Tina Brewer and Keely Warren are the Principals of TK Yoga. Both have many years of experience in teaching Yoga. Find out more below about their skills and qualifications.
Tina Brewer Principal of TK yoga
Keely Warren Principal Of TK yoga
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Tina Brewer was born in Dunwich a small hamlet located in the county of Suffolk. Situated off the east coast of England.
Tina was born into a spiritually minded family which helped her to develop her gifts from a very early age.
After a very varied career, she came back full circle to spirituality, although never really straying far from the path. Tina with the support of her family opened and successfully ran Lavender Lodge Clinic and The Linden Suite Co. both close to her home and heart in Suffolk.
In 1998 Tina moved to the south France to fulfil her dream to open a retreat which would allow people seeking guidance and development away from the busy city life. Over the years Tina has held classes in spiritual development, reflexology and massage. Including “Tai Chi” “Qi Gong” and Yoga. Not only in the south of France but back home in the UK. For as long as Tina can remember she has had a passion to teach and help other like-minded people to enhance their spiritual gift and help them channel healing and hold classes to help other in their development of Reiki, levels 1, 2, and Masters.
Experience and Qualifications
Tina has spent many years caring of others well-being and within complementary care, Tina’s qualifications are all geared towards betterment and to facilitate health and happiness on many levels.
Tina holds Diplomas in health and fitness, massage, reflexology, Tai chi, Qi Gong, Yoga, Reiki 1,2 and Masters degrees. Psychology and counselling. Teachers certificates attained at Suffolk University College, and more…
TK Principal & Yoga Teacher 200/500 Hour.
I have been working as an holistic therapist since 1997 after gaining a diploma in Acupressure and massage.
Ever since childhood I have been interested in holistic well-being, my mother introducing me to healing at an early age and over the years I have studied many different holistic therapies gaining Diploma’s in each discipline.I started working at Lavender Lodge Clinic and retreat centre in the family run complementary care business in Hacheston Suffolk.
The business grew quickly so we then moved into bigger premises nearby in Framlingham Suffolk.
I worked along side my mother (Tina) for seven years altogether. Lavender Lodge Clinic and retreat centre became the ‘Linden suite Company.’
During this time we taught; Aromatherapy massage. Reflexology, and Reiki, to those wishing to train as an holistic therapist.
I then branched out as an independent mobile therapist some years later when my mother (Tina) moved her business to the south of France.
I started practising yoga some years ago as I had been suffering with muscular pain in my back and neck due to a fall back in 1993. After a visit to my GP, I found out that I also had slight scoliosis in the top and bottom of my spine. I discovered yoga was fantastic, not only for my muscular problems, but for my whole well-being too.
My studies took a different path in 2002 when I started my training to become a Hatha yoga teacher. I have been teaching ever since! I now hold eight classes a week, which run seamlessly along with my other practised therapies.
Tina and myself have now come together to create TK yoga Retreat.
We run yoga courses,workshops, and teacher training in the UK, together with all of our holistic therapies.
Also on offer are our residential courses at our retreat in the south of France.
Lately, we have been busy putting together our distant learning courses, coming together in partnership where our extended knowledge base can be put into ‘Best Posible Practice’.
T.K. Anatomy and Physiology Teacher
'Having worked in hospitals for Social Services for many years, Nicola felt she was merely papering over the cracks in terms of the physical and mental health care of patients. With a keen interest in preventative medicine, she returned to university in 2009 to retrain in Public Health (BSc Hons Health & Wellbeing).
Since graduating she has worked for the NHS in Clinical Research, Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Health Psychology and more recently, Occupational Health.
Nicola has also undertaken studies in Person Centred Counselling and is a qualified Exercise Referral and Falls Prevention Instructor, Sports/Remedial Massage Therapist, Hatha Yoga Teacher and Nutrition and Weight Management Coach'.