MEET BRYNE BOYER
Prenatal Yoga Instructor + Doula + Kids Yoga Classes
Bryne Boyer is most efficient at utilizing her comprehensive training and research to help women identify, develop and cultivate, discernment, self-awareness and higher consciousness by utilizing the Khalsa Way prenatal yoga training, DONA Childbirth Education, Lamaze six healthy birth practices and insights learned over the past 20+ years. Today, Bryne is a mother of two and the owner and manager of her new boutique yoga studio, Amrit by Bryne Boyer, located in the Historic Downtown McKinney, Texas.
As a doula, Bryne Boyer will assist women before, during and after pregnancy as she experiences the enormous physical, emotional and spiritual changes that prepare her to create and welcome another human being into the world.
Governed by the DONA International Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, Bryne will support a woman’s choices without judgment and without trying to change her mind or convince her of anything. She will support each family’s right to make decisions about their birth and postpartum experience. Bryne helps women get the information they need to make good decisions. Hiring Bryne Boyer as your doula may be one of the most beneficial and important decisions that you’ll make during your pregnancy.
Bryne enjoys helping women daily navigate the road of pregnancy. As we journey into motherhood we are transported through a special window passage. One of beauty filled with grace and awareness of life. Come and journey with me to explore the space between to connect and dive into your own Amrit (sacred nectar of life).
Bryne has instructed a Kids yoga practice to Montessori students in North Texas – which teaches children to calm down and reflect, as well as breathe in tough situations, created a Kids intte hip hop yoga program, worked with women who were pregnant and in a treatment center – teaching yoga and assisting as a doula at their childbirth's.
Ready for an even more rewarding Yoga experience?
There are many different styles of yoga — some more strenuous than others. Prenatal yoga is one of the best choices for pregnant women. Talk to the instructor about your pregnancy before starting any other yoga class.
Join the McKinney Pregnant Moms Meetup. This group is for women that are pregnant and women who have recently given birth. We will come together to create a sense of community. There is nothing like sharing time with women who are in the exact same place you are.
No matter who you are, having your baby is the most important thing in the world at that point in your life, and that unites you with every other pregnant women.
Before you begin a prenatal yoga program, make sure you have your health care provider's OK.