The Practice

& The Benefits

The practice of yoga is unique with many layers. No matter how you approach it, yoga has something to offer everyone, and can reach far beyond the yoga mat. It's yours to discover and unravel.

A Good Yoke

In Sanskrit, yoga means, “to yoke,” to unite, join, and connect. Balanced and complete, a regular yoga practice can positively impact a person’s health: physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Physically we gain strength and flexibility, find ease and freedom of movement, and improve posture, balance, and stability.

Mentally, we calm our active minds, reduce stress and anxiety, and enhance our focus and the clarity of our thoughts.

Spiritually we may experience new vitality and peace within, and enrich the relationships we have with our environment and with others.

The Stretch

Why Practice?

  • For Flexibility? Strength? Posture? Mobility?
  • To Relax? Relieve Stress? Prevent Illness or Injury?
  • For Healing? Pain Management? Meditation? Peace of Mind?
  • To Ease the Course of Aging?

Do your practice and all is coming.

Sri K. Pattabhi Jois

There are many reasons for why one may practice yoga, all is fair game, and will likely evolve and change as you progress with your practice. But no matter why or how you practice, we simply encourage you to be open to the possibilities and to approach your practice with integrity, positivity, and in a way that is most comfortable for you.

Contact us now for more information on our yoga classes,
or to arrange a time to come down and try a class for free!