Monday Motivation 36

“The Stretch Gazette” is a special collection of weekly posts which feature popular and original Yoga articles, quotes, pictures, and other inspirational material. Every Monday, The Twisted Monkey will bring you some motivation through Words of Wisdom, yoga facts and tips, along with news and updates from our Yoga Studio. You can subscribe to “The Stretch Gazette” and receive email notifications of new posts by entering your email in the box found on the sidebar. Namaste.

Words of Wisdom


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Yoga Facts


Yoga Poses


Studio News…

~Our Teacher Training Registration is now closed. Look out for our Spring Session registration to open up next month! Classes will take place from January to June 2015. This is a great opportunity for those looking to deepen their yoga practice or interested in becoming a certified yoga instructor. For more details and registration CLICK HERE or click on the Teacher Training page tab above.  Additional questions? Email us at

~We are still looking for people interested in our Work Study program. If you are able to donate at least two hours of clerical and cleaning duties on Tuesdays and/or Wednesdays b/w 5 and 8:30pm you can earn free yoga classes! For details and more information please email us at

~Have you purchased your tickets to instructor Veronica’s Beef & Beer this coming Friday? Proceeds help benefit her fundraising efforts to build a school in Africa with the buildOn organization! Read her story: HERE  Tickets are available at the studio. Cost is $25 per person. Hope to see you there!

~The Twisted Monkey is proud to present our first PRANAYAMA WORKSHOP! Cost is $15 per person and sign-up are available at the studio. On Saturday October 11th 1pm-3pm, join us for:

Not All Breath Is Created Equal: 


An Introduction to Pranayama, an Instrument for Being



Breathing is essential for us to live…but not all breath is created equal. In this workshop, we begin to bring awareness to our own breath so that we may breathe more consciously.  


We will explore Pranayama (yogic breathing techniques) that: awaken the mind, build inner fire, cool the body, balance the spirit, and cleanse the lungs.


We will discuss how we can: utilize this instrument in deepening our yoga practice as well as improving all areas of our lives. 


~Comments, Concerns or Questions? Email us at

~Have a great week!


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