Why Yoga and Meditation Are Important Forms of Self-Care

by Cassie Steele In a 2017 stress survey conducted by the American Psychological Association, 75% of American adults reported feeling “at least one symptom of stress in the past month.” Additionally, it is estimated that “one in five American adults [have] experienced a mental health issue.” With so many people suffering from stress and mental health … Continue reading

Our hero for October, Nikki Roy

Our hero for October, Nikki Roy

Our hero for October: Nikki Roy Number of classes taken since the beginning of the year: 91 Occupation: Court reporter Fun fact about me: Love to cook and golf! Charity name: Planned Parenthood. Why did you choose this charity: Planned Parenthood is a safe place for teens to get fair-minded exploration of sexual issues. What keeps you committed to … Continue reading

Our Hero for August, Lauren Coniglio

Our Hero for August, Lauren Coniglio

OCCUPATION: Former executive turned homemaker…loving my adult gap year. FUN FACT ABOUT YOU: I started practicing at The Green Yogi the first week the studio opened in October 2009. WHAT KEEPS YOU COMMITED TO YOUR PRACTICE? Yoga keeps me strong both physically and mentally. A good workout combined with lots of deep breaths and positive affirmations … Continue reading

Our Hero for July: Kevin Blair

  Nickname: KB Classes Taken: 96 since the beginning of the year Occupation: Capital Markets/Trading for Liquid Venture Partners Charity: National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc. FUN FACT: I commute weekly from the Bay Area to Manhattan Beach. FAVORITE INSTRUCTOR & WHY: I love Anne Spinner’s class- what I like is that I get my butt … Continue reading