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Dear All, the classes of our winter session resume on Monday, Feb. 10, in both locations. Looking forward to welcome you! Namaste, RoxAnn

Yoga therapy involves a variety of practices that can help ease a natural process or improve a health condition. While regular yoga, depending on the type, can be fast-paced and physically demanding, yoga therapy serves as a safe, gentler alternative. It is led by yoga teachers, who are specially trained to work with patients suffering from various health conditions. Yoga therapy takes a more holistic approach to healing, focusing on patients as… Read More

“Like the triangle pose, the extended side angle pose provides gentle stretching while also strengthening the bones.” The pose can be practiced either with the lower forearm on the knee or with the hand on the floor. Just wanted to share with you an interesting article in the Huffington Post, which might motivate you even more to join my workshop “Balance and Bones” either on Oct 25 or Oct 26 at the… Read More

“The art of living… is neither careless drifting on the one hand nor fearful clinging to the past on the other. It consists in being sensitive to each moment, in regarding it as utterly new and unique, in having the mind open and wholly receptive.”  -Alan Watts

Through sustained focus and meditation on our patterns, habits, and conditioning, we gain knowledge and understanding of our past and how we can change the patterns that aren’t serving us to live more freely and fully.” ~ Yoga Sutra III.18

Living Yoga naturally also includes paying attention to what you eat and drink. As the ancient Indian scriptures mention already: We are what we eat. So as your portfolio and sequence of asanas will become more and more personalized to your individual needs and requests, you also might want to explore what kind of food is right for you. Fact is that the favorable food choice for one, might be harmful for… Read More

76th Verse A man is born gentle and weak; at his death he is hard and stiff. All things, including the grass and trees, are soft and pliable in life; dry and brittle in death.   Stiffness is thus a companion of death; flexibility a companion of life. An army that cannot yield will be defeated. A tree that cannot bend will crack in the wind.   The hard and stiff will… Read More