“As a therapist I’ve seen that a person’s health is improved by combining and looking at all aspects of their life, their; mindset, movement patterns, stress, sleep, lifestyle etc. This is why within my treatments I focus on education as a force to empower the entirety of a person’s well-being to facilitate change.”
Norah is a movement specialist that draws on over 15 years of experience in the health and fitness industry. Her practice is grounded in bio-mechanics and physiology of the human body. She draws upon her tools and training in personal training, yoga therapy, craniosacral and traditional chinese medicine to help educate and empower her clients, physically, mentally and holistically.
Norah returned home to Kingston in 2012 to set up and run Body Mind after teaching yoga and providing personal training in the U.K, New Zealand and Canada’s West Coast in studios, schools and offices.
In 2009 she took her yoga studies further and studied in India under BNS Iyengar & MV Chidananda at the Mysore Mandala where she received her Ashtanga Yoga Instructor certificate.
In 2013 she returned to India to train in “Abhyanga” Indian oil massage. She stayed and spend two months at Yoga Vidya Gurukul, a yoga therapy and naturopathy hospital in Nasik India.
Seeing Yoga Therapy at work she returned to Canada and completed her C-IAYT training to become a certified yoga therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists, which certifies her to work as a recognized Yoga Therapist across the globe.
She recently completed her studies at the International Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine to further ground her practice and to provide acupuncture and a myriad of holistic treatment options for her clients.
Norah practices in Kingston as a registered massage therapist and certified yoga therapist and uses traditional Chinese medicine within her practice.
She continues to lead and attend workshops on a variety of focuses both locally and internationally and provides her clients with a wealth of knowledge and world experience whether she is working one-on-one or in a group setting.