Vinyasa Yoga Explained

Vinyasa Yoga is a subset of hatha yoga that is distinguished by its fluid transitions and movement through a series of carefully planned poses. The literal translation of vinyasa is “to place in a special way.” Each teacher may interpret vinyasa in their own way, but you can count on coordinating your breath with fluid movement. Vinyasa Yoga OverviewContinue Reading

Why Private Yoga Classes

Consider Private Yoga classes Do you have a specific health concern? Do you feel uncomfortable going to a large yoga class? Are you getting over an injury? Would you like personal attention? Or do you need help to ease you back into improved mobility? If you want further clarification on your alignment and technique inContinue Reading

Steve Jobs Studied Yoga

  Apple co-founder Steve Jobs will long be remembered as an innovator whose vision changed the way we interact with the world through technology. But what many people don’t know is that Jobs was guided by an intense interest in spirituality and yoga.   Jobs, whose life is the focus of a new movie, was soContinue Reading

How Yoga Can Be In Everything You Do

Since I started yoga I have felt it creep slowly into other aspects of my life. After a few years I cannot help but notice the spirit of yoga in my words, actions and in the person I dream of becoming. For many of us, however, yoga and exercise occupy a separate section of our lives butContinue Reading

The Top 5 Fat-Burning Yoga Poses

Can you use yoga for weight loss?  Yes! Losing weight isn’t easy for anyone, but with the right attitude, you can make a real difference in how you look and feel. These fat-burning yoga poses will help kick-start your metabolism and build up lean muscle tone. For some extra guidance, sign up for a Yoga forContinue Reading


More than 20 million people are down-dogging across the U.S. these days, pressing heels to mats in an attempt to reap yoga’s much-touted health benefits. Among them: improved strength and flexibility, reduced tension, anxiety, and stress, and maybe even lower blood pressure [1] [2]. Research has also found that yoga can improve respiration, heart rate, and metabolism and help reduceContinue Reading

What’s your Yoga Flow?

There are many different types of Yoga to practice, so it’s important to find out which type of yoga is right for you. Here’s a quick introduction to some of the most common and popular types of yoga: Bikram Yoga – Get ready to practice yoga in 105 degree heat and in 40% humidity —Continue Reading