Using a nasal rinse for self-care

We understand that our 5 senses are responsible for helping us assess the world outside of ourselves. In yoga, the sense of smell is our most primal antenna. Also, healthy breathing patterns rely on open airways. So we can start our self-care practice with some nasal cleansing by using a netti pot. Some yogis use one daily and some, before each meditation sitting. You can find them at any health food store and even many chain pharmacies and grocery stores in the nasal care section.

New Year Mind-Body Cleanse & Study

The New Year Mind-Body Cleanse & Study is designed to help you eliminate not just food, but anything you feel the need to “detox” from: relationships, social media, news, distractions, possessions, and foods like sugars, fats, salt, etc… It’s up to each person to determine what needs to be tweaked. The Cleanse includes some homework, reflection, journaling, exercise goals, shopping lists planning, and a far improved weekly check-in.

Yoga for People in Recovery 12 Weeks Session

Starting Tuesday, November 21, 2017, Yoga for Addiction Recovery Support (YARS) will run for 12 weeks at 10am for one hour each week at Breathe Yoga & Wellness, 131 West Union Street in Downtown Morganton. Through the generous support of our local yoga community, and a partnership with Burke Recovery and Flynn Recovery Community, this class is offered by donation — students pay what they are able.

Yuck-Free New Year: A 6 Week Cleanse

Solstice Fest for Breathe's 2nd Birthday

It's hard to believe that our family has been coming together for almost two years seven days a week. This month, we celebrate not only Breathe Yoga & Wellness's 2nd Birthday, but also the return of music and kirtan beauty Jenne Sluder from Asheville, NC. Jenne came during Breathe's grand opening festivities in December, 2014 and we're happy to be welcoming her back for a Winter Solstice musical and meditation celebration on Sunday, December 18.

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