Beth's diverse background makes it very easy for her to meet her client's needs whatever they may be: Physical or Emotional. Stress is often reflected in the human body, yoga therapy examines the whole person to find not only the immediate pain/issue but the true source. Beth particularly loves working with the breath (vayu) to both assess the physical body and lower stress in her clients. She can help with chronic pain, injuries, diseases such as cancer, diabetes, scoliosis, and heart disease to bring health and healing to you.
Beth's private practice, Breathe Yoga Therapy, works with individual and small groups. Beth is also an Adjunct Instructor in Kinesiology at Berry College.
Beth has been studying yoga for over 15 years, is a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT) and Yoga Alliance Registry (eRYT-500). She is a Certified Yoga Therapist, C-IAYT having completed her second Masters of Science degree in Yoga Therapy through Maryland University of Integrative Health. She has also studied Thai Bodywork in-which she moves you in and out of shapes, and applies acupressure, to release the muscles. Beth is also a Reiki Master, member of the Sound Healers Association, was a classroom teacher and was a licensed Brain Gym® Instructor (educational kinesiology).
MS Yoga Therapy Maryland University of Integrative Health 2015 MA Education and Human Development George Washington University 2009 BS Early Childhood Education Berry College 2002 AA Data Processing Technology Catonsville Community College 1981