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Skip the Resolutions for Contentment and Tranquility

This is the time to set resolutions and goals. Goals usually are set to satisfy our desires. We may want more money, less body weight, or a different job. We decide to cut sugar or alcohol, to use the latest productivity system to get more done. But deep down, do these goals and the desires behind […]

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Pricing Changes

The StoryOur drop in price has been $15 since the studio opened in January of 2011. We have resisted the pressures to raise prices, in an effort to make yoga accessible to a wider array of students. The past two years has challenged us in so many ways. Many of our lovely teachers have moved […]

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Finding Equanimity When You Want to Quit

It was close to the end of the 150 minutes of my first Neuro exam. I desperately tried to review a last couple questions before hitting the “submit” button. I cringed when I got my score. It wasn’t awful. But when I reviewed my mistakes, my heart kept sinking. I missed the question on epidural […]

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Studio Safety Protocols

PROOF OF VACCINE OR PCR TESTIn accordance with the city’s policy, all students must show proof of vaccine or negative PCR test within 72 hours. You can email your proof of vaccine to or upload it here.  Please present your proof of vaccine/PCR test to the yoga instructor upon entering the studio if you have […]

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What’s Up With Our YTT and Other Tidbits

This Pandemic Has Changed The Yoga World ForeverIt’s safe to say that the pandemic has changed the way we think about yoga studios, probably forever. Practicing in a hot sweaty room, mat-to-mat isn’t something any of us want to do right now. When a vaccine arrives, this may change. But even so, a vaccine is […]

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Balance Yoga Stands in Support of the Black Community

As the owner of Balance Yoga & Wellness, I condemn racism, rejecting police brutality, and calling for justice for George Floyd and every other victim of white supremacy. We also express our outrage and sadness at the deaths of Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, or Alton Sterling and Keevan Robinson here in […]

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Helping Each Other Through Rough Times

No amount of silver linings can overcome the loss that many of us are experiencing. If not loss, then the uncertainty. It’s difficult to remain calm in the midst of uncertainty. As humans, our brains crave clarity. While as a yoga studio we can’t help with uncertainty, we can help with calm. When COVID-19 spread to […]

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