We are excited to be offering this full day - Immerse Yourself In The Practice of Yoga at the studio on July Thursday, 15th from 9am - 4:30pm.

Have you ever wanted to know more about the practice of yoga? Do you have questions? Are you curious about what a day of YTT (Yoga Teacher Training) looks like? For many the goal is not to teach and that is okay!

Here is what our day will look like. We have space for 10 people based on our current COVID restrictions.

9am 10:30am - 90 min sweat session. (showers will be open after class to freshen up for the rest of the day)

11am-12:30pm - Embraching yogic philosophies. They are the most concrete places to start, as they relate directly to how you behave outwardly in the world and inwardly toward yourself.

12:30 - 1pm short break for lunch.

1pm - 2pm - Re- CONNECT!

2pm -3pm - Open time for questions and more - go with the flow!

3pm - 4:30pm - Closing practice and centering meditation.

You will leave this day feeling rested, rejuvenated and awakened!

open body - open mind - open heart

There are only 4 spaces left.... sign up here!

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What Client's Say

Alexandra Ready

Thank you for the wonderful, enlightening workshop on Sunday. The most helpful part of the workshop was the information given on the new routine. I have implemented all aspects (rising with the sun, movement ,tongue scrapping, warm lemon water, largest meal mid day, oil massage, bed by 10pm) into my daily routine since Sunday, and I am already noticing a difference in how well I sleep, feeling more energetic and positive. Positivity is a daily struggle for me, and when I find things that help me move towards my goal of being a more positive happy person, I am over the moon, and I thank you for bringing this into my life! Especially as a mommy to be.

Again, thank you both for such an informative enlightening workshop. I hope you might hold something similar before baby arrives!