300 Hour Teacher Training
Nam is an E-CYT500 teacher and student of yoga and functional movement modalities. His yoga classes are grounded in biomechanics, strength, anatomical detail and mindfulness. Nam focuses detailed verbal cues and expert hands on adjustments/assists to help his students find a fuller experience in their movement practice; emphasizing specific learning objectives in each of his classes. Nam’s belief is that teaching yoga is just like teaching any other subject, in that the teacher has a responsibility to not just provide a unique experience, but to educate their students on the subject itself. Whether taking his restorative or vinyasa class, students can expect to explore their strengths, work on focus, and learn to about the subject of yoga on and off the mat.
Nam has worked with professional athletes in the NFL, MLB, and NBA in a myriad of ways such as aiding in recovery from injuries, maintaining strength and flexibility Pre/Post season, improving range of motion, and increasing strength at the end range of motion. He has worked with other private clients as well, to help them recover from injury, improve their skills in specific yoga postures, and/or find mindfulness and stress reduction.
As a YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider) educator, Nam has been considered by his community as a “Teachers Teacher” who enjoys helping students as well as other teachers further their study and understanding of yoga and movement.
Kellie Livingstone has been sharing healing through Yoga and Yoga Therapy since 2011. With over 2000 hours of teacher trainings under her belt, her classes and workshops are deeply inspired by her thorough knowledge of both the physical and energetic body. She strives to inspire her students to foster an interest in slowing down, paying attention to the subtle things, and remembering their innate ability to heal themselves.
Her asana classes typically involve a deep focus on breath, postural alignment, and investigation of heart-felt intention. Because of her love for both yogic philosophy and poetry, there is often an interweaving of the two within each asana class. She has taught classes and trainings in the U.S, Costa Rica, Bali, Thailand, and New Zealand. When not teaching yoga you can find her lost in a good book, handstanding in the sunshine, or exploring remote corners of the planet with her partner, Chris.
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