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Holiday Schedule

Join us on Thanksgiving Day for a Donation Based Class to Benefit RoadRunner Food Bank from 10-11a.m. with Joni Young–suggested minimum donation of $10

December 6th: Grassroots Yoga Holiday Brunch Potluck from 11:30am-1pm

Have you thought about our Teacher’s Training program? In January we will be offering:

  • Teacher Training 200hr: Heart of Practice and A Voice for Teaching
  • Teacher Training 300hr: The Dedicated Teacher

Next Yoga for Beginners series starts November 7th–just 8 spaces left! Contact us at for info.

MEMBERSHIP SALE: 50% OFF your first month of our Dedicated Yogi membership! 

“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!!!”

Behold- The Power Of A Neti Pot!

As we transition into fall, one of the things we may be concerned with is staying strong and healthy so we don’t fall victim to the onslaught of colds and flu that will be soon hitting the streets. With this one tool, you can cut down your likely hood of catching a cold by 90%!!! Okay, okay that is just my personal experience- but
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Why Take A Yoga Teacher Training and Choosing One That Is Right For You

There are plenty of Yoga Teacher Training programs out there, so how do you choose? Why take one? And how does our training stand out from the rest? Well, there are a million reasons to take a teacher training, and here are just a few: Go beyond the weekly class experience and delve into the vast and ancient areas of study that yoga has
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Theater of Memory: the Roasted Chile, the Dancing Gods

I am standing at my kitchen counter, peeling the green chile we’ve just taken from the roaster, feeling the deep yet unsettling familiarity of…something. I stop and listen. We have an album playing, “Show Your Bones” by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs; the last time I listened to it, we were living in Buffalo, NY where my husband studied for his doctorate.  Oh, that’s what
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