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      Hey, Gang!
       ‘Tis the Holiday Season for candy canes, Christmas trees, hot chocolate, and yoga of course!

      We still have our Annual Membership available for sale. Now through Monday, Dec. 4 you can buy a whole YEAR of yoga for $900! This deal gives you 2 months of the year for free! You can purchase this through the link below, or give us a call at 757-915-6246.

      Please Note The Following Class Schedule Changes:

      Beginning December 7
      We will no longer offer Tribe 1 on Thursday’s at noon.
      As a Reminder

      All of our Monthly Members get the benefit of our Tribal Yoga at Home feature of streamed online classes. No worries if you’re traveling or can’t make it to the studio. Your online profile allows you to watch our classes in your own space and time. To read more or log in to your profile, click the button below. If you have questions about your account or are interested in becoming a Member, please talk to us at the front desk!

      Intention of the Month:


      At a time of year when we should be focused on our loved ones and spreading joy, it is easy to become wrapped up in the rush of the Holidays and obsessed with perfection. Let the intention this month help you take a step back and check in with yourself. Are you projecting love and positivity to those around you, or are you distracted by the ego?

      “People need to know that they have all the tools within themselves. Self-awareness, which means awareness of their body, awareness of their mental space, awareness of their relationships – not only with each other, but with life and the ecosystem.” – Deepak Chopra

      Pose of the Month:

      Child’s Pose




      Demonstrated by: Amber Favaregh

      Starting in your table top position on your hands and knees, drop your hips back toward your heels. While your hips drop back, keep your hands planted and let your arms naturally straighten out overhead. Rest your head down on the mat.

      Member of the Month:

      Tristen Scheitle

      I like long naps on the beach, daydreaming, and I have a large tuxedo cat named Ralph that I am pretty obsessed with. I was born in Hampton, but I left the area as a kid and lived all around “the 757”. I spent many years as a cook/cafe manager in Richmond, where I discovered my first love- food, and my second love- growing food. I decided I wanted to be a teacher, so I spent a few years teaching English in South Korea, which I loved and miss all the time. The kids are really cute and the food is delicious. I met my partner there, Sam- a South African archaeologist and we moved to Chicago, where I taught a year of Kindergarten (and realized I didn’t actually want to be a career teacher). I am currently teaching English online and finishing a software engineering program and hoping to get into education technology. Honestly I just want to do something that affords me a retirement one day, so I can buy a piece of land, have a nice big garden, and play in the dirt all day.
      I moved here in August to help my grandparents and to finish school. Before that, I had only dabbled in yoga, and decided to try a month membership as a 32nd birthday present to my aging body. It was one of the best things I have done for myself, and I have since made it a habit to show up for every class that my schedule allows.

      Working from home makes me very excited to show up, and I consider it to be a sanctuary in my life. I feel stronger, more justified in my collection of athleisure clothing, and it provides a daily appointment with myself to take a break from everything else. The thing I like most about yoga is that you are just a body, doing. We make so many decisions in a day, especially teachers (and parents). For me, it is a relief to just do what someone else tells me to do for an hour, especially the part at the end. No thinking or analyzing, just checking in with myself. Everyone has been really nice, and the energy at the studio is something I have come to count on when life reminds me that we are not in control. So thanks to all of you for contributing to this studio, and thank you to the teachers for guiding me through this process.