Improve flexibility, increase muscle strength and tone, improve balance, improve body awareness, lower stress, calm anxiety, and elevate mood.
All classes are held at the Huntingdon Health and Wellness Association, 313 4th Street, Huntingdon, PA 16652, unless otherwise noted.
9:00 am - 10:15 am Kind Yoga (A gentle, body-friendly practice of mindful
10:45 am - 11:45 am Chair Yoga (Helpful for those who find rising from the mat
to be a challenge.)
5:15 pm - 6:30 pm Restorative Yoga (A restful, mindful practice.)
movement. Appropriate for all skill levels and bodies.)
6:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m. Restorative Yoga
9:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Kind Yoga
10:45 a.m. - Noon Kind Yoga
For your convenience, you may book and pay for yoga classes online, or you can pay in person at our yoga studio -- walk-ins welcome!
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I have been practicing yoga for many years. It is a mind and body practice that incorporates physical posture, breathing, meditation, and relaxation.
The year I turned 50 I decided that my gift to myself would be yoga teacher training. I attended the 200-hour program over the course of a year; it was a year of new friendships and personal growth as I learned more about the philosophy and history of yogic practices and, of course, more about the asanas (postures) and how to safely practice the physical movements.
My original intent was to become certified and registered only for personal fulfillment. The longer I was in training, however, the more I wanted to share what I was learning with others. I want to help spread the message that every body is a yoga body.
Many people have found that yoga helps improve flexibility, increase muscle strength and tone, improve balance, improve body awareness, lower stress, calm anxiety, and elevate mood. I have certainly found this to be true in my personal practice and have heard others that I practice with voice the same.
I have received additional training in several areas including chair yoga and trauma-sensitive yoga, and was blessed to receive training with the Veteran’s Yoga Project for their Mindful Resilience program.
I currently teach classes in Kind yoga, a subset of yoga that is gentle and designed to be inclusive of all bodies, encouraging the use of modifications for those who might have challenges and allowing the person to honor their body where it is each day; restorative yoga with a focus on restful relaxation; and chair yoga, which is particularly helpful for those who may find it a challenge to get up and down from the floor.
If you would like to attend a yoga class with me, please take a look at the calendar to find days, times, and locations that I teach. If you prefer a private yoga consultation, please contact me.