Heartland Yoga Community
is to support those facing the challenges
of injury, trauma and illness
by teaching appropriate yoga techniques
and offering support in their practice.
The ancient practices of yoga provide powerful tools
for drawing upon inner resources
to reduce stress, aid healing on all levels
and regain peace of mind.
We are a Not for Profit 501 (c) (3) Public Charity Organization
NEWS from Heartland Yoga Community and YES to Vets:
We have moved!
Our north east class has moved to Dragonfly 360 in Nora!
Dragonfly 360 is located at 1724 E. 86th Street,
across from North Central High School and Fire Station #6 in the Northview Mall
Same day and time: Mondays 2-3:30
We are very excited to continue at Dragonfly 360 -
with friend, yoga buddy and Naturopathic Physician
Call our YES to Vets phone with any questions: 317 371-7967
Acupuncture before the Monday class!
Sara Rodefeld, RN, LIC.AC, M.AC., DIPL.AC.,
offers Five Element Acupuncture
before Monday classes, at no charge.
Arrive between 12:40 and 12:55 to receive 5 points
in each ear. Sara plans to be available every week
now through February 2018. Come and receive
the many benefits of this ancient Art and Science.
Learn more about Acupuncture and Sara at www.sararodefeld.com
Our YES class schedule through 2017:
YES, we are holding class in Speedway on Friday November 24th, the day after Thanksgiving!
We hope to see you there -
We will NOT hold classes:
- Monday, December 25th, Christmas Day
- and Monday, January 1st, 2018, New Years Day
NO class on these days. Please call us at 317 371-7967 with any questions.
Our RELIEVE Study at the Indianapolis Veterans Administration Medical Center was featured on WFYI (Holistic Yoga to RELIEVE Symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress)
Jill Sheridan, IPB News www.wfyi.org
Here is another article on our RELIEVE study at the Roudebush VA, Indianapolis:
Congratulations to Ryan and Candice Baggett
and their excellent first edition of
"INDIANA & YOGA MAGAZINE"!
Thanks for featuring our own "Hoosier Yogi: Nancy Schalk"!
Read Betsy Alt's interview with Nancy here,
starting on page 20