We first met Clare on our India Teacher Training in Goa 2014. We were instantly impressed with her knowledge and professionalism. We recently saw Clare again on our 100 Hr. Advanced Module & Prenatal training in Portugal and decided it was time to collaborate – Read why below!
Clare Brown, owner of Revitalise and Harmonise Training Academy, has been teaching Pilates, Yoga and group exercise classes for over 18 years and has a regular Mysore Ashtanga yoga practice. She is level 3 on the REPS register, RYT 200 hr with Yoga Alliance, 100hr Advanced YA training with Drishti, holds a personal training diploma, a sports massage diploma, and has qualifications with STOTT pilates, RSA, YMCA, LSSM, and Dip. RM. She is enrolled to complete an Ashtanga teacher training with Manju Jois in August 2016 which she is very excited about!
Clare has been running Revitalise which has 3 yoga & pilates studio’s for the past 13 years and during this time, has specialised in teaching one to one and small group Pilates & Yoga classes. In 2014 Clare set up a teacher training school and has delivered 4 X 200 hr Pilates Teacher Training’s & assisted on 4 X 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training’s. Clare holds a PTTLS teaching qualification and a qualification in ‘Assessing Vocational Skills’.
Clare is extremely passionate and enthusiastic about teaching and all things Yoga. She has a thirst for knowledge, loves to read around the subject & regularly attends courses and workshops. We were lucky to have her on our recent Costa Rica training leading the Ashtanga Primary Series, Dynamic Vinyasa classes and teaching us all about the pelvic floor! She is looking forward to sharing her Yoga journey with everyone as she completes her 500 hrs. in Italy!
What students are saying:
“I have tried many classes over the years but never felt I was given enough guidance to hold the positions correctly and was worried I would damage my spine. My first class with Clare was completely different – she explained clearly, demonstrated well and corrected mistakes sympathetically, so you still felt encouraged to carry on”