Saving lives with trapeze yoga

Saving lives with trapeze yoga. Image - Michal Carbol Photography

Trapeze yoga instructor Beth Bradley tackled her addictions with the power of trapeze yoga and mindfulness, now, she is helping others do the same.

Trapeze yoga instructor Beth Bradley from the UK tackled her addictions with the power of trapeze yoga and mindfulness, now, Beth lives in the hills of Frigiliana and is helping others do the same.
Beth became a trapeze yoga instructor and attended recovery groups for her addiction, now, she teaches trapeze yoga full-time from her home.
Beth said: “I suffered terribly from alcoholism and drug addiction for 15 years.”
“I can’t express how scared I was of relapsing and I really needed something to give me a purpose or a mission and to help me believe in myself, and that’s what the trapeze has done for me.”
“When I saw the trapeze teaching course, it’s going to sound cliche, but I just knew it was for me and that it was going to change my life – and it has.”
“Since finding trapeze my mentality and life has completely changed.”
With her new mindset and passion for life, Beth now helps in the community with mindfulness courses and is currently running a free mindfulness course on WhatsApp, as well as another free course scheduled for January 2022.

Saving lives with trapeze yoga
Image – Michal Carbol Photography

“My seven-day easy-to-follow ‘MINDSET IS EVERYTHING’ free course will begin again on January 1st 2022. This Mindset Reset journal contains the techniques I used to transform my life from an overweight, in debt, depressed alcoholic to a happy, healthy independent, financially abundant woman living the truest, most authentic version of myself.”
“To join the January group follow the sober transformation Instagram account where I will post details on the programme.”
Not only this, Beth has set-up fundraisers in the local community, with the most recent being for a local Canadian expat called Ann Henoeffer who has an aggressive stage four metastatic breast cancer, which has also spread to Ann’s lungs and sternum.
After hearing about Ann’s situation Beth was inspired to help. She set up a trapeze yoga fundraiser for Ann in September, raising funds for her dendritic cell therapy treatment which is due to cost €50,000. The event raised €180 and Beth is planning another event that is set to go ahead later this year to raise more funds.
Click here for Ann’s go fund me page.
Click here for Beth’s yoga page on Facebook.

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Laura Kemp

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