Trevor Eller began practicing yoga in 1997 and teaching in 2002. His approach to yoga is well-rounded, adhering to the spiritual dimensions of the practice while integrating western anatomical principles and secular mindfulness. He has lived in a number of yoga ashrams and traveled to India, maintaining a daily yoga practice for over 20 years. He is passionate about making yoga accessible to people of all life phases and experiences.
Trevor’s ability to work with diverse populations comes as part of his Certification as a Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists (C-IAYT) and an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance (E-RYT). His practice as a yoga teacher and one-on-one Yoga Therapist focuses on Western Anatomy and Ayurveda as assessment tools. He is also an Ayurvedic Consultant with the American Institute of Vedic Studies. He has been a student of Dr. Frawley's (Acharya Vamadeva Sahastrji) work since 2004. He has also studied Yoga and Ayurveda for health processionals with Dr. Hari Pallathery in 2014. Trevor has also studied the teachings of the late Mukunda Stiles view on Ayurvedic Yoga Therapy with his direct student Susan Rand. Ayurveda as a full system of medicine is a major component of Trevors Yoga Therapy work.
Trevor is a Licensed Massage Therapist in the State of Michigan and practices Orthopedic Massage and Assessment Techniques, Thai Massage, and Myomassology: a natural outgrowth of Swedish relaxation massage that incorporates techniques such as trigger point therapy, energy work, reflexology, and neuromuscular reeducation.