Audio Yoga Class: No Regrets

We all have the things in our life that really grind our gears, the things that we totally disdain, the things that get under our skin.  The worst days are the ones that throw only those kind of things our way.  Even worse is when we wake up in a bad mood, and then only those mentioned above things happen.

Those days are inevitable.  We are not guaranteed only good easy days.  On those “bad days” we will call them, we have a tendency to take it out on EVERY SINGLE PERSON in our path, or just the really lucky close friends.  We tend to land in reaction mode instead of responding mode.  We stop listening and start yelling as if volume will be the missing ingredient in this flopping cake.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a training facility for those especially shitty moments? So that the next time we get a hard ball thrown our way we have a few different maneuvers  in our arsenal designed to NOT take out the next person.

This series is designed to make you uncomfortable, push you to the edge and then smooth everything out.  An all levels practice with a focus on core, shoulders and stabilizing muscles of the torso.

Claire Baer

I am the meat and potatoes, caffeine and chocolate kind of yogi. I like a good glass of wine as much as a good Om. Yoga has always played a significant role in supporting my athletic lifestyle. In college, I majored in business management with a focus on advertising and marketing. While working at an advertising agency in Boulder Colorado I learned a valuable lesson: “you must sell the truth of the product.” The truth of the matter was, there wasn’t anything I believed in enough to commit to selling. On top of a mountain, while skiing I confessed this dilemma to my husband. His response seemed so simple, so obvious “why don’t you own a yoga studio?” Finally, I had found a way to combine my two passions: business and yoga. The next natural step was to formally go through yoga teacher training. At Core Power Yoga in Denver Colorado I received my 200 hour certification in Power Flow and Bikram styles; in addition, to children's yoga and prenatal. Then, after teaching and living in PA, Dana Barone offered me the opportunity of a lifetime: to become the new owner of Yoga Innovations. In 2012, we celebrated the birth of our first daughter, as well as the new business venture. I look forward to continuing to build the yoga culture in the south hills and sharing the passion I have for the practice- and maybe a tip or two on the juggling act we call life.

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