DUE TO COVID-19 ALL YOGA CLASSES HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
PLEASE CONTACT YOUR INSTRUCTOR WITH QUESTIONS.
With Michelle King, RN, HNC, CKYT, CHTP
Kripalu Yoga is very meditative – slow, easy and gentle. It is health for life.
4:30 PM – 5:45 PM
6:00 PM – 7:15 PM
Classes take place in the lower level of the Grass Lake Medical Center
Cost for an 8 week session is $80.00
Call Michelle King at 517-937-9640 to sign up!
“To love is to approach each other, center to center.” Teilhard de Chardin (1881 – 1955)
Kripalu Yoga is a very meditative yoga – slow, easy and gentle. Kripalu yoga will teach you a loving, heart-opening, compassionate respect for your body. You will learn how to release physical and emotional tensions and to return to a state of balance where you are naturally attuned to your spirit.
As a leading edge approach to wellness, this powerful 5,000 year old practice compliments today’s current mind/body philosophies of health and healing.
- Stretch muscular and skeletal systems.
- Alleviate tension and chronic pain.
- Improve circulation and digestion.
- Stimulate and regulate hormonal and immune systems.
- Reclaim your inherent health and well being.
- Increase your strength and flexibility.
- Develop balance. Cultivate concentration.
- Discover clarity and vision.
- Quiet restless thoughts.
- Experience deep stillness.
- Practice self acceptance.
- Honor your inner wisdom.
Michelle R. King, RN, HNC, CKYT, CHTP
Michelle began her nursing career in 1980, working on the inpatient Behavorial Health Unit at Chelsea Community Hospital. In June 2007, she began caring for those needing end-of-life care at the Hospice of Jackson – Hospice Home. Michelle’s interest in alternative ways to heal oneself led her in 1996 to study yoga with Dorothy Ann Coyne. Michelle discovered an affinity for teaching yoga and, in 1999, became a Certified Kripalu Yoga Teacher. Michelle currently teaches yoga at the Grass Lake Medical Center and at the Jackson Country Club. A Certified Holistic Nurse, she is an active member of the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA), and also of the Kripalu Yoga Teacher’s Association (KYTA).