Parking Changes

Parking Changes: There is no longer free parking in the 140 Coxe Avenue lot, but you can park there for an hourly fee through ParkMobile, a free App you download onto your mobile device. Towing is enforced. As of March 1, we can offer our students FREE parking in the gravel lot on 16 BANKS >> Read More

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This Is How We Roll

Using the Foam Roller for Myofascial Release with Lindsay Majer Saturday April 22, 1 – 3 PM REGISTER Myofascial tissue is a thin, strong, fibrous connective tissue that extends throughout the body, supporting and protecting our muscles and bones. Trauma, inflammation, age, repetitive motion, and emotional stress can cause this tissue to become tight and >> Read More

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Remembering Ryan Conrad

Remembering Ryan Conrad By Edward Gardiner, Deborah Morgenthal, and One Center Yoga Ryan Conrad, our friend, teacher, student, and mentor died peacefully on Thursday, February 23, at 6:40am, after a yearlong illness. Family and close friends gathered at his home in Asheville, NC, and sang “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” as his body was carried away >> Read More

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The Great Yoga Wall™: Therapeutics for Hips

The Great Yoga Wall™ Series: Therapeutics for Hips 3-part intensive with Letitia Walker April 13, 20, & 27 5:30 – 7:30 pm Call the studio to register 828-225-1904. Capped at 8 students. The Hips: The source of our mobility, one of the connections between the axial and appendicular skeleton, and the storage center of our >> Read More

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The Great Yoga Wall™ Series: Neck & Shoulders

3-part Intensive with Letitia Walker May 18, 25 and June 1 • 3 – 5 pm Due to limited enrollment please call the studio to register. 828-225-1904. Modern living tries its best to wreak havoc on our necks and shoulders. Driving, sitting at a computer, looking down at our phones, holding children, chopping vegetables: these >> Read More

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Yoga for Scoliosis and a Healthy, Balanced Spine

Yoga for Scoliosis and a Healthy, Balanced Spine April 7 – 9, 2017 REGISTER In this internationally acclaimed workshop, you will learn how to use Iyengar yoga to meet the challenges of scoliosis. Elise will identify each participant’s scoliosis and discuss the cause and effect, as well as the psychological consequences, of this condition. By >> Read More

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Cumin Coriander Fennel Tea

Cumin Coriander Fennel Tea Presented by Greta Kent-Stoll Spring is an excellent time for cleaning and cleansing and your digestive system is the prefect place to start the purification process! Cumin Coriander Fennel Tea (CCF tea) is a classic medicinal Ayurvedic tea. It enkindles the agni (digestive fire) and thus assists your body to effectively >> Read More

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The Great Yoga Wall™ Series: Spinal Health

The Great Yoga Wall™ Series: Spinal Health 3-part intensives with Letitia Walker Thursdays, April 13, 20, & 27 • 3:00 – 5:00 pm Call the studio to register at 828-225-1904. Want to feel young and vital? Keep your spine healthy with yoga. As Letitia’s teacher, Aadil Palkhivala says, “You’re only as young as your spine.” >> Read More

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Remembering Ryan

Ryan Conrad, our friend, teacher, student, and mentor died peacefully on Thursday, February 23, at 6:40am, after a yearlong illness. On Friday, family and close friends gathered at his home and sang “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” as his body was carried away amidst rose petals, tears, and hugs. His body was 38 years old. His >> Read More

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