Wendy Ambika Young, MMus, RYT, CRYT
Wendy is a Certified Raja Yoga Instructor and Registered Yoga Teacher, and has been meditating and teaching spiritual disciplines for over 40 years. Her teacher training in both Hatha and Raja Yoga was through the Integral Yoga Institute Princeton. She is also a certified Lakshmi Voelker Chair Yoga instructor. With 16 years of experience as a certified reflexologist, Wendy created a nationally accepted 200-hour reflexology training which included 30 hours of anatomy and physiology. She has also taught anatomy and physiology in IYI level I and advanced level teacher trainings, and taught the effects of music on the body at the Gentle Healing School of Massage.
Wendy Young has been studying, teaching, and practicing the healing effects of sound, music, and vibration for most of her life. Her particular specialties are Cymatherapy, Himalayan Singing Bowls, and sound meditation. She is the director of the Princeton Sound School, as well as the co-director for the Sound and Music Institute, a 9-month certification program in therapeutic sound and music, at the New York Open Center in New York City. She also teaches music at Princeton University.
Wendy’s unique approach to anatomy and physiology combines her experience in both the physical and vibrational understanding of the body. Through the use of music and sound vibration, one can come to a deeper understanding of how the body works and what it feels like deep within. Combine this with yoga asanas, and the body’s physiology comes to life and in a new and meaningful way.