How to Make Time for Yoga

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In order to make time for anything in your life there has to be a sacrifice, hard work, and dedication. Making time is not easy but that’s also a benefit from it. If you are working towards a yoga practice the benefits will be there to help you along the way. Here are a few […]

Toni Lock

I have been studying Tai Chi and Qigong since 1997 with Master Sifu Jerry Gardner, who was the co-owner of Red Lotus School of Movement in Salt Lake City, Utah. In January 2009, I became a Sifu, as well, and I am now recognized as Sifu Toni. Sifu is pronounced “see-fu” and means teacher. With […]

Rebecca Deighan

“If you get the inside right, the outside will take care of itself” – Eckart Tolle. This simple phrase may sum up my philosophy and life’s work. What started as a dare from a friend to take a yoga class, turned into seven years of practicing and ultimately teaching yoga. Yoga provides both physical and […]

Julie Merwin

Julie grew up in Connecticut, and moved to Utah in 1996 after graduating from Springfield College, in Massachusetts with a Bachelors degree in Health/Fitness. A competitive gymnast for 17 years, she transitioned to rock climbing, and eventually co-owned a climbing gym. Julie has experience coaching gymnastics, climbing, general fitness in both clinical and recreational gym […]

Joi Straaten

Joi is a plant-eating, dog-rescuing, moon-worshipping, extroverted hippie at heart. She did her first yoga class at 13, and nearly 30 years later, she decided to share her love of yoga with others, training with Centered City Yoga in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Joi uses her knowledge of Yin, Restorative, Hatha and Vinyasa to create […]

Jeff Jones

I am a traveling yoga instructor and practitioner from California. While I study all forms of Yoga, my journey began with Bikram Yoga in 2011. I have been involved in athletics from a young age, but there was a period in my life where I was not active or taking care of my health. During […]

Heather Sky

Heather Sky has always had a veracious love of learning, and considers herself an eternal student—continually attending trainings, immersions, and workshops to improve her understanding of functional anatomy and biomechanical principles. Heather isn’t one for titles and accolades, but she discovered these areas of study after questioning the impact of some yoga traditions, and is […]

Caryn Ziegler

Caryn was raised by her grandmother in the foothills of the Tennessee Appalachia Mountains. Caryn spent a decade studying martial arts and after graduating from college, went on to be a federal law enforcement officer. She soon realized that her body, mind, and soul needed something much different. Caryn then began her study of yoga, […]

What We Wish You Knew As A Beginner

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Advice for the Beginner Yogi or anyone who needs a friendly reminder! Trying something new can be intimidating. The cliché yoga class you’ll see on TV shows a bunch of fit, young, women in their Lululemon’s in a class practicing twisty poses that most of the population would never think of trying. We’re here to […]

Sarah’s Nut Mylk Recipe

Sarah teaches us how to make homemade almond nut mylk using only two ingredients! This recipe is clean, paleo, vegan, keto, Whole30 & delicious! Customize your nut mylk for smoothies, baking, or even cereal and feel good that you’re using clean, simple ingredients. Feeling chocolately? Try adding cacao powder, maple syrup (or your fave sweetener), […]

Celebrity Yogi Benjamin Sears in Utah

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This weekend long immersion will help you explore and connect your yoga practice like never before.

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