Yoga helps us to develop awareness of the connection between mind, body, and spirit, and to use this connection to heal ourselves. Deborah emphasizes breath, focus, visualization, and affirmation to facilitate a meditative, healing Yoga experience.  Enjoy a Yoga Download, Private Session, or Yoga Class in Apache Junction, Gold Canyon, and Superior, Arizona.

Private Session - yoga, meditation, consult for you or a group, your place or mine!

1.25 hr session for $65, other arrangements/travel fees possible

Thai Yoga (assisted Yoga postures with compressions) 1.5 hr $95


Apache Junction

Apache Junction Multi-Generational Ctr

   1035 N. Idaho Rd, Apache Junction, AZ

Mon 8:30-9:45 Yoga-juvenation

Mon 10-11:15 Yoga Flow

Wed 10:30-11:45 Yoga-juvenation

Fri 1pm Yoga on the Ball

$5 drop in or monthly - yearly passes

             Payment is to Multi-Gen Center


   Gold Canyon

Wed and Fri 8:30 - 9:50 am, October - April

   Mountainbrook Village Ocotillo Multipurpose

Room,  Mountainbrook Dr. Gold Canyon

   North of Hwy 60 on Mountainbrook Drive,

   left into Activity Center (1st bldg on left).

Pay here or in person - no need to pre-register

"I find Deborah to be an excellent instructor - offering challenges yet encouraging each of us to work at our own level...I'm learning to appreciate my body - to focus inward."    Cookie Russell

Yoga le Deborah JOYa

Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Superior, Arizona

1st and 3rd Thursdays (Nov 7, 21, Dec 5, 19, 2019)

9-9:45 am Chi Gong (Tai Chi style)

10-11:15 am Yoga

11:30 am-12:30 pm Guided Meditation

Outdoors if weather allows

FREE with park admission or membership. Bring layers - it can be cold



Preparing for Yoga

* Eat lighter foods at least 1 hour before class

* Drink water - before (can prevent cramping), after (flush out deposits that were released or they will just redeposit)

* Be considerate of others - Come fragrance free!

* Try to avoid entering or exiting the class during more focused times like the beginning or balancing or relaxation

* Consider bringing an eye pillow or small cloth to cover your eyes and a blanket to sit on, us under knees, and/or keep warm during relaxation.