Brandon Hudson, RCYT, E-RYT, MAT, is a yoga teacher, children’s yoga teacher, a children’s yoga teacher trainer, and a trained yoga therapist. Brandon holds a Master's degree in Special Education from Western Carolina University, is a highly qualified educator, and has 20 years' experience working with children and children with special needs. Brandon has been studying and practicing yoga since 2000, while earning her B.S. in Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Asheville. She completed her RYT 200 hour yoga certification through Black Mountain Yoga in 2014, and her RCYT 95 hour children’s yoga certification in 2016 with ChildLight Yoga. Brandon is a lifelong student, completing her certification in Creative Relaxation®, a therapeutic yoga program for children with Autism and Special Needs. She is currently enrolled in a RYT 300 program with Asheville Yoga Center working towards her E-RYT 500 certification, concentrating on yoga and meditation.
Brandon has been able to connect with kids even at a young age. Her lifelong career, and passion in life, is teaching children of all ages and abilities. Brandon provides clear and consistent boundaries for children to learn and grow. She honors their space and allows the freedom to express themselves. Brandon’s playful, gentle style allows both kids and adults to find a personal connection to their yoga practice.
"Brandon Hudson is one of the most patient, kind and generous people I have ever had the pleasure of working with. I learned a great deal in the time I spent
with her, not only in dealing with children, but how to be a good friend at any age...and will forever be grateful."
H. B. ~parent
Brandon lives in Black Mountain and loves to be out in nature with her family. She enjoys hiking and trail running with her husband and two Australian cattle dogs, Hank and Belle. In addition to planning fun and creative yoga lessons, listening to music, volunteering, reading, traveling, and camping, are some of her other favorite activities.