Beth’s love of movement began when she was a child, dancing in her bedroom to movie soundtrack albums. She has studied ballet, modern dance, ballroom dance, and bellydance.
She began practicing yoga in 1998 after a long period of self-neglect, during which she gained lots of weight and became a pack-a-day smoker. “I was depressed and unhealthy,” Beth admits. But her yoga practice lead her down a path of transformation, health, and wellness that has become her message and purpose.
After becoming a yoga instructor in 2007, Beth began helping women change their relationships with food as a Healthy Living Coach. And last year, she became a Thai Yoga therapist. Beth believes that all three disciplines, yoga, wellness coaching, and Thai Yoga Therapy, are all different approaches to the same thing: healing the mind/body holistically. All three produce dramatic transformations on their own, but especially when combined into an overall program.
Beth is a 200-hour RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher), Cooper Certified Wellness Coach, and her Thai Yoga Therapy training is from Michael “Mukti” Buck and Mary Elizabeth Sheehan of the Vedic Convservatory. She’s a graduate of TCU and lives in Fort Worth.
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