strongly that I wanted to share and help others through yoga, mindfulness, meditation and sound vibration. There is so much possiblity if we but look and practice.
I enjoy working with those that feel that yoga is not assessible to them. With modification and mindfulness yoga is for everyone.
I often work with seniors and those with limitations.
After working with a wonderful lady in her 80's. She exclaimed how easier it is for her to get around. She had found more mobility and balance with a simple chair yoga practice.
Talk with the teacher and see if you will work well with each other. Can he/she guide you and support you on your journey. Know that there are many styles of yoga. I feel picking a teacher that is well rounded and trained such as a yoga therapist give more possiblities. They have many more tools in the toolbox to help their clients.
What is their physical state? Injuries? Limitations? Energy Levels?
What is their mental state? Depression? Anxiety?
What are their goals? Strength? Mobility? Balance? Both psyically and emotionally.
Are they willing to put the practice in?