Yoga

5 lessons to help you navigate big change (aka things we’ve learned while making big change).

Since we opened our doors in April 2015 you’ve known us to be full of fun and wise with wellness tips. Most importantly though, you know us as regular humans who drink milkshakes, swear and also mediate, and who have just as much real life to handle as anyone else. As wellness people who also happen to be business people, you’d think we might be exempt from stress and tough decisions because we can be … Read More

Roundtable Wellness Experience with Nate: Yoga

Welcome to the seventh vlog Nate published about his progress and experience during our Roundtable Wellness program. The program included several months of acupuncture treatments, yoga, and lifestyle practices focused around nutrition, sleep habits, and self-awareness. Click here to watch Before this project, Nate felt intimidated by yoga had never been to a full yoga class. Since going to a couple classes per week, plus the help of some private yoga sessions with Sam, he … Read More

Why you should come to class

If I had a dime for every time I asked myself “how did I live before the Google?”, I would be a bazillionaire. Okay, maybe a hundredaire… OKAAAY, I would have at least $10. Anyway, with the advent of technology, online yoga classes are becoming more and more prevalent. I am excited that yoga is becoming more accessible. Because many of us have schedules and lifestyles that preclude hopping over to class, I am strongly … Read More

Judgement-free zone

We’ve been including the words “judgement-free” in several of our class & workshop descriptions lately. Judgement-Free Nutrition Zone, judgement-free prenatal yoga classes, judgement-free regular yoga classes… Judgement is more of a feeling we impose upon ourselves: we fear our bosses will judge us if we don’t get certain projects accomplished within a certain time frame; we fear our mother will judge what we’re eating or wearing; we fear our father will judge what car we decided to … Read More

What the heck is Yoga Office Hours?

Have you ever wanted to ask your yoga teacher a question after class but find that too many people have questions, too? Have you ever wanted to ask your yoga teacher for specific help on a pose? Have you ever wanted to have a discussion about yoga with other yogis or chat about each other’s yoga journey? Is your home not conducive for a yoga practice? Are you lacking appropriate yoga props to use at … Read More

Yin Yoga – for me?

What the heck IS yin yoga? Let Third Space Wellness teacher extraordinaire, Rick, tell you all about it! When I teach yin yoga to teachers-in-training, I suggest they try to avoid thinking about the practice or analyzing it. Just immerse yourself in it. Then we’ll talk. It is yoga. But it might be unlike any other kind of yoga you have practiced. If you are an athlete, gymnast, dancer, or martial arts practitioner, you will find a little … Read More

Meet our yoga teacher: Tiffany Maqubela

Tiffany is a graceful teacher who moves through class calmly and intentionally. (Next to her, I look like an awkward prepubescent boy.) She crafts a yoga class that will challenge you but leave you centered. In her class, you are able to pay close attention to the movement of your body and understand your body’s relationship with the asanas. So whether you are new to yoga or a seasoned yogi, you will discover new things … Read More

Six ways to get more out of your yoga practice

Your yoga practice is called that because – duh – it requires practice! It also takes work, commitment, and patience. You will be elated by your good days and you will have to persevere through your bad days. You will learn and re-learn things. You will discover truths about yourself. You will notice how kind (or unkind) you are being to your body. Each time you step on your mat will be a complete and unique … Read More

Don’t be “that” guy… In yoga class…

If you don’t want to be labeled as “that guy” in class, here are a few yoga class etiquette tips to help you: Be on time. Coming late is disruptive. Sure, things happen but if you are consistently late, you should consider taking a different class that fits your schedule better. If you are late for class or if you have to leave early, enter and leave the room as quickly and as quietly as possible. … Read More