Yin Fascial Yoga Teacher

Beta’s approach is all focusing on physical and emotional trauma release, and improving long-lasting wellness for Body & Mind. She is well known for her expertise in guiding people through Body and Mind integration processes, with a unique combination of all or some elements of her training programs. Her approach is personal, thorough, deep, individualized, life changing and is suited to people who are curious and ready for transformation in their lives.

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Faculty

 
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ALEXANDER GITEN TONKOV

Biodynamic Breathwork Therapist & Trainer.

Giten Tonkov, Director of BioDynamic Breath Trauma Release Institute, a worldwide learning entity...

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NISARGA DOBOSZ

Massage Therapist & Trainer.

Born in Poland, Co -Founder and Director of European Institute Of Body Oriented Healing Arts (EIBOHA).

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SATYARTHI PELOQUIN

Myofascial Energetic Release Therapist & Trainer.

Satyarthi Peloquin is a Bodywork Trainer, Co-Dependency Trainer and Leader of the the Path of Love Seminar.

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BETA LISBOA

Yin Fascial Yoga Teacher

eta’s approach is all focusing on physical and emotional trauma release, and improving long-lasting wellness for Body & Mind.

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SIMON CALDER

Simon has been involved in Eastern practices since the age of 5 where he was introduced to Judo and the elements of mindful practice in relation to body awareness and compassionate respect for others.

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Trainings

TRAININGS

BBTR

Biodynamic Breath And Trauma Release

BioDynamic Breath and Trauma Release® (BBTR) Certification Practitioner Training "Access the state where energy flows freely through your being"! BioDynamic Breath® is built on new approach to trauma release. This profound and revolutionary system of body therapy integrates deep connected breathing with especially designed conscious movement, body awareness techniques, bodywork and meditation. When skillfully combined in an integrated flow and safe environment these techniques result in releasing long held trauma from the body/mind. BioDynamic Breath & Trauma Release System® is rooted in…  

MER

Myofascial Energetic Release

Learn how to release pain in the body. Mastering the art of working deeply with the body. Live Pain Free Learn Myofascial Energetic Release (MER) by Satyarthi Peloquin D. Lit DMT. In the Myofascial Energetic Release Training you learn to help people with: Back Pain   Plantar Fasciitis Jaw Pain (TMJ)   Migraines Cervical Pain   Chronic Pain   Fibromyalgia Shoulder Pain Head Aches  Hip Pain   Depression   Pelvic Pain   What is…  

ACCREDITATION AADP

Professional AADP accreditation is a process that gives public recognition to educational institutions that meet standards of quality.Professional accreditation is a voluntary, non-governmental means of assessing and certifying institutional quality. In other words, accredited institutions “deliver on what they promise students.” Voluntary standards the AADP looks at when accrediting an educational institution…

  • Have clearly defined and well-stated learning objectives.
  • Offer educationally sound and up-to-date courses.
  • Provide outstanding educational services to students.
  • Have demonstrated student success and satisfaction.
  • Have a competent advisory staff.
  • Promotes its courses truthfully.
  • Have an effective research and self-improvement program.

Professional accreditation is sometimes called program accreditation and is also known as specialized accreditation. Professional agencies are voluntary associations that are not covered by federal regulations. This type of accreditation is often associated with national professional associations, such as the American Bar Association which accredits law schools, the American Medical Association which accredits allopathic medical programs and so on. Professional accreditation promises students that the institution they elected to study with is a reputable one that will provide a quality education. Professional accreditation is not, however, a guarantee that your course work will be accepted by other educational institutions or state agencies, although this frequently can happen.