Saturday Morning Yoga
New 2017 winter/spring schedule!
January 14 - Melissa
January 28 - Rachel
February 11 - Melissa
February 25 - Rachel
March 11 - Melissa
March 25 - Rachel
April 8 - Melissa
April 22 - Rachel
May 13 - Melissa
May 27 - Rachel
This series is FREE for members of the CCC and only $10.00 for non-members. All levels welcome!
Students should bring their own yoga mat, or a large blanket to sit on. Members please call the CCC at 262-375-3676. Classes meet at 9 am.
Melissa’s approach to life and yoga include lightheartedness, curiosity and compassion. She was born and raised in Cedarburg and after a decade of living in the beautiful state of Colorado she has returned to her Midwestern roots. As a childhood cancer survivor, Melissa experienced anxiety and a distrust of her body as an adolescent. She has used yoga as a means to rediscover her innate sense of balance, intuition, and light.
Melissa is a licensed clinical social work and currently works in the medical field helping people prepare for end of life. She is a humble intuitive and encourages her students to find their unique self through yoga. Melissa completed her teacher training at YogaOneStudio with Meg Galarza in 2015. She has a creative teaching style and infuses traditional philosophy with a practical contemporary approach. Some of Melissa’s favorite things include trying new things, traveling with her husband, dancing, singing karaoke, swimming in lakes, and really, anything mischievous.
I am a mama bear, a nurse and a true believer in the transformative power of yoga. Entering a teacher training program was a way to anchor a regular practice into my own life, but the joy I feel in teaching is the gift that I couldn't have imagined.
I completed my 200 hour teacher training under the expert care of Meg Galarza, Kimberly Manthey and Katherine Aiello at YogaOne Studio. The legacy I pass on is a safe and grounded practice that makes yoga accessible to anyone who wants to show up on the mat. What I bring to the mat myself is a true intention, an easy giggle, and the encouragement to not take it all too seriously.