Anyone can do yoga! If you can breathe, you can do yoga.
Our yoga includes: Beginner, hot, cool, pilates, vinyasa, piyo, kids yoga, restorative, meditation, specialty yoga and more. Many are pre-natal friendly. Childcare is available.Energy healing sessions available through Erika Wolfe. For appointments call the studio at 931-802-2393.
Our classes are set up for all levels. No matter the intensity level of our classes, we invite you to do what your body allows you to do on any given day. We invite you to find your edge, but never push past it. We believe in non-harming (Ahimsa). Listen to your body and always honor what it's telling you.
Yoga can increase flexibility, strength, and awareness. It can help with injury recovery, increase overall health, and helps relieve stress and anxiety.
Yoga is the union of body of mind through breath. By yoking together, mind body connection can create a sense of wholeness and peace.
Massage Therapy available through Heidi Rostampour. For appointments call 931-320-1854. Proud host studio for the WARRIORS AT EASE and WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT YOGA PROGRAMS,Saturdays from 12:30pm-1:30pm
Gift certificates are available for purchase in person at the studio or by phone at 931-802-2393.
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Recent Study Shows How Yoga May Age-Proof the Brain
Another study adds to the body of research showing how yoga is a boon for the aging mind as well as the body. CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY
YJ EDITOR SEP 14, 2017
New Study Shows Yoga Has Healing Powers
Poses like down dog can bring down levels of inflammation in cancer patients. CLICK HERE FOR STORY
By Susan Brink, for National Geographic PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 8, 2014
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MedicalResearch.com Interview with: Dr. Erik Groessl PhDAssociate Adjunct ProfessorFamily Medicine and Public HealthUniversity of California, San Diego
Chronic low back pain (cLBP) is prevalent among military veterans, but cLBP treatment options have limited benefits and side effects. This has resulted in efforts to reduce opioid use and embrace nonpharmacological pain treatments.Yoga has been shown to improve health outcomes and have few side effects in non-veteran community samples. CLICK HERE FOR FULL INTERVIEW
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October 12th, 2017
By Carolanne Wright Contributing writer for Wake Up World
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BY LIZETTE BORRELI ON 9/16/17 AT 9:00 AM - Newsweek
Yoga can help quiet the mind, alleviating the worries and stress that plague our day-to-day lives. But the benefits can also extend to more serious psychological issues. CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY
New Study Finds Yoga Significantly Reduces Depression in Male Veterans
The Yoga Journal by: JENNIFER D'ANGELO FRIEDMAN
A new study presented at the 125th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association found that male veterans who had elevated depression scores before a twice weekly hatha yoga program had a significant reduction in depression symptoms after the eight-week program. CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY