With a new year, new you mentality, many people make health commitments to start the new year on the right foot. Beyond eating well and working out, one of the best gifts you can give yourself is time to focus on your mental health. Yoga not offers the physical benefit of improving flexibility and strength but also holistically increases mindfulness, concentration, and healing. If you’re looking to namaslay the new year here’s where to start being purposeful and present.
Yoga at Cattail Marsh
Wake up and flow while taking advantage of the beautiful Texas winter weather and incredible landscape with FREE yoga at Cattail. Whether you’ve never stepped foot on a mat or practice daily, these low impact workouts focus on breathing and poses that soothe the body and mind. Classes are offered a few weekends a month – check their Facebook page for details.
With classes in all styles and skill levels from vinyasa to restorative, challenge and flow, at Love Yoga they believe the practice of yoga isn’t one size fits all and strike a balance between movement and stillness. Their punch cards are currently 30-50% off through mid-December so set your intentions for the new year now.
Satya Rising Studio
If you’re a bit self-conscious or more into a privately guided practice, Satya offers both group classes and one-on-one workshops in yoga, meditation, and massage with a focus on energy alignment and healing. Unique classes include chanting and sacred sounds and communication through body language.
Beaumont Power Yoga
With a motto of, “Give this world good energy,” Beaumont Power Yoga’s studio is warmed with infrared heat, which enhances the practice by providing a therapeutic, deep penetrating and detoxifying space. Classes offered include fire, mindful, vinyasa, hatha and flow, which are designed to improve stamina, vitality, energy, and weight loss for both beginner and advanced yogis.
Sound of Soul Yoga
An Eastern medical practice supplemented by Western research and schooling, Sound of Soul is yoga therapy for injury recovery, trauma, chronic stress, and physical ailments. Taught by a nurse who intimately understands the intersection of anatomy and physiology, it’s a multidimensional approach to health and well-being. She offers weekly group classes in flow, creative energy, strength, restorative, and unwind along with private massage and mala workshops.