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The goal of my classes are to help people get into their bodies, relieve tension, gently build strength, and appreciate the vessel that carries us. We are LGBTQIA+, ENM, neurodivergent, and alternative lifestyle friendly and honor people from all walks of life. With a trauma-conscious approach, participants are encouraged to do what is right for them with several options given for various energy levels and anatomy differences. That means you could strive for a fiery practice or one that is lowkey and gentle. You can go all out or spend the entire time in a resting posture. Any and all respectful people are welcome, especially newbies. ​We celebrate every body type, ethnicity, gender, and orientation. I believe that yoga is for everyone and that our true essence deserves to be appreciated, accepted, and adored.

I offer two kinds of classes, embodied yoga and yin yoga. The embodied classes start with a gentle check in of the body, a mix of sun salutations to warm up, moving meditation, slow, yummy, deep stretches, and guided meditaion during our resting posture at the end. The yin yoga classes are deliciously slow to not only stretch muscles but the connective tissue that winds through every inch of ourselves. They are the perfect counterpoint to our busy go-go-go lives and allow for a chance to sink in, slow down, and deeply release tension.

I feel lucky that most of my yoga sessions look different from what you'd typically expect. Many classes involve intimidating spaces and loads of incredibly in-shape, lean, bendy white woman (absolutely no shade against them at all!), whereas my classes tend to have a good mix of men, women, nonbinary and trans folks, all body types, and those from alternative lifestyles. This is a safe space to be you and not strive to fit any sort of ideal. I believe that yoga can benefit everyone, and I'm so excited to bring this practice to those who may not feel like they fit in in other spaces. 

I hope to see you soon!

Keera Joel, RYT 200
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