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Teacher of the Month: Gil Elhart

Gil is one of Breathe’s fearless leaders, an outdoorsy, frisbee-loving yogi that loves serving this community! How did you start practicing yoga? What was your early yoga experience like? I was a competitive ultimate frisbee player in college and had some back spasms after a tournament. My neighbor, who was a personal trainer, recommended yoga… Read more »

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Samskara & Creating New Habits

We are undeniably, creatures of habit. We tend to gravitate toward what is comfortable and familiar even if it no longer serves us. It is a part of being human. Your life today is the sum of your habits. How fit are you? How happy? How much yoga do you practice? – all a result… Read more »

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Theme of the month: Aparigraha

Many of us are drawn to yoga for its physical benefits and have derived much from them. However, at its root yoga is a practice that develops flexibility, strength, and resilience of the mind and consciousness. These past few months we’ve been exploring the eight-fold path outlined in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and the… Read more »

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Teacher of the Month: Tenesha Bazemore

It’s fitting to feature Tenesha as our teacher of the month for March, because her brightness is uplifting like the early signs of Spring that make us feel joyful. She teaches a soothing Slow Flow Fridays 9:30-10:45am She’s been a member of the community for many years. We were curious to learn more about her. Here… Read more »

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Teacher of the Month: Anna Mirkova

We are excited to welcome longtime student and graduate of Breathe’s 200 hour teacher training Anna Mirkova to our teaching staff at Breathe! Anna teaches Flow Basics Thursdays 5:30-6:30pm How did you start practicing yoga? What was your early yoga experience like? I started practicing yoga at an extremely stressful point in my life a… Read more »

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Brahmacharya Focus of the Month

Many of us are drawn to yoga for its physical benefits and have derived much from them. However, at its root yoga is a practice that develops flexibility, strength, and resilience of the mind and consciousness. These past few months we’ve been exploring the eight-fold path outlined in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and the… Read more »

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