Grace Stephen RYT 500

About The Teacher

Grace is an RYT 500, IAYT Professional Yoga Therapist, Qigong and Tai Chi Instructor. Until an automobile accident changed her life, Grace had been involved in a variety of competitive sports. Before her accident, she practiced yoga as a way to prevent sports injuries, and qigong to stay focused and calm during competitive events. Through her recovery she found profound healing in yoga, qigong and tai chi.

Since her recovery she has been able to teach others to how to utilize these practices for a healthier life. As a Certified Adaptive Yoga teacher, Grace serves those with various levels of ability and those with disabilities.

Grace’s love of athletics remains and she has stayed involved in sports by teaching professional and college athletes.

Her personal practice spans over 20 years. As an instructor she has trained in the U.S.A ., Hainan Province of China and Ecuador.

Grace has a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree where she is licensed in the states of Georgia and Arizona. She has had a lengthy and successful career in the medical field. Her passion is to help others connect with their innate ability to heal and thrive through mind-body practices.



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