We all know exercise is so important for our body, the World Health Organization recommends 10,000 steps a day to avoid being sedentary. Exercise is important for the health of your brain, your circulatory system, the release of feel good hormones. The problem is most people don’t make it their priority. We know the benefits of consistant excersies are never ending, but have you ever thought what happens to your body when you stop exercising?Read More
Doing yoga with weights
can help you become lean and strong
A regular yoga practice increases your flexibility, mental focus, stress relief, lung capacity, longevity, endurance, and strength. It also assists in injury prevention by increasing the body’s ability to operate in its full range of motion.Read More
Is dietary fat a friend or foe? Currently, dietary fat is experiencing a comeback in popularity. From weight loss to improved mental clarity, many health professionals are touting the purported benefits of a high-fat diet. Which raises the question: Should you buy into the hype and hop on the high-fat bandwagon or is moderation the way to go?Read More
We apologize for the last minute notification but we will not be having class tonight. Class will be next tuesday at 7 as normal. Thank you
While people often think of spring as the beginning of "allergy season," there are actually three separate times of year when seasonal allergies tend to occur: spring (tree pollen), summer (grass pollen), and early fall (ragweed pollen). Allergy shots (immunotherapy), nasal steroid sprays, and over-the-counter antihistamines may work for many, but a more holistic approach can help too. As a lifestyle measure, your yoga practice can help reduce allergy symptoms by tempering your immune system's response to the perceived offender—pollen.Read More
Yoga can help those who are already ill feel better. A new study suggests that doing yoga twice a week may improve quality of life for men being treated for prostate cancer and may help reduce the side effects of radiation, which include fatigue, sexual dysfunction and urinary incontinence.Read More
I’m one of those people who signs up for a gym, goes for a week and never returns.
I hoped spending all my money on those monthly payments would motivate me to actually go, but I never did.
And after shelling out hundreds of dollars on personal trainers and pilates coaches and still staying above my ideal weight, I decided try something else.
So, I turned to yoga. In the first four months of taking a 1.5-hour vinyasa class every morning, I lost 35 pounds.Read More
No boots needed here! Class is ON, 7PM tonight!Read More
Today is the big day! We are super excited for our first class! If you are interested in joining us and have not pre-registered, here is some information you need:Read More
Tired of hair breakage around your face? Spice up your look whenever you need to pull your hair back! This sweat-proof, exercise ready style will take you from street to studio in no time.Read More