I originally joined My Hot Yoga Place when they opened, and at the time my husband and I were training for and running half marathons. We originally started to help us stretch and recover from our runs, but it soon became more to us than that. As with many of us, workout patterns and goals change and we ended up trying out other gyms/regimens. I think I always knew I would get back to yoga and that time came this past year when they added the 6 AM Yoga Express Class. The instructors, classmates, kick-butt workouts, music, friendships, and fun make this the best way to start the day. And even though I am partial to the 6 AM, I know every practice at MHYP is like this. If you are considering joining a studio, come try it out. You will be so glad you did!
Janet discovered yoga and began practicing at Sumner County YMCA and quickly realized a passion for the practice. Shortly after discovering a deep love for hot yoga, then enrolled into a teacher training program and completed her 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified teacher training. TTeaching since 2017, Janet enjoys guiding Hot 26/Fusion and Yoga Sculpt.
“In my class, I love to combine a spirit of playfulness, creative sequencing as well as a challenge.”
Janet is active in our community and lives in Gallatin
with her husband. One of the lights in her life are her