Rebecca is a Certified Yoga, Meditation, and Ayurvedic Lifestyle Practitioner RYT-200 I started my yoga practice at age 18 as a way to improve her endurance and keep her body healthy while skiing.
At the time, she didn't realize the profound positive effect this mindfulness practice would have on my mental health. As a survivor of childhood trauma that seemed to keep repeating, she suffered from severe depression and anxiety that nearly ended her life.
Yoga, meditation, and mindfulness were a big part of her healing journey and continue to be resources in her everyday life.
Rebecca is committed to helping others as a mindfulness educator. She started sharted career in mindfulness working for the Chopra Center for Wellbeing in Carlsbad, California. There she learned from some of the most influential thought leaders of our time. After receiving the highest level of education from the Chopra Center, she worked as a wellness Event Manager and was able to be a part of hundreds of workshops, seminars, trainings, and retreats focusing on using mindfulness tools to help people feel better.
Her dad is a Marine veteran who served in the Vietnam war. She has specialized training and nearly 10 years of experience teaching trauma-conscious yoga and meditation to military veterans and their families.
She believes by giving yourself nutritious food, sleep, mindfulness practices, and surrounding yourself with support you are cultivating resilience. Resilience to ride the ups and downs of life and enjoy the ride.
Her mantra is, “I do this for me. I do this for you. I do this for love.”
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