Our motto is “yoga for everyone,” but it’s not really everyone. Rather it’s yoga for anyone and everyone who desires to practice yoga.
Desire is the only — and the most important — requirement. But since our approach may be different than other yoga studios or classes you’ve participated in, here are the types of folks we believe would gain from our way of teaching:
- You’ve heard about the benefits of yoga and have wanted to test it out, but you have no idea where to start. The idea of going to a yoga studio feels a bit intimidating.
- You’ve bought some yoga dvds and tried to start a home practice but lost the momentum.
- You would love to go to a yoga studio but have limited finances.
- You struggle with addiction and would feel out of place in a yoga studio, because “those” folks are healthy.
- You’ve been practicing yoga for years and are looking for a community of like minded yogis to continue your journey.
- You’ve been practicing yoga for a while but are turned off by the glitzy yoga pants and high priced yoga conferences.
- You want to make changes in your life but feel unable to make those changes alone. You feel yoga would help but also know that yoga alone, without a supportive community, is not enough.
- Yoga has changed your life, and you would like to be part of a community that allows you to support others in their journey.
- You don’t want osteoporosis like your grandmother and realize yoga goes a long way in preventing, even correcting, osteoporosis.
- You want to learn to breathe and turn down the inner “noise” — you’re looking for some inner peace.
…. this list could go on and on!
Bottom line: if you want to be part of a supportive yoga community — no matter who you are and where you are in life — COME.
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