Beverley Blumberg: Yoga Instructor
After many years of rigorous involvement with yoga under excellent teachers, Beverley spent a decade running, swimming and doing hard physical work on her olive farm and in her production pottery. So her return to the practice of yoga came with an understanding of the effects of strains, overwork, injuries and the challenges of aging. Her return to the regular practice of Hatha Yoga has focused on awakening an understanding of the body – awareness of posture and the importance of establishing a balanced foundation.
Beverley enjoys going back to basics and exploring the demands of a rigorous daily commitment that is both physical and emotional. For her own practice as well as her teaching, she regularly attends workshops with senior teachers. Beverley feels our practice of Hatha yoga is constantly unfolding before us, so she will interact with each student from their own personal vantage point. This means she is as happy working with beginners as with those who have an established practice. She believes most people, once introduced to the regular practice of yoga, will find it remains a constant and stabilizing part of their lives and her aim is to spark this awakening where she can.