Mallory graduated from the University of Winnipeg with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, majoring in Athletic Therapy. She successfully certified as an Athletic Therapist in November of 2016. During her time in University, Mallory worked with several high-performance teams including the Winnipeg AAA Hockey Association, the Midget Football League of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg’s Women’s Basketball program. Upon her certification, Mallory set her sights on returning to a rural community to practice Athletic Therapy and help develop the profession in rural Manitoba.
Returning to Beausejour in January 2017, Mallory created the business Move Right Therapy to help promote her services as an Athletic Therapist and Personal Trainer. In May of 2017, Mallory was hired with Max-Ability and realized the potential of the adjoining space at 418 Park Ave. Soon Move Right Therapy had a permanent home for Athletic Therapy, Massage Therapy and a much-needed Yoga Studio. Mallory is excited to bring in a team of passionate and like-minded individuals to provide specialized and quality treatment and classes to Beausejour and the surrounding region.
CYA RYT 550
Certified with Manitoba Fitness Council (MFC) as a Group Instructor and as a marathon runner and cyclist brings Maxine’s more than 20 years’ experience as a fitness leader into the community. Max’s Yoga journey moved far beyond the physical boundaries and realized it had the power to create, grow possibilities and to manifest potential to living a healthy life, being strong mentally and physically.
Maxine began her Teacher Training at Source Yoga in 2012. She continued to study with Mamata Pre-Natal 2012, United Yoga Montreal in 2014, Yoga Yin 2014, Physiologic Therapeutic Yoga 2015, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program in 2015, and STOTT Pilates in 2015. Her teacher trainings and workshops have provided her a wealth of knowledge and skills to adept in many styles of yoga.
CYA RYT 300
As a long time fitness enthusiast, Myrna shares her passion for self-care and personal growth on and off the yoga mat. She was introduced to yoga as a way to assist with grief management and has practiced regularly since 2006. After graduating from the CYA 300 Teacher Training program at Source Yoga Studio under the guidance of Dillon Cherrett; she began offering classes in 2016 and loves to share her knowledge and guidance to students interested in beginning their yoga experience, or attending a gentle style class.
Myrna continues to learn more about yoga and the physical and mental health benefits it can provide through teaching, practicing and formal education such as working towards her CYA RYT 500 beginning September 2017 at Serene Yoga Studio, Winnipeg. She is very grateful for the teachers that have inspired her in the past such as Sue Williams of Sooze Yoga Studio, and continues to practice under the guidance of various teachers including Maxine Tymchuk.
Myrna’s mission as a yoga teacher is to empower students to accept and be grateful for the abilities of their current body and mind, and provide them with the tools to expand, grow and perform their best, moment by moment, both on and off the mat.