Bev’s background is in agriculture, and she holds a BSc(Agric) from the University of British Columbia, majoring in nutrition and physiology. Raising her three boys on a dairy farm in Duncan, BC, Bev also embarked on a career in swim coaching. She coached many years for the Duncan Stingrays, and eventually became head coach of the Ladysmith Orcas Swim Team. In addition to being certified as a level III NCCP coach in swimming, Bev was also trained in NCCP Olympic Lifting and Triathlon. She holds a Certificate in Health and Fitness from Simon Fraser University.
Bev was introduced to ABM through Fiona Mclagan when Bev was searching for help for her son who had suffered a serious head injury. From the first session observing Fiona work on her son, Bev recognized the power for change with this method. During Bev’s first session for herself, she felt immediate pain relief and comfort in her body. She was able to re-engage with the activities she loved – gardening, swimming, walking and dancing. She knew then, that she had to take the training.
Bev has graduated as an Anat Baniel Method of Neuromovement Practitioner as of January 2019 and looks forward to offering this amazing technology to clients in the Cowichan Valley and beyond. Bev is currently enrolled in the Children’s mastery program, which she will complete in November 2019. In 2020, Bev is excited to be taking the Vitality, Anti-Aging, and High Performers Mastery courses.