I have always loved yoga but find it more difficult to perform certain poses as aging occurs. I have taken Debbie's chair yoga classes several times and find it fits me perfectly! I am able to perform all of the poses and feel refreshed afterwards. My body does not hurt and Debbie carefully and clearly explains each pose. She is an excellent teacher and has allowed me to continue my practice without fear of damaging any muscles or feeling soreness afterwards.
completed a 200-hour yoga teacher-training program with Suzanne McCahill Perrine at The Center in 2019.
expectations, and the ever-increasing demands on our thoughts and our time through technology, it is the putting down of external things that lets us move inward and flow outward
and meet our lives with strength and suppleness,” shares Rebecca. “I always assumed that the path to wholeness meant more thinking – more doing – but it’s actually the stillness of the
mind-body-spirit connection that increases our resiliency to meet life head-on with agency, grace, and gratitude.”
A native Texan who’s logged time on Capitol Hill and the political worlds of Texas and Georgia politics, Rebecca is a proud Valley transplant, the happy wife of George, and a mom to three
on-the-go adult children. She is a graduate of JMU and loves friendship, biking, travel, culture, and ideas.