Amie is a Registered Yoga Therapist and has been studying the therapeutic application of Yoga since 2005. After passionately undertaking a regular practice of Yoga in 2003 she started to experience Sacroiliac Pain (SI pain). It was this experience that lead her to study more of the bio mechanics required to practice the Yoga poses without pain or strain. Having a passion for science since her university days in Australia Amie enthusiastically pursued her studies in Yoga Therapy and has never looked back.
Today Amie’s unique and integrated approach to the ancient teachings of Yoga and the science of human movement helps athletes, cancer survivors, chronic pain suffers and anyone that hopes to get more out of their lives with less pain and tension.
Amie believes there is truth in movement (TM) and that while the mind plays many tricks on us, the body never lies.
Amie’s approach includes movement assessment and the designing of personal programs that are conducive to relaxation, healing and support functional movement patterns. She has taught Therapeutic Yoga workshops, classes and private Yoga Therapy in Mexico, Australia and Canada and can always be convinced to do more.
Amie is a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists, Pain BC , The Australian Association of Yoga Therapists (AAYT) and The Canadian Yoga Alliance.