What is Yoga?

Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual practice or discipline which originated in India. There is a broad variety of schools, practices, and goals in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Among the most well-known types of yoga are Hatha yoga and Raja yoga. The origins of yoga have been speculated to …

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What is Yoga

Hot Bikram

This series is an incredible sequence of 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises that are always the same. Therefore, balance, focus, discipline and results are all goals you will meet in this practice. This is a beginner series that targets the mental, physical and breath body. It is amazing for weight loss, depression, training the mind and sculpting the body.

Duration:
1 hour & 30 minutes

Hot Fire Flow

Sweat | Determination | Focus | Strength
Come get your weekly dose of sweat, stretch, philosophy and mindful breath-work.  The goal is to reach your greatest potential for that day, gain mental clarity and to learn something you can take off the mat.  These can be some of the hottest and most challenging classes of the week, modifications are provided and everyone is encouraged to come!

Duration:
1 hour & 30 minutes

Hot Soul Flow

This class is one of the oldest running on the schedule. Christen has taught this class for over eight years, it was her original offering at Mandala, known to many as “soul church.”  Come flow with us as we let one week go and open our hearts to another.

Power flow is a great class to develop strength, balance, and get your sweat on! Please rest if you need to.

Duration:
1 hour & 15 minutes

Hot Vinyasa

Hot Vinyasa Yoga is performed in a heated room because of the benefits it offers the body. Heat allows for muscles to ease through their full range of motion but is not an excuse to push muscles beyond their limits. Heat improves circulation and metabolism and strengthens the cardiovascular system. Vinyasa connects different types of poses, like a back-bend with a standing pose, allowing them to seamlessly intertwine without disrupting the smooth flow.  The objective is this “flow” effect which keeps this type of yoga flowing or moving, which in turn creates body heat.

Duration:
1 hour & 30 minutes

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TESTIMONIALS

Love the HOT yoga in all this cold weather. Just the thing to beat the winter blues. Christen is amazing and I highly recommend one of her yoga therapy programs for a more personalized practice.

Erin B.

TESTIMONIALS

I love Mandala! The variety of classes fit my schedule and my fitness level. The instructors are very knowledgeable and give helpful tips for improving my practice. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned yogi you will fit in at Mandala! Getting used to hot yoga is a terrific challenge!

Jessie D.

TESTIMONIALS

Finally made it back to Mandala for Christen’s Sunday morning Soul Flow! Amazing! Sweaty and stretched and even feeling a little bit lighter after a long week with a bad attitude. Best studio for balance and positive energy, especially with Christen, that girl knows how to help guide me beyond the mat!

Sara O.

TESTIMONIALS

The Friday morning Hot Flow class was one of the best I’ve been to!
Loved it, great teacher & nice studio!

Julie S.

TESTIMONIALS

The best studio I’ve found to date. I have a solid home practice but Mandala has really helped me grow and challenge my practice. I can’t get enough of their classes, and always leave feeling restored, centered, and like I pushed myself. I went to “try it out” and keep trying to sneak in more classes each week. Do yourself a favor and try it out!

Tori C.


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The Main Reasons to Practice Yoga

Gives You Inner Strength

Yoga can help you make changes in your life. In fact, that might be its greatest strength. Tapas, the Sanskrit word for “heat,” is the fire, the discipline that fuels yoga practice and that regular practice builds.

Increases Lung Capacity

Yogis tend to take fewer breaths of greater volume, which is both calming and more efficient. A 1998 study published in The Lancet taught a yogic technique known as “complete breathing” to people with lung problems due to congestive heart failure.

Creates A Healthier Lifestyle

Move more, eat less—that’s the adage of many a dieter. Yoga can help on both fronts. A regular practice gets you moving and burns calories, and the spiritual and emotional dimensions of your practice may encourage you to address any eating and weight problems on a deeper level.

The Main Reasons to Practice Yoga

Gives You Peace of Mind

Yoga quells the fluctuations of the mind, according to Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra. In other words, it slows down the mental loops of frustration, regret, anger, fear, and desire that can cause stress.

Boosts Your Immune System

Asana and pranayama probably improve immune function, but, so far, meditation has the strongest scientific support in this area. It appears to have a beneficial effect on the functioning of the immune system, boosting it when needed.

Builds Muscle Strength

Strong muscles do more than look good. They also protect us from conditions like arthritis and back pain, and help prevent falls in elderly people. And when you build strength through yoga, you balance it with flexibility.