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BIO

All About Beth Davis Yoga

My name is Beth Davis. I’m a yoga teacher from Canada, presently sharing my practice, my spirituality and my life.

I am happiest moving courageously though my life with love and something to focus my energy on. I found yoga at a time in my life when I was suffering from anxiety, depression, and suicidal thoughts. The practice of asana quickly began to change my life. It provided me with a foundation that I could trust in. I enjoy using my body as a gateway to the present, allowing the past and the future to slip away quietly. Many of my accomplishments on my mat have come simply from my belief that I should be able to succeed because I was born with everything that I needed.
 

My first training was a 500 hour intensive yoga course in L.A. in 2011. Since that time I have completed more than 1500 hours of training and continue to study with knowledgeable teachers in the industry, including Kim Tang, Esak Garcia and Francisco Morales Bermudez.

 

I have been teaching Ghosh Lineage Yoga full time in both Alberta and BC, Canada since I graduated in 2011 and have been blessed to spend time travelling and teaching in Thailand, Indonesia, Portugal as well as the USA. 


My competence as a teacher comes from experience. But the passion and drive for what I do comes from me. Belief in Self is one of the biggest lessons in human life. The space I hold gives you the opportunity to gift yourself vitality, health and good posture. Connect with your potential for greatness, kindness, compassion, and love.


3 Things the space I hold offers;


1. A safe, warm room to explore yourself, your "edge" and your current reality so you can see a path to self awareness. I believe with self awareness the gates to change open.


2. A consistent, challenging, informative class, allowing you to cultivate trust. The process is not always easy, but in my experience, always rewarding.

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3. I also want my students to know that it’s okay to be uncomfortable: that with discomfort comes change, physical, mental and emotional.