Community Based Yoga Classes in the Bad Axe Area
What's New this Week
July 1, 2016
We hope you are enjoying a wonderful summer, and we encourage you to join us this weekend as we celebrate Independence Day by unplugging from our work and plugging into our families. You might see us enjoying ourselves at the local festivities, but you won't be hearing from us via Pure Yoga for the next week. We're going off-line.
That doesn't mean that we want you to quit practicing yoga. Summer bbq and ice cream cones tend to derail our healthy goals occasionally, and there's no better way to start your day out well than with a few minutes of yoga. We've posted sun salutations below, but you know your favorite poses... go ahead and do them! Add some music. Have some fun, but please take care to warm up first and keep those wrists under the shoulders, knees under the hips, etc.
If you're struggling to slow down and find some peace and quiet this summer, read Stephanie's new blog post Relax... It's Summer, where she reflects on the craziness that was June and prepares herself to settle down for awhile.
As always, please check MINDBODY for the most current schedule and class cancellations. Lisa is curretnly teaching in Caseville and Pt. Austin as well as Bad Axe. You can sign up for any of these classes by visiting our website and MINDBODY. Special events will also be hosted throughout the summer, please look for those on the events page of the website.
We would love to hear about your yoga experience or address any questions you have. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always, we are blessed to be a part of your yoga practice.
Lisa and Stephanie
Pose of The Week
Focus: Sun salutations energize your body and work all of your major muscle groups. To add a mental aspect, do 5 - 10 in the morning facing east. Focus on one breath with each movement.
Benefits: Tones and strengthens our bodies, improves blood circulation, aides in developing the lungs, improves mental clarity and overall health and well being to name a few.