Are you new to Twist Yoga and not sure where to start? Here’s an quick and easy breakdown of which classes are truly for beginners. Let us help you find the perfect class for you. Make this year your happiest yet.Read More
The kids are back to school, and routines may be beginning to adjust to the new “normal”. The start to the school year oftentimes feel hectic and over-scheduled. This can result in aches, pains, and digestive issues. I feel ya!Read More
Yoga is actually an ancient method of relaxation, exercise and healing that was originally only practiced by men. Then, it was used as exercise for the military to prepare young men for the rigors of battle. Trust me, yoga will not transform you into a touchy-feely kale-eating girlie man - instead it will simply create movement and structure to improve almost all aspects of your everyday life.Read More
Do you want to learn more about all the aspects of yoga?
Twist Yoga has you covered. From full 200 hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Trainings, to workshops, to School of OM, to Mentorships and beyond, we have something for everyone.
Take a look at this easy to understand chart and start your journey now:
First of all – welcome! We are so thrilled to have you as part of the Twist Tribe. You have made the decision to invest time in your wellness, and take time from your busy schedule just for yourself. Sometimes, that’s the hardest part. Congratulations!Read More
Why do we see Sun Salutations in so many classes?
Sun Salutation is important for two reasons. One, it moves the spine in flexion and extensions (the spine’s two great ranges of movement), and is a well-balanced workout. It also offers numerous health benefits beyond the physical level; relaxing and centering the mind and body, and leading it to meditation. Two, Sun Salutation gives us an opportunity to express gratitude to the sun, without which life on earth would be impossible!
If you are like me, you may have heard some of the yoga words and terms for months and even years without really understanding what they mean. By that point, it feels silly to ask. You may take some time to research them online or in books but, it is hard to remember after you leave class, and “real life” resumes.Read More