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Our certified Tai Chi Chuan teacher, David, has been practicing Tai Chi for over 30 years, and has been teaching for over 20 years. He learned Tung Style from Marvin Smallhouser student of Tung Kai Ying, Yang Style from Terry Dunn at the Taoist Institute of Los Angeles under instruction from Bill Helm from the Taoist Sanctuary of San Diego, Wu style from Rock Ng, student of Wu Kung-Yi, Yangjia Michuan & Weapons from Terry Wisniewski the owner of the Integrated Sino-Tibetan Martial Arts in Siloam Springs. He began teaching in parks in Los Angeles, before moving to Arkansas where he, with his wife, Pamela, opened the RabBoar Studio.
David is also a certified Kundalini Yoga instructor.
He is very knowledgeable about
the neuro-muscular system of the body incorporating his years of study
and Tai Chi training into his Kundalini Yoga classes.
Pamela (Arjinder Kaur) teaches Hatha Yoga, Core-Strengthening Yoga, Kundalini Yoga in the tradition of Yogi Bhajan, and Pilates. She's been practicing Hatha Yoga since 1992, and Kundalini Yoga since 1999. She started teaching Hatha Yoga in 2002, and Kundalini Yoga when one of her teachers, Mehtab, suggested she start teaching in 2011.
She is a certified Kundalini Yoga instructor, a certified Hatha Yoga Instructor, a certified Pilates Instructor, a member of the Kundalini Yoga organization 3HO, and a member of the Yoga Alliance.
Because Pamela began her own Yoga practice to help relieve chronic and often severe back pain caused by her scoliosis and tight muscles, she is very knowledgeable about how to modify Yoga movements and poses to create a healthier back & neck having studied and taken many classes in Viniyoga, which is yoga therapy.
She has been a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists (and a student of the director, John Kepner), and has taken two teacher training classes from Judith Lasater, a workshop with Gary Krafsow, and others, has studied and practiced Reflexology, and is a Level 3 Reiki healer.
She is the director of the RabBoar studio. To learn more about Pamela visit our Yoga page. And for those of you interested in the Hatha Yoga classes, Pamela is also a member of the Yoga Alliance. You an reach Pamela at firstname.lastname@example.org or 531-3322
Pamela is also a certified hypnotherapist and a member of the American Board of Hypnotherapy. For more information visit www.rabboar.com/hypnorabbit
Gail has been practicing Yoga, including teacher training and advanced
workshops, and Ballet for over 10 years, and has been teaching both for 2+
years. RabBoar studio is very happy she is able to join us to share her love and
experience teaching the Tuesday and Thursday evening Yoga classes.
Aimee will be offering a variety of workshops at our studio. Watch for the event postings on Facebook and in your emails. After practicing yoga for more than a decade, Aimee completed her 200RYT Vinyasa certiﬁcation in 2014 and has been teaching ever since. Her style of classes vary in that she teaches ﬂow, hatha, yin, and meditation. She finished her 300hr advanced teacher training focusing on yoga as therapy though Yoga Deza, led by Alexandria Pulfer, to her 500RYT status. You can expect serious focus on alignment to keep the body safe when practicing with Aimee. Classes will include both strength building and stretching as well as breath work and meditation. Aimee is also a music educator and has been teaching students of all ages music for the past 12 years. When not leading a class, Aimee enjoys getting outside for hikes, making music with friends, crafting, and hanging out with her sweet dog, Luna.
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Telephone ((479) 621-8003 business phone will only take a message, so call or text mobiles instead)
( To reach David just before Tai Chi class call or
text - 531-3199)
12807 E. Tucks Chapel Road, Rogers, AR 72756, driving with GPS use 12806 E Tucks Chapel Rd and then look at the opposite side of the road. We are right across from them. GPS won't get you to the studio unless you actually look up RabBoar Studio instead of the address. Thanks.