A Chat with Radio Yogi Health & Fitness
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We believe yoga is for all bodies whether you are a senior citizen with limited mobility or you are recovering from a recent injury. We give you a safe comfortable environment in which to practice.
Exercise is challenging. How do you keep clients motivated and engaged?
Our classes are non judgment zones that allow you to work at your own pace whether you are a skilled yogi or a first timer.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
I injured my back after years of being an avid runner and I began studying yoga as an alternative to physical therapy. Within a few months, my back pain disappeared. I wanted to share this miraculous experience with the world. So, I received my yoga certification and began teaching.
What do you love most about your job?
I love sharing the gift of yoga with my student. I am a witness to the fact that a regular yoga practice can change your life physically and mentally.
Radio Yogi Health and Fitness
When Stephanie Gaines-Bryant isn’t reporting the news for WTOP Radio or posing for photos with the station’s celebrity guests, she is likely teaching for her aptly named roaming yoga studio, Radio Yogi Health and Fitness. Having completed Crofton Yoga’s 200-hour training program, she now specializes in pranakriya yoga’s gentle and meditative varieties. Both classes emphasize slow movements, deep breathing, and postures that should be held until a passerby mistakes you for a statue.