Mini Home Practice and Meditation – Self Care Throwdown Week 2

We’ve heard from some of you that you feel like you missed the boat on the #selfcarethrowdown because you didn’t get to dive right in on October 1st. But good news, self care happens anytime and all the time; you haven’t missed anything! It’s not too late to commit to...

10 Minute Home Practice – Self Care Throwdown Week One

This month we’re challenging ourselves to consistent self care and committing to practice three times a week at the studio plus supplementing with home practice. Why three times? It’s the quickest way to begin to see RESULTS in your physical practice in terms of...

Perfection Is Not the Goal

Long before embarking on my journey to become a yoga teacher and studio owner, I worked for a company that encouraged us to write down our personal goals for the next one, three, and five years. It sounded easy at first, but when I actually sat down to write, I found...

Studio Member Feature: Heidi

What brought you to yoga? When I was a student at University of Maine Farmington, I waitressed at a local restaurant and got to know my regular customers. Amanda Murray, who was in her late 60s at the time, and her husband frequented the restaurant. I learned she was...

How a Tiny Apartment in New York City Helped me Become a Yoga Teacher

Yoga started for me as an escape from a stressful situation. I was living in New York City in a tiny apartment where there was never silence, and it did not agree with me. I spent that year in New York waiting for the lease to be over so I could get out of there; to...

Kitten Yoga with HART of Maine

We had another fun evening of Kitten Yoga with Hart of Maine. Thanks to their matching of donations this summer, we raised just under $1000, and sent them home with lots of supplies for cats as well! We look forward to the next...

Meet A Samudra Teacher: Sarah L

Sarah Lafortune attended the first Maine YogaFest in 2013 as a yogi practitioner, but after attending a workshop with Jacqui Bonwell, she felt compelled to learn more. “Not only did I love the physical practice, but I was so intrigued by the history of the practice,...

Meet a studio member: Deb Dineen

What brought you to yoga?  Life is going by so fast, I felt caught up in a race, and my concerns were centered around my ego. I wanted more out of my life, but there had to be more to life than worrying about the future. The chatter in my head was driving me crazy,...

Class Spotlight: Meditative Yin Yoga

“Vinyasa is the warm, energizing, active, yang side of our practice. Yin is the cool, still, calming side,” says Rebekah, who is teaching our newest offering “slow flow and yin.” While Vinyasa focuses on strengthening and stretching our musculature, Yin takes deep...

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