Amanda Trevelino, C-IAYT, RYT500, E-RYT200
Amanda’s mission is to steward personal discovery and self-health. She discovered yoga at age 40, just out of the hospital and needing to heal something within that doctors, medications and substances couldn’t touch. She doesn’t teach a lot of handstands, but hopes to help people stand on their own feet -– maybe with a little more grace, compassion, confidence or balance. Amanda believes that yoga, in all its many forms, ultimately is an inside job. She enjoys working with breath, sound and touch, to help source innate healing capacity. Most of her training stems from the Kripalu and Pranakriya traditions under the direction of Yoganand Michael Carroll. Through this network of teachers, she’s learned that the yogic journey is a path of judgment-free inquiry and endless unlearning.
Amanda is certified by the International Association of Yoga Therapists and a registered Yoga Alliance teacher. She is a certified Thai bodyworker, and she trained in Self-Awakening Yoga Therapeutics® under Don Stapelton PhD (Nosara Yoga Institute, Costa Rica), and with Pranakriya School of Healing Arts. She continues advanced studies at Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Massachusetts.