Founder Connie Fedel first turned to yoga as a method of coping with illness, and over time her devotion to the stress-relieving art helped to diminish the painful symptoms of systemic lupus. Eager to expose others to yoga's physical and spiritual benefits, she began to teach yoga in 2005, and has since opened Taylor Yoga as a venue for Hatha sessions six days a week.
Hatha yoga syncs breathing techniques with a series of fluid poses, each of which can boost circulation, stamina, and balance while putting the mind at ease. Connie highlights the personal element of yoga practice by encouraging students to reflect inwardly during classes. Though its group and private classes can be introspective, Taylor Yoga promotes fellowship through its supportive atmosphere and scheduled events for couples and children. The studio's Pilates classes also serve to tighten tummy muscles with communal workouts.
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