Amber Taylor thinks of herself as a breath and movement guide versus a teacher. She believes we are each our own teacher and guru and her role is to show the way. The way back to the breath, the body and ultimately the self. Yoga has helped her return to herself after years of self-abandonment and she likes to share what she has been given on this yogic journey.
Amber offers mostly yin experiences in her classes as this is what supports her life the most. There are plenty of opportunities for more Yang experiences but yin is a space that not everyone easily relaxes into. This is where Amber shines, in the yin spaces. She offers yin yoga, yoga nidra, meditation in motion and breath work. She also offers movement practices; such as dance and Yamuna Ball Rolling which is like a self-massage.
Amber has studied under the lineage of Amrit Yoga Institute for much of her training in the last five years but also has studied under the lineage of Paul Grilley for yin yoga (200 hr), Yamuna Zake for body rolling and for breathwork she studies with Carol Lampman. She offers all of these teachings in her classes as they seem appropriate to the students. Her classes aim to offer a deeper connection to your breath, body and your true nature, your glorious spirit.
I am acknowledging that I reside on and am a visitor to the traditional and unceded territories of the Coast Salish People, in particular, the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh and Musqueam First Nations, otherwise known as Vancouver, BC.