Let’s Get Strong

By Stephanie Mitchell When you hear the word “strong,” what do you think? Do you imagine the bulging muscles of an athlete or a superhero, or the lean, lithe body of a dancer? Or maybe your mind turns to thoughts of willpower, steadfastness, and power under the...

Why Pilates is a Core Class

If you’ve wanted to try Pilates or are looking for a Pilates class to do in the comfort of your own home, now’s your time to sign up! At Home Yoga and Well BE-ing Studio offers a live, online Pilates class for all experience levels. Pilates offers so many benefits to...

No Props? No Problem!

No one says you have to go out and purchase a lot of “stuff” to get started with your at home self-care and well being. You probably already have everything you need right at home. Take a look through this guide and start “shopping” in your own house. Yoga Blankets...

New Yoga & Wellness Studio Offers Live Classes

At Home Yoga & Well BE-ing Studio announces its online premiere with free classes at its Grand Opening on Labor Day weekend, September 4-6 at www.AtHomeYogaAndWellbeing.com The studio will offer live, online wellness classes including yoga, pilates, fitness,...

At Home Studio’s Commitment to Equal Access & Well Being

Black, Indigenous and People of Color and LGBTQ+ Equal Access to Well Being At Home Yoga & Well BE-ing teachers and organizers whole heartedly acknowledge that access to well being is not equal among all people.  Inequality resides in our well being spaces,...

Etiquette for Online Yoga & Fitness Classes

To Create Your Best Class Experience Remove your shoes or put them on  Yoga and pilates are traditionally practiced in bare feet. You will find more support for fitness classes in shoes with good soles. Cell phones, watches, clocks This is your time to disconnect....

Mind Jar

By Amy Necci, MEd, RYT-500 Today I want to talk to you about making a mind jar. (Watch the full video about how to use it below!) A mind jar is a tool that you can use whenever you need to feel a little bit of calm. Here’s what a mind jar looks like — check out the...

Gentle Yoga Q & A

Q. How is Gentle Yoga different from other forms of yoga?A. Gentle yoga is accessible to any level of student. It moves more slowly than most forms of yoga and utilizes props as a way to support students deepening their practice. Like other types of yoga, Gentle Yoga...

All Are Welcome in Gentle Yoga

By Jacci Gruninger, MS, ERYT-500, IAYT “I’m not worried if I can do it.” “I feel safe and comfortable.” “It’s not always easy, but I'm  confident I can participate.” “This is where my mind gets quiet.” “I love the variety and accessibility.” “I often feel muscles I...