Mindful Yoga has been a part of the Kenosha community since 2000. We offer therapeutic hatha yoga classes and workshops centered on breath awareness and meditation.
Mindful Yoga was born out of a desire to provide pure healing yoga for the community in an intimate, warm and inviting environment.
Students come to Mindful Yoga for peace, instruction and knowledge... and leave feeling part of a special community!
Mindful Yoga Studio offers yoga classes, workshops, retreats, and yoga therapy.
We are registered and certified with Yoga Alliance and the International Association of Yoga Therapy.
Mindful Yoga invites you to join us in this joyful and on-going journey of personal growth and improved health.
Manage your wellness, stress and life with confidence, balance and Mindful Yoga!
Owner/Director of Mindful Yoga
LSW, MSW, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT
Master Yoga Instructor & Owner/Director of Mindful Yoga LSW, MSW, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT
Pamela Grubb has been practicing yoga since 1975. She is a certified and registered E-RYT 500 hour master yoga instructor through the Himalayan Institute and Yoga Alliance. This level of certification allows her to teach in a 500 hour level teacher training program and provide the 200 and 500 hour level teacher CEU's for continuing education. She is also a certified yoga therapist thru the International Association of Yoga Therapists.
Pamela specializes in working with health related issues of the mind and body. She integrates a number of traditional yoga styles, as well as therapeutic solutions for health into classes that are known for their relaxed style, without sacrificing authentic practice. She helps her students to release into relaxation by building a strong foundation emphasizing correct breathing and alignment in yoga poses.
Earning a Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania in 1981, Pamela worked as a medical social worker for 25 years. She also teaches yoga as an adjunct instructor for the health education and sports management department at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
Pamela is a certified and registered instructor trained to work with individuals affected by Multiple Sclerosis. She also teaches wellness programs on topics such as vegetarianism, proper breathing techniques, meditation, stress management, ergonomics, and overall health topics at various locations throughout southeast Wisconsin.
Pamela offers personalized instruction, corporate in-service programs, private sessions, workshops, and private yoga parties and celebrations.
Pamela's professional memberships include:
Yoga Instructor RYT 200
Barbara Ullrich has taught group fitness classes for the last 30 years. In 1998 she began teaching Hatha Yoga and in 2005 became a Pilates instructor. She is also an ACE certified group fitness instructor. As her passion grew for yoga, she became a registered yoga teacher through Yoga Fit and is registered with Yoga Alliance. Her teaching style is casual and lighthearted. She has her class approach each pose with an open mind and heart and adjust their pose to fit the limitations that are inherent in all of us.
Yoga Instructor RYT 200
Mary Beck is a certified and registered 200-hour yoga instructor through Yoga Alliance, has taught hatha yoga for 6 years and has practiced for 13 years. Inspired to teach after attending a retreat with Jonny Kest at Kripalu NY, she studied Anusara style yoga at Total Body Yoga in Mundelein, IL. Mary’s classes bring gentle hatha flow sequences with focus on alignment, adaption of asanas for students and encouraging more challenging variations. Pranayama, chanting and relaxation techniques are used to focus on quieting the mind and listening to the body. Mary provides students with a safe environment to practice yoga as they strive for wellness and conscious living.
Yoga means "to yoke" or bring together and is an ancient holistic practice that unites mind, body and spirit. The practice of hatha yoga uses a series of exercises that provide a framework to learn mental balance and concentration along with physical stamina and flexibility. To accomplish this, yoga involves physical poses known as "asanas" and the use of breathing and meditation techniques. By attending regular yoga classes, students have time to focus on breathing and postures that improve health.