American College of Sports Medicine – Certified Personal Trainer
Brain Fit Yoga Instructor in Orlando's medical community with Florida Yoga Therapy
Previous guest lecturer for Occupational Therapy students at The University of St. Augustine
Former Advisory Board Member for MiraCosta College’s Kinesiology Department
Physical Therapy Aide experience, working two years in a yoga-based clinical setting
Strength training coach developing specific athletic, and yoga, injury prevention foundations
Experienced with wide ranges of fitness – from youth to seniors, pre-hab to rehab, plus professional and tactical athletes
iPhone app creator of Stretching & Flexibility: Learn to Stretch Without Yoga
American Academy of CPR & First Aid – BLS CPR Certified
Licensed and insured
B.A. in Liberal Arts, emphasizing Asian Philosophy and Humanities
Ten months of training in Asia
Trained in Japan, learning physical conditioning (体操; taisō) and breath (氣; prāṇa) exercises
Trained in Nepal, learning from a living lineage of Matsyendranath and Gorakshanath
Five years of living and working at yoga & meditation retreat centers in the UK and Spain
International experience organizing retreats and giving group presentations
iPhone app creator of Meditation & Mind Training: Relax & Reduce Stress
Judo 1st degree black belt
Translator of essential yoga training verses from Tibetan and Pali
Demystified yoga and meditation fundamentals - benefit from over 20 years of international teaching experience.
Based on six generations of scholarship and training, starting in 1880, when European yoga began.
Developed through personal apprenticeship under the senior most fourth generation Western yogi in England.
Whether training at athletic facilities, Doctors' offices, or Physical Therapy clinics, people often say they feel like they've worked out, stretched, and relaxed - all at the same time - and want to know what this system is called.
The fountain for this lineage is Boudhanath, Nepal, a town made famous for its central monument often simply called "Boudha", pronounced Boda, which means "Awakening".
This monument is the basis for our logo and name, so folks can tell their friends it was yoga from Boudha that benefited their lives - and we hope Boda Yoga can improve the quality of your life too.