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Instructor Spotlight: Dina Weldin

MC Hammer may have said it best, and perhaps could have been referring to Dina Weldin when he rapped, “too legit to quit.” Dina is legit. She is a warm, caring, positive and authentic individual. She is beautiful inside and … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Nam Chantepie

Cool. Jimi Hendrix, the Fonz and Nam Chantepie. The type of guy that upon first impression oozes a style, a charm, a persona… and the best part? The more you get to know him, the cooler you realize he is. … Continue reading

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Yogi Reads: Yoga Girl

by Olivia Cecchettini “Yoga Girl” by Rachel Brathen Summary: Rachel Brathen, also know as Yoga Girl, is spreading love across the globe one hug at a time. If you’re not already following her on social media, you most likely will be soon, … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Erin Ferguson

Erin is such a delight! Her smile begins with her eyes. In addition to being a super yogi, she is also (spoiler alert, see question #7) the designer/creator of the Yoga One website. We’ve know Erin a long time and … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Nicole Perrin

Nicole Perrin’s classes are rooted in optimal alignment principles that anchor the challenging postures she often presents. She encourages each student to blossom with her light-hearted and non-competitive approach. Nicole teaches Yoga One’s Marina and Poolside Flow at the Sheraton on Saturday … Continue reading

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AntiGravity School with Trevor Dye starts this weekend!

Progression-based training focuses on establishing a thorough understanding of safety and alignment for each posture, then builds to higher degrees of difficulty and creative variations, allowing you to progress and explore at your own pace and comfort level. You will … Continue reading

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Instructor Spotlight: Trevor Dye

This month we’re introducing you to Trevor Dye who leads Wednesday night’s 7pm Flow. We’re very happy to have Trevor sharing his creativity, humor, insight, knowledge, positive spirit and expansive beliefs regarding gravity and space with us at Yoga One. … Continue reading

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Minding the Mind: Week 5 of Yoga Teacher Training

Wabi-Sabi One of the highlights of our anatomy training is when we learned about the spine. We looked at each others’ spines standing erect and folded forward. One of the physical therapists teaching us anatomy spotted a student who had … Continue reading

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From Paralysis to Handstand: How Yoga Saved My Life

By: Kim Ogburn Not so long ago, I was a half marathon runner, big wave surfer and mountain hiker. At my day job, I supervised large, one-of-a-kind home construction projects. My work placed extraordinary physical demands on my body. But … Continue reading

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