Beth Franklin

Yoga has changed my life profoundly, not only physically but spiritually as well. During a crisis point in my life I had the thought that I should practice yoga every day. I signed up at a local studio and did go every single day. That was the beginning of a whole new life for me. I began teaching in 2006 and completed my teacher training through Yoga Alliance in 2009 www.yogaalliance.org . I have continued my training with many nationally and internationally known teachers including; Rolf Gates author of Mediations from the Mat www.rolfgates.com , Doug Keller author of Yoga as Therapy www.doyoga.com , Gabriel Azoulay creator of Bikyasa , www.bikyasayoga.wordpress.com Lorin Roche & Camille Maurine authors of Radiance Sutras and Meditation Secrets for women www.lorinroche.com . I am also trained in 12 step recovery yoga, a program created by Nikki Myers which helps people with addiction issues. www.y12sr.com , Finally I have been trained to teach Kids Yoga by Youth Yoga School here in Evansville and have been enjoying teaching yoga to 1st graders at Sharon Elementary school for over 2 years. I am a retired counselor . I have found my counseling background has been complimentary to teaching yoga. I also have been trained in Reiki and am a level three Healing touch practitioner. Yoga is not only what I do and teaching it is my passion!


Beth Franklin instructs the following:
  • Classic Yoga (Hatha)
  • Classically a slower moving practice, but it can be challenging, stimulating or gentle depending on who attends class. The integration of breath while holding poses for long periods of time with intention and relaxation comprise this branch of practice that encompasses and integrates many styles of yoga. Beginner friendly.

  • Classic Yoga (Hatha)
  • Classically a slower moving practice, but it can be challenging, stimulating or gentle depending on who attends class. The integration of breath while holding poses for long periods of time with intention and relaxation comprise this branch of practice that encompasses and integrates many styles of yoga. Beginner friendly.

  • Hatha Flow
  • Flow-based Hatha Yoga links the postures practiced in a regular Hatha class into a sequence of movements that "flow" with the breath in a more vigorous series. Flow-based Hatha Yoga or Vinyasa involves moving from one posture to another with very little rest in between and creates a strong cardiovascular workout.

  • Restorative Yoga
  • This style of yoga is all about using props. The gentle postures are held for longer periods of time to initiate deep relaxation of the body, mind and spirit. Slow Restorative Yoga is beneficial to anyone living in this fast paced world and particularly a great way to decompress after a stressful week. Beginner friendly.

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