- Training Thursday: Debbie, Trudy, and Carmen complete anatomy workshop with Leslie Kaminoff!
- Cassandra completes massage therapy training, offers 4yoga discount to new clients!
- Training Thursday: Deb L. and Shigeko complete advanced assisting training at Sanctuary!
- August (2019) pose of the month and class schedule
- Welcome new teachers for August!
- beginner series
- benefits of yoga
- book club
- guest teachers
- health fair
- laughing yoga
- new class
- new teachers
- places for yoga
- pose of the month
- purpose of yoga
- styles of yoga
- teacher training
- Training Thursdays
- yamas and niyamas
Category Archives: purpose of yoga
Looking for ways to take your yoga “off the mat”? Then join us for our quarterly book club! We welcome everyone—regardless of how much or how little of the book you have been able to read—and we discuss over tea … Continue reading
Mark your calendars: our next book club meeting is Sun., Oct. 7, 1:30 p.m.! Continue reading
Come practice with us in August: we offer 64 classes and look forward to seeing both returning and new students! Continue reading
Thanks for checking out this occasional series on our blog, Training Thursdays! In this installment, we report on Cassandra’s Rasayana workshop with Mas Vidal at Liberation Nashville. Cassandra shares these thoughts about the November 12 event: Mas came to Nashville … Continue reading
Thanks for checking out this new and occasional series on our blog, Training Thursdays! One of the many amazing things about yoga is that we all continue to learn more about it every day, and this series highlights some of … Continue reading
How are your New Year’s resolutions coming along? Are they beginning to fade away? The deep groove of habits is not easy to change. If you find yourself slipping into the old habit patterns you thought you wanted to change, … Continue reading
This December, give yourself permission to open the most beautifully wrapped, the most dazzling, the most illuminated gift of all. You can find it in a moment of stillness and silence by hearing its sound: Anahata, Anahata, Anahata, Anahata. It … Continue reading