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My mission is to help people heal at the whole person level using the practices of yoga and real food.

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Although I have yet to learn your personal story I know that if you've landed here you have been on a journey of trying to find someone or something to help you feel better. 
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Janet Golownia,
IAYT-certified yoga therapist and health coach

I have learned through my own experience with multiple sclerosis, back pain, hip dislocation, fatigue, and food addictions that true healing is an inner journey. 

I want to share what I have learned and continue to learn with you. 

“I have been getting great results working with Janet for just a couple of months. Two spinal fusions and a hip replacement have left me with a very rigid posture. I have gained back a lot of flexibility, strength and balance. Janet is a wonderful coach.” 

— Rick Wellenstein

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International Association of Yoga Therapists
C-IAYT Certified Yoga Therapist

​International Association of Health Coaches
CIHC Certified International Health Coach

Certified Yoga4Cancer Professional



200 hour yoga alliance certified training - Feb 2013

500 hour professional yoga therapist training -
Integrative Yoga Therapy Sept 2013

800 hour professional yoga therapist training -
Integrative Yoga Therapy Feb 2014 to Feb 2016

1,000 hour yoga therapy internship

50 hour therapeutic adaptive yoga for multiple sclerosis training - May 2013

2 year Health Coaching program - Institute for Integrative Nutrition -
New York, NY May 2013 to May 2014

Reiki Master

UW Milwaukee BA in Business

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“As I continue to work with Janet I gain a deeper understanding of what good movement feels like for my body. Janet provides the tools, specific to you that will encourage those “light-bulb” moments. Her nutritional counseling prompted some beneficial lifestyle modifications for me. I’m stronger, happier and healthier. My body and I are most grateful.” 

— Sue Knox

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