I believe that everybody and every body has a right to the benefits of yoga. New and experienced students can expect safe, thoughtful sequencing that creates space in the body and space to breathe and be. With a focus on self-care and understanding yoga to be a vehicle for wellness and healing, I weave mindfulness, breath work, and meditation into my classes.
Let me support your yoga journey!
Weekly Group Classes
Weekly classes taught in-person at Milwaukee Recreation (MPS) on the East Side and at FitPOWER, LLC in Washington Heights. For class descriptions, rates, and registration, please view calendar below.
Thursdays 6:00p Gentle Yoga (East Side)
Thursdays 7:00p Slow Flow Yoga (East Side)
Saturdays 11:00am Slow Flow Yoga (Washington Heights)
Classes tailored to you and your specific goals, needs, and preferences. Whether you're new to yoga or returning from a hiatus, have physical or health challenges and still want to experience the full benefits of yoga, or are looking for deep relaxation and stress relief, it would be my honor to support you. Offered in-home, virtually, and in Brookfield Village. Packages available. Click for pricing.
Please reach out for a free phone/Zoom chat to see if I'm the right fit for you.
Private Group Offerings
Whether you're a group of friends, small non-profit, mid-size business, professional association, or something in-between, I would love the opportunity to work with you. I offer a range of yoga, mindfulness, and stress management programming from 30-minute morning sessions to start off your conference day, 1-hour lunch & learns, 2-hour workshops, and half or full-day retreats.
Special non-profit pricing available.
I cannot say enough about the respect I have for Michelle as both a yoga teacher and a person. I have invited her to lead yoga and mindfulness sessions for groups that I work with for several years. She does a great job adapting to our location, format, and needs. She makes everyone feel welcome and has adapted our practice to participants with disabilities, people who are pregnant, and those who are new to yoga. Michelle is always the first person I ask to lead yoga and mindfulness groups. I would absolutely recommend working with her.
Melissa L - Graduate Training Program Manager
A Little About Me
I came to yoga seeking a better understanding of my place in the world and in search of work/life and emotional balance. After years of saying, "I should try yoga sometime" I found myself at 40 and experiencing anxiety for the first time; I needed a Xanax just to walk into my first yoga class. I continue to practice for the opportunity it gives me to breathe, to center, to reflect, and to just be. My time on the mat has increased my mindfulness off it. I also just feel really good physically after I practice. I've had sciatica and lumbar spine issues most of my life but these have improved so much I feel like I've been gifted a new body and no longer worry that I'll throw my back out if I sneeze too hard.
I completed my 200-hour Integrative Yoga Therapy teacher training at Inner Light Yoga Studios in Wauwatosa, WI in 2017. I’ve taken additional training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, am an Accessible Yoga Ambassador, and a Reiki Master Practitioner. A Certified Health Education Specialist, I evaluate public health and social service programs by day. I'm mom to 3 fur-kids and enjoy traveling, any time spent at the beach, brunch with friends, road trips with my beau, and creating whether it be in the garden, kitchen, or craft room.
I'm looking forward to practicing with you and sharing your yoga journey.
Michelle Corbett, MPH, CHES, CYT-200, RM