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This post was originally written for The Heart of Hillsborough magazine. I’ve never been very good at New Years’ Resolutions, and I think I’m in good company. Our resolutions often come from “should” – I should really exercise more, I should lose 5 or 10 pounds,...
This post was originally written for The Heart of Hillsborough magazine. We are more than just muscles and bones. Fascia is the name for the connective tissue that runs through our bodies, connecting bones to bones and bones to muscles (and much more). In fact, 30%...
This post was contributed by Harry Cline of newcaregiver.org How to Use Meditation and Yoga to De-Stress Caregivers and Seniors Providing care for a senior loved one is such a noble expression of love. As time goes by, however, this arrangement can also be filled with...
Do you struggle getting out of bed in the morning? I remember when Yin Yoga was my solution for winding down at the end of the day. It was a gift to myself when I worked it into my busy schedule. Over the past year, Yin Yoga snuck into my morning routine. It is not a gift but a requirement. Get up on the best side of the bed How do I guarantee it’s part of my day? I eliminate the hassle of finding a place to do it. I do these poses in bed as I wake up. Sometimes I drift back to sleep in a pose. It allows me to begin my day with a bit more energy. Give it a try.
I spent the last weekend of October at a massage therapy training, learning how to re-program motor pathways by simply showing the body that something is not quite right. It was a fascinating example of how our perspective defines what we see. It struck me, more than once, how similar this neuro-muscular reprogramming work is to the work of yoga.
Transitions October is a month of transition. Summer is over, and fall is just beginning to creep in. It's a transition here, too, as I have spent the last 6 weeks closing down a massage practice in Raleigh, and preparing to open a yoga & massage studio in...
The Sliding Scale Price Model Santosha Space offers its general classes based on a sliding scale of $10-16. No questions are asked. We are aware that $10 may still be too high for some people in certain circumstances; if this is the case for you, please talk to us! We...
Different teachers and studios offer classes in different ways, and Santosha Space offers a variety of classes. To that end, here is an example structure of a class. Not all classes adhere strictly to the structure, but now you will be familiar with each component...
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Yoga at 200 N Churton Street, Suite 200, Hillsborough, NC
Massage at 100 N Churton Street, Suite 205, Hillsborough, NC
The yoga studio has limited on-site parking, and additional public parking one short block away on King Street and in the King Street parking lot, accessible from Churton Street. We are upstairs. Enter using the staircase on the left side of the building.
The massage space has no on-site parking, but plenty of nearby 3-hour parking on King Street and in the King Street Lot.