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Tris Thorp

Lead Educator and Vedic Educator

As a lead Master Educator at the Chopra Center for Wellbeing, Tris teaches weekly classes at the Chopra Center’s Perfect Health program, in Chopra Center University’s Instructor Certification Programs, and as a live coach in the online SynchroDestiny program. 

For six years, Tris apprenticed under the Chopra Center’s co-founder Dr. David Simon, co-facilitating the Healing the Heart workshop. She continues the emotional healing work and leading the workshop in the footsteps of her former mentor. Clearly in her dharma, Tris’s passion and dedication to gently guide people on their inward journey through emotional healing is evident in her work as a Master Educator at the Chopra Center. She is certified in Primordial Sound MeditationSeven Spiritual Laws of YogaPerfect Health: Ayurvedic Lifestyle, and is also a regular contributor to the Chopra Centered Lifestyle platform. 

In her time outside the Chopra Center, Tris is devoted to inspiring and empowering others to cultivate and maintain mindfulness-based lifestyle practices that lead to greater clarity, purpose and fulfillment. Through one-on-one coaching, online programs, and live events, Tris specializes in helping people to fully release negative emotional imprinting, limiting beliefs, and unconscious patterns, enabling them to make quantum leaps into the life they are truly meant to be living. 

Tris Thorp is Board Certified by the Association of Integrative Psychology as a Master Practitioner of NeuroLinguistic Programming, Hypnosis, and Mental and Emotional Release® Therapy, a Certified Reiki Master, and an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance. You can learn more about Tris and her work as a lifestyle and leadership coach at www.tristhorp.com.

 

 

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