Healing Arts Yoga
Our yoga classes combine movement, awareness of breath, and meditation for a vital integration of the mind-body experience. No matter the pace or depth of each class, you will be empowered to build strength, increase flexibility, maintain range of motion, relieve stress, and find balance. The Center offers a beautiful, inviting studio with mats, blocks, straps, bolsters, blankets, and more to enhance your yoga experience.
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We offer a variety of options and rates for our classes:
- Unlimited Intro Offer: $30 (expires in 30 days & valid for 1-time use)
- Drop-In: $15/class
- 5 Class Yoga Card: $60 (expires in 3 months)
- 10 Class Yoga Card: $110 (expires in 6 months)
- 20 Class Yoga Card: $190 (expires in 12 months)
- Membership: $79/month (includes our rotating Saturday Series classes and a 5% discount on Massage and Personal Fitness Training Sessions!)
- Private Lessons: $60/hour (Call 859-252-5656 ext. 44)
Healing Arts Yoga at LHAA
272 Southland Drive, Suite 150
Lexington, KY 40503
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Our skilled yoga instructors have years of experience in their practice and teaching, emphasizing safe, intelligent and intentional healing movement through yoga. Beyond their passion for yoga, our instructors are always willing to help people whether they are beginners or experienced practitioners.
Debra Booker, E-RYT 200, RYT 500
Debra is co-owner of LHAA (with her husband Bill), Yoga Program Director and a lead teacher in the 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Program. Debra grew up in her family’s health food store and has always been interested in health and wellness, exercise and nutrition. She discovered her love for movement and strength in high school, enjoying weight lifting, aerobics, kickboxing, dance and running. Yoga deepened her understanding of the complete mind/body connection and brought her transformation physically, mentally, and spiritually. She is continually inspired to share this incredible practice with others.
Doug Cage, E-RYT 200, RYT 500
Doug discovered yoga in 2007 following injury and gradually learned it’s healing effects extend way beyond the body. He is a LHAA graduate. By day he is a licensed mechanical engineer working to design environmental building systems aimed at human comfort and sustainability. This integration of disciplines yields a unique perspective in sharing both mindful and technical aspects of yoga, aimed at empowering students in the discovery of their own practice.
Connie Payne, RYT 500
Connie Payne has been a firm believer in the therapeutic benefits of yoga since the late 90’s when she was seeking relief from chronic back and hip pain. She found that yoga helped strengthen and heal her body, and it offered a calming, centering experience. She enjoys helping others deepen their awareness of the mind-body connection and finding more day to day tranquility. Connie completed her 200 RYT at Lexington Healing Arts and her 300 RYT in Rishikesh, India.
Beth Connors-Manke, E-RYT 200
A back injury brought Beth to yoga in 2000; since then, her back has been the greatest teacher in her yoga practice. Yoga has allowed Beth to learn about the body’s own capacity for holistic healing through awareness, the breath, and proper alignment. Beth’s practice focuses on intellectual, intuitive, and spiritual understanding of body and mind. A 2009 graduate of Lexington Healing Arts Academy, Beth is now part of LHAA’s teaching team for the 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Program.
Barb Langley, RYT 200
Barb discovered yoga at 50 – and didn’t like it at first. Seeking to increase strength and flexibility, she found beginner classes “pleasant”, but not very challenging. Fortunately, she stuck with it, eventually discovering not only a wealth of physical benefits and challenge, but also – unexpectedly – the whole-person joys and centeredness that yoga offers. After several years of practice, Barb decided to expand her knowledge and share her enthusiasm for yoga with others through teaching, and completed LHAA’s Teacher Training Program in 2017.
Raesta Boggs, RYT 200
Raesta completed the LHAA 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Program in 2016, but she has been captivated by the body and its rhythm through movement all of her life. The world of yoga opens up new experiences and fuels a passion for knowledge about yoga for her. This has influenced Raetsa’s practice by bringing awareness to the soft and subtle motions of the body. This discovery leads her ever expanding journey in living, learning, and teaching yoga.
Roxanne Luna, RYT 200
Roxanne’s yoga practice began in 2013 as an outlet from daily emotions and anxieties. Her journey leaped forward in October of 2015 when, with her heart set on bringing yoga to the recovery community, she began her path to become a teacher. She shares with others that, through yoga, we may quiet the mind and find the serenity we seek and shares how we may formulate good decisions and enrich interpersonal relationships through acceptance and compassion.
Terrence Fister, RYT 200
After ending his studies in Physical Education & Dance at University of KY, Skidmore College in NY and The School of Boston Ballet, Terry pursued his professional dance career until his body said STOP! He then naturally segued into the fitness industry where, 30+ years later, he continues to move himself (and those willing), in pursuit of integrating one’s body, mind and soul. Terry holds nationally recognized personal training and group fitness certifications from Marymount College, AFAA, ACE, NASM and is a graduate of the Shakti Yoga Teacher Training Certification program in Woodstock, NY. His personal training focuses on special populations such as seniors, pre/post partum exercise, post-rehabilitation exercise, weight management and sports conditioning.
Amy Ball, RYT 200
Amy is a recent graduate of the LHAA Yoga program, an NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Certified USAT Triathlon coach, and Certified Spinning instructor. With over 20 years in the fitness industry Amy decided to add yoga to her tool box, believing not only the importance of fitness as part of a healthy lifestyle, but the importance of maintaining strength, balance, and flexibility as we age. Mindfulness and the mind body connection, listening to and being kind to the body, and quieting the mind, are all things Amy hopes to share with her students.
Heather Shearin, RYT 200
Heather developed a personal yoga practice 15 yrs ago and was inspired by yoga’s ability to center the mind, while strengthening and reconnecting with the body. Working in the healthcare system fueled her desire to empower others to improve their health and well-being through the holistic practice of yoga. She completed the 200 hr yoga teacher training at LHAA in September 2018.
Zackery Morris, RYT 200
Zack is thrilled to serve as a substitute teacher for Healing Arts Yoga at LHAA! He is a current D.M.A. candidate at the University of Kentucky as well as professional Opera singer and voice teacher. Zackery discovered that yoga practice freed him from stress and anxiety and brought an expanded perception of singing and living. Currently conducting research on yoga sequences and the impact of asana and pranayama on the singing voice, he has found deep relations between breath and body. His passion is to inspire others to find their fullest voice and fullest life.
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