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      Hey, Gang!
        Cheers to the New Year! We hope you’re ready for a fresh start, and what better way than with your yoga community!

      Have you tried our new class yet?

      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:

      Acceptance

      The New Year is here, and it is time to accept a new beginning. Don’t stress yourself about new years resolutions or goals, but accept where you are in your life right now and come to peace with the urge to make dramatic changes in your life. Just do your best, and don’t worry about the rest.

      “You control your future, your destiny. What you think about comes about. By recording your dreams and goals on paper, you set in motion the process of becoming the person you most want to be. Put your future in good hands – your own.” – Mark Victor Hansen

      Pose of the Month:

      Three-Legged Dog

      Sanskrit:

      Adho Mukha Svanasana

       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:

      Eileen Adams

      I am a reading specialist and I am an interventionist at Syms Middle School in Hampton. I am from Louisiana and have lived in Virginia since 1984. I have been working on my doctorate in education for the last four years and will (finally) graduate in December of this year.
      I had two big reasons for practicing yoga. The most obvious was that I was concerned with my SLOW recovery from ankle reconstructive surgery in 2015. I wanted to increase my strength and balance. Also, my persistent limp was causing chronic pain on my back and I knew that yoga would help alleviate all of my symptoms. The second reason was the aforementioned Ph.D…..I was STRESSED, and I knew that yoga was an answer to the mental weight I was carrying around with me. Now, I am stronger, more flexible and mostly without pain in my back. I am able to relax and sleep at night! I stand taller and people comment on the changes – this is how I recruit new members. More people should practice yoga! (As an aside, my blood pressure is usually about 120/70, but it is around 100/50 after a yoga class.)
      My favorite thing about practicing at Tribal Yoga is the wonderful community of teachers and students. I learn from the instructors and from the other students and I have formed relationships with other community members.TRIBAL YOGA IS AWESOME!