The Ohana Blog

Meditation 101: Meditation Styles

Meditation 101

The Need for Meditation We are living in the busiest time that humanity has ever known. Distractions are at every turn, whether they be from people around us or electronic devices. We often don’t realize it, but our attention is constantly competed for, by everything from billboard signs to TV ads to our children. Our…
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Our Mindfulness Journey Starts Here

It’s funny how once a word becomes a buzzword, its definition can start to muddle. Mindfulness is absolutely one of those words. By now, we’ve heard the word so many times that it’s almost natural to start tuning it out. Not because we are opposed to mindfulness, but because it’s vagueness gets a bit exhausting.…
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Are YOU The Most Mindful?

Within the last year, we’ve had two fitness challenges. Everyone was tasked with one challenge: complete 20 classes in 30 days. We thought that sounded like a lot, but guess what happened? You all crushed it easy-as-pie. Many of you accomplished anywhere from 30-40 classes during the challenge month! Honestly it was and still is…
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Yoga Practice and Continuing Education

What Your Yoga Practice Needs More Of

Humans are habitual creatures: hardcore yogis included! Everybody loves a routine, because it’s the closest thing we have to certainty. We like knowing what will come next so that we may be prepared, and so that we don’t have to deal with the fearful territory of the unknown. As we journey through our yoga practice,…
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Yoga For Kids: 7 Benefits To Get Excited About

We consider ourselves lucky to have children as a part of our expanding Ohana family. If you’re around our studio during the day, or sometimes after work, you’ll notice a lightness in the atmosphere. Much of this has to do with the kids buzzing around our Little Lychees Playroom. We love it: having little ones…
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200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Denver

Step Into The Flow: Our 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

There are a million different Yoga Teacher Training experiences and stories. Some people get into training to deepen their practice. Others want to learn to lead. Many have no idea why they sign up, but the reason unfolds beautifully over time. The experiences will vary for each student, but each will carry deep significance. Every…
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