Glenmore Yoga and Wellness Center




The 200-hour teacher training program at Glenmore Yoga and Wellness Center graduated a new class on March 26. Matriculating students include Rachel Baker, Martha Cummings, Meena Dasgupta, Judy Howlett, Louise Mason, Brian McBride, Michele Riedel, JoRoyce Robinson, Mariah Sinden and Debbie Stewart.

      Facilitators of the program were Carolyn Hazel, Kim Leibowitz, Nancy Glenmore Tatum and Sarah Thacker. This is Glenmore’s 13th year of offering the program, making it one of the longest-running of its kind in Richmond.

Location: 10442 Ridgefield Pkwy. For more information, call 804-741-5267 or visit GlenmoreYoga.com.

 

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