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Special New Classes!


Thursday, 8/14, 6:30pm Breathe- 90 min
Wednesday, 8/20, 9:30am Fire- 90 min
Thursday 8/21, 5pm Breathe- 60 min

Both the Fire and Breathe Series are similar to the Bikram practice and are rooted in the same Ghosh tradition. You will recognize postures from the Bikram series, as well as try a few new ones. Jessica has been teaching the 60 min Fire Series on Wednesday’s so many of you are familiar with this. Those of you who came to our free classes in March had the opportunity to practice the Breathe Series, so it won’t be brand new to many of you. Your feedback is welcome! We are trying these classes out and if you like them we will add them to our schedule.


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  • I've been out of shape because of a torn IT Band. I tore my IT Band because I wasn't involved in yoga. For me, as a runner (not competitive but long distance for fun) I need the mixture of yoga and heat in order to really address very tight muscles in my body. Therefore, I've chosen to do Bikram once a week to help out with my stretching and get me in the best shape.
    Mr. Thomas, Customer Service Rep
  • I've only been doing Bikram for 7 months, but already I feel better, sleep better and my clothes fit better. I also have been eating a healthier diet. After working so hard for 90 minutes to improve my well-being, I just don't want to put junk food into my body.
    Mrs. Lavish, Stay at home mom
  • Since attending Bikram Yoga classes, I have found more space in my joints and muscles which has freed me from daily aches and pains such as lower back pain, foot pain, and neck pain. When I am consistent with my yoga practice, my mind is calmer and my body is stronger yet more supple. I look forward to practice every time I go, and I naturally crave water, healthy foods, and nutrition filled snacks instead of sweet or salty ‘junk’, or nutritionally void, foods.
    Miss Gail, Graphic Designer