Come visit us at our new home, 4310 Lomas Blvd. NE!
New to Yoga? Check out our Yoga for Beginners series; this four-week series begins the first Saturday of each month, from 8-9 a.m.
Our 200 Hour Teacher Training Program begins in January 2015! Enhance your practice and share your knowledge with others. Sign up by December for early bird pricing!
Find your breathe, find yourself. Join us for our exciting new Pranayama series starting Monday nights in October from 6-7:15pm with Stephanie Spong!
Come explore the healing benefits of a slow and deep Yin Yoga practice. Stephanie Kroack will help you explore the depth of your practice Monday nights in October from 7:30-8:45pm.
Learn how to make a living doing what you love. Our Business Coaching program begins in January 2015, what are you capable of?
“This is a great studio for yogis and yoginis of all skill levels. It is a welcoming, judgment free environment that is enhanced by the instructors’ interest in every student that walks in the door. Furthermore they provide many opportunities to engage in the local yoga community with weekly events in and outside the studio.
Love it, recommend it, check it out!!!”
Love Your Neighbor
What’s that old saying about your neighbors? Love your neighbor or something? Well, today this bit hit home for me as I lay in fetal position- no, not crying on my kitchen floor as I can remember doing a few years back- but on my yoga mat after a splendidly taught class by Damon Scott. As I felt my body melding with the earth,
Redefine Your Practice
Ok- so here it is- a real life, un-veiled peak into my personal practice…ever evolving for sure. Today seemed like a particularly perfect time to write about how we define our personal practice. (She writes on her laptop while in Pidgeon pose). There is the practice that can happen in that perfectly and simplistically decorated and dedicated space- where there are no interruptions, and
Summer (Yoga) Poetry Project: Fire/Space
This week’s episode of the Summer (Yoga) Poetry Project is inspired by the kind practice you do when you don’t know what else in the world to do with yourself. This is usually a good time to sit down. Much love and thanks for reading, Erin 2. Fire/Space when you finally do concede the seat of your rage you might discover an astonishing tenderness