Locals practice Valentine’s Day-inspired yoga


From left, Nicci Funk, of Sedalia Parks and Recreation, Sue Guffin, of State Fair Community College and Total Fitness, Irene Renauld, SFCC, Brian’s Gym and Winchester Meadows, Robyn Wadley, of Total Fitness and Sacred Heart High School, and students Shelly Pettis and Jenny Paul. Both students have studied with two or more members of SAYTA.


From left, Nicci Funk, of Sedalia Parks and Recreation, Sue Guffin, of State Fair Community College and Total Fitness, Irene Renauld, SFCC, Brian’s Gym and Winchester Meadows, Robyn Wadley, of Total Fitness and Sacred Heart High School, and students Shelly Pettis and Jenny Paul. Both students have studied with two or more members of SAYTA.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_TSD021316Yoga.jpgFrom left, Nicci Funk, of Sedalia Parks and Recreation, Sue Guffin, of State Fair Community College and Total Fitness, Irene Renauld, SFCC, Brian’s Gym and Winchester Meadows, Robyn Wadley, of Total Fitness and Sacred Heart High School, and students Shelly Pettis and Jenny Paul. Both students have studied with two or more members of SAYTA.

Yoga instructors in The Sedalia Area Yoga Teachers Association and two of their students practiced Valentine’s Day-inspired asanas for couples in the new yoga studio of one of their members, Robyn Wadley.

She sets the room’s thermostat at 98-degrees for her Hot Yoga classes, and teaches others at regular room temperatures at Total Fitness. Instructors stayed after and discussed personal incorporation of various levels of techniques and alignments.

“Yoga seems to harmonize electromagnetic wave fields; a process usually enhanced with a group,” said SAYTA President Irene Renauld. “Experiencing a spinal lift or an attempt to balance with another individual adds to immune-system boosting benefits.”

Teachers may be messaged through “Sedalia Area Yoga Teachers Association” on Facebook.

Sedalia Democrat
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