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Why Do Yoga?

Yoga is great for overall health and fitness, it helps to connect you with your higher self and it serves as a great way to target specific muscles to complement therapy. Yoga classes are a proven method to increase your vitality, strength and stamina, as well as peace of mind and overall well-being.


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Meet Your Teacher

Christian Leeby

Certified Yoga Instructor with 24 years experience teaching proper technique

After trying acupuncture and chiropractic, and still continuing to have agonizing pain from sciatica for several months, I finally contacted Christian. Yoga completely eliminated my pain and has allowed me to perform activities that have not been possible for years.

Mike K., DVM

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Yoga videos can be watched online from the comfort of home, at your office, at the park, in the backyard or in a tiny bedroom. Learn how to work wonders anywhere with minimal time investment.

Arm Actions in Yoga Poses

Arm Actions in Yoga Poses

December 15th, 2013

If you don't know how to rotate your shoulders in all yoga poses than learn that first by watching m[...]

Sciatica Relief

Sciatica Relief

November 26th, 2013

If you suffer from sciatica pain, check out this quick and simple tip. For most people, turni[...]

Shoulder Blades Down!

Shoulder Blades Down!

October 21st, 2013

There is one instruction that is always useful, in every single yoga pose. It goes like this,[...]

Do you know why yoga is so popular? Because it makes people feel great! Over 11 million Americans practice yoga, and yoga videos are becoming one of the most used at-home workout systems. Yoga plays a vital role in developing a person’s body, while working to strengthen and harmonize the mind, body and spirit. Literally, yoga means “to unite.” It’s about taking these three aspects of your life and uniting or merging them together so you can function in the best possible way. Yoga is an all-inclusive package, which can be used for therapy, to positively affect your fitness levels and to deepen your spirituality.