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  • Yoga For Flu Prevention

    By yogaadmin | In Wellness | on November 15, 2016

    As the days are getting colder and shorter, we know that flu season is just around the corner. Most have an arsenal of rituals they preform, to try to prevent themselves from getting sick.  Whether it’s loading up on the vitamin C, using hand sanitizer excessively, or eating the latest exotic berry, we’ve all been […]

  • Yin Yang Yoga Loft: From Beginning to Now

    By yogaadmin | In Studio News | on October 28, 2016

    About 7 years ago around this time Yin Yang Yoga Loft first opened its doors, welcoming students from all walks of life to help them reconnect to their bodies and minds. From the beginning there was always a strong emphasis on gaining knowledge that could be carried off the mat and applied to daily life.  Maintaining […]

  • Exercising Over 60: How much is enough?

    By yogaadmin | In Studio News, Wellness | on October 18, 2016

    When most people get interested in beginning an exercise program, their primary concern is usually what will be the absolute least amount of work they need to put in to get noticeable results. It can be hard to have the motivation to start especially for those that have been sedentary for a long period. Reasons […]

  • Yoga is a great way to improve strength and flexibility. It’s no wonder then that it has become an increasingly popular method of nourishing our bodies. But as yoga becomes more popular so are yoga related injuries becoming more prevalent. With women and men of all ages and abilities practicing there have been many new […]


    By yogaadmin | In Philosophy of Yoga | on June 10, 2016

    “Living Your Yoga” practice: Perfection is an illusion. The definition of Asana, or yoga pose, in Yoga Sutras:” The posture should be steady and comfortable”. What Patanjali possibly mean by “comfortable”? What about sweat? And the exercise mantra of “Of mo pain, no gain”? Often we think that we must practice boot-camp yoga – poses […]

  • Road to Ironman

    By yogaadmin | In Studio News | on August 20, 2015

    As many of you know, this year I took my triathlon passion to a whole new level – Ironman level! I am planning to make an attempt at completing the Ironman distance: 3.8 km swim followed by 180 km bike, ending with a 42.2 km run. The event will take place on August 30th in […]

  • How Yoga practice helps me in my road to IRONMAN.

    By yogaadmin | In Wellness | on June 2, 2015

    You are an active person. You remember you run 5k when you were at the college. You liked cottage bike rides along the lake. You can swim ”fake breast-stroke” for 50m. You are ready to become a triathlete! No kidding! First when you hear what is an Ironman distance you think it is crazy! Who […]

  • from time.com by Markham Heid  Devoted hot yogis swear by the activity’s many benefits. Others roll their eyes and wonder: Is it even safe to work out at 104 degrees? Here’s what the experts say Start poking around for hard science on Bikram or “hot” yoga, and you’ll find something curious: There’s not much of it. “Considering […]


    By yogaadmin | In Wellness | on October 27, 2014

    A person can “. . .fight heavy genetic issues with yoga and keep spinal surgery at bay,” says Vijay Vad MD, a sports medicine specialist at the Hospital for Special Surgery and faculty at Weill Cornell Medical College.  He’s also the author of Back RX: A 15-Minute-a-Day Yoga- and Pilates-Based Program to End Low Back […]

  • “Nobody’s saying we’re all going to do yoga and look 20 forever. But yogis are renowned for their inner and outer vitality, ability to move, breathe, stay strong and active. If that’s not the fountain of youth, I don’t know what is!” Sadie Nardini Ageing is a reality of the passing in time. What we […]