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Welcome to our New Prenatal Yoga Teacher!

Well…she is sort of new. She certainly isn’t new to yoga. Bonita Butler graduated from Peachtree Yoga Center’s Teacher Training Course in February 2001. She has over 15 years of experience teaching and sharing the practice of yoga.   Bonita’s style has evolved with each of the many local and renowned Yogis she has practiced. Rooted in those experiences, […]

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Yoga 101 is Back & Better Than Ever!

Do you know someone who has always wanted to try yoga but has been afraid or hesitant, telling you he or she is not flexible, not familiar with the terminology, etc.? Fear no more! Yoga 101 is here to help! Yoga 101 is not just a class for beginners. Yoga 101 is an excellent class […]

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Halloween Class, Oct. 26

Spice up your yoga practice with a special class this month! Fun, Funky & Abnormal Asana  Join Advanced Yoga Teacher Training students for a themed Halloween class that is sure to thrill! This all-levels course is a fantastic opportunity to explore variations and modifications that make familiar postures feel fresh and exciting. This donation-based class […]

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What Yoga Is Not

As a yoga student and yoga teacher, I sometimes have people share their interest in yoga but explain they have yet to give it a go because they are not “this or that.”  I try my best to counter these misconceptions and encourage the person to join me on the mat but I am not always […]

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Learning in the Margins: 3 Tips for the Practical Yogi

Originally, I wrote an article on triangle pose: how to, variations, benefits, and philosophy. I thought the most daunting part of the task would be keeping the post concise! But after receiving the assignment to do triangle pose every day, multiple times a day for two weeks, I learned a few things that aren’t normally […]

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Graham’s Blog: Wholeheartedness

Did you ever read a line in a poem or hear one in a song that just reached out and grabbed you? There’s a line like that in a poem by one of my favorites, David Whyte, “There is only one life you can call your own and a thousand others you can call by […]

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