The Spiritual Warrior

Is it an accident that many Eastern Spiritual Traditions, like the Shao Lin Monks, are also Warrior Traditions? We don’t think so. If you are going to live your authentic core, you must have the discipline to forge your path against the current of mass society. This takes Warrior Spirit. So, bring your Warrior Spirit as we cultivate the power of integrity on the mat. Expect to work, sweat, and leave with new tools for making your poses stronger than they ever were before.

Interested in Yoga Teacher Training? Alex will hold a free 21st Century Yoga on the mat Q&A following the workshop!

Instructor: Alex Pfeiffer
Fee: class pass, unlimited or Zoom membership, or $25 drop in
Location: Wishing Tree Studio

Slow Flow with Alyssa

Join Alyssa Thursday at 8:30am in studio or online.

Slow Flow offers yoga sequences at a slower pace giving you the opportunity to explore deeper into the poses. Integrative offerings of Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa, and therapeutic methods will be explored in this class. Emphasis is placed on sensing the pose, transition, and moments of pause from the inside out. This practice asks you to invoke the stillness and evenness of mind while landing more centered points in your body. 

New to Yoga?

Beginning a yoga practice can be intimidating. Here are a few tips to help you get started:

Which class? We offer many different classes and each of our instructors brings their own unique style. We’d love to help you find classes and instructors to fit your interests and needsand schedule. Just ask!

No mat? No problem! We have mats and all the props you need for a great experience.

Shoes? Nope. Please leave your shoes and worries at the door. Yoga is traditionally practiced barefoot.

Cell phone? This is your time to step away from your phone. Turn it off and leave it with your things. And please enter and leave the studio quietly when class is in progress.

Recovering from injury? Concerns about specific movements? Pregnant? Please let your instructor know. Honor your body. Work within your comfort range and feel free to ask for modifications and guidance. That’s what we’re here for! And remember to check with your physician regarding any medical concerns.