11 Rebecca Hagman
The Creative Nomad with
Why I loved this interview:
Rebecca was such a lovely person inside and out! She proves that there is not just one way to live in an RV (well technically a skoolie)
Rebecca, E- RYT500 (certified and registered yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance), RTT (Registered Thai Therapist) through THAI / certified Thai Bodywork Therapist, Certified TRE Facilitator, and ordained minister. She holds the registration with Yoga Alliance as a RYS200 / 300 yoga school.
Rebecca started practicing yoga in 2005 and shortly after that began the teacher training since she was elated by the results of her yoga practice on reducing severe back pain. She trained underneath the tutelage of Mary Beth Nehls and Beryl Bender Birch for her RYT 200 and David Oliver to complete her 500 hour certified course. She also studied 18 months of vedic chant and sanskrit with Cheryl Hall and Nial Mandall from the School of Practical Philosophy and Meditation Rebecca began her Traditional Thai Yoga Bodywork in 2006 and completed advanced training by September 2008 with Tanya Boigenzahn and others of the lineage of Pichest Boonthumme from Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand to complete over 300 hours of certified courses. She continued her study with ancillary courses in trigger point therapy, myofascial release, acupressure and moksha, chi qong and reiki.
Rebecca completed her TRE Certification (Trauma Release Exercises) with David Berceli, PhD as an additional modality she can provide in combination with her bodywork skills to help people release their stress and trauma issues and regain health.
Rebecca has combined her over 30 years of professional and personal experience in substance abuse counseling, ministerial counseling, nutrition and competitive sports training and yoga psychology to help you understand optimum holistic health. She believes she has been truly blessed by all the opportunities she has had to learn to be a conduit for others’ healing and is excited to share these gifts as a direct way to improve and strengthen the well-being and quality of life for others.