Amanda is fascinated by the experience of embodiment, especially the body's ability to reveal and heal. She approaches yoga is an invitation to tune in to the body’s innate wisdom; to create ongoing dialogue.
Amanda is a Pranakriya Therapeutic Yoga Teacher (RYT500 Tantra Hatha Yoga), a Self-Awakening Yoga Therapeutics® practitioner, is certified in Thai Massage (200-hr) and plant-based nutrition. She’s a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists, and continues to study at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Massachusetts.
Having come to yoga at age 40 to address injury, Amanda originally trained in hot yoga, but now leads light-hearted vinyasa, balanced with Yin, restorative, meditative practices and pranayama.
Her instruction emphasizes breath, philosophy, alignment, but most importantly, self inquiry as informed by trainings with Don Stapelton, Ph.D. and Yoganand Michael Carroll, as well as Seane Corn, Christina Sell, and inspiring Atlanta-based teachers who’ve demonstrated strength through vulnerability. More at www.yoga-amanda.com.
Amanda Trevelino instructs the following:
Foundational Flow is the bridge between Basics and Infinity Flow. This class allows each student to flow thru a series of moderately challenging poses. Each series has been created to work through lines in the body building strength, flexibility, and endurance. Classroom is not heated.
Restorative Yoga is a slow all-levels class designed to balance an active practice or decompress after a stressful day. Using props, postures are held for a longer period of time to initiate a deep relaxation of the body and mind. Classroom is not heated.