2861 Lynnhaven Dr

Virginia Beach, VA 23451 - Virginia Beach City County

(757) 496-7444

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Debbie Harrell

Debbie Harrell approaches her teaching with an emphasis on breath, alignment, and compassion. She is registered with Yoga Alliance as an Experienced Hatha Yoga Instructor, E-RYT 500. Her initial Yoga teacher training was in Ashtanga with Beryl Bender Birch at Omega Institute. In 2005 she graduated from the universal-movement 200 hour yoga teacher training program. She also completed both 200 hour and 500 training programs with My Yoga Spirit. Continued studies include Carol Krucoff and Kimberly Carson's therapeutic intensive Teaching Yoga to Seniors at Duke Integrative Medicine in Durham NC. She was awarded the titles Yoga for Seniors Instructor and Yoga for Seniors Therapist. Restorative " Relax and Renew®" training was done with Judith Lasater in 2009. She is skilled in the use of props and asana variations to suite the needs of students with mobility issues. Debbie is a graduate of Old Dominion University and resides in the Ocean View area of Norfolk.

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Francoise Kaufman

Francoise has studied with a broad range of nationally renowned Yogis. She holds teacher certifications from the International Yoga Institute and Studio Bamboo Institute of Yoga both in Virginia Beach, Virginia. As a practitioner of Yoga for over 10 years, Francoise combines Hatha & Raja Yoga (postures) with Pranayama (breathing techniques) and Eastern Philosophy to develop a student's individual practice. With a focus on breathing, balance, and alignment, she prides herself on catering to the individual level of her students. A strong believer that "Yoga is the best recipe for happiness," Francoise is eager to share these ingredients with students at all levels who seek harmony between mind and body. Francoise also brings the great practice of Reiki to Studio Bamboo.

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About Studio Bamboo Institute of Yoga:

Welcome to Studio Bamboo, a center of movement that offers a pause, a refuge from stress and hurriedness, tangible the minute you step into the space away from the cars whizzing by. It is the space in between the rest of our busy days and lives where students can show up and belong. Even if it is your first time to the center, your friends are certainly there (maybe you just haven't met yet!). The consistency, reliability, and integrity of the teachers and staff both attract a welcoming community and are respectful of students' busy lives. Students have a choice, come join a community of individuals who have embraced these practices not only as exercise, but as a way of life.

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