Celebrate being yourself

Chelsea McCormack strikes a standing pose in her new yoga studio, The Inner Roar.

Chelsea McCormack, owner of The Inner Roar, believes that yoga is for everybody and every kind of body. — Wes Eisses photo

Chelsea McCormack is Cranbrook-born and -raised. After moving away to discover the world and become a certified holistic health coach, she returned last year and just a few weeks ago opened a yoga studio, The Inner Roar. The yoga studio offers regular classes and a full drop-in schedule. “My studio is special because I don’t focus on one specific style of yoga . . . we all need something different and my goal is to use this studio to hold space for people for whatever it is they may need,” said McCormack. “Life is not black and white, nor should your practice be.”

Virginia Rasch

Virginia is a writer and copy editor with Koocanusa Publications. She is an avid outdoor recreationist in all seasons and has lived in the Kootenays for 10 years. With degrees in the natural sciences, she has worked as a tour guide, an environmentalist, a writer, and a copy editor of scientific publications. Virginia now brings her passion for everything green to Kootenay Business. View all of Virginia Rasch’s articles

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