TANYA SHKLANKA, BA, MA(Hons), ABMNP
Tanya Shklanka graduated from the Anat Baniel Method® NeuroMovement® Professional Training and opened her private practice in Vancouver in the spring of 2017. In March 2018, Tanya completed a 4 level ABMN® continuing education Mastery for Children with Special Needs. and an ABMN® mastery certification in Vitality and Anti-aging. Currently she is completing a ABMN® mastery for working with High Performers.
In 2018 she and Fiona McLagan formed a partnership under Fiona's thriving Prodigy Movement, and while Tanya has primarily based her practice in Vancouver, she is now communting monthly to work at the Prodigy Movement Centre in Cowichan. In addition to her private practice, Tanya also teaches Transformational Movement Lessons in both Vancouver and Cowichan. In these mat-based classes, students are guided through pain-free, gentle movements in order to enhance brain function. These are open to, and beneficial for all adults who are able to lie on a mat, and work well in combination with FS (private sessions).
Tanya's journey into ABMN® began when her long time friend, Fiona McLagan was taking the training and offered to practice her developing skills on Tanya. Within a few weeks, Tanya noticed an increased ability to focus, reduction in brain fog, and freedom in her movement, particularly when dancing. Impressed by the incredible ability of this work to produce changes in the brain, Tanya took one of her teen children, who then had learning challenges at school, to the ABM Centre in San Rafael, California for a week of intensive lessons. It was here she met Anat Baniel (and her team of exceptional practitioners) who encouraged her to join the next training. Seeing and experiencing the changes on both herself and her teen, moved Tanya to embark on a profoundly different and gratifying career path.