Everyone knows the story of Goldilocks and the three bears. The little girl was analyzing the bears’ food, beds and the entirety of their house — stating some things were … Read More
The ball may be dropping in Times Square on New Year’s Eve, but the number of people you will see at your studio in the coming months will be rising. Having … Read More
Warren Buffet was speaking to a college class at Columbia Business School when a student stood up and asked the simple question, “What can I do to better prepare for … Read More
Trends come and go but hopefully the true meanings behind them stay. Kelly Mitchell, the owner of Buddha Barn Yoga & Wellness in North Bellmore, New York, was ahead of … Read More
“It’s a glorious giggle fest because the minute you get in the hammocks you just start laughing,” said Jamie Dickenson, the owner of Yoga Power. “I don’t know what it is. … Read More
Samadhi Center for Yoga works to bring yoga to thousands of yogis in Denver, Colorado.
How did your yoga studio come about? What was your vision or mission? The studio … Read More
In order to stand out, you don’t need to be necessarily ostentatious and flashy. Sometimes, it’s as simple as returning to the basics.
Vittoria Palazzi, a co-owner of OmBase in Portland, … Read More
HeartBEATS was a natural evolution of 405 Yoga’s Vinyasa and Power Flow styles, complemented by a bit of wit from its creator, Annie Shiel.
“The name HeartBEATS came out of … Read More
Yoga can be an intimidating thing to the new client. With the plethora of poses and styles, the beginner yogi can be afraid of ever even trying it.
Christa Smith, … Read More
A large part of StuidoB Yoga Center’s culture in Danville, Pennsylvania, has to do with one distinct population: kids.
Becky Duignan, the owner of the studio, shared through the years … Read More
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