Treat yourself to an hour-long flow after work or stop down for a quick midday guided mediation. Our classes range from 5-90 minutes so you can choose a class that fits YOUR schedule.

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Tips to Relieve Neck Tension

Neck tension has plagued all of us at one point or another, and finding relief isn't easy. Watching this quick tip to learn a variety of techniques to relieve even the stiffest neck.

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Updog Vs Cobra

What is the different between cobra and updog? How is the alignment different and which one should I choose in class? Watch this quick tip to find out.

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What is a Vinyasa?

You hear the word Vinyasa in class a lot. But how do you do it properly and what does it mean? Watch this quick tip to find out.

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When I first tried this countdown meditation I found it difficult to keep my mind focused. But after practicing this technique for a week, I noticed a huge difference in my ability to focus in the moment. I was less distracted, more present with my family, more mindful in my choices and more focused in life as well (off the mat). Try it for yourself and see how powerful this countdown meditation can be!

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Protect The Neck In Shoulder Stand

Understanding the natural alignment in your neck is key for preventing detrimental damage to your cervical spine and to your delicate nerves. This simple understanding can save you years of pain or expensive trips to the chiropractor! Also, we discuss using a blanket (or two!) as an option in your shoulder stand to give you some safe support for the neck.

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Join us for this short and sweet meditation that guides you through the chakras and the element associated with each one.  This meditation will bring you into presence and alignment, in just 7 minutes!

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Did you know that you can improve your entire day simply by breathing a different way? Yes you can and it is just that easy. In this 5 minute practice I will show you two very easy breathing techniques that yogis have been using for thousands of years to induce a state of calm and relaxation. Try it for yourself and see how easy it is to lift your mood and give you easier access to patience, kindness and love. Breathing helps calm the mind and a calm mind is an intelligent mind. Enjoy.

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5 Minute Core

This 5 minute practice focuses on strengthening the upper, lower, and side oblique abdominal muscles. Simple and sweet.

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7 Minutes of Core

Blast your abs with 7 minutes of core. Add this to your regular practice or do a quick hit for fun. The stronger your core, the happier your back will be.

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It's always nice to do a little bit of movement before you meditate so you don't get any aches and pains while sitting or lying down.  This short 6-minute practice opens up the shoulders, lower back, and hips, preparing the body to sit comfortably in meditation.  Enjoy!

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Meditating with a toddler isn't about sitting in a perfect meditation position and expecting everything to just go smoothly. That's not realistic. Meditating with a toddler or any child for that matter, is about creating a peaceful environment. Setting up a safe space for your toddler to either join you or not. When you create a consistent habit of meditation and your children observe you, sometimes they will join you and sometimes they won't. They is to not be attached to the results, but to simply sit quietly and observe. Observe the sounds, the space around you, the energy, etc. When you are calm, most of the time, the people around you will pick up on that energy and be calm as well. When your kids see you meditating, they will come to learn that this is a calm, peaceful, experience and they will want to be a part of it. Just have patience and let it be.

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Analoma Viloma, in Sanskrit, meaning Alternate Nostril Breathing, is an Ancient Yoga breathing technique that helps to balance out our breath, the brain, and is useful for reducing stress. This breathing exercise is great for calming and for energizing your mind and body. By choosing which nostril you use to inhale, you can make yourself either more relaxed (left nostril) or more energized (right nostril). Alternate nostril breathing is about bringing these two opposites into balance. By slowly and consciously breathing through each nostril for an equal amount of time, we make sure to stimulate the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems in equal amounts. Analoma Viloma can be done at any time of day, can be practiced for any reason, and is very helpful before and after moments of anxiety.