September 2018: Student Spotlight

Sometimes it’s hard to put into words the profound affects yoga can have on your life, but Donna does it beautifully. Read her Student Spotlight to learn more...

August 2018: Student Spotlight

A yogi with a big heart, Neona has a special place in ours. Read her Student Spotlight to learn more...

June 2018: Student Spotlight

Even if you don’t know her name, chances are you’ve seen Peg in class. She’s the one on her mat, day after day, inspiring us with her enthusiasm to learn, generous smile, and humble nature. Read more...

Announcement New Ownership

One of my favorite quotes is 'The only thing constant, is change,' and Yoga Vie is no exception. It's time for the studio to grow and change...for the better! So, it's with a happy and excited heart that I announce, as of April 1, 2018, Michael-Lyn McBride is the new owner of Yoga Vie. For the last 6 months, Michael-Lyn and I have worked tirelessly to make the ownership transition quick and seamless; and I can confirm, it was definitely a success. I am both excited, and ready, for the next chapter of Yoga Vie, and I hope you are too! Read more…

April 2018: Student Spotlight

Dedicated yogi and teacher, Deborah will be the first to tell you she's come a long way on her yoga journey. Her transformation and dedication has inspired us! Read more...

February 2018: Student Spotlight

Always greeting us with a smile, we can't help but feel the energy when Angela enters the studio! Her down-to-earth nature and willingness to try anything keeps us inspired, and her humor keeps us chuckling. We are so lucky to have her as part of our wonderful yoga community, and LOVE her point of view on yoga!

December 2017: Student Spotlight

As teachers, we often find inspiration in our students. Their light, drive, and curiosity inspire us to learn more about yoga and about ourselves. Sharmin is one of those students. Always ready with a great question after class, signing up for private lessons, or continuing to deepen her practice, she has inspired us all! It is truly a joy to have her at Yoga Vie.

Why do we assume the worst?

Recently, I've noticed a pattern in those around me. I encounter situations where people assume the worst. About what? Anything and everything. BUT WHY? Is it conditioning? The good ole nature versus nurture argument. Is this a trait with which we are born OR are we taught to behave this way? Maybe a more important question is, how do we change this pattern of negative thinking?

November 2017: Student Spotlight

We recently sat down with Helen to chat about her yoga journey, and the role yoga plays in her life. Here is what she had to say...