Amber Campman graduated from the Living Mandala School of Yoga’s 200 hour yoga teacher training in November 2013. She has been practicing yoga since 2002 when yoga was discovered as a means of exercise and stress relief while she completed her BA in Psychology and Sociology. She decided to pursue the 200 hour teaching program primarily as a means of gaining a deeper sense of knowledge about yoga as a physical practice, as well as an increased awareness about herself as a means of determining purpose in her life. What she took away from the teaching is that at the very core of it, yoga is so much more than moving around on a mat. Yoga is self-transformation, and the process of developing self-awareness can lead to healing in many aspects of individual life, which she believes is then naturally carried out into the global world. Amber believes that her role as a teacher/life coach is to act as a catalyst and a support for this self-awareness process to happen in all people that they work with, both in groups, classes, workshops and individually by providing a safe and sacred space for inner work, and guidance along the way.
Amber’s teaching style is primarily Vinyasa flow with an emphasis on the connection of mind, body and spirit. Because every person’s body, emotional state and level of practice and physical ability are different, Amber does not believe in a rigid teaching style. Amber’s main goal of each class is to offer a fun, guided connection of mind, body and spirit, by bringing the elements of nature and their energy into a class (earth, water, fire, air and ether). Journaling is always encouraged at the end of class!! All levels of experience are welcome.