Gentle Yoga & Massage
Joani Glasser, M.S., RYT-500, LMP
Yoga is a way of life...
We are moving! New Location starts May 13 and 16
Joy of Pilates, 2130 Grant Street
New times in May: Tuesdays at 10:30 AM
Fridays at 8:45AM
Special fees for the rest of April: $10 per class at Jazzercise
Location: Jazzercise 1517 Cornwall Ave. Bellingham until April 29
Tuesday and Friday mornings
10:45 AM (60 Min)
PLEASE RESERVE your space: email@example.com I would like to get to know you.
I invite you to experience yoga at your own pace and ability. I will meet your where you are and you will find a supportive, non-hurried, nurturing class. If you are new to yoga or are in a healing mode, this will enhance your ability to heal yourself. If you have experience with yoga, you will be able to deepen your practice and promote your ablitity to go beyond, release stagnation, and feel free in both mind and body.
The emphasis may be self care, but as we take care of ourselves, we are better able to give more to others, including all living things. Yoga is a process where we let go of the ego and play with our ability to stretch and grow in the moment. Yoga brings the mind and body together through the breath.
Classes integrate the specific breathing techniques as well as the asana or postures. This leads us to a better understanding of self and our spirit nature.
Yoga with Joani puts the emphasis on gentle and yoga for therapy for the back as well as other joints. Yoga is not competitive, and is a great way to bring your body mind into a healing state.
"I love my Yoga with Joani. After each session, I feel as though I had a good workout and at the same time I feel peaceful and reflective. Yoga has helped me to regain my balance and to renew my inner and outer strength. I am thankful to have the opportunity to participate in her classes." ~ Carol Orr
"I had yoga lessons for years with different teachers and used many videos. Joani's teaching is better than any I have ever had. She is highly qualified, caring, and her methods are effective." ~ Helen Zoerb