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Jill Miller’s enthusiasm is rousing, even over the phone. Of course, she’s been cultivating a passion for her craft since age 11 as a self-described “fat kid.” That’s when she started practising yoga and, 30 years later, she’s finding body blind spots; areas of the body that are overused, underused, misused or abused as she explains it.  “I find everybody’s blind spot,” Miller declared. “I find their pain, I find what they’re not admitting too, I find stuff they don’t know they had and the Yoga Tune Up works to expose that.” That’s her brand of mindful bodywork.

Miller says boomers make up a large portion of Yoga Tune Up users because they are interested in learning about their bodies and how to stay active and healthy longer.  “My whole system is about empowering people, no matter what type of athletic prowess they have,” Miller explained. That system includes DVDs, online streaming of short five to 10 minute sequences and classes with Miller or Miller-taught trainers (currently available across Ontario and Saskatchewan.)

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