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Mar 22nd

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Health & Wellness Open House

Mar 21st

Join Us April 3rd - April 7th, 2017!

Monday April 3rd
- Murmuration: Custom Yoga Apparel  3-8pm
- Individual Yoga Sessions: Q&A With Teachers  4-7pm
- Yoga Prop Sale: 15% Discount For Members

Tuesday April 4th
- Meet A Trainer: Q&A, Demos, Etc...

 Wednesday April 5th
- Brow & Lip Bar: Elevations Salon & Spa
- Movin' Shoes: Shoe Fittings 

The Buzz On Teacher Training!

Feb 15th

Our Prairie Yoga 200 Hour Teacher Training with Ellen McKenzie begins April 2016! This training gives you the tools you need to teach a variety of different styles, modify the practice, cue clearly and effectively, and transform from the inside out. 

Here's what we're hearing about the cirriculm and lead teacher, Ellen McKenzie:

Why This Yogi Starting Lifting Weights

Sep 29th

I'll be honest, I was incredibly resistant to lifting weights. I'm a yogi. And if you ask most yogis, yoga is the miracle modality; there's no need to supplement the practice. 

When I began practicing yoga I felt muscularly stiff, which I was; however, I also had (and still have) a lot of mobility in my joints. With years of practice much of my stiffness resolved, and I now have a pretty significant range of motion. Too much motion; I'm what's reffered to as hypermobile. 

Make Your Workouts Smarter, Not Harder

Jul 6th

           There are many factors to consider when developing a quality exercise program: personal preferences, current fitness level, health status and personal goals among others. As a trainer, I assess a quality exercise program not by how many reps, how much weight or how “hard” the program is perceived to be; rather, I question if the program meets a person’s fitness level and if it aligns with their personal goals.

Loving the Girl in the Mirror

Jun 15th

I have been fascinated with the idea of ‘thin’ for most of my life. At a very young age I convinced myself that my life would never feel complete unless I was thin, so as I aged I learned to rely on my imagination to escape the pain of weight gain. Surely a skinny life had to be better than the crippling depression, breakdowns bra shopping and the compulsive need to hide behind my humor, which only masked my self-hatred. 

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