“Hi, I’m Amber Lane, and I can’t wait to share with you the magic of yoga, massage, Reiki, and essential oils.”
As a child, I knew that I needed to work with animals, adopt as many as possible and try to communicate with them. I’ve traveled, lived, worked, and volunteered all over the globe. Throughout my travels I always find an animal in need. I rescue them and then try to figure out how to move them across the world with me.
I’ve practiced yoga for many years but decided to become a teacher in 2012. I was going through a particularly challenging time in my life and I knew that if yoga could be so healing, and lead me to a positive path, then I needed to share it with as many people as possible. Becoming a yoga therapist was the next step to work even closer with clients and be a part of their journey.
I was lucky enough to be featured on the cover of Yogalife magazine in 2013 and throughout several health magazines in the Middle East, all promoting the benefits of yoga. I am grateful for my time living abroad and the many ways my life was enriched.
I have a master’s degree in Forensic Death Investigation (but I enjoy working with living creatures too.) I’m a registered yoga teacher, Reiki Master, licensed massage therapist, and an animal massage practitioner.
Do you or your animal have something to work through, or heal from? Great! You’re just like my pets and me then. We all have something we’re trying to cope with. Whether it’s an injury, health issues, trauma, or our own self-inflicting ways of not living our true life to its potential. Allow me the opportunity to work with you or your animal in a kind, patient, and warm-hearted manner. I’ll help you find what’s good for your soul.
Please send me a message for a listing of my yoga classes offered in town, or to set up an appointment.
Things I love:
animals, chick peas, rain, the color green, bones, scarves, vinegar, puzzles, running, motorcycles, horse breath, hats, postcards, sauerkraut, music, a suntan, rainbows, records, books, sweating, polaroids, pink rain boots, bracelets, reading, cross-stitching, ferns, learning, breathing, doing, being, and telling people about my new book: Baby Diddles!