Roxanne

I first started practicing Bikram Yoga in 2009 after suffering a debilitating knee injury running a marathon. Even after months of physical therapy, I was unable to walk without excruciating pain and I became very depressed. A friend of mine (who had been suggesting Bikram Yoga to me for a few months) took me to my first class and I was immediately hooked. After my first class, I felt so much relief emotionally and mentally. My friends and family members noticed an immediate change in my attitude and my relationships with people. Physically, I knew that I was onto something and I began practicing Bikram Yoga on a daily basis. Two months later I found myself running again; stronger and more efficiently than I ever had before! I had such a transformative experience on so many levels practicing this Yoga that I could not wait to share it with others. I know what it feels like to be in physical and emotional pain and helping others work through similar experiences is the greatest gift. This yoga has allowed me to accomplish goals in my life that I never imagined possible. It has also helped me to become a kinder and more compassionate person.  I love teaching this Yoga and sharing it with the Binghamton community as well as with people all over the world.

Roxanne has been practicing and teaching Bikram Yoga since 2009. She was the 2015 USA Yoga Bronze Medal Champion and has competed at the National Level for the last six years (placing in the top ten in 2014, 2015, and 2017). Roxanne was also one of four women selected to represent the United States at the World Yoga Championship in 2016. In addition to teaching classes and leading workshops around the country, Roxanne is the Principal Teacher here at Bikram Yoga Binghamton. She loves interacting and teaching students of all levels, especially beginners!

RoxanneJanecki

The greatest challenge yields the greatest possibility for change.

BIKRAM CHOUDHURY

The longer you practice yoga, the better you get. If you continue to practice yoga for the rest of your life, then the condition you are in today is the worst you will ever look, feel, be, move.

MARY JARVIS

Never too old, never too bad, never too sick, never to late to do yoga and start from scratch once again.

BIKRAM CHOUDHURY

There is no pain in the present moment, no regret of the past, no fear of the future.

MARY JARVIS