We believe in making sure wellness is accessible for everyone. We offer yoga, meditation, and other open and specialty classes to allow the whole family to find their way.
Our logo is a pinwheel, a symbol that invokes childhood memories of carefree exploration that we hope all of you can experience again and again in our studio and everyday.
The JoyWheel represents our purpose as teachers: the hope for people to embrace unhindered JOYful living with each other. In our name we hold the ideas of eternal joy, natural growth cycles, connectedness, and simple peace.The symbol of a wheel is infinite and allows for accessibility and openness. Plus, Wheel pose or, Urdhva Dhanurasana, just so happens to be an awesome yoga pose (and a personal favorite).The naming was a community supported effort lending itself to be an expression of what we believe to be true: we are one.
http://yogabycandace.com/blog/2014/1/14/how-to-avoid-wrist-pain-in-yoga How to Avoid Wrist Pain in Yoga January 15, 2014 Ok I know this little graphic looks like a game of Twister, but bear with me. I tried arrows at first but it was too messy. Wrist pain is easily the most common complaint I hear in yoga class,…
Art & Yoga Summer Sessions Adult Art & Yoga in the Park Starts This Friday! Spaces Still Available. Technique Art & Design is partnering with JoyWheel Yoga & Wellness to offer health AND inspiration this summer to both adults and children! The combination of yoga and expressive artwork can nourish you inside and out. Adult Mindful…
String of Pearls: How to Use a Mala Yogis have used malas to focus their minds during meditation for centuries. Now you can, too. https://yogainternational.com/article/view/string-of-pearls-how-to-use-a-mala Mindfulness Meditation
We will meet at Knox farm near the orchard!