You have TWO chances to come get your flow on with Shannon at Inspire Yoga Grapevine this weekend – Saturday, September 14 from 11:15 am to 12:15 and Sunday, September 15 from 6:00 pm to 7:00pm!

Not only will you get a fantastic workout and time to zen, you’ll be supporting GRACE!

Just $10 gets you a spot in a class and all proceeds will go to support GRACE Programs!  Here’s even better news — if these classes garner a good following, Inspire Yoga will extend the event on through the fall!

Inspire Yoga is located at 400 E. Dallas Rd. suite 400 in Grapevine at the Aura Four44 building across from Hop and Sting Brewing Company.  Head East on Dallas Road from Main Street – turn South at Jean Street.  Free garage parking for studio patrons.

Inspire Yoga® is a health and wellness company specializing in Yoga Teacher Training and Yoga Classes.  Studio locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex include Denton, Highland Village and Grapevine.  Inspire Yoga has been honored with the ‘Best of Denton County Award’ for best yoga instructors, best studio, and best training program eight years in a row.  License opportunities are now available for additional studio locations and corporate wellness programs.

More about Shannon

Shannon Ford started her career as a licensed social worker in the state of Michigan.  Her social work career gave her opportunities to work with middle school-aged children, survivors of domestic violence, aging adults and adults with chronic mental health concerns.

She discovered yoga shortly into her career while living in California working as a Bereavement Coordinator with a hospice agency.  Shannon found the health and wellness benefits of yoga to parallel that of her social work career. As a result, Shannon continued to deepen her practice after moving back to Michigan and having two children.

A year after moving to Texas with her young family, Shannon decided to pursue the 200 hour yoga teacher training through Inspire Yoga in Grapevine in order to learn more about the history and philosophy of yoga, as well as embark on an opportunity to share the practice with others. She hopes to someday connect her Social Work career with yoga. In the meantime, Shannon is a new graduate of the teacher training program and recently started teaching at Inspire Yoga, Grapevine.