Angela Grace Faulk, MS, ERYT500, C-IAYT, holds two master’s degrees, one in neuroscience from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the second in special education from Portland State University. She is certified through the International Association of Yoga Therapists and has well over a thousand hours of training and teaching in multiple yoga modalities. In addition, she has training in pain science with Dr. Kevin Cucarro. Her varied experiences have led her to a passionate conviction of the benefits of mental skills training available through the yoga techniques of movement, breath exercise, and meditation.
Angela has worked with a wide variety of people throughout her fifteen years of teaching yoga. Most recently as a special education teacher, Angela works with young adults who live with a range of disabilities including autism, cerebral palsy, and intellectual disabilities. Her extensive teaching experience and enthusiasm for the subject matter create engaging presentations and an infectious joy for the wonders apparent when neuroscience intersects yogic practice.
With the tutelage of Dr. Tarrant and in partnership with the NeuroMeditation Institute, Angela is currently writing the first curriculum for NeuroMeditation Yoga. She leads NeuroMeditation Yoga trainings for yoga instructors as well as workshop series for yoga practitioners.