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At YogaFever, we value the relationships we have built with our customers, community and our team members over the years. And we know that you rely on us to protect your health and safety while you are in our facility. At this critical moment, your health is our highest priority. The fight against the virus of […]
You’ve heard the news: starting in January 2020, Yoga Fever will be offering THREE studios complete with hot yoga, barre, yoga (not heated), High-Intensity Interval Training, Sculpt, Meditation, and indoor cycling. I’m BEYOND stoked to integrate each of these courses under one roof, offering the variety you need to train and strengthen your mind, body, […]
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Should you practice yoga in the morning or evening? Great question! As usual, the answer is more complex than you’d think and really comes down to your personal preference. From an Ayurvedic standpoint, it is recommended you wake up in between 4 and 6AM when the world is still asleep, and practice meditation and asana. […]
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Have you ever thought to yourself mid-class: “Nobody could possibly sweat more than me right now”? Or, on the flip side, have you ever left your hot yoga class without a drop on your body wondering why everyone else is so much sweatier? We’ve ALL been there. Everyone’s body works differently, so you’re not wrong […]
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Do you suffer from a tight, rigid body? Do you ever feel like you’ve been breathing shallowly all day? Can you not recall the last time you truly relaxed on a regular, routine day? If any of these sound familiar, your body and mind are trying to tell you to step onto your yoga mat. […]
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Yoga Nidra, commonly known as yogic sleep, is an immensely powerful meditation technique that is easy to develop and maintain. While you rest comfortably in savasana, your instructor will vocally and systematically guide you through the practice. You’ll start at one end of your body and work all the way to the other. Yoga Nidra […]
Ashtanga yoga is a traditional series of postures performed in the same order every time. It’s incredibly structured and, after just one class, you’ll know exactly what to expect. The predictability allows some studios to offer classes where students move through the Ashtanga series without guidance. The majority of poses you work through in a […]
Sitting in complete stillness and silence can be one of the hardest things to do. It might sound strange, but it’s actually much easier to run a couple of miles than it is to sit still for minutes at a time – without twitching, readjusting, or letting your mind run rampant. But that’s exactly what […]
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