Yoga in Opportunity


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  • The Mat
    Jan Long and Barb Oviatt, owners of The Mat in Liberty Lake, bring their own fitness specialties to the gym, which has won or been a finalist in the Spokane CityVoter Best of Spokane awards every year since 2012. Long specializes in Baptiste-style power yoga, an intensive practice that builds strength and flexibility. She offers modifications on her exercises, of course, and teaches plenty of classes that focus on gentle, restorative postures. Oviatt, on the other hand, brings 30 years of experience in taekwondo to the table, so it's no surprise that she teaches classes in kickboxing. She also focuses on health and nutrition, advising clients to only eat foods they can lift without any help.
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    21651 East Country Vista Drive
    Liberty Lake, WA US
  • Harmony Yoga Spokane
    Alison Rubin first discovered yoga when she moved across the world, leaving England behind for sunny Southern California in 1972. She fell, or steadily posed, head over heels for the ancient exercise form, eventually earning her teaching certification in 1984 when she moved to Spokane. Now, with 40 years and myriad certifications under her belt, she leads a dedicated troupe of instructors who teach Hatha-style classes within a cozy studio, winning Best Yoga Studio by The Pacific Northwest Inlander in 2009 and 2010. They lead a lineup of classes that accommodate a spectrum of skill levels, ranging from newcomers to Twister world champions.
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    1717 W 6th Ave
    Spokane, WA US
  • Yarrow Hot Yoga & Wellness Studio
    Though every class is heated at Yarrow Hot Yoga & Wellness Studio, you can still choose just how hot you like it. Baptiste yoga classes keep the room at 95 degrees for their flowing sequences, which stress upper-body work and invigorating cardio exercise. During Bikram-inspired classes, though, the heat rises to 105 degrees. The higher temperature helps to loosen muscles as students rehearse 26 poses and two breathing exercises, meant to progressively stretch each body part without forcing students to do the hokey-pokey in slow motion. Both class styles build flexibility, balance, and strength?as do the other services conducted by the multitalented staff. These wellness offerings range from myofascial-release treatments to massages and physical therapy. Hands-on procedures are always customized, and vary when it comes to pressure; for example, craniosacral therapy entails light touch, whereas deep-tissue massage uses focused pressure to release tension. Outside of its appointments, the studio's commitment to health reaches beyond the individual. Its boutique stocks apparel made from organic fabrics without the use of sweatshops, and its eco-friendly construction elements ensure a low impact on the earth.
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    412 W Boone Ave.
    Spokane, WA US
  • The Union Yoga & Spin
    At The Union, instructors combine a unique yoga practice with party-like spin sessions. Rather than relying on a Zen-centric atmosphere filled with meditation and quiet, The Union puts its yoga to a thumping beat. Spin classes too turn things up with beats-infused music. Instructors espouse a philosophy of "power through," using the energetic ambience to encourage students to push just a little harder than they might in a traditional workout.
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    121 West Pacific Avenue
    Spokane, WA US
  • Life Center Therapies for Well Being
    Life Center Therapies for Well Being is a luxury day spa in Coeur D Alene that offers both innovative and relaxing spa treatments. This spa offers a selection of signature massages, all of which provide full relaxation. The expert medical staff at this spa also offers the choice of alternative services, including physiotherapy. For those extra tough times, Life Center Therapies for Well Being is there to help restore calm and balance to your mind and body, so feel free to stop by when you need it most.
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    1319 N Government Way
    Coeur D Alene, ID US
  • Zest Hot Yoga
    After twisting their bodies through various positions in a sweltering hot studio for more than an hour, yoga practitioners at Zest Hot Yoga would probably welcome a slap in the face by a snowman. Luckily, with Lake Pend Orielle just a short walk away, it doesn't have to come to that. Zest encourages its clients to cool off with a dip in the lake after bending their bodies into 26 different Bikram yoga postures or various Vinyasa positions. And if that doesn't sound appealing, Zest welcomes practitioners in need of a cool breeze to venture to the side patio garden or lower-rear terraced garden overlooking the creek. Such intense heat may sound drastic, but it helps increase flexibility while flushing out toxins. The hot yoga classes can also help people tone their muscles, strengthen their spines, and quiet their minds.
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    100 North 1st Avenue
    Sandpoint, ID US

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