Upcoming Events

No Events See More Arizona Yoga Events:

View More

Recent Posts

The Great Wall of Cave Creek

Sep 08, 13 The Great Wall of Cave Creek

Posted by in Blog, Featured Posts

Those who’ve tried the new yoga wall at Yoga Breeze Healing and Wellness Center commonly describe it this way: “Great.” When you float out of class on a cloud of bodily and mental spaciousness, one syllable is about all you can manage. Owner/Instructor Christine Thomas has a little bit more to say about it: “It’s a...

read more

Can Yoga Help Student Athletes Up Their Game? An interview with Coach Kelly Vanek of the Xavier College Prep’s Rowing Team

Sep 06, 13 Can Yoga Help Student Athletes Up Their Game? An interview with Coach Kelly Vanek of the Xavier College Prep’s Rowing Team

Posted by in Blog, Featured Posts

By Diana Dorell  “Whatever you are able to give in a certain pose, on a certain day, that is enough. Each day is different and everyone’s body is different but we have the ability to succeed as a team by giving our best as individuals.” It’s no surprise that yoga has benefits to the mind, body and spirit. But, I was...

read more

A Must Experience for Yoga and Dance – Meet The Movement Shala

Aug 30, 13 A Must Experience for Yoga and Dance – Meet The Movement Shala

Posted by in Blog, Featured Posts

by Frank Harris ~ Part 1 of a 2 Part Interview The Movement Shala is a growing studio in the heart of Tucson.  Multiple styles of yoga, dance, drumming, and tai chi classes are offered, as well as photography sessions by co-founder Jade Beall.  Fed by Threads, a clothing boutique that uses only all-sustainable fabrics and...

read more

Yoga Off the Mat

Aug 29, 13 Yoga Off the Mat

Posted by in Blog

by Becky Thomas Your yoga mat can be a useful tool to help you understand, navigate and make changes in your life.  The thoughts and actions that we experience during asana practice can be very informative and useful.  We can use the yoga mat as a mirror for the way we approach events in our life.  We can take what we learn on...

read more

Climbing the Mountain

Aug 26, 13 Climbing the Mountain

Posted by in Blog, Featured Posts

by Theo ~ Once Upon a Time there was a group of fraternity brothers who decided to climb the tallest mountain in the land. In ages past the indigenous people had considered it a sacred peak, but nobody in recent memory had ever made it to the top. As they were “Type A” go-getters with no patience for slackers, these...

read more

Are you going to give up or laugh?

Aug 19, 13 Are you going to give up or laugh?

Posted by in Featured Posts, Instructor Spotlight

Laughing Budda: A spotlight interview with Dusty Snow By Diana Dorell Have you ever wished you could be someone who didn’t care what others thought? Someone who sees challenges as opportunities for growth and leads by example? Dusty Snow is a woman who embodies all of these things and more. Founder and instructor at Laughing...

read more

What It Means To Be A Yogi

Aug 16, 13 What It Means To Be A Yogi

Posted by in Blog, Featured Posts

by Theo ~ The following reflections have come to me gradually over the past forty-two years. 1971 was the year I took my first Yoga class. It was part of Actors’ Training at the Stratford National Theatre of Canada. Our movement coach (Trish Arnold, http://www.teawithtrish.com/) presented yoga as a physical discipline...

read more

The Drishti

Aug 15, 13 The Drishti

Posted by in Blog, Featured Posts

Set Your Gaze. Focus Your Mind. Discover Your Balance. by Sandra Lassiter ~ As we all know, where the eyes are directed, our attention follows. When our gaze wanders, so do our thoughts, and we become distracted. This is why control and focus are fundamental principles in yoga. When we can calm the mind and become centered within...

read more

An Introduction to the Bandhas

Aug 12, 13 An Introduction to the Bandhas

Posted by in Blog

  by Sandra Lassiter ~ Interior Body Locks Used in Yoga Have you ever heard your instructor encourage you to engage your Bandhas in class? Every wonder what and where they are? Introducing… The Bandhas. There are three Bandhas. Each Bandha is a lock, meaning a muscular contraction used to close off part of the interior body....

read more

Surrendering to Your Heart: A Spotlight interview with Laughing Buddha’s Robin Afinowich

Aug 11, 13 Surrendering to Your Heart: A Spotlight interview with Laughing Buddha’s Robin Afinowich

Posted by in Featured Posts, Instructor Spotlight

By Diana Dorell It doesn’t have to be easy, just possible. Trust yourself and trust the process. Have you ever been in a yoga pose where your body reacted unexpectedly and your heart and soul cracked way open? Have you ever felt so scared to put yourself in a vulnerable position for fear of being judged or seen? We all have....

read more
Page 1 of 4412345...102030...Last »