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 December 2015 


We have several special events coming up AND exciting news!

Di Caldwell-Rulo and K elly Masinelli are now managing our yoga studio. Di and Kelly will be introducing some changes, new classes and new teachers. Read about them here and about the most recent Yoga Teacher Training graduates here .

And we welcome Lety Murphy to our spaces. Lety's goal is to support your health through holistic means. Read about her services and credentials below.

We are starting a two-week canned goods drive for Crisis Food Center beginning Dec. 1. Please help us support the community by bringing in a non-perishable food item or p ersonal hygiene product each time you come in for a class or appointment. Thank you!

  • Our Holiday Open House is Thursday, Dec. 3, 11 am - 6 pm. Come out for some light refreshments, chat with our massage therapists and get a FREE paraffin hand dip. Don't know what that is? Find out here. You can also meet holistic wellness provider Lety Murphy and yoga studio managers Di Rulo and Kelly Masinelli.
  • Too much holiday cheer stressing you out? Join us for Yoga and Stress Reduction, Saturday, Dec. 5, 11 am - 12:30 pm. Cost is $25. Class will be led by Jamie Sanchez, ND, of West-East Natural Healing.
  • Welcome 2016 with New Beginnings Yoga, 1:30-3:00 pm, Friday, Jan. 1. This special class will begin with a 10-15 minute meditation/visualization, followed by an hour of yoga. We'll close with a ritual to let go of the negative and write a mid-year reminder of the positive. Then we'll toast the new year with mimosas and orange juice. Some yoga experience is necessary. Preregistration required so enough supplies can be on hand. $20.
  • New Tai Chi session begins Jan. 4. Details here.
  • Author and yoga therapist Brenda Schnable is returning to present Qi-Infused Yoga, Saturday, January 30, 1:30-3:30pm, $25 pre-registration. You can read a past article about her in the August 2014 newsletter.
  • 2016 Yoga Teacher Training begins Feb. 5. See details  here.
  Yoga class announcements:
  • Di Caldwell-Rulo's yoga classes on Dec. 24 and Dec. 31 are canceled.
  • Angie Becker will be teaching a "Balance & Restore" class, 6:30-7:30 pm Friday evenings, Dec. 4-18.
Check out our calendar as we offer a wide variety of classes and times as well as services to give you a pick-me-up.

Theresa Franklin, NCTMB, LMT, RYT, CMT
Olivia Kelly, NCTMB, LMT

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Di Rulo, RYT 200 and Kelly Masinelli, RYT 200.

workshop New Studio Managers at Be Well Now! 
By the time this newsletter lands in your inbox, Kelly Masinelli, RYT 200, and Di Rulo, RYT 200, will have begun their new role as managers of our yoga studio!

Kelly and Di both graduated in November from the 2015 West-East Natural Healing School of Yoga Teachers Training program. Over the next few months, they will be offering new yoga classes, new workshops and coordinating with West-East Natural Healing to host the 5th consecutive session of 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training at Be Well Now. (Get more info here.)

Di teaches a Yin Slow Flow class 6-7 pm Thursdays and a higher energy Hatha class 9-10 am Saturdays. Kelly will soon be adding a 45-minute lunch hour yoga class to the schedule.

Follow us on Facebook to keep up with the latest class offerings and news from Di and Kelly.

  workshop3 Lety Murphy, Holistic Wellness Provider

Lety Murphy's journey into holistic wellness began in 2007 when she took a college course called Medicalization of Society. It was an eye-opening experience and one that changed her thinking about women's health, the mind-body connection and informed consent in healthcare.

Since then, Lety has studied holistic living, healing, nutrition, herbal medicine and aromatherapy. Along the way, she's become a Labor Doula & Childbirth Educator, Lactation Specialist, Herbalist and Aromatherapist.

She offers services to assist women throughout their pregnancy journey. Her handcrafted teas, tinctures and essential oils are used in her treatments and can be found for sale in our studio.

Lety has degrees from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville and is accredited through Heart of Herbs, Health Care Sciences and Body-Mind Institute. She recently decided to enroll in Lewis & Clark's Nursing program and will begin in 2017 to finish her nursing degree.

Her ultimate mission is to help people, primarily women of childbearing age through menopause, achieve optimum health through education, consultation and product and supplement creation.

Look for a list of Lety's Wellness Services posted in the lobby or visit for more information. You can also contact her at or call 618-580-2454.  

  YTT2016 Yoga Teacher Training
  Whether you're interested in becoming a certified yoga teacher or just want to deepen your understanding of this ancient practice, you'll learn from long-time yoga instructor Jaime Sanchez, ND, of West-East Natural Healing. Founder of the oldest teacher training program in St. Louis, Dr. Jaime Sanchez shares his decades of experience and brings together meditation, pranayama, core movement and physical awareness in one 200-hour course.

This Yoga Teacher Training course is an internationally recognized certification course that is registered with Yoga Alliance. 

Classes meet once a month for 10 months. Check out the Special Events
page on our website for specific dates, detailed information and cost. 
Recent graduates of yoga teacher training led by Dr. Jaime Sanchez, ND, of West-East Natural Healing.
Di Rulo, Angela Becker, Jaime Sanchez, Kelly Masinelli and
Nancy Culiberk graduated Nov. 8. Angie Becker will be joining the Be Well Now yoga teacher staff.

"It was a wonderful, life-changing experience," says Di Rulo.

The Be Well Now newsletter is edited by Danette Watt. For suggestions, comments or concerns about the newsletter content, contact her at 
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massage Paraffin Wax Treatments Provide Healing Relief
Doctors have known for a long time that paraffin wax treatments provide relief from inflammation, fibromyalgia, bursitis, tendonitis and sore muscles.

These treatments were first used in the 1950s when doctors used them to help patients with arthritis pain. It wasn't until 30 years later that paraffin wax hand dips became a beauty treatment.

But its benefits are more than skin-deep.

Paraffin wax is melted and warmed to 116-147 degrees. Hands are dipped in and out of the warm wax.

As the wax solidifies, heat is transferred into the affected joints, increasing circulation and relieving pain and stiffness.

Give it a try when you stop by our Holiday Open House, 11am - 6pm, Thursday, Dec. 3.    
taichi New Tai Chi Session Starts Jan.

The next Tai Chi session begins the week of Jan. 4, led by Jerry Whitten. Cost is $60 for 10 weeks.

Monday evening
Intro to Tai Chi - 5:30-6:30
Int. Tai Chi - 6:30-7:30
Adv. Tai Chi - 7:30-8:30

Wednesday morning
Intro to Tai Chi - 10:15-11:15    
ourclasses Our staff 

Angie Becker
Tracey Curtis
Theresa Franklin
Kelly Masinelli
Di Rulo
Danette Watt

Theresa Franklin
Olivia Kelly
Holly Pruiett
Daniel Sheets

Lety Murphy

Jerry Whitten

Matt Hawkin

  ourclasses Our classes
Please check the website calendar to confirm class times. Friend us on Facebook for updates and cancellations.

1:00-2:00 pm - Vinyasa 
9:00-10:00 am - Hatha

6:00-7:00 pm - Hatha

9:00-10:00 am - Hatha
3:30-4:30 pm - Hatha
6:00-7:00 pm - Hatha 
6:00-7:00 pm -Hatha

6:30-7:30 pm - Restore & Balance

9:00-10:00 am - Hatha

5:30-6:30 pm - Intro to Chen Tai Chi
6:30-7:30 pm - Int. Chen Tai Chi
7:30-8:30 pm - Adv. Chen Tai Chi

Intro. to Chen Tai Chi
10:15-11:15 am 
8:00-9:30 pm