Anita Bailey

Anita Bailey's compassionate and calm style of teaching invites you to begin a yoga practice with full acceptance of where you are in your personal journey and open your heart to the gradual process of discovering your soul’s potential. She believes that yoga is much more than what’s perceived and must be experienced in order to fully understand the insight yoga has to offer. Anita teaches a variety of Kansas City yoga classes from vigorous flow-style yoga and Yin-inspired yoga, to restorative yoga for deep relaxation. She is a Certified Relax and Renew® Trainer through Judith Hanson Lasater. She completed both a year-long apprenticeship with Gina Caputo, E-RYT and a 200-hour Teacher Training for Vinyasa/Prana Flow Yoga at Kansas Siddhi Yoga in Kansas City, MO. Workshops with Max Strom and Erich Schiffmann inspire her teachings. Patanjali’s Eight-Limbed Path is a focused interest for Anita, and she enjoys weaving the ancient teachings in her class offerings. In addition to her yoga training, Anita has over twenty years of experience teaching group exercise. She earned an Associate Degree in Applied Science-Physical Therapy in 1996.

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