Yoga 4 You
Teacher is very friendly and encouraging of all levels of ability. Anyone that is sincerely interested in practicing is welcome. It's an unconventional but fun atmosphere. Cheri is caring, uplifting and dedicated to helping you reach your fitness goal whatever it may be - no judging. She has had returning student that have been with her for years. Very harmonious and close knit group but happily welcome of new comers. Cheri isn't the typical yogi she strives to meet you're needs and be YOUR yogi.Feb 22, 2016Verified
Shelly E.Jul 31, 2015Verified
About this pro
Years in business9
Times hired on Thumbtack4
Number of employees1
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am constantly attending trainings on topics related to Yoga and medical conditions. I also research specific medical conditions when they are brought to me by my students. I also read continiously on new approaches to teaching Yoga and adaptations to poses where appropriate.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I had a frozen shoulder due to stress when my doctor suggested Yoga. I was never a person who worked out or paid much attention to my body - and it showed. But I was in so much pain that I was ready to try it - and over time I fell in love with the practice. I had been practicing Yoga for over 10 years when a good friend asked if I would teach her and her husband because of his pain caused by Osteoarthritis. We did Yoga together twice a week for a year when they strongly suggested I teach others. It has been a long journey to where I am now, but the driving motive has always been sharing with others how Yoga can change your future for the better.
- What types of customers have you worked with?I teach multiple group classes in Friendswood and Webster each week. I also work privately with students if they prefer. I provide Yoga Therapy for those who are dealing with health issues such as cancer, sciatica, chronic pain etc. I also offer workshops on many topics such as torn rotator cuff injury, meditation and stress management.