Do you participate in a specific sport that creates restriction in certain muscle groups?
Do you spend a lot of time serving others and want time for YOU?
Doyou want to be empowered and have more joy?
Are you super busy and overwhelmed?
COME TO A YOGA CLASS!
A great YOGA class is like taking a deep breath of fresh air, ahhhhhhhh…
Do you want to be your best self? Try YOGA with Donna.
Donna’s teaching style is masterful and fun-loving. Whether you are brand new to yoga or very experienced, she welcomes and supports your practice. Donna has been teaching since 1996. She studied privately with Eunice Wellington for several years, and in 2007, Donna completed her certification in Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga which still strongly influences her warm POWER-full flow classes. Her gentle classes weave in the wisdom of many different certifications and styles of yoga. She is committed to giving you exactly what you need to be relaxed, centered, rejuvenated, and inspired. ahhhhhhhhhh…
Please enjoy this 6-minute meditation
Center yourself with this 6-minute guided meditation.
Current Yoga Teaching Schedule
Free/ donation class on Wednesdays @ 5:45 PM in the Weaverville United Methodist Fellowship Hall.
All levels welcome, bring a mat, towel, blanket (floor is hard) and any other props you like. Some mats are available.
Class dates for November 2018: 7th, 14th, 28th
Your YOGA play date for the week!
Private and semi private yoga sessions available in my home studio beginning at $65.00 per hour.
Donna’s home studio, for private sessions (8 Park Drive, Weaverville, NC 28787) Directions from Main St. Weaverville: Take Church St. west to Ridgewood Ave. (3rd street on left) Make left, go to Park Drive Make right (We are brick house on left)
Classes are small and you receive hands on attention with asanas (poses) but sometimes a private session is a great way to tune up your practice. I can devote ALL my attention to you and together we can take your practice to the next level. Or explore things that we may not cover in class, in more depth.
If you are uncomfortable in a class setting or new to yoga a few private sessions can familiarize you with the practice and what we are asking of your body.
Sometimes it’s just fun to schedule a private practice with a friend.