Avita Yoga® is the only yoga that takes a consistent multi-level approach that works for people of all ages and abilities. It works because it relies on time-tested principles that span three different levels of Avita® practice: Green, Orange, and Red. Three to four classes are recommended per week. A bolster and a strap […]
Cultivating community… Meet Helen Petty What was your first experience with yoga? Growing up, yoga was something that I was aware of as a ‘mom thing’ — as most of my female adult relatives practiced yoga. As a 15 year old, I reluctantly accompanied a friend to a class after school. Little did I know […]
Cultivating community… Meet Alison Litchfield What was your first experience with yoga? My very first experience with yoga was when I was finishing college in Missoula, Montana. Just months after my mother had passed away, a good friend suggested I try yoga with her. It was at the local gym. I could barely touch my […]
Cultivating community… Meet Mykel Salerno What was your first experience with yoga? Ha! High school Mykel, in her parents basement with a VHS yoga tape. I had no idea what I was doing, and it was hard! In what unexpected way has yoga affected your life or brought about change? Yoga has turned my life […]
Cultivating community… Meet Miranda Viorst What was your first experience with yoga? My first experience with yoga was in utero — no, seriously — ask my mother. My mother Hyla Viorst tells the story of being in a Vinyasa yoga class when she felt her baby (little Miranda) kick for the very first time. In […]
Everyone is loving their prizes just for walking through the door! Today is the last day for FREE classes. We are having fun with music, savory pies, samples from Up Dog Cafe and great yoga. Come join us!
Often times on my way to work, to teach yoga, I see elderly people walking and using a cane or walking sticks to help them move along. It is a fine form of exercise and a good reason to be outside enjoying the day. But beneath the activity, is a voice that says, “I […]