Contact Janet regarding private sessions, retreats or corporate yoga.


2018 Winter YOGA RETREAT
montezuma, COSTA RICA

February 24–March 3, 2018
Anamaya Resort

Please mention Janet’s name as a referral when booking Anamaya.
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2018 Spring Revitalization Retreat in Chacula, Mexico

March 17–24,  2018
Mar de Jade

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"Honoring the Divine Feminine" Yoga Retreat on the island of Lefkada, GREECE

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Urania Luxury Villas

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TUESDAYS

Bare Bones Basics
12:30-1:30pm
at Naam Yoga New York
141 W. 72nd St, Suite 1 • (646) 922-7482

Bare Bones Basics
6:30-7:30pm
at Reflections Center for Conscious Living
227 East 24th St. • (212) 974-2288

THURSDAYS

Bare Bones Basics
12:30-1:30pm
at Naam Yoga New York
141 W. 72nd St, Suite 1 • (646) 922-7482

Guided Meditation (by donation)
1:30-2:00pm
at Naam Yoga New York
141 W. 72nd St, Suite 1 • (646) 922-7482

Slow Flow Restorative
5:15-6:15pm
at Naam Yoga New York
141 W. 72nd St, Suite 1 • (646) 922-7482

(If you have never taken a class with Janet and would like to attend a class as her guest, please send an email to
 janet@daileywellness.com)

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS...

Reflexology is one of the most natural ancient healing methods for bringing the body back into balance.  A one-hour Reflexology session can help you to come back into your body, relax and release tension, feel connected to your essence, and renew your spirit. Your feet are a reflection of what is going on above them. What are your feet telling you?  READ MORE...

Your feet walk upon the earth and through this your spirit is connected to the universe. Our feet are our contact with the earth and the energies that flow through it.
— Jenny Wallace
Read Janet's latest THRIVE GLOBAL blog "Unplugging is the new luxury"

Read Janet's latest THRIVE GLOBAL blog "Unplugging is the new luxury"


Mantra CD by Janet Dailey Butler and Martin Butler. Available on CDBABY and ITUNES

Mantra CD by Janet Dailey Butler and Martin Butler. Available on CDBABY and ITUNES

Think of the magic of that foot, comparatively small, upon which your whole weight rests. It’s a miracle, and the dance…is a celebration of that miracle.
— Martha Washington