Tricya has been a yoga practitioner for 3 decades, a yoga teacher since 2011.
She teaches in Kemptville, Ontario, surrounding areas,
in her online yoga studio,
private classes at people's homes
and corporate yoga.
She specializes in yoga hybrid methodologies that are geared towards
First Responders and Military Personnel, and has focused her studies on trauma sensitive practices and alternative healing methods for stress resiliency.\
She is currently pursuing her Honours B.A. in Human Relations and Spirituality and Counselling.
Her personal healing evolution has directed her towards studying the mechanisms of breath, body, emotional state, nervous system and mind. This evolution helped to guide her through career changes, personal struggles, and birthed a strong foundation to root her and her family during military postings to parts of the United States, England and back to her homeland Canada.
She uses integrative yoga techniques (strong posture sequences, fascial release manipulation, specific breathing techniques, day-to-day alignment practices etc.) and Thai Yoga Massage to help address the autonomic nervous system (which is deeply affected by stressful experiences), the energy body (stagnation or depletion within) and teaches mindfulness-based practices so that her students can take their learnings off the mat with them.
Though she trained in traditional yoga schoolings such as Akhanda, Hatha, Yin, Restorative, Flow and Prenatal, Tricya also has trained in trauma sensitive yoga, neuroscience and yoga, Yoga for Military, Yoga for First Responders, Yoga for Teens, Family & Kids yoga, Yoga Nidra and Soma yoga.
Tricya now has over 700+hrs of training and thousands of hours of teaching.
Having connections with armed forces and first responders, Tricya founded The F3 Method. A methodology created to reset your Nervous System (Preventative Tools for Front Line Emergency Members and Military.) F3 focuses on helping these professionals, whether active or retired, integrate, dilute, and resolve the effects of stress due to their work experiences and be able move forward with an arsenal of tools. In turn building resiliency to navigate their day-to-day life.