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Health and Wellness

Updated: May 9

Burnout is real. It's time to take care of you and your health.

Enter Chair Yoga - a gentle practice that can help alleviate

stress and improve overall well-being.

Certified yoga teacher Jonalyn Lavarias has been practicing yoga for 18 years and teaching for seven, specializing in trauma-informed yoga and meditation. Jonalyn welcomes anyone who is willing and able to learn the practice and has experience in teaching all levels and ages. She offers various styles of yoga, including chair, gentle, vinyasa, and restorative. 

Jonalyn is a yoga instructor at the JEA Community Center and is part of the Savannah Trauma-Sensitive Yoga Program, where she teaches in the community, including at the schools, hospice, and women's shelter.

MAY 18 (Saturday) | 9:30AM

7054 Hodgson Memorial Drive, Savannah 31406

Jonalyn founded ZenJonalyn LLC, a wellness and consulting service business, that aims to help individuals and companies alleviate stress through approachable holistic practices.

Jonalyn’s mission is to help people heal. She invites you to join her for a practice that will help you breathe, move, and connect with your mind and body. 

You can reach Jonalyn via email at, learn more about her projects on LinkedIn, or follow her on Facebook or Instagram at ZenJonalyn.

Jonalyn Lavarias will guide the class through a gentle chair yoga routine. The class is open to all fitness levels and ages as chair yoga is an accessible and safe practice for every body. For those who are more advanced or adventurous, demonstrations will be provided for some of the poses. The class will continue with beginner chair yoga postures for the rest of the group.

  • Improve flexibility and strength 

  • Improve focus and concentration

  • Improve stress relief and well-being 

Connect with your community and build relationships and strength in chair yoga with Jonalyn. 

You can watch her TEDx video here: 

Cost: Donation based (Your donation support will help us bring the benefits of yoga to those in the community who need it most. Together, we can make a difference and create a more mindful and healthy community.)

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