Teacher Feature: Beverlyn Baer

Say hello to our newest Teacher Feature: Beverlyn Baer!  Learn some interesting tidbits about Beverlyn in her own words below.

🎒 I lived abroad for 8 years, 4 of which were spent as a nomad traveling around South America, Europe, the Middle East and India.

🕉 I have been teaching yoga at Cook County Jail for the past 2 years.

🐶🐱I am a huge animal lover and have fostered numerous cats and dogs.

🌿 I love going on adventures outdoors and finding plants that I can propagate to add to my indoor jungle.

 I’ve been vegetarian for nearly 18 years and vegan for nearly 8.

🎨🎼 I also love using my creativity to make music and crafts.

Beverlyn teaches at Yoga For All Beings on Mondays at 12PM and Sundays at 4:30PM.

Read more about Beverlyn in her full bio…

Beverlyn began her journey with yoga in 2010 at a small shala in central Tel Aviv. With a background in ballet and jazz dance, yoga offered a different type of physical demand and a different type of mental clarity than what she had become accustomed to in the dance world.

It was the connection that she began to feel, the mind-body experience, the humbleness and acceptance of the present moment that kept her coming back day after day. She has had the great fortune of being guided by beloved teachers, including James Marks, Roee Weiss, Rolf and Marci Naujokat, Balu Thevar, Gabriel Halpern, Alexia Bauer and Bridgett Piacenti. In 2014, she completed an Ashtanga Vinyasa and Yin/Restorative Teacher Training Course (RYT 200) at Brahmani Yoga in Goa and has since focused primarily on making yoga accessible for every and anyone who is interested in using yoga to explore their world within.

She focuses on listening, paying attention to, and honoring the signals that the body sends, creating a deeper layer of mind-body connection. Her classes are trauma-informed, inclusive, and aim at taking a deeper look at mindful thought patterns, somatic awareness, and the strength and flexibility connected to resilience.

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