Michael Ayoub








Our Mission:

At Yallayoga, we believe that like any other technology, Yoga is for everyone. It’s our mission to train, teach and educate each student about the technology of yoga so that they can live a more comfortable life, one that exudes confidence, compassion, laughter and love. We do this by offering a variety of high quality yoga programs that meet people where they are; whatever age and walk of life. 

Yoga as a Life Style:
One consistent theme that threads through the yallayoga experience we offer- is a taste of the yogic life style and philosophy. We offer an array of services; from yogi tea and vegetarian meals to loose fitting yogi clothes, music and accessories. We place great emphasis on collaboration, sharing and learning and we seek to create a community of yogis and yoginis by offering communal meals, womens’ circles and retreats. We are connectors – and we will connect you with the yoga studio, retreat, training program and teacher that is right for you, locally or internationally.




New to Yoga?

The Myth: I have always been as stiff as cement, so I can’t do yoga.

    The Truth: Don’t worry if touching your toes seems impossible. The good news     is that with regular practice, yoga is extremely effective at improving flexibility.

The Myth: I tried a yoga class once, but it’s too slow and boring.

    The Truth: Some styles of yoga, such as Gentle are indeed slow paced, but     Flow or Vinyasa classes and see Kinky boots tickets offer a faster, dynamic pace and endless exciting     challenges.

Although you may have come to yoga to increase your flexibility, don’t be surprised to find that you are also sleeping more deeply then you have since high school, or are able to concentrate more easily at work. One you begin to practice yoga regularly you are likely to notice many of the following common changes:

You are about to understand for yourself why so many students walk out of yoga class sweaty and relaxed with a gigantic smile on their faces. However, just in case you are thinking that the most important part of getting ready to start yoga is already being flexible, you'll discover your real success will lie in finding the right class. Many of you will come to yoga after a long work day, while other may have just completed a high impact gym work out or a much lower impact popcorn-tv combo. Whatever you’re looking for, its best to be open to experiment and try new things until you find what is right for you. Our yoga teachers can also help you create a personal program.

DO arrive early Getting to class about 10 minutes early can help you settle in and align your attitude with the purpose of the class.

DO let your teacher know about injuries or conditions that might affect your practice If you are injured or tired, skip poses you can't or shouldn't do, or try a modified version of archive.






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