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Quieting the Mind: Discovering Your True Self to Find Out Who You Really Are

There is a lot of noise all around us right now. Many of us go through our days with constant chatter in our heads of what we feel we “should” be doing, worrying about money/our job/our country or doubting ourselves and our own gut feelings.. It gets exhausting but many of us don’t know how […]

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Open House!

Saturday, December 10th, 2016 Free classes all day: 7:30am – Express 26 9:00am – Classic Hot 26 11:00am – Fusion 2:00pm – Power Vinyasa 4:00pm – Classic Hot 26 6:00pm – Yin One day sale: 20% off gift certificates, may not be redeemed by purchaser. 15% off any one purchase (limit 2 ten class passes […]

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Welcome! You Are Invited To Our Open House.

Greetings and Salutations!! Please join us Saturday, November 1st for our 12th annual Open House Celebration. We have so much to be grateful for after these twelve years. We are especially thankful for all of your support as we transition from Maine Bikram Yoga into  Maine Hatha Yoga. Here is the schedule for the Open […]

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October Promotions

Happy Fall Everyone! We are celebrating by offering a couple of discounts. First of all the rate for a single class all month is only $8*. Also if you sign up for our recurring Monthly Unlimited program we will take $50 off your first month*. On Saturday October 18 Kristen is leading a workshop focused […]

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Spring Is Here!

Greetings And Salutations All Ye Happy Yogi… Spring is here, at least in our hearts, and the essence of new beginnings leads us out of this long and cold winter.  Our commitment to providing a pleasant and safe space for our practice involves an ongoing cosmetic and functional makeover.  We finally replaced our cracked mirror. […]

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An Important Message From Angela And Michael

Dear Students, Change is upon us. Author Anais Nin said, “Life is a process of becoming, a combination of states we have to go through. Where people fail is that they wish to elect a state and remain in it.” We had elected to remain affiliated with Bikram Choudhury in the midst of several years […]

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The Creative Breath

As students of  an asana yoga practice, we work to improve our understanding of ourselves by experiencing ourselves within each moment. This is achieved by exposing ourselves to certain variations of form or expression, aka asana, and then observing the reactions, sensations, and fluctuations that occur within ourselves. To remain observant is difficult, to say […]

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