Saturday March 28th: How to Fuel your Body for Hot Yoga!

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Wellness and Nutrition Workshop with Rachel

Do you ever feel stressed out about eating before/after yoga? What to eat? When to eat? How much water should you drink? On March 28th, you’ll have the chance to meet with our very own yoga teacher and in-house nutrition coach, Rachel Kaplan where she’ll be walking you through a 60 mins workshop on proper nutrition for maximum results on and off the mat.  Read More

March 28th: Vinyasa Yoga with Live Music ($25)

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Uplift your spirit through movement and sound.

Join Ruth Morrow for a 90 minute vinyasa class with live acoustic & electronic mantra music by Amah G.  All styles & experience levels are welcome to come get your flow on! Get deeply connected to your internal rhythm as you move to live music. Be ready to learn the stories behind peak poses (what does Garudasana/eagle pose really mean?) and to sing along (only if you want to) with heartfelt Sanskrit mantras.

This class will be musically driven by live beats perfectly timed to keep your breathing steady to easily synch with your flow. Be prepared to achieve a balanced level of strength & bliss unlike anything you have experienced before.

Class is Saturday March 28th, 6:30-8pm at Hot Yoga Asheville. ($25 per person)


Yin Yoga & Sound Bath in Asheville

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Yin Yoga & Sound Bath
with Mikaya Swabb and Stacy Fiano

Saturday, May 18
6:30-8:30 pm
$30 per person; $50 per couple

Join us for an enchanting evening. You will be guided through yin yoga practice led by Stacy, accompanied by the talented Mikaya playing the gong and singing bowls.

Yin Yoga uses long holds and stretches done on the floor to lengthen the deep connective tissues between the muscles and the fascia throughout the body. It helps to increase circulation in the joints and improve joint flexibility. The simplicity of a yin practice allows us to return to our bodies in a calming way that allows us to gaze inward.

The use of ancient sound healing instruments like the gong and Tibetan singing bowls allows the body and mind to relax more deeply. The gong played in a series of crescendos is effective in breaking through energy blockages and stress in the parasympathetic nervous system. The soft sound of the singing bowls allow the mind to travel more deeply into stillness. The complementary effects of these two sound frequencies allows the natural flow of our energy to move more freely.