Fridays from 10:15-11:30, led by Jeanne Kloeckner.
Jeanne invites all, from beginners to experienced yoga practioners to join this class which includes a brief full body warm-up, 50-60 minutes of asanas and a brief conscious relaxation. Jeanne practices an ‘old school’ style of hatha yoga, one of slowing and deliberately assuming a posture and holding it while breathing deeply. With a strong anatomical background Jeanne provides easy to follow instructions. With a strong sustained yoga practice of over 32 years and a teaching practice of 24 years Jeanne sprinkles nuggets of yoga philosophy into her teaching. This class will support your practice at whatever level you are currently at.
Cost is $12 class drop-in, or a 10 class card for $100.
Your first class is complimentary.
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Jeanne Kloeckner has 38 plus years of experience as a pediatric Occupational Therapist, and has worked in a variety of settings including schools, hospitals, outpatient clinics as well as community and home based services.
In the late 90’s Jeanne began incorporating elements of ‘self-regulation’ into her treatment sessions with clients who exhibited challenges with impulse control, task focus, emotional regulation and social skills. The positive outcomes of the self-regulation intervention prompted Jeanne’s return to graduate school to earn her doctorate in occupational therapy. Following graduation in 2010 Jeanne worked at Washington University where she developed a comprehensive self-regulation program and began formal training in mindfulness.
|Jeanne’s initial introduction to mindfulness was through yoga practice, which she began in the mid 80’s. The personal benefits lead Jeanne to become a yoga teacher, an avocation she has sustained for 24 years. Additionally, Jeanne is certified in Yogakids, and has been trained in a number of complementary medicine treatments including Cranial Sacral Therapy, Myofascial Release and Healing Touch.|
In 2015 Jeanne completed training through the Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts to become a MBSR (mindfulness based stress reduction) teacher, and founded Mindful Solutions StL, her private practice.