Claudia Carballal is a certified registered yoga teacher (RYT500, E-RYT200) since 2013, Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider (YACEP), and Certified Ayurveda Counselor and Life Coach in India through Prakash Deep Institute of Ayurveda and Yogic Sciences.
Claudia has taught yoga at CC Young Senior Living, Kalatchanji Temple in East Dallas, and currently teaches Hatha and Ashtanga yoga at InnerWellbeing, Dirt Cheap Yoga, Reverchon Recreation Center, and corporate yoga at a large international corporation. She has taught some Hatha yoga in Rishikesh, India.
She has formal training on prevention issues, life skills, self-development, mindfulness, and more recently psychotherapy and counseling.
She offers personal development workshops, life coaching , wellness consultations, yoga classes, mindfulness and meditation classes, and life skills workshops for teens and adults.
A graduate student of mindfulness-cognitive therapy and multicultural clients, she is the founder of InnerWellbeing, a personal development company that combines the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of Asian yogic techniques and mindfulness practices used in traditional healing and contemporary psychology.
Over the course of seven years, she has deepened her yoga and meditation practice exploring Hatha Yoga in the United States and India, Tibetan yoga in Spain; Hatha yoga and meditation under Spiritual Master Dr. Acharya Shree Yogeesh founder of Siddhayatan Spiritual Retreat; Vipassana meditation and Buddhist meditation.
Claudia collaborates with organizations that help survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, and chemical dependency, which often go hand-in-hand. Through evidence-based training as a Prevention Specialist by the state of Texas she can leade and facilitate life skills workshops and presentations, support groups, and drug abuse prevention presentations.
Claudia is an active writer and public speaker on personal development, self-growth, mental health, stress and anxiety, substance abuse prevention, and multicultural issues. She has presented at, and provided training to court houses, public schools, community centers, and organizations in Texas.