All classes must now be pre-registered.  Class size limited to 10.

At this time, you must pre-register each week or let me know at the end of class that you will be returning the next week.

Text 740-360-8882

Classes have reopened with several safety precautions in place.

Classes are now held outside the yoga room in the large open floor.

Mats are placed 6 feet apart and masks are required.

More information at Yoga for Health Safety Guidelines.

Yoga for Health Waiver must be signed at your first class or printed here and brought to your first class.

Contact Information

Susan Wilhelm


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"Yoga for Health"

​​ Class Information

These Hatha Yoga classes are gentle and slow-paced.  They focus on increasing flexibility, strength and body awareness in order to be comfortable in our bodies as we age.  The emphasis is on breathing techniques and relaxation for release of tension and stress. Props, such as walls, chairs,  blocks, blankets, bolsters, and straps can be used to support alignment in the postures. Poses are  adapted ​to meet student needs. 
However, at this time, no studio props will be used.  Students must bring own mat and props.

All classes are  mixed level and on-going so a student can begin at any time.

Beginner's welcome.

To register text or call:  740-360-8882  

 Or email: 

Fee:  $10.00 per class.

Classes, 2020  

Day   Time


Hatha Yoga

Mixed Level


5:00-6:15 p.m.



Hatha Yoga

Mixed Level

 10:00-11:15 a.m.




Private classes available.


How to Prepare for Class

  • Wear non-restrictive clothing for easy movement.

  • Please refrain from using any scents or perfumes as some people are sensitive to them.

  • Bring a yoga mat and any props you have.

  • Have a reasonably empty stomach.

  • Arrive 5-10 minutes early to check in and set up.

Important Guidelines for Practicing

  • Pay attention to your breath.  Keep it comfortable and easy.

  • Forcing and straining  your body are counter-productive.

  • Respect how your body feels in a pose...feel the stretch, but do not go into pain. 

  • Focus on your own experience ​and do not compare yourself with others.

  • Rest whenever you need to...even if others are still in a pose.

  • Let the teacher know if you are experiencing discomfort.

  • Enjoy the process!

These pictures do not reflect the new 6 foot mat distancing but they do show the new open space we will be in.

Yoga for Health

        Marion, Ohio