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136 Franklin Corner Rd
Lawrence Township, NJ, 08648
United States

(609)912-0440

Complete Health Yoga

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Mind. Body. Spirit.

The Complete Health Experience

Firefly Yoga and Romy Yoga merge studios to better serve the Lawrenceville community!

Firefly Yoga and Romy Yoga merge studios to better serve the Lawrenceville community!

The new Complete Health Yoga Studio fulfills the vision of Dr. Jeff Clancey—by creating a welcoming physical space for experts in healthcare, fitness and the healing to support our local community. 
 
Complete Health Yoga has gathered expert-level instructors, many with decades of experience, to ensure that every student who attends class will have access to a rich yoga practice. Our studio is bright and welcoming, and the size allows for specialized and focused instruction, providing each student with a safe and personal experience. 
 
At Complete Health Yoga, we dedicate ourselves to exploring the entire BODY.MIND.SPIRIT continuum so that our students and growing community can reach even greater potential.
 
BODY.    We understand that the physical form of yoga (Hatha) is important for strengthening as well as relieving anxiety and tension. Our teachers provide invigorating asana flows in addition to restorative, gentle classes to match every student’s energetic needs 
 
MIND.  At Complete Health Yoga, we know that only a quiet mind can grow.  There is more than one way to approach mindfulness.  Our community of teachers from varied backgrounds allows us to pass along tools from many different philosophies and styles, providing each student a well-rounded, unique yoga and meditation experience.
 
SPIRIT.   True yogic living goes beyond poses and breath. Complete Health Yoga is a spirit-focused studio that fully honors and adopts the eight-fold path providing definitive steps for continued personal exploration. We incorporate key teachings and educational workshops to enhance the individual’s understanding of these ancient yogic teachings, helping to lead others and ourselves to the ultimate goal of spiritual realization.


New to yoga?

Here are a few resources, books and articles we recommend to assist you as you begin your practice. 

An Open Letter to Beginner Yoga Students Everywhere.
Source:  Elephant Journal, Submitted by: Julia Leeon (Oct. 10, 2012)


Recommended Reading List

The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practice
by T. K. V. Desikachar (1999)
 
Eastern Body Western Mind
by Anodea Judith (2004)
 
Living at the Source: Yoga Teachings of Vivekananda (Shambhala Dragon Editions)
by Vivekananda Foundation (Author)
 
Autobiography of a Yogi (Reprint of the Philosophical library 1946 First Edition)
by Paramhansa Yogananda (Reprint 20015)
 
Wherever You Go, There You Are
by Jon Kabat-Zinn (2005)
 
Yoga Anatomy-2nd Edition
by Leslie Kaminoff (2011)
 
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
by Swami Satchidananda (2012)
 



Featured Resource Video Link:  Breathe to Heal | Max Strom | TEDxCapeMay

With anxiety, stress, and sleep dysfunction skyrocketing around the globe, it's time we look at the unspoken reasons why. These debilitating challenges can be meaningfully impacted with ten to twenty minutes of breathing exercises per day. Max Strom,who has taught breath-work for 20 years, reveals his insights into the healing power of the breath