Amy Widner (she/her), RYT-200, teaches yoga and Mindfulness. Her mind-body journey began as a kid when her mom bought a VHS tape on yoga from the bargain bin at an Arkansas dollar store. Amy quickly realized there was something compelling about the slow, purposeful movements, the steady breathing, and moments of silence. Despite the many changes in her life since then, yoga has remained a constant — a touchstone — a place that can be returned to time and again to quietly drop back into the body, experience the present moment, and remember what’s important. Amy earned her 200-hour Yoga Alliance credentials in 2016 and has been teaching ever since. She joined the UAMS Mindfulness Program and trained to teach Koru Mindfulness in 2019. Currently, she teaches chair yoga online to the clients of the UAMS Ottenheimer Therapy and Fitness Center and the UAMS Neurology Clinic. Her favorite personal yoga practice is Restorative Yoga.