How to make time for yoga?

Being a solopreneur, I end up working with (and for) myself most of the time towards growing my two businesses. While I do have a good amount of class interaction with my clients, it is almost always in the professional space. As a result, I find myself looking for other resources online to help me make the most of my … Read More

World Yoga Day Retreat this Summer 2016

For the second year in a row we head back to Leavenworth for our summer yoga retreat to celebrate World Yoga Day. It will be two days filled with multiple yoga classes to deepen your practice, pranayama, yoga nidra, chanting and more. Nestled on the banks of Icicle River, it’s a weekend filled with multiple yoga classes, pranayama, optional yoga … Read More

Myths about Practicing Yoga

Although yoga has been around for hundreds of years, there are still numerous myths about it, including who can take it, what it’s good for, as well as it having religious affiliations. Below, we offer six of the most common myths about yoga, and explain why they are not at all true. Read on for more! Myth 1: You have … Read More

How to build a home practice?

The ancient art of chanting

A home practice is a great way to go deeper into your yoga practice as well as build your understanding and knowledge of yoga. A home practice can be defined as your own yoga practice outside the class setting without a teacher leading you. You become your own teacher and your body is your lab. If you are starting your … Read More

WHEN SHOULD KIDS START YOGA? THE ANSWER MIGHT SURPRISE YOU

My thoughts on when Kids should start yoga was published on Seattle Yoga News.  Here’s is an unedited version covering more of the physiological effects of yoga. And if you are interested in similar content, subscribe to our newsletter. It is common knowledge that yoga is great for adults. And millions around the world pursue this practice regularly. But is yoga … Read More

How Many Yogas?

arundhati pose 1

Today, yoga is as much a part of the western culture as it has been in India over the centuries, and it’s presence around the globe is a well known fact. Yoga took the western world by storm in the 1960s. I’ve always been curious about why some people take to yoga wholeheartedly, while others shy away from it. Although … Read More

Finding Yoga…

Arundhati

I did not realize until recently that I have always been very passionate about physical fitness. Since I was a little girl I loved to dance and would take part in dance competitions at school but didn’t formally train till my early twenties when I enrolled in a professional Bollywood dance school. Soon I started working as an instructor and … Read More