Flow With Meaning at Hope Yoga Fairview Park

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The History of Hope Yoga Fairview Park

The journey to the birth of Hope Yoga Fairview Park started with a loss. Jackie and her sisters lost their father in 2013 prompting a trip to Bali. While on this trip, Jackie met yoga teachers Alicia Cheung & Oliver Rensch. This led to Jackie registering for their yoga teacher training. Her intention was not to become a teacher, but she did it for the experience. After over 200 hours of training, she knew this was what she was meant to do. A few years thereafter, she opened Hope in Fairview Park, the town where she was born and raised.

Now Jackie runs Hope Yoga in honor of Helen & Jim Walsh and it keeps their memory alive. Helen beat breast cancer but was diagnosed with brain cancer in 1996. When Helen came home to break the news to her family, she brought home a puppy with her and named it Hope. This was her way of showing her family she would not give up hope! Unfortunately, the cancer took her life in 1998. Hope lived until 2006 and continued to provide comfort and joy to the Walsh family. Jim fought several different cancers throughout the years but passed away in 2013.

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  • All Levels Flow Yoga
  • Baby and Me
  • Chair Yoga
  • Foundations
  • Gentle Yoga
  • Kids Yoga
  • Postnatal Yoga
  • Prenatal Yoga
  • Slow Flow
  • Yin
  • Boutique

The Mission of Hope Yoga

The mission of Hope Yoga Fairview Park is to transform your grief into resilience. Through yoga, you can navigate grief that you face in day-to-day life. Yoga can also assist you in learning to heal, grow and thrive. Whether you’re brand new to yoga or a seasoned yogi, Hope Yoga wants to empower you to get the most out of everything. Modifications, embellishments and support are robust in each and every class.

The Healing Road

First, you heal from past drama and trauma. This opens the door to growth physically, mentally & spiritually. Next, you’ll thrive on creating a better sense of self and community.

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Core Values

  • INCLUSION/ACCESSIBILITY: Hope Yoga continuously strives to create a judgement-free zone. They provide a space where students can practice in a safe and educated way.
  • COMMUNITY: Here you will connect with like-minded individuals through yoga.
  • EMPATHY: Every teacher understands everyone is different but continuously work together to improve each other, every student and the world around us.
  • CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT: Teachers here always seek to continue their education to be the most knowledgeable and innovative. They also gracefully accept feedback to provide the best experience possible.

The Studio

When you walk into Hope Yoga, you will feel right at home. Dreamy, cozy, safe home. A friendly staff member awaits in the lobby, you can shop retail or relax on a bench and chat with other students.

Entering the practice space, you’ll feel a wave of calmness. Surrounded by plenty of windows, plants and welcoming faces as you unravel your mat in preparation to start your yoga class.

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