The mission of Glenwood Yoga is to introduce the practice of Yoga
to the community and visitors and to create a nurturing environment for
students as they learn. Through teaching and practice of asana [poses],
pranayama [breathing], chanting and meditation, we enjoy balance,
strength and flexibility of body, as well as clarity and calmness of
Classes are taught by Cordelia Rose who learned hatha yoga at the
Integral Yoga Center in New York City. Cordelia has practiced yoga
since 1991 and has deepened her knowledge with teacher training at the
International Yoga College based in Tucson, AZ. Occasionally guest
teachers are invited to take Cordelia’s place.
Time & Place
are held in the Glenwood Community Center on Menges Lane next door to
the Library. Mondays and Thursdays at 4pm; Mondays at 6pm; and by
appointment only Introduction to Yoga. Call at 575.539.2868 or
mobile 575 313 1002.
Classes last 1 ½ hours and include asanas, pranayama and meditation.
Classes are designed for students at Level 1: Beginner and at Level:
1-2 Beginner – Intermediate. An Introduction to Yoga class is also
Occasionally a special class of chanting and/or trataka is
announced. Sadhana and Shatkarma can be taught by appointment.
Individual sessions can be arranged.
1 ½ hour class $5, Individual session $10. First class is free.
No credit or debit cards. Checks made out to Glenwood Yoga or cash are
accepted. Barter can be negotiated. Tokens can be purchased for
Please take note of Yoga Etiquette
Come to class showered and barefoot. No oily lotions or heavy
perfumes in class. Wear t-shirts and shorts or footless leggings.
Mats, straps, blocks and eye pillows are available for new
students. Bring a shawl to cover your body as it cools during
deep relaxation. Arrive 10 minutes early to sign in and get
settled. Classes start promptly. Observe silence during class and
quiet before class. Do not step on others’ mats.
Contact Cordelia Rose, Glenwood