Rhea Tomlinson (CYA-RYT 200 Member)
- Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada
- Website: N/A
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Service Offered: Restorative, Slow Flow, Ashtanga
- Certified: Himalaya Yoga Valley Centre CYA-RYS200
- Years of Practice: 15
- Teaching Experience: 2.5
- Professor, Guru or Teachers: Lalit Kumar
- Date Joined: November 19, 2018
- CYA Insurance: No
Rhea Tomlinson(BA, BMR-PT)
Owner/Physiotherapist/RYT 200 hour at Zen Physiotherapy
5-1700 Corydon Ave, Winnipeg, MB, R3N 0K1
Rhea Tomlinson (née Rhea Dufort) has a 3-year BA in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from the University of Winnipeg, and is a graduate of the School of Medical Rehabilitation Physiotherapy program at the University of Manitoba. Rhea has also completed ongoing education in Yoga 200 hr TTC, Yoga Therapy Foundations, Acupuncture, Specific Functional Movement Assessment, Functional Movement Screen, Functional Capacity Evaluations (Metriks), Kinesiotape, Sport First Responder and much more.
Rhea completed her 200-hour teacher training in Ashtanga Yoga in Goa, India and is currently working towards her Yoga Therapist designation through Breathing Deeply Yoga Therapy based out of New York City.
Rhea’s passion lies in sport and activities. She has a strong background working with athletes on various platforms such as Fifa World Cup and the Canada Summer Games. Rhea offers a unique yogic approach to her practice which includes, breath analysis, functional movement screens, group rehab yoga classes and one on one yoga therapy sessions. With these blended trainings, Rhea feels she offers something truly unique to the Winnipeg Rehabilitation market.
About My Service
Zen Physiotherapy offerings:
Slow Flow (60 min): Moving the body with the breath through postures. In each posture a few options will be given to include all levels from beginner to the advanced yogi. Expect to get your heart rate going, gently work the body, but stretch and relax the body and mind through these fun classes. This class is suitable for beginners and can be modified to suit specific needs and injuries.
Tuesdays: 8 – 9pm
Saturdays: 3 – 4pm (alternating Saturdays beginning September 29)
Restorative (60 min): Longer holds in postures 30sec-5min with slow easy transitions, emphasis on breath work, opening and closing meditations. The use of props such as straps, blocks, blankets and pillows are highly encouraged. Rhea does add gentle core work into her restorative classes as she feels this is an integral piece to restoring the body, but the primary focus is relaxation. You will leave this class with less tension in the body, feeling relaxed and restored for your week to come. This class is suitable for beginners and can be modified to suit specific needs and injuries.
Wednesdays: 7:30 – 8:30pm