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You Can Alleviate Neck and Shoulder Pain

Reduce Neck and Shoulder Pain with Yoga

Want to know a little secret? Even yoga teachers have neck and shoulder pain sometimes. This pain comes from muscles that are too tight or too weak or both, imbalances, injuries, and long-standing holding patterns. We all spend way too much time sitting at computers, driving, and – lately — sitting on the sofa watching […]

The Bhagavad Gita: Timeless Wisdom for Yogis

Bhagavad Gita

Join Bill Mahony for a study of the Bhagavad Gita on Saturday, August 27 at The Bindu (20100 Zion St. Cornelius, NC) 12:00-5:30pm The Bhagavad Gita, Song of the Blessed One An epic conversation that took place over 2000 years ago, on an open field at the beginning of a battle, is as relevant today as the […]

International Yoga Day: Yoga is Getting a Bum Rap

Celebrate International Yoga Day at The Bindu

If you look online or on any other media, you’d think yoga is only practiced in perfect places by air-brushed bodies in high-priced yoga gear. This is not real-life yoga. And this is not yoga at The Bindu. Yoga at The Bindu We have carefully crafted our studio to provide an authentic experience of yoga […]

Five Reasons to Celebrate International Yoga Day at The Bindu

Celebrate International Yoga Day at The Bindu

International Yoga Day at The Bindu Sunday, June 26, 3:00 – 5:30 pm At The Bindu, everyone can enjoy the practice of yoga, and International Yoga Day is the perfect time to start.  Not sure you are ready for yoga?  Here are five fabulous reasons to give yoga – and The Bindu – a try! […]

Mala Beads for Meditation

Why Use Mala Beads for Meditation? We may think that we are good multitaskers, but the mind can actually only focus on one thing at a time — it is just very quick!  One of the most common difficulties in meditation is quieting the mind from bouncing from one thought to the next and not […]

Daily Ayurveda Practices for Vibrant Health 11-1-14

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Saturday, November 1st: 3 pm until 4:30 pm at The Bindu. Ayurveda means the science of life. A sister science to yoga, Ayurveda teaches us daily practices to help reduce the toxins (ama) in your body, increase your digestive fire (agni), clear the body’s channels (srotas), and build an abundance of essential, “vital nectar of life” (ojas). Through these practices, we restore wellness, feel good, look vibrant, and our bodies function at their prime level.

Beyond Foam Rolling 11-8-14

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ADVANCE SIGNUP REQUIRED! Beyond Foam Rolling: Therapeutic Solutions for Muscle Pain & Dysfunction for Yoga Teachers and Serious Yogis: Saturday, November 8th, 1-5 pm Learn about muscle dysfunction, causes & SIMPLE solutions as part of a Yoga Therapy program for you & your students. Learn how to identify, self-treat and teach self-treatment of dysfunctional muscles in the shoulders, neck, hips & low back, and more!

Bring your Family to Yoga on the Green

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The Bindu Hosts 3rd Annual Yoga on the Green Yoga and music event benefits Davidson Farmer’s Market on September 20, 2014 The Bindu and Carolinas HealthCare System are offering free yoga and live music on the Davidson Village Green in support of the Davidson Farmer’s Market on September 20, 2014 from 4-8pm.  Everyone is invited […]

Jessica Bowles, Thai Yoga Massage Therapist & Yoga Instructor

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We are delighted to welcome yoga teacher and Thai Yoga Massage Therapist, Jessica Bowles, to the Bindu teaching team. In addition to her skillful yoga teaching and extraordinary knowledge of the body, Jessica embodies the heart of great studentship – a deep commitment to continual learning. Jessica teaches a great stretching class on Thursdays at […]

Yoga doesn’t make running easier, but with yoga, I got easier with running…

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Written by Jessica King . . . One activity that I love just as much as yoga is running. This “love” has not always been in my life though. As an adolescent, I was an athlete, but I did not enjoy “exercise” exactly. I liked practices; I liked competition; I liked the social aspect of […]

Interview with Lisa Tendler, Yoga Instructor

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What draws you to teach at the Bindu? I am drawn to teach at the Bindu to expand and connect in the yoga community. I look forward to reconnecting with some of teachers and students that I used to be around when Kelley had her other studio. What advice do you have for people first […]