Our Passion, Our Mission

Monday, August 26, 2019

 

At NEXT yoga, we believe that yoga is for everybody and every body; all ages, all

sizes and all lifestyles can embrace the physical, mental, and healing power of yoga.

Making yoga accessible to everyone empowers students to mirror their studio practice

into their daily lives.

Balance, strength, and wellness are our priority.

What’s yours?

Do you practice yoga to achieve physical strength, physiological health, mental health,

emotional balance, better performance at work, at home, or on the basketball court? We

are dedicated to provide an environment that meets the needs of each of our students.

NEXT yoga classes challenge students to bring their practice to new heights, on and off

the mat. Our studio and instructors’ purpose is to promote personal awareness,

confidence, and strength.

You will sweat. You will get stronger. You will be faster, leaner and healthier. We

believe that yoga is the answer to achieving your personal goals and to providing you

with overall health, peace, and well-being for the rest of your life.

It is this passion for yoga that transcends us from just giving our students a great

workout.

At the end of the day, when life has given you as much as you can take, what’s next?


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