Give your body the ammunition it needs to heal. A complete lifestyle reboot that applies yoga as an evidenced-based tool to manage your relationship with cancer, examine the core elements that can aid in recovery and reduce risk of recurrence. The curriculum includes exercises, breath work, meditation, mindset, nutrition and killer resources that are proven methods towards a better way to live. This program is for anyone who is or was dealing with cancer or who wants to take proactive and preventative steps now. more »
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Calling on people who are ready to raise the bar and access deeper dimensions! Invigorating movement & dynamic poses that move beyond one’s comfort zone to break through fear, doubt and assumed limitations. This intensive curriculum is designed to: detox, cleanse, empower, strengthen, build stamina, increase endurance and ramp up resilience. Ignite the fire, transform your health, and sweat out the toxic overload! more »
Nothing is more of a drag than poor health or annoying injuries so at the very least remember that all that you learn on your mat will help you learn how to walk, run, dance, swim, hike, think, breathe the right way.
Remember that while strength and speed have their place, dexterity, coordination, agility, focus, efficiency and range of motion are just some of the other tools that are required for optimal movement. Because yoga is so all-inclusive, yoga fills in the gaps of your training, speeds recovery and ensures that you don’t have any weak links in your musculo-skeletal system.
It’s play for adults, who never get to stand on one foot and pretend they’re a tree. It lets you try new things without fear. It’s a chance to meet like-minded people and learn something new. It teaches you about yourself..more »
Arthur Boorman was a disabled veteran of the Gulf War for 15 years, and was told by his doctors that he would never be able to walk on his own, ever again.
He stumbled upon an article about Yoga and decided to give it a try. Even though doctors told him walking would never happen, Arthur was persistent. He fell many times, but kept going ..
His story is proof, that we cannot place limits on what we are capable of doing, because we often do not know our own potential. Neither Arthur nor Dallas knew what he would go on to accomplish, but this video speaks for itself. In less than a year, Arthur completely transformed his life.
Do not waste any time thinking you are stuck – you can take control over your life, and change it faster than you might think. Hopefully this story can inspire you to follow your dreams – whatever they may be .. and then there’s Ellen.. more »
As Maria Robinson once said, “Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending.” Nothing could be closer to the truth. But before you can begin this process of transformation you have to stop doing the things that have been holding you back.
Here are some ideas to get you started.. 1. Stop spending time with the wrong people. – Life is too short to spend time with people who suck the happiness out of you.
Anxiety is the body and mind’s response to a dangerous or distressing situation. Everyone experiences some degree of anxiety at some time. However, anxiety can occur persistently, often triggered by vague notions of a threat, and interfere with normal activities. When this happens, it’s called an anxiety disorder.
Modalities such as meditation, homeopathy, yoga, breathwork, herbs and other therapies offer a holistic approach towards treating the source of the problem rather than the symptoms.
Ask nearly any smoker or ex-smoker why cigarettes are so addicting and they’ll probably say, “It’s the nicotine.” But delve further into the hook, and what is revealed is that most smokers breathe quite differently while smoking than they do when they’re not, aiding in relaxation by simply engaging in the same inhale – hold – exhale rhythm, sometimes 500 times a day.
This pattern for many can be considered meditation, used for reflection or forward-thinking time, and when most people attempt to quit smoking cold turkey, they don’t even think about what they’re “missing.”
Yoga instructors are the first to tell you that breathing is core to a healthy lifestyle. Therefore, despite the fact that cigarettes are loaded with addictive chemicals and nicotine, the breathing pattern is part of the “escape” for smokers. more →
It should be obvious that more is not necessarily better.. but some of us just don’t get it because ‘more’ means.. more, right?
Well theres good news and bad news.
over-exercising can increases the release of cortisol (stress hormone) and decreases DHEA. Over training also increases free radical production and weakens the immune system…
** everything in moderation **
I hate to be a buzz kill right before the holidays, but you need to shape up. For starters, STOP all that sitting, take off those clunky shoes, dump the poor posture and stop slacking in the exercise department.. and thats just for starters.
The above said cultural norms are the culprits for our aching backs among other things. In a super nutshell here’s why our backs get burdened so often..
Our weak core and poor posture result in a collapsed front body and a strained weak back body. Visualize the familiar collapsed front, rolled in shoulders, rounded back.. (think computer work, driving, TV watching, texting, ugh.. )
ThirdEye offers cohesive one-on-one sessions for fitness, maintenance or therapeutic curriculums integrating: strengthening, flexibility, balance, endurance and stamina, range of motion, stress management, mindfulness and attitude, mental and creative focus, nutritional guidance and lifestyle recommendations. We design a practice that resonates with you on all levels and can be redefined each time you’re on the mat. more »
By far the best
This is by far the best yoga experience I have had. It’s amazing how just a tiny adjustment can make such a difference. – Suzanne […]
Well worth it
Even as someone who has done quite a lot of yoga over the years, this was well worth it. I didn’t realize how much I […]
..and a great understanding of anatomy and mind body connection. This is the first time I’ve ever practiced yoga where it carried over into real […]
Tailors the experience to each student
A really unique and valuable approach to yoga – Jen H.
These classes have helped me to change my lifestyle in so many beneficial ways – posture, alignment, breathing, control of stress. – Ashley M.
Hooked from day one
If you are a beginner who is hesitant to try a group class because you are intimidated or if you are experienced with yoga and […]
Hooked. A major shift in my daily yoga practice
I was hurting myself a lot because I wasn’t getting the adjustments I needed. I’m already doing things I didn’t think I could do, which […]
Approachable & fun
It mollified my fears and more importantly made yoga approachable, fun and part of my every day routine – the way it is meant to […]
A new lease on life
I’m a 69 year old woman and since I’ve been going to Thirdeye I feel like I have a new lease on life – Rita
Has taught me SO much about yoga
Not a day goes by that I don’t recall the healthy directions to improve mind & body as a balanced unit. – Steph P.
Consistently eye-opening and refreshing
One of the best things that I’ve done for myself recently – Maya M.
HUGE stepping stone in my healing
I have been applying what I have learned DAILY! – Maria
Contagious. Highly recommended!
The enthusiasm for Yoga as a practical and accessible aspect of one’s life is contagious. – Malik S.
I came away energized, balanced, and empowered
I’m grateful for helping to really grasp the “why,” the “how,” and the rhythm of their own practice. – Nique M.
So fond of the practice
I had no idea that when I signed up that I would become so fond of the practice. I now have private sessions three times […]
You really can’t beat the experience.
It helped me to stop trying to “succeed” at it, and just DO it, which in turn allowed me to grow in it. – Michelle […]
An abundance of knowledge
I was able to delve deeper into my personal practice, gain discipline and the attention I was just not getting else where. – Sormeh F.
Truly a lifestyle
I’ve learned that yoga is more than just cycling through a series of poses. It’s truly a lifestyle, a mindset, a relationship between your mind […]
I’d found who I had been searching for
I leave each session invigorated and wanting more. – Linda C.
I have learned so much
I have learned so much about my body and how to use proper mechanics. – Joel M.
This is the best yoga experience I have ever had.
A very rewarding experience. One I can take with me and apply to my everyday life. – Dee Dee C.
Real instruction and information
I felt like I wasn’t really ‘learning’ yoga and instead was just ‘doing’. ThirdEye Yoga focuses on real instruction and information so you can have […]
The energy and focus push me further than ever before while the increased attention points out bad habits that were holding my practice and power […]
One of the best things to happen in my life
I came with many pain issues, 2 surgeries and a tortoise pace. Total beginner. I feel empowered and stronger. It is one of the best […]
By far the best yoga experience
I’ve tried other places and this is by far the best yoga experience I’ve ever had. I’ve been going for almost a year now. – […]
This is THE place to learn
If you don’t know how to do yoga, this is THE place to learn. If you THINK you know how to do yoga, this is […]
A ton of useful information
I have developed a confident practice that helps me not only in yoga but in other sports as well. – Michelle N.
Each and every session is a gift!
Each step of the way I feel safe and cared about while I am learning. – Patricia H.
I am blessed to have found this studio
They don’t make enough stars on the chart for this studio. – Christine S.
A ton of personal attention in every pose..
I’ve been practicing yoga in Los Angeles for over 10 years, and nothing beats my experience – N. W.