Summer Challenge!

Even though the summer weather hasn’t hit San Diego yet because June gloom is hanging around, you can feel the anticipation in the air. Everyone is ready for warmer temperatures and longer days of sunshine. Summer just exudes lightness and fun. Amidst all the preparations for time at the beach or family vacations, don’t forget to challenge your yoga practice!

Commit to attending four classes a week between June 3 and August 31 for a total of 52 classes (or more!) this summer. If you’ve already come to class since June 3, you can count it! And if you haven’t, no worries – it’s not too late to join in on the fun, you just need a few 5-class weeks. We’ve even created an extra-special chart at the studio where you can track your progress alongside other Yoga One students.

The best part is that you can use this challenge to kick-start a regular yoga practice! It’s hard to count all the benefits that come with a regular practice but here’s a short list to inspire you: reduced stress and anxiety; stronger, leaner muscle mass; increased strength, flexibility and balance; breath control; increased body awareness; improved sleep; better posture; increased energy and greater confidence. If you could use any of those in your life, you’ve come to the right place.

To encourage you along the way, we’ll be offering two awesome level 2-3 classes led by Amy Caldwell. The first is this Friday, June 15th from 6:45-8:30pm and it’ll focus on Hips, Hamstrings and Arm Balances. Come ready to play, ask questions and deepen your practice! (Anyone with an established, intermediate/level 2 and up practice is welcome to attend even if not participating in the summer challenge.) The second class will be held Friday, August 10 at the same time. Drop-in for these classes is $18 or use your package.

Hope to see you around the studio soon getting your yoga on!

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