Yoga Tune Up® Certification Training
St. John's, NL, Canada
YTU Training Type:
Integrated Embodied Anatomy Training
Breath and Bliss Immersion
The Roll Model® Method Training
Studio Owner of New Found Movement and Certified Movement Educator Claire Miller has been teaching for over 30 years. Claire believes in having diversity in our movement diet at any age and her various programs reflect this.
While attending post secondary education in Dance Teacher Training and then modern dance at the School of Toronto Dance Theatre, Claire became intrigued with body mechanics and the study of human movement. She then went on to certify in Pilates mat and equipment, Hatha Yoga, Zumba. A lifelong learner, she continues to ad to her certifications.
Claire's passion for deeper understanding of human biomechanics inspires her to continue to study the most cutting edge and effective techniques and training available. She is the only certified Yoga Tune Up® (biomechanics based yoga) and Roll Model Method® (self-massage/myofascial release techniques) Teacher in NL.
Claire’s programming is designed to help people more easily understand their body mechanics and empower them to move mindfully so that they can be more efficient and pain free in their daily activities. She has learned from her extensive studies, teaching, and personal experience that movement is medicine and applies that approach to all her teaching.
Claire is known for her "xray eyes" and for providing a “personal touch” to all her classes by tailoring them to suit her students’ needs. Claire meets students where they are and provides a safe and fun environment for them to be challenged and thrive. As a result, she receives client referrals from Chiropractors, Doctors, Naturopaths, Massage Therapists and Physiotherapists.
Claire has also created Movement to Music dance programs at Kenny’s Pond and Tiffany Village Retirement Communities. Her students have ranged in age from 8 to 103 and she enjoys sharing her education and experience through movement with them all.
Claire teaches with “infectious excitement” and is thrilled that there is always more to learn!
Read her articles on the Tune Up Fitness blog here.