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Yaron Gal Carmel has worked as a body worker since 1987 and trained in numerous massage therapy modalities in Israel, Europe and the United States. In 1995 he was certified in Thailand Traditional Massage at the Thai-Massage International Center MA. He collaborated with Maxine Shapiro, LAc, LMT on the textbook, The Dancing Meditation of Thailand Traditional Massage. Yaron studied extensively with Tom Myers, Advanced Rolfer, and is certified as a Kinesis-Myofascial Integration (KMI) Structural Integration Practitioner and Teacher of Kinesis. He teaches workshops in “Anatomy Trains” and has served on the faculty of the Muscular Therapy Institute in Watertown, MA, where he has taught Anatomy, Kinesiology, Thailand Massage, Swedish Massage and Polarity techniques. He teaches certificate training courses in Thailand Traditional Massage, as well as his own method, “Thai-S.I.,” which incorporates his background in anatomy, kinesiology, Yoga, martial arts, sports and mechanical engineering. Yaron Gal Carmel is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education provider.His classroom is known for its liveliness and fun, with experiential exercises, hands-on applications, and attention to therapist self-care. Massage and movement therapists alike are inspired and moved by learning experiences with Yaron. Yaron co-founded the Therapy Center for Mind and Body, where he maintains a busy private practice.
Dr. Jing Liu
Dr. Jing Liu started his traditional Chinese medicine training from a private traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) master in China 40 years ago. After obtaining his medical Doctor degree in Norma Bethune University of Medicine Sciences, major in western medicine, Dr. Liu continued his study in integrated medicine and achieved Master degree and PhD degree. He was a physician in China Academy of Traditional medicine Sciences, an integrated medicine institute, before he came to USA. Dr. Liu engaged in TCM research at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Harvard Medical School for 15 years. His special interests have been on inflammation, autoimmune disorders, pain and cancer. He has contributed more than 30 publishes. Dr. Liu also has a TCM practice at The Marino Center, a very well known integrated Medical Center in the Boston area, and his own TCM clinic since 1994 in Massachusetts.
Cathy loves what yoga focuses on: the infinite possibilities for self-transformation, physical and spiritual strength, and appreciation for life. Rather than seeing herself as an edge-pusher, Cathy identifies her approach as one of exploration, a search for inner-balance, and being in touch with one’s body. Cathy’s classes will include pranayama, meditation, Ayurvedic principles and dynamic vinyasa flow sequences. She has been teaching yoga for eight years, with over 400 hours of teacher training certifications. Her teachers have included Shiva Rea, Scott Blossom, Gary Kraftsow, and Max Strom. One of the greatest things Cathy hopes for in teaching a class is that students are more connected to and compassionate with themselves.
Karen Fabian is the founder of Bare Bones Yoga. She has created teacher trainings, workshops and classes focused on children, teens, athletes and a program called Women’s Wellness Groups which combines yoga, mediation and a wellness roundtable discussion each week. She teaches at studios in Boston, meets with clients privately and teaches in pre-schools and non-profits for children. She also teaches at Community Rowing, where she creates custom yoga programs for rowers of all ages. Karen has taught the Men’s Crew team at Northeastern for two seasons as well. She is a Baptiste Certified Yoga teacher and an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance. She writes for Patch, the community newspaper owned by the Huffington Post, MindBodyGreen, Mindful Hub and has her own wellness blog. Karen’s academic background is in Physical therapy, Rehabilitation Counseling and she has her Master’s in Health Care Administration. She has a 25-year career in management, implementation and project management in a variety of health care and software companies.
Maureen Miller is the founder of Living Life, Making Choices, which is focused on helping others find balance, trust, intuition, and discover what feeds their soul. The revelation of the physical and spiritual benefits of her own yoga practice and health exploration, led Maureen to teaching yoga and becoming a Health Yoga Life Certified Health Coach with the intention to share the benefits of yoga and healthy living with others. Maureen is an E-RYT 500 Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher. The joy of teaching and coaching, as well as observing students/coachees “AHA” moments, inspires Maureen daily. In addition to teaching yoga for over 12 years, Maureen has led the Yoga New Hampshire Teacher Training/Develop Your Practice (TT/DYP) program for over 6 years. In her previous work life, she held a leadership position at a state-wide human service position for 8 years. The skills and experience gained in that position easily transitioned to her role in leading the Living Yoga community, the yoga studio she founded, as well as the TT/DYP program. Maureen’s natural coaching abilities led her to explore coaching. She holds certifications from with UNH Professional Coaching Certification Program and Health Yoga Life. Find Maureen and Living Life, Making Choices on Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, and on Elephant Journal.
Lainie has over 30 years experience aiding organizations in growing their business; as well as developing and improving team performance and communication. As a HYL Certified Health Coach trained in the HYL Method™ she provides a range of consulting services, including executive coaching, team building, and leadership, management, employee development and group facilitation. She is particularly adept at developing people strategies, team building and selling concepts, products and services. As an Organizational Development Consultant for a premier health care provider in St. Louis, she was responsible for executive coaching, team building, conflict resolution, and organizational restructuring. Lainie has also designed and conducted supervisory training and developed and presented seminars. As a trained psychotherapist, she specialized in adult, couple, family and group psychotherapy. Her previous experience includes working with the premier employee assistance program provider in the country, headquartered in St. Louis. She was involved in all aspects of the business including supervisor training, account management, and counseling individual clients. Lainie has been the principal of Neiman Consulting, LLC since January of 2005. She focuses on business, career and life coaching, with a specialty in family owned business and health coaching. Lainie’s educational background includes an M.A. in counseling and a B.A. in psychology from WashingtonUniversity.
Deborah Donenfeld has joined two seemingly disparate career paths and works as both a photographer (children and portraits) and an HYL Certified Health Coach. With 20 years’ experience as a photographer – putting people at ease in a situation when most are uncomfortable, by coaxing their true selves to shine through in a natural and authentic way – Deborah is able to bring this proclivity to her coaching. She encourages her clients to look deeply inward, and specializes in helping people understand the mind-body connection, uncovering the deeper factors contributing to health issues and stuck-ness. Deborah sees the creative possibilities in her clients and helps them realize their full potential. Her new photography books include: Baby ABC and Baby 123, and she currently writes a health-coaching blog for NaturalHealthMagazine.com.
Tammy’s love of yoga began as a physical practice and the integration of yoga philosophy is what has kept her practicing and inspired her to become a teacher. Tammy discovered that the simple act of connecting breath to movement and keeping her focus on the present moment has changed the way she approaches her life. Tammy believes that the practice of yoga leads to self-discovery, and the reassessment of personal beliefs, allows you to see new possibilities both on and off your mat. She uses her personal discovery as the foundation by which she instructs her classes. She is a 200 hour Rasamaya Certified Yoga Instructor. Tammy is also passionate about being a Life Coach and offers this holistic approach to therapy at her studio. She is certified through Health Yoga Life and promotes their trademarked method; the Emotional Responsibility Method™. This method empowers people to realize their own potential for healing and health. She believes bringing awareness to the idea that we’re already whole frees us to embrace all aspects of our lives and live in our truth. She believes finding balance within the 4 Quadrants of Health™: Activity, Rest, Nutrition and Detox sets the foundation to live your life to it’s fullest. She is the owner and founder of Ajna Yoga Center in Salem, NH.
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