These are challenging times, but with the support of each other we have so much to be grateful for. Effective now, Illinois enters into Tier 3 Resurgence Mitigations, which means we will pause our in-studio yoga classes. Our amazing NEXT yoga instructors will continue to teach virtual classes. Because it’s difficult to replace the heat and humidity in our homes, we will host a few “Private Instruction” Traditional Hot classes which are limited to 5 students. Please look at our temporary schedule at next-yoga.com.Read more »
· Opens the chest and abdomen
· Lessens stress and quiets the mind
· Enhances flexibility in shoulders, arms, chest, and upper back
· Improves posture Read more »
Sacha Inchi is the perfect snack for a supercharged lifestyle. Sacha Inchi (also known as sacha peanut or mountain peanut) is native to South America and Southeast Asia, and can be found at almost any Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s supermarkets. This amazing seed is packed with more complete protein and healthy Omega 3 oils than any other nut or seed. It is one of the best vegan sources of this essential fatty acid, plus protein, Vitamin A, and Vitamin E.
Sacha Inchi can help to boost muscle growth, protect your brain, and lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
- Increases mental clarity
- Improves mood
- Improves vision and eye health
- Promotes healthy skin and hair
- Reduces risk of cancer
- Increases bone strength
- Reduces inflammation
- Improves focus and concentration
NEXT yoga studios are OPEN!!
We have a whole new set of safety protocols we are implementing to keep everyone healthy. You should have gotten an email with the new guidelines but if you haven’t, please email email@example.com
. Our studios will be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected between each class.
Not ready to join us in person quite yet? That’s completely okay! Make sure to take advantage of our virtual membership special of only $39 a month (normally $49).
Looking for a yoga instructor course "near me?" Contact Lauren Duncan - Email: Lauren@next-yoga.com
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Essential oils are made from powerful plants and have best parts of them in there, like their leaves, rinds, herbs, and barks. Manufacturers use different ways to turn them into oils. They are mostly found in lotions or bath gels for topical use. If you know how to use them properly, they not only have calming effects as aromatherapy, but health benefits as well. Always check the label and ask your doctor if you’re not sure if they’re OK for you to use.Read more »
This is a great pose for increasing flexibility in the wrists and the full version (with the top leg raised perpendicular to the floor) opens the hips and hamstrings. Vasisthasana also helps with balance, which improves focus and concentration. Side Plank Pose is an excellent preparation pose for more challenging arm balances.
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One day... just like that...
You'll find your light.
You'll embrace your power.
You'll gently shake the world
and just like that...
The game will change.Read more »
The 206 bones of the skeleton comprise the body’s supporting internal framework. Various bone types make up the human body.
· Stores calcium and phosphorus necessary for strength, flexibility, nerve and muscle function
· Anchors for our muscles
· Marrow inside long and flat bones creates 2.5 million new red blood cells each second, which facilitates the transfer of oxygen to our lungs to our tissues
· Spine supports and stabilizes the upper body and houses the spinal cord. Read more »
Is it safe to practice yoga if you have breast cancer?
Yoga can not only be an effective, low-impact exercise, but it has also been shown in numerous studies to reduce fatigue and improve both physical and mental function and quality of sleep in cancer patients. Yoga can be restorative and gentle and you likely can, and should, exercise at all stages of your cancer diagnosis — before, during, and after radiation, hormonal, and targeted therapies, as well as during and after chemotherapy and surgery. However, you will need to discuss your planned physical activity with your doctor before you undertake a new routine, especially if you recently had surgery.
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3 Main Benefits of HIIT:
· Oxygen booster - increases your VO2 max, which is the amount of oxygen your body can use and is an indicator of cardio fitness
· Fat burner – calories are burnt not only during your workout, but hours after from consuming excess post-exercise oxygen (EPOC)
· Time saver - you can fit it into a lunch break. And while it’s hard work, the short, sharp challenge of HIIT ensures you’ll never get bored with your trainingRead more »
Learn foundational tools to build core strength and alignment in some of the most exilerating poses in Yoga. Get past the fear and experience the benefits of empowering your mind, body, and spirit. In this workshop, you'll be learning headstand, forearm stand, and handstand.
NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED. Wherever you are...you are!Read more »