"Cancer Steals Your Breath. Yoga Gives It Back."
- Tari Prinster, author of Yoga for Cancer
About Y4C Classes
Hello to everyone visiting my page! Unfortunately, under the current circumstances of this pandemic, and our directive to remain in self-quarantine, y4C classes are not being held at this time. The studio where classes had been held - Raleigh Yoga Center on Oberlin Road - has also discontinued classes for the time being. The link to download our schedule is NOT correct!
Neither the studio owner, nor I, have any idea when we might be able to begin offering classes again.
With all that is uncertain, please remember to stay active, eat nutritious foods, and take good care of yourselves.
Hopefully we will all be able to get together soon to re-establish our friendships, and create new ones as well.
Sending Love and Prayers,
About Laura Woodall, M.S., E-RYT 200
I completed my 200-hour training in 2003. I approach teaching with awareness and compassion, drawing upon knowledge of anatomy and physical limitations.
My teaching is strongly influenced by Iyengar teachers Roger Cole, Julie Gudmestad, Bobbi Goldin, and Matthew Sanford. I have taught yoga as an adjunct professor at Meredith College, worked as an exercise physiologist for Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, and as a yoga instructor for Rex Hospital. I currently teach at Raleigh Yoga Center, and am available for private sessions as well.
I am certified to teach Yoga for Cancer through the y4C program (www.y4C.com) and am a cancer veteran myself. Also I offer other classes in Gentle, Restorative and Levels 1 and 3 of alignment based yoga.
My intention is that we practice yoga with a sense of compassion and humor towards ourselves, and that our yoga practice deepens our sense of gratitude for all that we have in our lives.
"Yoga has been a divine gift in my recovery, from dry brushing to strengthening. Laura is an amazing instructor and I highly recommend her class."
619 Oberlin Road, Raleigh, 27605