Sue believes that anyone who can breathe can do yoga and feel the amazing benefits of the mind-body connection. She began her yoga journey in 2005 and has personally experienced the transformational powers of yoga after experiencing a traumatic loss. Sue trained at Central Mass Yoga with Lucy for her 200 hour teacher certification and with Daniel Orlansky for her 500 hour certification. In her quest to help others, she has earned an additional advanced certification as a Trauma Center Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Facilitator at the Trauma Center at JRI.
Meet Sue Stevens, E-RYT500, TCTSY-F, YACEP
Sue specializes in yoga classes and workshops that emphasize relief from emotional trauma and grief. With more than 3000 hours of experience teaching yoga, she has taught yoga to adults in group and private classes, children and teens in public and private schools, active duty military and veterans, adults and at-risk youth in residential treatment programs and hospitals, and in bereavement support group settings. She has offered classes, workshops and trainings throughout the U.S. Sue is a teacher and trainer for Yoga Warriors International and presents professional yoga trainings and workshops for yoga teachers.
As a lifelong learner with over 1000 hours of training, Sue has trained in numerous types of yoga methodologies including Yoga Warriors International, yoga for children, seniors, substance abuse recovery, cancer, chair yoga, restorative yoga, yin yoga, yoga nidra, qigong, meditation, mindful self-compassion, reiki, completed the UMass MBSR program, and the post-graduate certificate program in Traumatic Stress Studies at The Trauma Center at JRI.
Sue’s calm presence will help you to open your heart to find peace within.