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Chair Yoga Schedule Change

Chair Yoga Schedule is Changing Starting November 30th   Starting on Monday November 30, 2020, our chair yoga classes will be moving! They will now be offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 11:00am CST. That’s right – you now have an extra chance to practice, should you wish to join us. Practice once, twice, or three times a week – whatever works for your schedule, you’re sure to benefit from regular practice. Classes combine traditional yoga poses with gentle stretches and there are even elements of Qi Gong flow. Everything comes together to bring you thirty minutes of refreshing, Read More

Moving from Fall into Winter

Yoga for a healthy fall season Autumn is here! Fall is a transition from summer to winter, but a season all unto itself, and there is much opportunity to relax and decompress from the heat of summer, while preparing for the cold and dryness of winter. So what can you do to contribute to a healthy fall season? Here are some ideas. Drink Water Keeping the body hydrated is important all year round! But especially moving through fall and into winter. The air is drier, and we need to keep our bodies properly balanced with plenty of water. Water is Read More

Online Yoga Class Packages Now Available!

New Product! Discounted Class Packages As a thank you to those who practice online yoga with me regularly, you can now purchase a group of classes at a discount! Now when you go to sign up for classes, simply scroll down and check out the deals under “Class Packages.” You can buy 300 minutes of classes, that you can use for chair yoga, yin yoga, and gentle mat classes! The minutes can’t be used for private group classes or lessons, but any “public” classes are fair game! So get your deal and log on and let’s do some yoga together!

What is your why?

Why do we practice yoga? There are as many answers to this question as there are stars in the sky! Yoga is thousands of years old. The physical practice of yoga (asana), is one of the eight limbs of yoga. Since its origin, what we think of as yoga has undergone many changes, iterations, and branched off into many different styles. And in recent years, it’s become more separated from its roots and is a popular form of exercise. These days, the issue of cultural appropriation is a hot topic, with many sides to the debate over what it means, Read More