Janice Jones started practicing yoga at least 15 years ago, beginning with an eight-week yoga class at Unity Church. She continued the practice with the use of yoga videos (Rodney Yee is a favorite) and the occasional yoga class. Jones was actively engaged in a regular fitness regimen during this time. So she’d make sure to use certain yoga poses to stretch before and after working out. As a senior citizen, she has decided that a great way to remain fit, eat healthy and create and maintain a balance life is to become a yoga instructor. Jones believes her yoga training through Yoga Medics has deepened her yoga practice by enhancing her overall physical fitness and allowing her to be mindful of the body, mind connection in daily life. More importantly, it will make a huge difference in the lives of others, particularly those baby-boomers who are seniors or rapidly approaching senior status. As a baby boomer Janice Jones is committed to living a long healthy active life using yoga as a pathway, while sharing it with others as a Yoganic Flow yoga instructor.