Rachel Zinman is passionate about the deeper aspects of yoga and its ability to heal and inspire. She has spent the last 35 years practicing enthusiastically as well as teaching nationally (in Australia) and internationally since 1992. She has studied with some of the most influential teachers in the west as well as immersing herself in the study and assimilation of the classical system of knowledge called Vedanta, in the lineage of Adi Shankara.

While living in New York from 2000–2004 Rachel met and mentored with ISHTA yoga founder Alan Finger which led to teaching in his studios for four years. There she co-created and coordinated their Teacher Training Program, becoming a senior facilitator and mentor.

Rachel was diagnosed with diabetes in 2008 at the age of 42. It took six years for her to accept her diagnosis of type 1 LADA diabetes. Her diagnosis revolutionized her approach to teaching and practice. She started her Yoga for Diabetes blog to share with the diabetes online community how yoga has helped her to manage her diabetes.

Her book “Yoga for Diabetes, How to Manage Your Health with Yoga and Ayurveda was just named finalist in Forward Reviews Book of The Year 2017 and is available from Amazon or where all good books are sold.

Her classes are often described as a fluid mix of creative playful sequencing, meaningful insights and lighthearted fun.

Visit Rachel’s:

Website:  www.yogafordiabetesblog.com


 Instagram: www.instagram.com/yogafordiabetesblog

Twitter: www.twitter.com/yoga4diabetes

 Youtube: www.youtube.com/yogafordiabetes

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