6350 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key, Florida 34228, United States

(904) 610-7565/ MM39544

Come relax with a yoga class or a massage

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Welcome

Feel Good Yoga is a yoga studio dedicated to finding the alignment that makes your body “feel good.” We ask you to listen to your body and your intuition in every wonderful class you attend here with us.

About Me

Build it and they will come!

I moved to Longboat Key 5 years ago and found there was not a yoga studio here! So I opened one. 

Injuries anyone?

After 40 years in the wellness industry and being involved in competitive sports my body began to hurt. I now choose Yoga & Massage to keep me held together and to enhance this one beautiful life I have.

Join a class or get a massage!

We specialize in helping you feel good again no matter what age or what shape you are in. Come and challenge yourself or just relax. We offer a variety of modalities. Kick off your shoes and let's get acquainted!

Instructors

Debby McClung E-RYT 500

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Studio Owner & Instructor
Debby always felt a deep yearning for “something more” in her life. Not more stuff, just a yearning to connect to herself from the inside out. She reached out and took her first ”real” yoga class 25 years ago when she felt emotionally ready. Debby says “ Yoga immediately softened me, nurtured me, and allowed me for the first time to actually experience “stillness.” That was 25 years ago. Her life has changed! Her classes are a reflection of that change. I hope you can find some time to take a journey with Debby in a “Feel Good Yoga”( her own personal style) class and experience the connection that she now feels with the beauty and softness that lies within each of us… “I study yoga for it’s self-transformational powers. It’s a way to bring people together who are looking to rejuvenate, restore, and restart a new way of life.” Debby holds a Bachelors degree in Elementary Education from Jacksonville University, 40 years of group exercise instruction, 200 hour Anusara Yoga, and 200 hour Hatha Yoga along with 300 hours Hatha Yoga. Debby is registered E-500 RYT with Yoga Alliance. Recently Debby graduated from Sarasota School of Massage Therapy and now works as a licensed massage therapist. Private sessions available in yoga, stretch, & massage.

Gail Condrick

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Gail Condrick
Gail is a member of the Nia International Training Faculty, one of 45 people in the world licensed
to teach people to become Nia Mind/Body fitness Instructors, the equivalent of a Nia PhD. The Nia technique is the original bare foot mind-body-spirit fitness practice, activating sensation, and awareness in a workout adaptable for everybody. Move the way the body is built to move, reaping cardiovascular fitness and therapeutic benefits while having joyful fun and take the self healing experience into everyday life. For more information on Gail please visit: http://www.gailcondrick.com Private Sessions Offered

Kayla McKenna RYT 200

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Kayla McKenna first started incorporating yoga into her life just as a way to stretch and relax, but throughout her practice she found herself craving yoga more than anything.  After graduating with a Bachelors in Health Sciences she noticed the desire to teach others about the benefits of yoga.  She believes the physical benefits of yoga give you strength both mentally and physically and that connecting with your breath is a tool you use on and off the mat.  She graduated in 2016 with her 200 hour yoga certification and took a 20 hour course focused on Yin yoga.  She has training in Ashtanga and Iyengar yoga, which gives her knowledge of a strong flow and alignment  Her classes will leave you feeling empowered and at peace.  Her journey is just beginning but she is eager to teach and provide students with knowledge of this ancient practice called yoga.

Valerie Schneiderman E-RYT 500

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Valerie has studied and practiced ashtanga yoga for the past 25 years. Under the guidance of many exceptional teachers, including Tim Miller, Beryl Bender Birch, members of the Jois family and many others, her individual teaching style has been nourished and developed over time. Valerie believes that yoga practice is open to all, and she actively seeks to dispel the misconception that a student need be physically flexible in order to practice yoga. The traditional yogic teaching of mindful movement, breathing technique and meditation are of benefit to all interested practitioners, regardless of age, technical ability and/or level of experience. At its heart, Yoga is about getting to know ones true nature…a place of joy, stillness, abundance and well-being. Valerie’s goal as a teacher is to share with others, the traditional teachings that have been transformational in her own life…those practices which enhance and support mental, physical and spiritual growth and well-being. It is with a deep sense of gratitude and commitment to the teachings, that she shares this practice with interested students.