Ling Beisecker found her way to the world of yoga as a means to cross train from her joys of cross country running and equestrian vaulting (gymnastics on horseback). At the age of 14, she stepped onto her mat and completely face planted in Adho Mukha Svanasana. It took many years and a great deal of practice for Ling’s energetic mind and vibrant energy to find balance in yoga.
Over the past decade of learning, teaching, and constantly being inspired, yoga became a fundamental pillar of Ling’s life. Yoga helped her find connection and steadiness in an increasingly demanding and fast-paced life. After completing her 200-hour in Rishikesh, India, Ling concluded her undergraduate studies at the College of William and Mary where she graduated with a double major in Kinesiology & Health Sciences and Psychology. Her curiosity and interest in the mind-body connection inspired her to go to graduate school for mental health counseling at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Ling's classes and psychotherapy work draw from her experience teaching anatomy, choreographing modern dance routines, working as a relational psychotherapist, and years of teaching all levels and styles of yoga. Her classes are thoughtfully sequenced, challenging, and empowering.
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