Discover the connection between yoga, indoor cycling, fitness, and you. Working on your body has a ripple effect that can transform your life. Settle in and get comfortable — your hub for positive change is right here.
Teenagers are barraged with many powerful life stressors, including grades and the pursuit of a college education, puberty, family issues, relationships, lack of sleep, jobs, and extra-curricular activities. It’s no surprise that the American Psychological Association (APA) named teens one of the most stressed-out age groups in the United States. When we experience a perceived […]
Ayurveda: The Sister Science to Yoga Ayurveda is India’s ancient system of health and healing. It differs from modern medicine in that every individual is considered unique – and there is no common diet or lifestyle routine that will work for everyone. Ayurveda is based on the principles of three doshas: Pitta, Vata, and Kapha. […]
A lot of new yogis tend to shy away from using blocks, thinking the props will quickly betray them as a beginner, incapable of mastering all of the poses. They feel the whole point of yoga is to become flexible enough to do every pose without using a prop. Don’t be ashamed if you’ve ever […]
I commonly hear runners praising the addition of yoga to their practice. However, many yogis often shudder when thinking about running. Maybe this is because we often hear about the dangers of running: it will ruin your joints and compromise your yoga practice. But I always wonder, why can’t yogis embrace running, as well? I’m […]
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The trees are green, the temps are rising, and… there are a lot more kids running around during the day. All signs point to the arrival of summer! For those of you who have mom or dad, aunt or uncle, or nanny attached to your job title, you’re probably already preparing the long list of […]
Doesn’t it always seem that just as you’re getting really comfortable and strong in your yoga practice, an injury comes along that knocks you off your feet and requires you to slow down? Whether it’s a strained muscle or a broken bone, the lesson is simple: time to rest and heal. Thankfully, yoga is a […]
AUM or Om ( Sanskrit : ॐ) is a sacred sound or vibration from which all the manifest universe emanates. Whether you’re new or a seasoned yogi, chances are you’ve heard at least a few Sanskrit words. Sanskrit is the ancient language the first yogis spoke and the language in which many historic yoga texts […]
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What is Yin Yoga? Yin yoga is based on the Taoist concept of yin and yang: the opposite and complementary principles in nature. While most of our yoga classes focus on yang – the changing and moving aspect – yin yoga focuses on the stable, unmoving aspect. In a yin class, you’ll experience passive floor […]