Joanne's Yoga Teaching
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Locations and Schedules
Ackland Art Museum
101 South Columbia Street, Chapel Hill
Twice a month, on a Monday or Tuesday
From noon to 1 p.m. Pre-register at:
Free to Museum members and $5 for non-members.
Phone: (919) 966-5736
UNC Rams Head Fitness Center
Located on top of the parking deck on Ridge Road between South Road and Manning Drive. Visitor parking is available
Tuesdays from 5:15 to 6:30 p.m.
Free to UNC students, faculty and staff with Gym & Pool Privileges.
Arrange privileges for $10/month at the UNC One Card Office located
across from the Student Rec Center on South Road.
Phone: (919) 962-1385
YMCA in Chapel Hill
980 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Sundays from 1:15 to 2:30 p.m.
Free to YMCA members and $9 for non-members
Phone: (919) 442-9622
North Carolina Botanical Garden
100 Old Mason Farm Road (at Fordham Blvd)
Twice a month on Sunday from 3:30 to 4:45
(Education > Classes & Workshops)
$5 for members and $10 for non-members.
Pre-register at (919) 962-0522
Joanne’s History as a Yoga Student and Teacher:
Joanne Marshall has been teaching yoga since 2001 in the UNC Group Fitness Program and more recently at the Chapel Hill/Carrboro YMCA, the Ackland Art Museum, and the North Carolina Botanical Garden. She is a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance at the 500-hour level http://www.yogaalliance.org/
Joanne has completed yoga teacher trainings and been a teaching assistant for Donna Farhi, an internationally known yoga teacher and author http://www.donnafarhi.co.nz/
. Joanne has benefited from many wonderful yoga teachers at Triangle Yoga from the Chapel Hill area http://www.triangleyoga.com/
including Molly Drake, Sabine Mead, Lisa Clark, David Beadle, Scott Campbell, Rebecca Drake and others.
Joanne calls her style “mindful yoga” because it takes a slower, deeper approach to the practice that builds inner awareness and presence. Her classes are accessible to people of any age or fitness level. They can be helpful to newcomers to yoga who want to take a slower approach to learning the poses but they can also help experienced practitioners to refine their practice. The practice increases flexibility, strength and ease of movement in an atmosphere that encourages self-acceptance and non-judgment. Participants are encouraged to go at their own pace and to modify poses as appropriate for their situation. Mindful yoga is particularly helpful for stress reduction and finding a sense of calm and balance in one’s life.
To find out more about how Joanne began her yoga practice visit: http://www.ala-apa.org/wellness/jmarshall.html
For more information contact Joanne by e-mail at: email@example.com
or call (919) 843-9968.