A “Shift” in Hendersonville Classes

Dear friends, please note changes to the times and locations of my Hendersonville classes this month. Shift happens — sometimes unexpectedly and outside of our control. Thanks for your understanding and support. Feel free to contact me with questions: jenneuine@gmail.com

Mondays, 5:30-6:45pm, Therapeutic Yoga
Asheville Training Center

Tuesdays, 9:30-10:45pm, Therapeutic Yoga
The Shift Meditation Studio in Hendersonville

Wednesdays, 2:00-3:15pm, Gentle Yoga (begins Sept. 2nd)
The Healing Arts Cottage in Hendersonville

Thursdays, 4pm-5:15 Restorative Yoga
The Shift Meditation Studio in Hendersonville

Thursdays 5:30-6:45 Therapeutic Flow
The Shift Meditation Studio in Hendersonville 

The Mindful Heart: Establishing Self-Love Series

Register Here  for the 6-Week Series “The Mindful Heart: Establishing a Discipline of Self-Love”
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The Mindful Heart is a 6-week transformational journey that offers a nurturing and supportive space to dive into personal struggles, and explore practical ways of establishing a consistent practice of self-love. Continue reading

Restorative Yoga Nidra: Total Relaxation


Self-massage with essential oils, and a restorative yoga session set to soothing live music, culminate in a Yoga Nidra practice. Yoga Nidra guides you to the twilight place between awake and asleep where ultimate relaxation resides, with an invitation to connect more deeply to life. Clinical research highlights the effectiveness of Yoga Nidra for increasing vitality, improving sleep, managing chronic illness, and relieving stress, anxiety, and depression. Register HERE Continue reading

The Practice of Being True To Yourself

All you need is already within you, only you must approach yourself with reverence and love. Self-condemnation and self-distrust are grievous errors. All I plead with you is this–make love of yourself perfect.

- Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj

Trees need sun, air, water, and soil. They do not try to rise above their needs. When they work to meet these needs, they thrive; otherwise, they become vulnerable to disease. Learning to meet our own needs is holy work. Self-love is not a woo-woo concept or a self-absorbed indulgence. Self-love is a discipline and a practice that is the bedrock of psychological health and personal sustainability. Self-love is a spiritual duty, a social responsibility, and a critical step in human development. How can we touch the suffering in this world with compassion if we cannot touch our own suffering with compassion?

When we harshly judge ourselves, we become a threat to our own health. Negative self-talk, self-shaming, and self-loathing significantly increase the likelihood that we will engage in behaviors that adversely affect our health and the likelihood of disease and premature death from all causes increases by 200 percent. Modern neuroscience teaches us that it is only human to dwell on the shortcomings in ourselves and in our lives. Our brains are wired to be like Velcro for negative experiences and Teflon for positive experiences. It’s part of how we learn, but when these patterns are reinforced, it becomes our primary source of suffering.  Continue reading

Therapeutic Yoga at Asheville Training Center, Mondays 5:30-6:45pm

Slow, strong, meditative yoga that utilizes breath and posture to build strength, balance and flexibility while cultivating inner calm, compassion, and self-trust. Both beginners and experienced students will learn practical applications of yoga tools to heal imbalances in the body and mind and release emotional trauma and constriction.

$10 drop-in (your 1st class is $5)
$50 for 6 class card ($8/class discount)
(Sliding scale “pay-what-you-can” for financial hardship)
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Yoga and Your Health: What’s Self-Love Got to Do With it?


The first time I attended a yoga class, something big clicked. It was the most intimate nature hike I had ever taken, except that the terrain was my own body, heart and mind (a vast and largely neglected territory guarded with ‘Disaster Zone’ and ‘No Trespassing’ signs). The instructor’s warm encouragement combined with the physical practices set me on a path to reclaiming my body and befriending myself.  Continue reading

Spring Benefit Concert for THRIVE

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Friday, March 20th 7pm-8:30pm
Jenne brings her original music and covers of your favorite songs to YAM Yoga & Massage Studio on the Spring Equinox. 100% of proceeds sponsor weekly yoga classes at Thrive, a non-profit mental health center. Register in advance ~ iamyam.com

Gratitude: Simple Practices for Profound Healing


At the end of the day, which do you think about—the ten things that went well or the one thing that went wrong? It’s only human to dwell on the shortcomings in yourself, in others, and in your life. Our brains are wired to be like Velcro for negative experiences and Teflon for positive experiences. It’s part of how we learn, but at a certain point it becomes a major source of suffering.   Continue reading

Chair Yoga: Who It Benefits Most and It’s Practical Wisdom for Everyone


Chair yoga is often misunderstood to be an age specific practice. The truth is that we would all be better off with a few chair yoga sequences under our belt, especially where back care is concerned. In an age where long hours are spent sitting at a desk, in a meeting, or traveling by car or plane, none of us are exempt from its practical benefits. Chair yoga is a great choice for beginners who are interested in trying yoga for the first time. It is a safe and accessible practice for anyone, of any age, and particularly for those who are living with physical limitations.  Continue reading

Winter Solstice Celebration @ Breathe Yoga

As part of its grand opening, Breathe Yoga & Wellness of Morganton, NC is hosting musician and yoga therapist Jenne Sluder for an evening of music, ritual, poetry, and meditation to celebrate Winter Solstice.  All are welcome. By donation.


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