7 Year Anniversary Celebrations!

7 Year Anniversary Celebrations!

This month marks 7 YEARS of The Green Yogi in Manhattan Beach. 7 years of yoga with YOU, our amazing yoga family. We’re honored to have spent these years growing with you and learning from you. THANK YOU for coming along on this journey with us. We love and appreciate each of you! To celebrate, we’re … Continue reading

Balancing Yoga and Pregnancy

Balancing Yoga and Pregnancy

We truly believe in the benefits of prenatal yoga and have a a lot of new options for mamas at The Green Yogi Berkeley! Prenatal yoga instructor (and a pregnant mama herself!) Julie Anne Stathis recently chatted with us about how she balances pregnancy and yoga, and we had to share some of her gems! Finding a balance to practice … Continue reading

45 Life Lessons

45 Life Lessons

Has anyone else noticed the later sunrises and earlier sunsets lately?! It may only be a few minutes, but we’re beginning to realize that summer is quickly giving way to fall. With every change of season, we find ourselves reflecting on things we accomplished and what we learned over the previous few months, and this … Continue reading

5 Reasons to do a Yoga Teacher Training (in BALI)!

5 Reasons to do a Yoga Teacher Training (in BALI)!

Green Yogi instructors Chelsea Rothert and Linda Baffa are heading to Ubud, Bali from January 16th – February 6th, 2017 to lead an intimate 3-week yoga training immersion! Come deepen your practice without distractions or daily life obligations; just living, eating, and breathing your yoga. Training is for anyone wanting to deepen their personal practice or those … Continue reading

11 Intentions To Inspire Your Next Yoga Practice

11 Intentions To Inspire Your Next Yoga Practice

In just about every yoga class, the instructor invites you to focus on an intention. As our teacher Anne Spinner is known to say, picture a blank canvas stretched out in front of you, and imagine painting your intention onto the white space. Imagine setting the painted canvas in front of you. Picture it throughout class, using your intention as inspiration … Continue reading