Yogi's

Wendy

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Words to live by..."Willingness to change your journey allows for greater success."

My favorite things are..."Family, yoga, surfing and studying the human body and spirit."

  

Jessika

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Words to live by..."The only lasting beauty is the beauty of the heart” - Rumi

My favorite things are…"  Yoga! Family, wilderness, adventure and being of service"

Jill

Jill

Words to live by…”You have to go forward to go back" - Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka

My favorite things are..."Anything to do with water, dogs, traveling, yoga and being aware of the miracles happening around us".

Lindsey

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Words to live by..."Be Aware. Be Present. Be Grateful"

My favorite things in life are yoga, meditation, my Aussie puppy, sound bowls, snowboarding, surfing, snorkeling, Full Moons, aromatherapy essential oils, hiking, camping, cooking vegan recipes, making jewelry, and travel.

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About Us

Yoga for Everyone

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Namaste (näməˌstā) means ‘I bow to the divine in you’ in Hindu.Yoga is an ancient art based on a harmonizing system of development for the mind, body, and spirit. Yoga is a total mind-body workout. No matter your age or ability you can burn calories, improve flexibility and build mental, physical and spiritual strength while connecting to your inner self and the positive energy that surrounds you. 

"Ganban'yoku" Hot Stone Sauna

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Ganbanyoku (Gan-Ban-Yoku) means ‘stone bath’, or ‘stone sauna’ in Japanese. This special sauna allows you to relax your mind and body by lying on mineral stone beds heated to 120 degrees. The heated stone, imported from Japan and known as a Super Growth Energy (SGE) stone, omit both far infrared rays as well as negative ions. The overall effect is relaxation while promoting detoxification, improving circulation and weight loss. 

Calm Your Mind

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Meditation (me-də-ˈtā-shən) is the act or an instance of planning or thinking quietly. It is a precise technique for resting the mind and attaining a state of consciousness that is totally different from the normal waking state. It is the means for fathoming all the levels of ourselves and finally experiencing the center of consciousness within. The process of meditation follows a particular order, has definite principles, and produces results.