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Stacey Reynolds

Blue Yoga Nyla
Yoga Therapist
Little Rock, AR
Stacey’s yoga journey began in 1997. Suffering from chronic illness, she was down physically for two years. The physical suffering caused her life-long battle with anxiety and depression to hit a new low. She credits “something greater than herself” for guiding her to the healing possibilities of yoga. She began practicing and almost immediately began to heal. In her personal practice, as well as in her teaching, Stacey’s motivation is healing.
Stacey began teaching in 2001, free of charge to the community. After nine years of teaching in that capacity, she opened her own studio, Blue Yoga Nyla, located in the Park Hill neighborhood of North Little Rock. Many of the people who began a personal yoga journey with her all those years ago are still with her today.
Stacey is passionate and committed to serving others, helping to facilitate healing in the mind, body, and spirit. She serves special populations, including those with trauma, addiction, and grief. Blue Yoga Nyla serves as a refuge for the “walking wounded” with a mission to make yoga available and accessible to all through a wide variety of classes and a pay-what-you-can option for daytime studio classes. Her work teaching senior adults for over 21 years has given Stacey a vast understanding of the aging body and considerable insight into the progression of those who begin a yoga practice later in life.
  • ●  Owner, lead facilitator Blue Yoga Nyla studio and Blue Yoga Nyla Teacher Training program.
  • ●  Certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists.
  • ●  Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher, Registered Prenatal Yoga Teacher, Experienced Yoga Teacher
    500-hour level.
  • ●  Internationally recognized for developing The YogaBLUEprint for Advanced Age and Living, focusing on longevity, mobility, and cognitive agility. Accredited for continuing education for workers in the field of geriatrics, including hospice.
  • ●  Certified Yoga of 12- Step Recovery.
  • ●  Love Your Brain training and workshop facilitator.
  • ●  Partner with University of Arkansas Medical Center - lecturing/training for TBI patients and
  • ●  Trauma training with Hala Khouri.
  • ●  Trainer/therapist for caregivers, family, professionals who work with victims of trauma, as well
    as working one-on-one with individuals with trauma-related issues.
  • ●  Leadership training with Off the Mat, Into the World.
  • ●  Extensive anatomy training with Leslie Kaminoff.
  • ●  Many hours of training with Seane Corn.
    Social/Volunteer Organizations
  • ●  Off the Mat, Into the World – 2015 fundraising for women in Kenya who were victims of FGM and forced-child marriage.
  • ●  Ongoing Seva service: One-third of classes are regularly offered to clients as “pay-what-you-can,” a commitment to make yoga accessible to all.
  • ●  Yearly partnership with a local inner city to provide gifts and financial assistance to impoverished families.
  • ●  Yearly Seva project through Blue Yoga Nyla Teacher Training program.
  • ●  Project 8, a Seva project to provide backpacks with hygiene products, food, and water to the
    homeless population in central Arkansas.
Saturday, November 9

8:00am CST

Sunday, November 10

9:45am CST