The Downward Dog stretch test.

The Downward Dog stretch test.

Hello and happy Super Bowl Sunday!

As we are all tuning into the game, I thought it was a perfect time to share a flexibility tip that we use in many of our classes — athletes, studio classes, schools, events — and across most age groups.

The Downward Dog Stretch Test.

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Several new classes this week + full schedule

Several new classes this week + full schedule

OH SNOW! If you are reading this from Rochester, NY, you know what I’m talking about! We are coming off of a super snowy weekend here — lots of shoveling indeed. Shovel, yoga, repeat! :)

This week, there are several new classes starting up. Including:

  • Heather Acomb joins the team for her Open Level Flow adult class on Tuesday.

  • New class at M/Body for ages 3-5 with Miss Emma on Wednesday.

  • New Yoga at School program for Grades K-5 in Pittsford on Tuesday / Thursday.

  • New Tween class for ages 8-13 on Thursday.

  • New session for ages 3-5 at Perinton Rec on Friday.

Check out the full schedule within!

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In that summer state of mind! This week's abbreviated schedule...

In that summer state of mind! This week's abbreviated schedule...

Summer summer summertime is officially here and I hope it's off to a great start for you and your family! This week, we have an abbreviated schedule due to the 4th of July holiday. I look forward to seeing everyone for regular classes & events next week. Don't forget to check the latest schedule!

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One of the most challenging yoga poses?

One of the most challenging yoga poses?

When it comes to a good challenge in yoga, kids are ALL about it. Teens? Crow pose or working on their flexibility and mobility. Tweens? Partner poses are their jam. Double downward dog, anyone? Little yogis? Balancing in boat, flower or crane pose. But the most challenging pose of all? It's the simplicity of unwinding. Of just allowing themselves to lie back, relax, and let go.

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The Yoga Effect

The Yoga Effect

They say that if you put in 50%, you get 50% out. Put in 100%? Get 100% out. It's ALL about the effort. But to kids, while this concept sounds good, it really hits home when they experience it. And when kids experience themselves growing, changing, accomplishing new things...it can be a total game changer.

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