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So you want to go to Baptiste Level One training

11.04.2018
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So you want to go to Baptiste Level One training

More and more of our community members are expressing interest in attending a Level One Training so we wanted to gather some information to provide to anyone else considering attending this powerful training:

What is Level One Training?

Level One is a weeklong, 100-hour, intensive Teacher Training led by the Baptiste Institute. However, as the Baptiste Institute says: “This program is not so much about ‘how to teach yoga,’ but rather it is about ‘what principles and practices to teach’ and ‘where to think and […]

The Data Doesn’t Lie: FitBit and AppleWatch Results from a 502 Power Yoga Class

4.04.2018
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The Data Doesn’t Lie

FitBit and AppleWatch Results from a 502 Power Yoga Class

More and more yogis are coming into the studio bearing heartrate monitor devices: Fitbits, Apple Watches, and more. We got curious about what kind of data you were finding, so we asked our students to send us some results from their activity tracking devices. The data doesn’t lie—our classes (and teachers) are doing some serious work in power yoga classes!

FitBit Results from Power Vinyasa Yoga

This yogi shared his FitBit results from a 75 minute power […]

What Does a Yogi Look Like? Meet Baely Talley, Wedding Coordinator

21.03.2018
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What Does a Yogi Look Like?

Meet Baely Talley, Wedding Coordinator

Welcome to our new series, “What Does a Yogi Look Like?” where we feature yogis in our community who defy society’s idea of what a yogi looks like. 

502PY: Tell us about your first yoga class experience.

Baely: My first yoga class experience was a sunrise class taught by Mimi Hahn. My friend Hannah invited me to come with her and I had no idea what to expect. At the time I was trying to lose weight before my wedding […]

Mindful Sobriety

27.02.2018
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Mindful Sobriety

by Cat Scott

Will I ever drink again?
Not sure.

Do I miss IPA’s and red wine?
Occasionally.

Do I like the way I feel when I’m not drinking?
Yes.

Over the past year, I’ve been paying attention to why I choose alcohol, and I noticed a pattern: It was often when I wanted to escape; “go under;” or put on a facade so the real me could go hide for a bit. I was grabbing a bottle of red at the first sign of stress or overwhelm. I was on […]

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