I obviously think this^^ is a very catchy title. I wrote an article for Yoganonymous (a now defunct yoga news site) back in 2013. I had since forgotten, but just rediscovered it while trying to find the flyer I was working on for my upcoming Yoga workshop of a very similar title (Feb 17th: register … Continue reading For the Love of Yoga
Gift ideas for all your favorite folks, Ashley Flowers Yoga style!
Thanks to Maryna from bookyogaretreats.com for reaching out and sharing this article with 5 Tips for Your First Yoga Class. I aim to keep my classes super open and welcoming for beginners and advanced practitioners alike but if you are still feeling nervous read on to check out some of these great tips! Yoga is … Continue reading Guest Post: 5 Tips for Beginner Yogis
Nurture your body, mind, and spirit for the rest of 2017 with a yoga workshop a month.
Get the low down on Goat Yoga at Smiling Hill Farm with Ashley Flowers Yoga.
Do something different this father's day weekend! Dad visiting? You're a dad and want to do something special for yourself? Want to take some quiet time and appreciate your dad? If you answered yes, join me (and my pops!) on fathers day weekend for a relaxing, outdoor yoga class in Payson Park. Class is appropriate … Continue reading Dad Yoga!
I just announced the winner for a free private yoga session with yours truly (congrats Saisie!) and I was thinking about how jazzed I would have been (heck, would still be) to win a free private yoga lesson. Let me tell you why: Whether you are new to yoga or have been practicing for years everyone … Continue reading Why Private Yoga Lessons are Great
Dear Yoga Students, I want you to have a great experience every time you walk into one of my classes. I want you to leave feeling relaxed and limber and like all your tightness has melted away. I never want your yoga practice to be painful, or for your body to hurt (the bad kind) … Continue reading Improve your Yoga with the Art of Alignment
New. Years. Resolutions. We all think about them at this time of year. Thinking about what we didn't do, how we can do better... New plan... Let's all look back at 2016 and remember the things that are already going great!
Instead of spending your time this holiday season shopping for gifts, look within yourself for the gifts that you already have to offer... Join me for the "Give the Gift of Peace" Workshop!