Tina Crandell

Tina Crandell, E-RYT 500, has been a registered yoga teacher since 2014 and in that time has continued to cultivate her teaching skills through study and practice and by working with students of diverse ages and backgrounds. In addition to her professional E-RYT 500 designation she has received certifications in the Integrative Amrit Method of Yoga Nidra Professional Training and Yoga Nidra Advanced Training and is highly qualified to facilitate classes in the Amrit Method of Yoga Nidra, I AM Yoga Therapy Body Psychology, and Advanced Yoga Practices. Most recently Tina started coursework towards registration as a Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT) through the Amrit Yoga Therapy Program. Tina also holds a B.A. in Art History from the University of North Carolina.
 
Tina is grateful for the opportunity to connect to all types of people through the beautiful tradition of yoga. She has built her career on providing an authentic yoga experience for students within - and outside - a traditional yoga setting. In addition to her on-going group instruction at studios around the Baltimore metro area and maintaining a portfolio of private and corporate clients, Tina has partnered with The Center for Trauma, Stress, and Anxiety in Bel Air to offer sessions in yoga and meditation to clients as a compliment to conventional psychological care. Tina’s additional experience includes working with elite athletes competing in semi-professional sports and middle-school and elementary students in Baltimore City public schools. Tina has also worked with adult students in specialized settings including an Addiction Treatment Center, Stroke and Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center, Outreach Center for Homeless Women and Children, and Low-Income Residential Housing Staff and Residents. Most recently, Tina has welcomed clients for private Yoga Therapy Body Psychology sessions specializing in anxiety/stress-reduction, trauma, and grief.

Tina is most interested in using the tools and wisdom of yoga to achieve profound emotional and mental transformations beyond just the physical – or, “fitness” – benefits. Tina’s approach includes a combination of asana (postures), meditation (mindfulness), pranayama (breath-work), deep relaxation techniques (yoga nidra), and yoga therapy body psychology techniques that work beyond the mind to restore and balance physical and emotional health and create a more positive relationship to the stresses of daily life. Her trauma-informed practices are intended for all, regardless of yoga experience or physical ability.

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