Yoga is the gift that keeps giving

New series begins August 2

The Beginners Yoga series focuses on foundational techniques for a safe and fulfilling yoga practice.

Elizabeth Devereux is a yoga instructor at the Fitness Center. She has 26 years of training and work in the field of integrative health and has a private holistic coaching practice in Big Canoe specializing in unconscious pattern release and energy realignment for optimal health, joy and vitality. (Photo by Sara Lindkrantz)

Elizabeth Devereux has 26 years of training and work in the field of complementary health. She teaches yoga at the Fitness Center and will be leading 10-week beginners yoga series Wednesday afternoons, running consecutively throughout 2017.

Transformational practices, like yoga, enhance our sense of clarity, calm, centeredness, integrity and connectedness, allowing us to perceive and receive life changes, large and small, local and global, in a more open-hearted, equal-minded and resourceful way.

Change, it is said, is the only guarantee we have in life.  Whether we’re relating to ourselves or to others, regular yoga practice cultivates an organic inner resilience and faith and provides a touchstone in the midst of the change and uncertainty that accompanies all aspects of life.

What if the momentum of a flourishing planet grows one thriving individual at a time?   We can’t stop the waves but we can learn to surf.  Yoga teaches us to be the peace we want to see.

The cost for a ten- week series is $50 per participant, or $10.00 for each drop-in session. The series is open to non-members of The Fitness Center and can be pro-rated for late registration.

Sign up for beginners yoga at the Fitness Center or call Elizabeth at (706) 579-0414 with any questions.  Additional information can be found at