Tara Fahrner is a Doctor of Physical Therapy. She found yoga after studying ballet for 15 years and has been practicing Baptiste-style and Ashtanga Yoga since 2008. Tara had the opportunity to integrate yoga and meditation into her physical therapy practice while working at Duke University Medical Center in pulmonary and cardiac rehab. She enjoys working with people of all abilities and experiences, and believes yoga is truly for everybody.
She became a 200-hr. certified yoga instructor in 2015. Her love of the outdoors brought her to Montana in 2015. In her spare time, Tara enjoys running ultramarathons and enjoying this beautiful state.
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