Special Offerings

Kids are natural yogis!

Your 4- to 8-year-old will love all the activities centered around mindfulness and yoga. Crafts, songs, movement, and fun to keep them busy and active!
January 20th, February 17th and March 24th from 9 to 11:30am

One session for $30 or all three for $75. Sibling discount available! Spots are limited…


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This FREE informational session led by our very own experienced and knowledgable Pilates expert
will demonstrate how a strong core can reduce and prevent back and joint pain.
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Learn how yoga can be your perfect running partner!

Suitable for all levels of runners and yogis – as well as walkers and cyclists.
We'll target all those areas of the body that get overworked when you work out!
January 24th, January 31st and February 7th from 7 to 8:30pm

One session for $30 or all three for $75. 


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200-hour yoga teacher training!
Weekday training begins September 2018
Application deadline: August 31st

Weekend training begins January 11, 2019!
Application deadline: December 15th
Yoga often lights a spark but fails to offer direction past a certain point – we’re left wanting to know more about the path and about ourselves on it.  There are questions about personal practice, the yoga tradition, and how to prepare for meaningful teaching.  There is a hunger in yoga studios for deeper practice; there is a call in the yoga world for inspired teaching. This training is a mentally, physically and emotionally challenging process designed to enable serious students to become inspired teachers.

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January 6th, 2019
January is traditionally a time for reflection of the past year and having a fresh start in the next one. We all declare our resolutions and may or may not follow through depending on our mindset.   Resolution means "a firm decision to do or not do something."  Intention means "a thing intended; an aim or plan." Words are important and I suggest that you substitute using the word "intention" in place of "resolution." The reason? It will set you up for success in whatever you try because there's flexibility in an intention. You can adjust your aim and your plan. Let's say that I approach developing a new habit like meditation with the resolution (firm decision) that I will meditate 30 minutes every day... Read More