Yoga and Beer? Yes please! Do you like combining a few of your favorite things? Do you feel sad that your favorite yoga pants have been wasting away, unseen in a drawer somewhere while our Michigan gyms have been closed all these months? Well then I have great news for my local yogi friends!.. After months of losing all our flexibility and our social skills, we finally have something fun to do on a Friday night!
Ready to shake up your workout routine this summer, and combine all of your favorite things? Thats what my hubby and I did last weekend, when we took Susan Kasko's Summer Yoga & Brunch class at North Pier Brewing Co.
Have you ever wondered about what makes Vinyasa Yoga different than Ashtanga Yoga? Well wonder no more! Read on to find out.
From Doga (yes, dog yoga) to Goat Yoga, a survey of the possibilities and promise of Yoga with Animals. A good review if you are thinking of horse yoga, bunny yoga, kitten yoga and other styles.
Getting fit is a resolution many take on each new year. Those who are able to maintain that resolution throughout the year likely already realize that it goes beyond a gym membership. Achieving long-term fitness goals require lifestyle changes, but this can be much easier than you realize. Subtle changes actually have the biggest effect, if you can make them permanently.
Between the cold, dark weather and poor eating and drinking habits that last longer than the holiday season, it can be difficult to find the motivation to work out during the winter months. But with these easy tips, staying on track when the temps are low won’t be as hard as you think.
Does the glorious weather outside have you chafing at the bit every time you head to a studio for a workout? If so, here are a few ways to keep both your yoga and your summer sanity!
I'm sure that if you follow any number of yogis on Instagram, then you have seen your share of inversions. Headstands, handstands, crazy one handed stands that I could never do... lol.Maybe you just skim by, maybe you stop and admire them for a second. But few of us take the time to find out just why inversions are such an integral part of yoga, and how much of an amazing role that they can play in your overall health and fitness.
Tonight I am going to take a yin yoga class.It is really about the last thing I want to do right now, because yin requires that you hold each pose for several minutes, and I feel very very restless at the moment. The thought of holding still so long seems more daunting than a butt kicking workout. Which is exactly why I am going!