Live the practice of yoga -- both on and off the mat.
July 2 | The Lifestyle
The end of May of marked one year since I started practicing yoga. I never thought I’d be so committed to my practice, nor did I ever think I’d be one to practice yoga, period. Yet, since coming to Yoga Six nearly every day for the last year, I’ve learned many lessons that I’ve taken and implemented into my life both on and off my mat…
June 11 | The Lifestyle
The expected and unexpected benefits of how spending time outdoors benefits our yoga practice.
May 21 | The Lifestyle
As it gets a bit warmer outdoors, enjoy this refreshing, vegan and gluten free, Raspberry Cacao Chia Seed Pudding!
April 30 | The Lifestyle
Rebooting your digestive system is a great way to feel refreshed with the change of seasons – try our blender-friendly Liver-Detox Green Juice to kickstart your “Spring Cleaning”.
April 23 | The Lifestyle
Yoga is about yoking ourselves- not only to the practice but to our people, our tribe, our community. Helping each other thrive and feel supported in this life, it is a critical part of our existence. It is what yoga and our yoga studio home can give us over a gym or an app.
April 9 | The Lifestyle
Yoga and meditation show up to help in the most unexpected places. It’s my favorite is when the things that I do outside of yoga change my outlook on my mat and my practice. There are some fundamental things you can do to your life that will shift and change how you feel on the mat. And, there are also fun ways you can challenge your physical body that will help maximize your yoga practice.
April 2 | The Lifestyle
Marla’s Gluten-Gree Indian Vegetable Curry is a quick dish with extra nutrients…The directions below serves four – either prepare for your friends or prepackage for your lunch – either way, this nourishing meal takes under an hour to cook!
February 15 | The Lifestyle
1500 hours into her 3000 hour internship, Kelli decided to step away from therapy to participate in yoga teacher training. Kelli felt as if yoga was making a more of an impact on people’s well-being than the outcomes she saw with her patients participating in talk therapy. She started to realize that she could be more effective as a yoga teacher than a therapist.