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It seems that my social media is telling me, that not everyone hates their job. In fact, some people actually love it. Daniel McCall, is one of those people.
With over 500 monthly members at just their central location alone, it's no wonder they were looking to expand. It's not just about physical space, but also for community growth.
Today we welcome Jason Kierce, my personal nick name for him is "The Happy Yoga Teacher".
How many of us have taken the time to slowly feel our way through the Chaturanga posture?
Whether you are new to Yoga or have been practicing for years, at some point in time you have probably heard these dreaded words, "You should never eat before yoga." Um, come again?
From the gorgeous fresh design, to the dynamic mixture of classes, Vibe5 is guaranteed to make its name as one of Charlotte’s premier yoga studios.
If you love yoga as much as us then you probably have a few yoga apps on your phone. So, with the variety of apps out there, we went on a mission to find the best.
Summer in the Carolinas can be sweltering! With high heat and sticky humidity, many of our Summer Yoga On Tap classes become impromptu ‘hot yoga’ classes.
Many who practice yoga concentrate on specific mantras during and outside of their practice. Next time you’re practicing find your mantra!
There’s literally a yoga practice for everyone. To make it simple and to help you along, let’s quickly explore the different types of yoga.
I say it all of the time, “I don’t teach Yoga To Athletes! I teach Yoga FOR Athletes."
What an amazing and happy class, lead by Wendi Williams, in support of raising awareness for Alzheimer's Association!
Restorative yoga is a great way to intentionally take time to yourself, to clear and refocus your mind. Think of it as taking a step back from the chaos in your life to literally restore your mind and body.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a single person whose life hasn’t been impacted in some way by cancer. So, we want to explore the benefits of yoga for those suffering from this awful disease.
If you’ve practiced yoga more than a few times, you’ve undoubtedly heard the word Chakra. And, you probably wondered “what is that”?
Well here’s a quick overview!