Hendersonville Yoga and Massage Blog

Cancer survivor so grateful she found Yoga

Written by Pam Temby on November 22nd 2016.

Suzanne McCall was diagnosed with leukemia in 2002, but through much courage and resolve, she has managed to turn her illness into something positive.

Ironically, Suzanne says she’s thankful for what cancer has given her: finding the gift of Yoga and the seeds for a more meaningful life.

“The … read more

Posted in Client Stories

Yoga Plays a Big Role in Actor's Life

Written by Pam Temby on June 30th 2016.

It’s no act when you listen to Traci Gardner extol the benefits of her Yoga practice.

The professional actress, who just recently was cast in a scene with Helen Hunt in “Shots Fired,” a FOX upcoming drama series, and who played a tough bartender in “Swamp Murders,” says Yoga has helped her immens… read more

Posted in Client Stories

Be in harmony with Pitta summer season

Written by Tish Hilyer on June 20th 2016.

“May the long time Sun shine upon you, All love surround you, And the pure light within you, Guide your way home.” -Kundalini Yoga Blessing

The Summer Solstice signifies a time of fulfillment, abundance and celebration. Summer, as with the other Seasons, has its own personality, its own character… read more

Posted in Ayurveda

Become the Person You Want to Be: "I YAM Determined"

Written by Tim Hopkin on May 31st 2016.

In honor of Father’s Day and observing our June Mantra, “I YAM Determined,” we asked Tim Hopkin, one of our Yoga clients, to reflect on how determination has played a big part in his life. Born in England, Tim has made Henderson County his home for the past 23 years. Married with two sons, Nicolas a… read more

Posted in Monthly Mantra

Dosha: Your Unique Constitution

Written by Tish Hilyer on May 22nd 2016.

Ayurveda is the Science of Life, the Science of Self- Healing. To heal ourselves and live life to the fullest, we must understand our own unique constitution.

Ayurveda is based on the principle of the Five Elements: Ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth. Everything in the Universe is made up of these… read more

Posted in Ayurveda

A Mother's Mantra: 'I YAM Caring'

Written by Tish Hilyer on April 30th 2016.

It’s been written that Mothers are really our first Yoga teachers. They teach us how to love, give and share our lives with others. So in honor of Mother’s Day, May 8, our monthly Mantra is “I YAM Caring. Our own Tish Hilyer shares what being a “Fairy Steep Mom” means to her.

The idea of motherho… read more

Posted in YAM Teacher Profiles

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