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 morePosted in Monthly Mantra
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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 morePosted in Ayurveda
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 morePosted in YAM Teacher Profiles
Brianna Wiener, a family nurse practitioner, was determined this time around not to pack on the 60 pounds she had gained during her first pregnancy.
Now 35 weeks pregnant, Brianna’s proud to say she hasn’t put on that extra baby weight, thanks in part to Summer Stipe’s Prenatal Yoga class at YAM.… read morePosted in Client Stories
For several years, professional cyclo-cross racer Ally Murphy has put the pedal to the metal, racing on the world’s number one women’s team and, as she says, ‘lucky enough’ to ride with some of the sport’s legends.
But she’s not sure she could have competed as well as she did if it wasn’t for her… read morePosted in Client Stories
Written by Sonya Klepper on March 31st 2016.
I YAM Blooming.
Doesn’t this simple statement, YAM’s Mantra for the month of April, make you feel a little bit … happy?
It brings up the notion of beauty, fertility, love, hope, sunshine, the proverbial spring in our step that comes along with the ending of winter and the beginning of spring. … read morePosted in YAM Teacher Profiles