Finding balance for the holiday season…

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‘Vin & Vinyasa: A Yoga Retreat in the South of France’. Join me next year, June 8-15th, 2019 for some yoga, massages, delicious food, and most importantly wine! Early registration discount of $200 per person if deposit paid by Christmas Day, 2018!! Contact me for more info.

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Check out some views of the pool at Domaine De Mournac...

I could float in the pool for hours, just letting the water carry me.

-Jill Scott

Join me in today’s Yoga for Athletes at 5pm @ Studio in the Heights, then off to tonight’s Vinyasa Level 1 class @ 7:30pm - 8:30pm at MBSY.

Reminder, Stretch’n Flow yoga class is on Mondays & Tuesdays @ 6:30pm – 7:30 pm, Keystone Dance Studio @ 252 W. 30th St., #4B.

Early morning yoga classes @ MBSY on Tuesdays & Thursdays.

Yoga Express @ 6:15am-7am on Wednesdays at Studio in the Heights. See schedule below.

Hi Everyone,

Can you believe that Christmas is just around the corner? As lovely as the holidays are, sometimes it can leave some to feel a bit frazzled with all the shopping & preparation beforehand, leaving us to feel a bit off balanced. So before we rush off to our holiday destination, we will end “Yoga Tribute to Ourselves” with a yoga pose that not only improves digestion, but that can bring a sense of grounding & balance while keeping in line with the holidays. What pose would that be? Yep, Vrksasana or Tree Pose. Tree Pose is a wonderful pose to feel grounded and rooted to the earth while the balancing aspect helps the mind to focus. This pose also continues to help strengthen the legs, thighs, calves, & spine, while opening the hips by stretching the groin & inner thighs, not to mention the chest & shoulders. Because we are balancing on one leg, we can allow ourselves to surrender in the moment that can help quiet the mind and stay focused while strengthening the ankle & knees. This pose also helps to relieve sciatic, reduces flat feet & prevents hernias by strengthening the internal oblique muscles. Finally this pose improves circulation, respiration and kidney functioning while stimulating the nervous system, digestion and helps relieve constipation. So be prepared as we not only continue to prepare our bodies for the holiday feasts ahead but also stay grounded and focus as we bring balance to the week!

This week’s class schedule: