Ego says, "once everything falls into place I'll feel peace."
Spirit says, "find your peace, and everything will fall into place."
At YogaMos, we specialize in the harmonizing process of the mind, body, and soul. When we release tension, whether physical or mental, we create space to invite divine grace and assistance to enter our reality. We are in the understanding that all individuals deserve a live full of joy, passion, and purpose.
Here at our healing center we offer Yoga, Massage and Bodywork, Reiki, Spiritual Attunement, Reflexology, Craniosacral Therapy, Young Living Raindrop Therapy, Energy Medicine through the clearing of the Chakra System, and The Intuitive Vibrational Alignment Program.
A bit more about Yoga:
So you’re thinking about trying a yoga class? As someone new to yoga you may have some questions. That is normal. Maybe you feel you’re not flexible. Maybe you feel out of shape or self conscious of your physical appearance. Maybe you’re fearful of looking silly. Any of these sound familiar? You are not alone.
At YogaMos, we strive to make the benefits of yoga accessible to everyone. It is our mission to provide you with an opportunity to reconnect your mind and body in a calm, safe environment.
***NOTE: If you are feeling sick or flu-like symptoms, please stay home until you feel better. We are practicing and breathing in close proximity to others and certain students (and teachers) here have compromised immune systems already.
Here are some answers to the common questions new students might have:
What is yoga, really?
In a nutshell, the word yoga translates as a yoking or a union. Basically we are looking to join the mind and body through breathe and movement.
How will yoga benefit me?
Yoga is a practice that has countless benefits when practiced regularly. A release of tension, whether it be physical or mental are felt rapidly. As the tension shifts we beging to open our minds and bodies to expanded states of awakening and this allows for divine grace to enter and this can transform many avenues of our lives. It is a physical practice that has as much benefit for the mental faculity as well as the body and soul. One breath at a time...
I’m not flexible enough, can I practice yoga?
Yes, you are perfect for yoga. Many people think that, because they can’t touch their toes, they can’t practice yoga. Flexibility will come with time, practice, and patience.
Saying "I’m not flexible enough to practice yoga," is the same as saying "I’m not clean enough to take a shower!”
What do I need for class?
Yourself, an open mind, a yoga mat if you have one, (if not we can provide one).
What should I wear?
Comfortable clothing that offers free range of motion. Shorts, sweatpants, stretchy pants, tee-shirts are good, just nothing too baggy.
Try not to eat a large meal within 1-2 hours prior to class. Many yoga postures manipulate the digestive system and undigested food can create an uncomfortable feeling.
Arrive 10-15 minutes early to class to settle in and relax before we begin.
Bringing some water and a hand towel is recommended.
Always be respectful to your fellow yogi's. If you have a concern, address a teacher to assist in the resolution of your issue.