Yoga in Corpus Christi


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  • Yoga Studio of Corpus Christi
    The instructors at Yoga Studio of Corpus Christi help students focus their minds and calibrate them to their bodies. Thoughtful breathing exercises and strength-building poses are consistently the vehicles toward mental and physical balance, although the studio offers diverse challenges across 14 different class types ranging from 65 to 90 minutes each. Those just starting out can learn the ropes in a beginners session, whereas yogis looking for more intense workouts can attend Hatha flow classes, which build core strength and improve stamina through continuous movement and by teaching pupils how to apply papier mâché to their midsections. During hot-yoga classes, the instructors crank up the thermostat to 97.8 degrees, helping to loosen stiff muscles and joints, encourage detoxification, and increase flexibility during Vinyasa flow movements.
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    513 Clifford St.
    Corpus Christi, TX US
  • Crossroads Yoga
    In keeping with its name, Crossroads Yoga acts as a meeting place for yoga practitioners of all backgrounds, ages, and skill sets. The certified instructors believe that devotion to yoga is an ever-evolving process that benefits from new experiences and styles. They draw upon their diverse training backgrounds, which include extensive traveling and lessons from yoga experts, during private and group classes. They also invite guest teachers to present a range of disciplines during workshops. Practice takes place atop hardwood floors within a picturesque pink-and-white house whose porch bears seasonal decorations.
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    5830 McArdle Rd.
    Corpus Christi, TX US
  • Yoga Chicks Studio
    Yoga Chicks Studio owner Danna Garland and her team of instructors support their clients' fitness goals with yoga, Pilates, and Zumba classes. The team leads classes in a nurturing, nonjudgmental environment where women of all ages and skill levels can focus on learning poses or burning calories without feeling self-conscious. Teachers also support students physically as well as emotionally, providing hands-on support to keep pupils motivated when honing their balance, flexibility, and Zumba faces.
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    1907 East Red River Street
    Victoria, TX US
  • Padre Paddle
    Standup paddleboards afford views unmatched by their made-for-sitting brethren, the kayak and canoe. But that’s only part of the reason Padre Paddle touts standup paddleboarding (SUP) lessons and rentals as its sole offering. SUP also works the core muscles and can be picked up by athletes of all ages and skill levels. To keep riders from sliding off into the open arms of an unwanted mermaid admirer the boards used at Padre Paddle are topped with a soft grip inspired by yoga mats. This surface is also handy for SUP yoga classes, which welcome students to hold poses atop the water about an hour before sunset.
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    15261 Cartagena Ct.
    Corpus Christi, Texas US
  • MyYogaOnline.com
    “Yoga is an intimate opportunity to connect with the inherent elements of joy, freedom, and expansion,” says Kreg Weiss, one third of My Yoga Online’s founding team. This philosophy drives the company’s diverse teaching staff, who star in an online archive of instructional yoga videos ranging from beginner-friendly Hatha yoga to more advanced modalities. This system effectively gives members a portable yoga studio they can access from their computers and most mobile devices. In addition, members can also check out videos on Pilates, dance, and meditation. In an effort to transform its far-flung members into a cohesive community, My Yoga Online also hosts a vibrant online community where members can post personal milestones and share tips and tricks with one another. The company’s most recent addition to their wellness services is the Whole Health section, which gives members personalized guidance on topics such as weight loss and stress reduction.
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    1301 E Rio Grande
    Victoria, TX US
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