About the Class
Gentle form of yoga for seniors to assist in increasing muscle tone, movement balance, stretching, and mood enhancement. Breathing exercises and meditations are included with movement. Yoga supplies like blocks, blankets, straps, bolsters, chairs, and yoga mats are available as needed. Seniors may choose if they want to practice yoga on the floor or in a chair (folding chairs provided). No pre-registration required.
$5 drop-in fee made payable to Chiroplus Complimentary Center. No pre-registration required.
What to bring
Yoga mat (if you intend to sit on the floor), water (only clear liquids, please), wear comfortable clothing, and seat pad (if needed for cushioning if you intend to sit in a folding chair.)
About Dr. Jennifer Culver
Dr. Jennifer Culver grew up in Oconomowoc, WI and graduated from Oconomowoc Senior High School. She attended both the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire and the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee, receiving her Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing in 1993 and additional coursework in Management Information Systems. She was a corporate leader in global organizations for over 15 years.
Jennifer left the corporate world in 2009 to pursue her dream to open a wellness center. She went on to accomplish many additional certifications: Certified Professional Life Coach with the International Coach Academy, Registered Yoga Teacher through YogAsylum, Reiki Master Teacher, Certified YogaKids Teacher, and Mindfulness Educator. She also has training and experience running a yoga teacher training program to develop new yoga teachers as well as working with traumatized/stressed youth and adults.
Jennifer graduated from the University of Sedona in 2018 where she pursued her Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate degrees. Jennifer is an ordained metaphysical minister and a Doctor of Philosophy, Ph.D., specializing in Holistic Life Coaching. She is currently enrolled in the Functional Medicine Coach Academy, pursuing another coaching degree specializing in Functional Medicine.
Jennifer is an avid reader and life-long student, always learning and growing. She mentors local school-aged students, performs many volunteer hours each year, and enjoys the outdoors camping, paddle boarding, volleyball, walking, yoga, and meditation, both mindfully alone and with her husband and daughter.