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Inhale hope. Exhale fear.

17.01.2017
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Inhale hope. Exhale fear.

Guest post by Lara Macgregor, founder of Hope Scarves. Hope Scarves is 502 Power Yoga’s Karma Partner for the month of January.

Breath in. Be fully present with this breath. Breath out. Your breath exists in this moment. Each breath grounds you to this time and place…

When I was diagnosed with stage 4, metastatic breast cancer each breath was a struggle. I was suffocated by the future.
Stage 4 breast cancer or metastatic breast cancer (MBC) is when breast cancer cells move beyond the breast–often to the bones, lung […]

How is 502 Power Yoga’s Teacher Training different?

20.06.2016
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How is 502 Power Yoga’s Teacher Training different from others in Louisville?

by Cat Larimore

There are now several places throughout Louisville you can get your 200 Hour Yoga Instructor Certification, so we thought we would explain how 502 Power Yoga’s Teacher Training differs from the other offerings in town:

Our training is led by Sarah Smith.

If you haven’t had a chance to take a class with Sarah or talk to her personally, this may not mean much to you, so let me paint a picture: Sarah is sharp, powerful […]

Another love note to 502PY

12.05.2016
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It’s a community, not a competition.

We received another great follow-up to our New Student Welcome calls… we had to share!! ❤

Thank you for calling yesterday to follow-up on my experience with 502 Power Yoga. So far I am loving the studio! All of the staff I have interacted with so far have been friendly, passionate about what they do, and welcoming and encouraging during class. The instructors provide modifications so all of the classes are accessible to all levels of yogis, the class assistants are hands-on but in an encouraging and unobtrusive way […]

From 18 to 8

28.04.2016
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From 18 to 8

By Rebecca Burnett
Pushing 200lbs, I remember once struggling to run 8 minutes without stopping in Iroquois Park. At the time I was a caregiver to my parents: mom with cancer and dad with Alzheimer’s. The stress of this situation wasn’t helping my own health – I was eating my way into a size 18.
Then, my niece, Emilie Dyer, invited me to a free class at 502 Power Yoga. In the past I had used yoga successfully to stop smoking, so I figured it could also improve my overall health […]

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