Connie Reynolds, M.Y.Ed.




" I hope you always find quiet time to enjoy nature, take deep, soft breaths, completely relax and that you always know that life is to be enjoyed in all its wonder and mystery." ~ Connie

Connie Reynolds has been teaching yoga for 15 years and personally practicing yoga for 25 years. She is certified as a Master of Yoga Education at the 200-hour level through the High Tech Yoga Center, Lowell, MA; is certified at the 200 hour level through the Temple of Kriya Yoga, Chicago, Ill; is certified in Yoga for Heart Disease and Cancer with Nischala Joy Devi. In 2006, Connie completed her 500-hour yoga teacher training through the International Yoga College, Tucson, Arizona. A 500-hour certification allows her to teach and certify yoga teachers who then can register their certification through the Yoga Alliance. She has instructed workshops and classes for colleges, corporations, addiction centers, hospitals and schools.

My very first yoga class was for the Elm’s Nursing Home nurses in Ponca Nebraska in 1995. I then branched out to teaching yoga classes to St. Luke’s Hospital and Morningside College. After a few years, I decided to strike out on my own and opened Yoga, Etc. (now The Yoga College) in 2001. I have been teaching between 15 – 20 classes a week for the last 9 years. I continue my research and study of yoga most every single day of my life. I have designed private and group classes for cancer patients, those suffering from back pain, emphysema, depression, heart disease, addiction, muscle weakness from illness, fatigue, pregnancy and arthritis. I teach intermediate to advanced classes to those who want to pursue the more intricate and challenging yoga postures as well as classes for the very beginner. I have written articles for the past three years for the Sioux City Journal and designed and presented numerous comprehensive meditation and chakra workshops. I am open to anyone who wants to explore how yoga might help them get relief and restoration.

Connie’s other passion is belly dancing. She has belly danced for as long as she can remember and has taught belly dance for nine years. Connie choreographs music for and is the director of the Desert Angels Belly Dance Troupe. She has performed for the Sioux City Orchestra, colleges, renaissance fairs and for private parties. Her teacher, Lea Logan, has traveled the globe entertaining with belly dancing

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