Training

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Beverley McLelland 500+ Hr RYT 

200 hour Nosara Yoga Institute Interdisciplinary Yoga Teacher Training November 2011. Training in the techniques of teaching yoga, postures, pranayama, yoga philosophy, practice teaching by designing and implementing a creative flow to fellow students, relaxation and meditation and self-awakening yoga

68 hour Thai Yoga Massage training with instructors Aleksei Gomex and Monica U Lopez through the International Society of Thai Yoga Massage, September 2011. Theory and practical study of Thai Yoga Massage, receiving and practicing of.

200 hour Nosara Yoga Institute through Deva Tree School of Yoga in Cross Disciplinary Yoga Teacher Training, July 2013.  Training in the techniques of teaching yoga, postures, pranayama, yoga philosophy, practice teaching, yoga therapeutics, self-awakening yoga, relaxation and meditation.

15 Hr. Yin Yoga Teacher Training, October 2013, Introduction, Postures, Teaching Methodology, Sequencing, Practicum Alina Calinescu E-RYT200, BSc.

100 Hr. Anatomy and Therapeutics through the Deva Tree School of Yoga

50 Hr. Subtle Energy Body through the Deva Tree School of Yoga

100 hours Down Dogs and Doshas Yoga & Ayurveda through the Deva Tree School of Yoga

50 hours of Hands on Assist through the Deva Tree School of Yoga Teacher Training

+2 courses of assisting teachers in 200 hour yoga training

In 2011, she was inspired  to study with Deva Tree School of Yoga, and remains deeply grateful to Deva Tree for their wisdom, guidance and inspiration to deepen her knowledge completing two, Yoga Teacher Training courses.  It was upon completion of her second Teacher Training she found her true passion to teach.   Having a deep desire to continue learning other certificates include Yoga Massage through the International Society of Thai Yoga Massage, Yin Yoga teacher training module 1, Anatomy and Therapeutics as well as Subtle Energy, Down Dogs and Doshas & Ayurveda, as well as Hands on Assist through the Deva Tree School of Yoga.  The yoga journey is never ending and she continues to learn and refine her practice for herself and tor the benefit of all.

Years of developing and deepening her practice by attending various training sessions, have resulted in a deep passion for yoga and a desire and privilege to share her knowledge and love for yoga.  Her intention is to provide a fun, challenging and compassionate space in which to share the gift of yoga, while believing that bodies love to move and become stronger and more flexible with a consistent yoga practice.  Beverley began to teach in Owen Sound at tone yoga studio in 2012.  In the fall of 2013 classes commenced at Kincardine Knox Presbyterian Church, she has done some private classes with small groups, travelling to specific sites inside and outside as well, she has taught at   The Centre for Healing Arts in Kincardine and has now moved to a wonderful space in the Kincardine United Church.