The instructors are both knowledgeable and skilled at guiding students to both listen to their bodies while testing and expanding their practice. I find such release after each class, and leave feeling stronger, walking taller, and with a lightness of spirit.
In January 2004, I took my first yoga class taught by Beverly Veenker and she opened my eyes to the “Mind, Body and Breath” of yoga. She taught how the Breath is your focus and movement in Yoga; Breath is your life's beginning and end. I continued practicing Hatha yoga and realized that yoga has brought calm, stability and strength to both my mind and body. After retiring a few years ago, I decided I wanted to teach yoga and completed my 200 hours in Integral Yoga under the supervision of Susan Polk in April 2019. Over the years I have practiced a wide variety of yoga: restorative, yin, power, vinyasa, chair, meditation, and Hatha and studied the Chakra. Through trauma Yoga has been my therapy.