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7 Spiritual Laws of Yoga Master Class
Saturday, February 4th from 1 to 3pm

Lorin Flaum, a Chopra Center Certified Vedic Educator, brings over 20 years of experience to New Orleans. This Master Class is open to everyone. Don't miss this rare opportunity to take your practice to the next level with these ancient and authentic teachings as translated by Dr. Deepak Chopra. Investment: Just $30. Register here.  




Stronger, Leaner, Longer with Candy, Mondays at 5:30pm!
Aerial Yoga: Flexibility with Viviane, Mondays at 7:45pm!
Gentle Yoga with Heidi, Tuesdays at 8:30am!

Aerial Yoga: Power with Viviane, Wednesdays at 4:30pm!
Gumbo Flow with Jordan, Wednesdays at 6pm!

Handstands & Flexibility with Rebecca, Thursdays at 7:15pm!
Candlelight Meditation & Restorative Yoga with Mia, Fridays at 6:15pm!
Stress Relief with Mia, Mondays at 6:30pm and Saturday at 10:15pm!
TRXpress with Mia, Mondays/Wednesdays at 8:30!
TRX Workout with Mia, Tuesdays/Thursdays at 6pm, Saturdays at 9am!

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Our online store has Special Offers for new students to the studio!
Pick three-class introductory packages for yoga ($30) or TRX ($36).
Or three private sessions for $210.
To keep prices reasonable, we do not offer Living Social or Groupon deals. This is it!

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200-hour yoga teacher training!
NEW Weekday training begins September 2016!
Application deadline: August 31st
Weekend training begins January 2017!

Yoga often lights a spark but fails to offer direction past a certain point – we’re left wanting to know more about the path and about ourselves on it.  There are questions about personal practice, the yoga tradition, and how to prepare for meaningful teaching.  There is a hunger in yoga studios for deeper practice; there is a call in the yoga world for inspired teaching. This training is a mentally, physically and emotionally challenging process designed to enable serious students to become inspired teachers.

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January 5th, 2016
It’s a new year and the traditional time to start resolutions, especially those involving exercise and diet. If you have committed to taking care of yourself by eating better and moving more, here are a few pointers to help you on your way:   1. Start with a clear intention statement. We can sabotage ourselves from the very start by giving ourselves pie-in-the-sky (and sometimes unattainable) goals. I intend to cut down on my sugar intake this year. I know that if I eliminate sweets entirely, I will begin to feel deprived. This feeling of being denied only leads to a binge which then results in “I fell off the wagon, so what’s the use of really trying?” (And the spiral of self-hate and loathing, along with self-talk consisting of things that I wouldn’t say to my best friend…)   “I will not eat sugar at all” is an all or nothing statement... Read More