CITYOGA IN THE PRESS
CITYOGA WINS NUVO BEST OF INDY 2011
We are incredibly blown away and grateful! Thank you to all who voted for CITYOGA in the recent Nuvo 'Best Of' Competition!
We made a conscious decision a long time ago to not solicit our students to vote for us in 'contest' like these because it can encourage a divisive spirit in the yoga community. We feel that the competitive spirit of 'us versus them' can be a tool of separation. Yoga means union and our desire is to do all that we can to encourage unity in the Indianapolis yoga community and the world!
That being said - You still voted us the NUMBER 1 Yoga School in Indy!!!
Wow, Wow, Wow!!! We are so grateful for the CITYOGA community! We are dedicated to serving and thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
CONVERSATION: YOGA KEEPS NIKKI MYERS' LIFE IN BALANCE
For many local yoga enthusiasts, Nikki Myers is the woman who helps them live balanced, more fulfilled lives. Myers, 57, owner and executive director of CITYOGA, believes that yoga -- the union between mind, body and spirit -- was a miracle that kept waiting to happen for her.
BENDING, POSING AND TEACHING BEYOND THE MAT
LIVING in a spartan cottage for eight days during a boot camp for aspiring yoga teachers in Hawaii, Sue Jones practiced from 7 a.m. to midnight, silently watched the rhythms of the Pacific Ocean from a bluff and, she said, gained the confidence to return to Boston and mend her marriage.
NEW YORK TIMES
CHANGE THE WORLD
For most Americans, yoga begins with asana. But then a curious thing happens: Once you begin a dedicated practice, you may find yourself growing flexible and strong not just physically but emotionally, too. For many, yoga is a way to become more kind, patient, and loving—first with yourself, then with family and friends, and eventually with everyone with whom you come in contact.