The mission of Yoganic Flow is to address the mental and physical needs of the urban community through yoga and meditation.
Transform Detroit one Breath at a time.
Inner Peace –> Inner City Peace
With regular practice, Yoga Classes can address the following needs of our community:
Janice Jones started practicing yoga at least 15 years ago, beginning with an eight-week yoga class at Unity Church in Detroit. She continues the practice with the use of yoga videos (Rodney Yee is a favorite) and an occasional class. Janice has a regular fitness regimen and uses yoga to stretch before and after work-outs. Learn more about Janice here
Kerrie Trahan 1st attended a yoga class in 2005, at the Boll Family YMCA in her hometown Detroit, Michigan. Trahan practiced yoga every now and then until she moved to Yeosu, South Korea where she began to take yoga seriously. Learn more about Kerrie Here
She has been studying and practicing yoga for over 10 years. For the last 2 years she has maintained a consistent practice as she continues to develop and grow her mind, body and spirit daily. Hurliman was drawn to yoga after having several affirming, rejuvenating and renewing yogic experiences after moving to South Korea. Learn more about Ruby by clicking here
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Detroit, MI 48226
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Kerrie Trahan offered free after-school Yoga classes to our staff at Western International High School last spring. I was among several staff members who benefited from Kerrie's expert instruction. I am happy to say that I now practice yoga weekly. All staff were novices to yoga, and Kerrie made us comfortable practicing within our limitations. I look forward to further instruction with her, and would without reservation recommend Yoganic Flow classes to both beginners and experienced students.
During a stressful period in my life I turned to yoga to relax. At first I was skeptical but after a few sessions I learned breathing techniques that helped me clam down and feel better. The breathing exercises combined with the yoga stretches have also allowed me to feel less stiff and sleep better at night.
I've been doing yoga for about a month, my balance has improved and it is helping me with my endurance, I can't wait to see what I'll be doing in another month. It's so relaxing, I think I found my new hobby, Yoganic Flow is so motivating and I'm learning so much about inner peace and self awareness.