Our Instructors

 

IMG_8369Phillipa Beck RYT 500 Phillipa owns and operates Full Circle Yoga. She is also is a partner and organizer of Northern Sky – Meditation & Yoga Wilderness Retreats.  Phillipa completed her initial yoga training at the Salt Spring Island Yoga Centre.   Following that she studied Anusara Yoga in Vancouver; completed Kid Yoga teacher’s training in Peterbourough; Hot Yoga teacher training in Ottawa; and studied Anatomy Yoga with Susi Hately Aldous in Calgary. From there she specialized in Yoga for Anxiety and Depression, completing the Level I practitioner training with Amy Weintraub, and spent a month at Kripalu, near Boston, Mass., studying Yoga for Trauma with Bo Forbes and Bessel Vander Koek. In Tuscany, Italy, she studied Scaravelli Yoga, a gentle intuitive sensing into the body.  And in 2015 completed her RYT 500 through the South Okanagan Yoga Academy.

 

Amanda Follett Hosgood  Amanda teaches with a belief that yoga should be accessible to anyone who wishes to experience it. With a background in Ashtanga and a love for bringing creative sequencing to her classes, she teaches a beginner- to intermediate-level Astanga-inspired flow that incorporates varying measures of sweat, breath, laughter and relaxation. She practiced yoga for over a decade before completing her 200-hour teacher training at Yandara Yoga Institute in Baja, Mexico in March 2014.

 

 

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Yeva Glover brings her diverse background into her offerings as a yoga teacher: being raised in the wilderness, dancing professionally in NYC, intensive studies into many modalities of yoga, and, now, being a mother of two. Yeva has taught yoga for 7 years, teaching adults, teens, & children, in studios & schools, as well as leading local and international yoga workshops and retreats. Trained in NYC and Vancouver, Yeva is a RYT-500 certified Vinyasa, Yin, Pre-natal and Kids’ yoga instructor.

 

Craig Stewart   A practicing geoscientist with the BC Ministry of Environment for many years, Craig left that position and went on to pursue Yoga training through the Salt Spring Centre in the summer of 2015.    “On the physical level I feel stronger and more attuned to myself. At a more subtle level I feel I am becoming a better person and believe more strongly in my life path and choices. I feel a better energy within and I think send better energy to the outside world as well. Yoga has been reaffirming to many critical aspects of who I am while also introducing me to new thoughts and ways of being.” His teaching is Hatha and Ashtanga inspired.

 

Hannah Barnes  is a Physiotherapist, has a BSc in Sports Science and is a Balanced Body Pilates Mat Instructor. Originally from England, Hannah completed her degree in Physiotherapy in 2008 before moving to Canada where she has been working in the private clinical setting for the past seven years.  Pilates has been a long time interest, and by integrating it in to her clinical practice, Hannah has been able to see the benefits it can offer in injury prevention and recovery through its focus on creating postural balance, alignment and strength to help optimize movement and performance.

 

 

unnamed-2Shannon Rue  “I discovered the joy in yoga almost 20 years ago and have had an evolving practice ever since. The consistency of my practice has ebbed and flowed depending on where I am on this wild and amazing ride called life. As with most things in life, I believe there is no one style of yoga that suites a person at all times and therefore have developed a multi style approach to my practice both for my massage clients and yoga students alike. I’m often out playing in the mountains, rivers and oceans or chasing my kids around but I always happily find my way back to my mat.” Shannon completed her 200 hr YTT at Yandara Yoga Institute.