Sex, Yoga + Being a Rock Star

Say the words yoga and sex together, they might conjure up images of rock stars and tantric sex, but more and more we see the mind body connection seeping into all areas of our physical lives — and the bedroom is no different. Preliminary research is showing that yoga...

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Healing Journey Class: 6-Week Series

On the road back to wellness after a setback? Looking for a gentle class to eliminate stress and encourage healing? Students will enjoy this easy sequencing created to support the brain and body with minimal stimulation. Join Megan for this gentle 6-week series that...

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Late Summer Seasonal Symmetry

This workshop series is centered around seasonal transitioning, specifically to balancing the nature within us. The classes feature meditation, pranayama, myofascial release, meridian massage and yoga. From the moment you walk through the doors, your body, mind and...

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SEVA: Support the Pike Family

On October 20, just three days after her daughter Emma’s birth, our community lost Lauren Pike at the age of 31 due to amniotic fluid embolism. She was an elementary school music teacher, and an active member of her church. She was a well-loved member of the...

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New Staff & Therapists

We are excited to announce Ebb & Flow’s newest staff member, Joy Kurber.  Joy will be our Brand & Buzz Ambassador and will be helping with the studio communications, events and getting the ‘Buzz’ out about our wonderful studio to our local community and beyond.  She...

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New FALL Classes

Tuesdays 7P // YogaRx with Megan A 75-90 minute class combining breath work, meditation, myofascial release work, trigger point therapy with yoga. Sundays 7A // Power + Peace with Megan A 60 minute quiet class focusing on breath and movement with attention to...

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Yoga as Medicine?

There is a hefty discussion in the yoga world about yoga as medicine. As accredited teachers through the Yoga Alliance, we are urged to make it clear in our language that yoga is not a prescription, a therapy or a cure. We as teachers are there to facilitate, not to...

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