The Center for Well-Being Welcomes Therapeutic Yoga Teacher
Yoga therapist Patty Harris-Balmer, who has recently relocated to Wisconsin from Illinois, is offering adult yoga therapy workshops, therapeutic yoga classes for teens, and private, one-on-one yoga therapy sessions at The Center for Well-Being Lake Country. A yoga therapist helps people with physical limitations find an alternative avenue to heal the body, mind and spirit through a prescribed plan of yoga poses.
In addition, Harris-Balmer is collaborating with Sandra Anderson, the owner of The Center for Well-Being Lake Country, to offer a wide variety of classes for all ages. This includes an Introductory Teen Yoga class, which will be held from 10 to 11 a.m. on December 27. Harris-Balmer, who ran a class for teens in Illinois, says she was inspired by the seriousness of the young yoga students and pleased with their dedication to their practice.
Location: 301 Cottonwood Ave., Hartland. For more information, call 262-367-0607, email Sandra@C4WBC.com or visit C4WB.com.
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