Hippie Yoga is dedicated to helping you create a healthy lifestyle in 2020. Maintaining a regular yoga practice is one way to help keep your body and mind healthy. Attend 100 yoga classes in 2020 and you will become a member of the Century Club As a member of Hippie Yoga’s Century Club you will […]
Hippie Yoga’s Holiday Class Schedule Hippie Yoga’s Holiday Class Schedule Tuesday, December 24th 9 am – Groovy Flow 10:30 am – Take it Easy Wednesday, December 25th CLOSED Tuesday, December 31st 9 am – Groovy Flow 10:30 am – Take it Easy Wednesday, January 1st No Yoga classes
Legs up the wall is also known as the fountain of youth pose. So when you can’t make it to a yoga class but you need a little refresher, putting your legs up the wall is a great pose to do at home.It is easy to do, all you need is wall space or any […]
Yoga party tricks may look cool and make fun photos but that is not what yoga is about. Yoga is a way of finding peace. The physical practice helps your body find more peace. Breath and meditation help your mind and spirit find more peace. So often we want an external goal, whether it is […]
Hippie Yoga is super excited to be working with Nature’s Wisdom, Kitty Deluxe and The Serendipitous Soul to help you Fill Your Cup! We have put together a package of ways to keep your self-care cup full.For only $99 you will get:1 -40 minuted Reiki session at Hippie Yoga3 yoga classes at Hippie Yoga1 -40 minute service with and “add-on” […]
We will be closed Monday, September 2nd in observance of Labor Day. Enjoy your holiday and we will see you Tuesday.
Starting September 7th Hippie Yoga will be open every Saturday from noon – 4 pm. We are opening when classes are not in session so you can come in to purchase retail items or gift certificates, ask questions about yoga or our other services, register for workshops, or make an appointment for a wellness service. At Hippie Yoga we […]
Starting August 2nd the Friday 10:30 class will now be Yin with Tanyel!
The word yoga means yoke or join: the union of body, breath, and mind. We connect with our bodies through the Asana, or poses–the physical movements. Our breath is our life force, or Prana, and in most practices the movement is connected with breath. For example, you may hear a teacher say, “Inhale, sweep up. […]
Ivy first began her yoga journey in 2010 during her second pregnancy. After having a somewhat difficult first pregnancy. Ivy was looking for a way to maintain some gentle physical activity during her second pregnancy. Her OB/GYN recommended she try yoga. Ivy left her appointment that day, went straight to purchase her first ever yoga […]