As Junction Center Yoga Studio in Jacksonport approaches nearly 20 years of helping attendees with their practice, the restorative yoga classes have struck a chord, particularly with older practitioners who use it to improve their daily movement and well-being. Offered twice a week, the gentle yoga classes have grown in popularity and benefited many dedicated participants. Studio owner Kathy Navis ’83 has been practicing yoga since the 1980s when she took her first class for a physical education credit at UW-Green Bay. She fell in love with the practice and took her first teacher training in 1995. After teaching at various locations, she purchased the building that is now the Junction Center Yoga Studio in 2000 and opened for her first classes in the fall of 2001. See more via Junction Center’s Restorative Yoga Promotes Living with Grace – Door County Pulse.
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