Hired 2 times
14 years in business
It was great! Highly recommend her services..Sep 24, 2016Verified
I can recommend Sue highly, she is one of the best Yoga Teacher I had in the many years of doing Yoga.Oct 27, 2012
Sue took the time to assess my physical health and any limitations I may have prior to instructing me in yoga. She tailored our sessions to meet my individual needs. Sue is highly skilled and a genuinely warm and caring person.I respect her for her character and her ability. I would recommend her as an exceptional instructor.Oct 19, 2012Trinity Yoga and Healing's reply
I had private yoga lessons with Suzanne Ludlum, who I found to be expert in her yoga and teaching skills. She is also a warm, caring person. She was also very professional with how she ran her business. I would use her again and definitely recommend her to anyone.Oct 19, 2012Trinity Yoga and Healing's reply
Chris L.Oct 25, 2012Trinity Yoga and Healing's reply
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am currently studying for my master of science degree in yoga therapy, the first program of its kind in the world. I regularly attend workshops and trainings that further my knowledge of therapeutic yoga, and have completed my 500-hour certification as an advanced yoga instructor. I am also a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists, as well as the Mid-Atlantic Yoga Association, and review ongoing research in the field of therapeutic yoga on a regular basis.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?When I began my personal yoga practice, I was curious about the physical health benefits. And although I noticed immediately how unflexible and weak my body was, I did notice that my anger and stress level went way down. So I kept at it. Over time, my body became much stronger and more flexible, but I still didn't understand what this thing called "yoga" was really all about. When people asked me "what exactly IS yoga?", I found I couldn't come up with an intelligent definition, so I decided to enroll in a teacher training program. I had no intention of becoming a yoga instructor, but by the time my training was completed, I found myself being put in front of a room full of students and told to guide them through a yoga class. After the nervousness subsided, I realized this is something I could do, and actually wanted to do. I personally experienced the magic of yoga, and wanted to spread it to others.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Most of my private clients are people who either have never done yoga and are not comfortable in a class environment, or have issues that prevent them from engaging in a regular practice. These issues include scoliosis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's, severe depression, anxiety, PTSD, or other types of physical disabilities such as knee or shoulder injuries that they need to work around to gain strength and mobility.