Yoga Lab Naples

Yoga Lab Naples

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Already a member would like to purchase the 99.00 special! Can I just drop in or do I have to book ahead of time? This is Sheila slattery 239 7756443.
I love all of the instructors. I love the vibe of the whole place. Everyone is super nice!! It's a fantastic workout as well. I always leave feeling very relaxed and very happy!! Much needed for my stressful life!! Also very hungry lol
My home away from home. Such a safe and comfortable place. The teachers are fantastic, the staff and owners are amazing and the atmosphere is very calm and inviting!
Excellent atmosphere, attitudes and instructor!
"Feedback"I honestly can't believe you are asking for it. here it is:
It's always nice to know when you "rocked" it and you totally did Michael!!! thank you! ~mikka
Does anyone mind sharing or posting the study about stress Michael shared in Sunday Sweat this morning? Such awesome information and wanted to read it! Thanks 😊
Thank you for kicking off Activate Naples!! ❤️🙏🌅 Mercato
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From the entire town of Goodland, Florida.....
Each and every single one of you are angels!!!! Your generosity of our little town was a welcomed gift beyond words. As we continue to rebuild the land of Good, continue to keep Goodland in your prayers and PLEASE return when our town is up and running strong!❤️GoodlandStrong!
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Yoga Studio Welcome to south Florida's largest and longest standing yoga studio! We offer classes in 4 levels of intensity: Yin, VinyasaGentle, VinyasaPower (heated), and VinyasaPower and Grit (heated).

We're a little different. And we're okay with that.

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05/02/2021

This week at Yoga Labs

This week at Yoga Labs

The last few weeks I’m finding the same underlying pattern in conversations I’m having with people.

Ending of friendships, relationships, jobs, living situations. There seems to be a ton of “loss” mentality in the personal lives of those I’m talking to. **don’t stop reading, I promise this won’t turn into a “yoga teacher quoting a self help book” rant**

As our greater world begins to return to “normal” the “new normal” that most had adapted to is quickly becoming the “old normal” and the “original normal” is quickly making a comeback, much like like mom jeans and scrunchies.

Like any comeback, upheaval is inevitable and some crap has to go. Like a broken record, I find myself repeating the same phrase over and over again: “People and circumstances enter our lives for indeterminate periods of time. Being grateful for the time had and spent stops the bleeding of time that’s otherwise consumed by loss or fear.”

Relationships end, friendships end, jobs end, and people pass away. Listen, these are the harsh realities of the Hunger Games that are our individual lives.

I think that many of us (myself included) get screwed by not realizing that time marches on and that your time, my time, is not guaranteed or insured. It’s in extremely limited supply, thereby making it the most valuable asset we all have.

Whatever your personal circumstances are, you are not a unique, special flower (which may suck to hear). Every person in the world has experienced what you have. Time has ended in some way, in some circumstance, for everyone on the planet, creating the sense of loss.

So you may not be a special, unique flower but you do have the ability to live a potent life. It exists when one seizes control of their most valuable asset. Time. Take a simple reframe and compartmentalization of how you live. Be grateful for the time you had in that friendship, relationship, job... etc.

I always ask that we do this work together. I’m going to examine where I’m paralyzed, where I’m not making making progress, simply because I’m dwelling in what was. If time is the most valuable asset, what an incredible waste of time it is to wallow. This week, let’s examine the ledger of life and figure out where we are hemorrhaging time. Wanna stop the bleeding? Reread the 4th paragraph.

Michael

04/25/2021

THE CONVERSATION IS BACK AT YOGA LAB!

Back to our beginnings.

Hi, my name is Michael. You have my word any Yoga Lab class I or my colleagues teach will be like nothing else. We’re not a common yoga studio, we are something much greater. On my honor, the next hour will be first and foremost physically demanding. Period. Then I hope to weave in some traditional yoga ideas to leave you thought provoked and willing to create forward momentum in your own lives. We have to make a deal right now. If when we finish, you don’t feel rung out from inside and out, if you feel like the hour wasn’t a perfect use of your hour, you will tell me. Deal? Great. Come onto your back.

There’s a saying in business that I find as a signpost for success: “In the marketplace you are paid for the value you add not for the value you think you are.”

The same phrase works in life and I’m gonna scream this over and over so even the back row can hear me clearly.

IN LIFE YOU ARE REWARDED FOR THE VALUE YOU ADD, NOT THE VALUE YOU THINK YOU ARE.

So it begs the question, where are you adding value in your life, in others’ lives, and in the world? Be very conscious of what you *think* is value.

I don’t do basic so let me restate it and look at it from another angle:

IN LIFE YOU ARE PENALIZED FOR NOT ADDING VALUE AND STAGNATING IN THE VALUE YOU ARE.

I know. Sounds harsh. But consider this, when I do things the same way I always have and continue to get the same frustrating results, it means I’m being penalized not just by life but by the most important director of my own destiny. Myself.

Are you constantly bothering people? Are you stealing others’ time? Do you justify frequently? Do you use the phrase, “Whatever, I’m gonna do it anyway,” a lot? These are telltale signs that one is stuck in the value they are.

Let’s look at Dumb Things A Basic Yoga Teacher Says No. 873: “I know chair pose is hard, you can do it though!”

Let’s be honest... “Sitting in an invisible chair” is not hard. However, adding value, such as putting your all in it, not complaining, doing something that requires intensity, that’s hard. The rewards are obvious when value is added to even a stupid chair posture.... like a cuter ass, a higher calorie burn, and perhaps uncovering some grit ya didn’t know you had.

We see this every day in our lives. We go the extra mile, we lend someone a helping hand, we do things that are hard. We sharpen our skills, we get better at our jobs. When you get that uplifted feeling? That’s added value.

This week we’re leaning into the sharp knife edge of adding value. Whether it’s in a yoga practice, your job, relationship, whatever.

Hear me clearly. The unhappy, resentful, fearful, and defensive are trapped in the value they are. The joyous, the attractors, the kind, the ones with staying power are those who are constantly adding value in all aspects of their lives.

-M

03/15/2021

The Conversation: Picking Weeds

Lately I’ve been removing clutter, making way and making space for the new. Not from a garden or closet, but from life. Some seeds are ready to be harvested, while others are yet to be planted.

Weeds rob your soil and plants from important nutrients and water. Picking weeds is exhausting! It’s physically demanding and mentally draining. We collect things in life to fill the space, to fill the gap. Some we need, some we want, and others are a spur of the moment purchase like gum at the check out register (or even a wallet from Louis Vuitton #truestory).

I cringe saying that clutter “steals your joy” and “robs your happiness,” but psychologically speaking, it absolutely has negative effects on your mental and physical health.

Decluttering gives you focus and freedom not just by helping you take control of your home, but perhaps your life. You probably have duplicates you were never aware of. And the best part is that you never know what treasures may be hidden away.

Sometimes we’re not even aware of how much stuff surrounds us until it envelops us, leaving us unable to see what is of value and what we need to toss. Your harvest may be buried under the weeds that have taken over. Cultivating an outside space void of stuff we don’t need allows opportunities for growth and freedom to choose what we want.

Out with the old, in with the new
Anita

The Conversation: Picking Weeds

Lately I’ve been removing clutter, making way and making space for the new. Not from a garden or closet, but from life. Some seeds are ready to be harvested, while others are yet to be planted.

Weeds rob your soil and plants from important nutrients and water. Picking weeds is exhausting! It’s physically demanding and mentally draining. We collect things in life to fill the space, to fill the gap. Some we need, some we want, and others are a spur of the moment purchase like gum at the check out register (or even a wallet from Louis Vuitton #truestory).

I cringe saying that clutter “steals your joy” and “robs your happiness,” but psychologically speaking, it absolutely has negative effects on your mental and physical health.

Decluttering gives you focus and freedom not just by helping you take control of your home, but perhaps your life. You probably have duplicates you were never aware of. And the best part is that you never know what treasures may be hidden away.

Sometimes we’re not even aware of how much stuff surrounds us until it envelops us, leaving us unable to see what is of value and what we need to toss. Your harvest may be buried under the weeds that have taken over. Cultivating an outside space void of stuff we don’t need allows opportunities for growth and freedom to choose what we want.

Out with the old, in with the new
Anita

03/08/2021

The conversation: Vanilla

“Vanilla” often refers to something or someone being bland, boring, or basic. Plain. When really, vanilla itself is anything but. Made from the edible fruit of an orchid flower, there are over 150 varietals, and it’s the second most expensive spice in the world, after saffron. Vanilla has the ability to enhance nearly anything it pairs with. In its simplicity are subtle nuances; like snowflakes in their uniqueness, no two vanilla pods share the same flavor. Give me vanilla any day.

Think of your daily routine. The moment you wake up, what do you feel, smell, hear, see? For me, that first cup of coffee is often the best part of my day. Not that it’s “all downhill from there,” but rather it sets the tone for what’s to come. I love the process of making that cup of coffee…boiling the water, the *snap* as my Nespresso machine pierces the pod, and combining the two into a just-right ratio of steaming water and inky espresso, a fine layer of crema resting on top.

Maybe you shower in the morning. You likely have that ideal angle you turn the faucet handle to. Do you quickly suds up and rinse off? Or perhaps stand in the shower, letting the water run in rivulets down your body for far too long? What is it about these simple moments that can carry throughout the rest of our day?

Take a posture as simple, as basic, as savasana. Just lying there. “Just” lying there. Can you appreciate the rise and fall of each breath as it moves through your nose, your throat, into your lungs, your stomach? Can you feel every part of your body that is touching your mat, your damp towel, the back of your hand resting against the wood floor? The sensation of being heavy, and at the same time, feeling supported and weightless.

My ask is that this week, you take a seemingly simple moment and seek to find the nuances within it. The sounds, the sights, the smells that surround it. To appreciate the “mundane” and perhaps find anything but.

Allison Gollner

The conversation: Vanilla

“Vanilla” often refers to something or someone being bland, boring, or basic. Plain. When really, vanilla itself is anything but. Made from the edible fruit of an orchid flower, there are over 150 varietals, and it’s the second most expensive spice in the world, after saffron. Vanilla has the ability to enhance nearly anything it pairs with. In its simplicity are subtle nuances; like snowflakes in their uniqueness, no two vanilla pods share the same flavor. Give me vanilla any day.

Think of your daily routine. The moment you wake up, what do you feel, smell, hear, see? For me, that first cup of coffee is often the best part of my day. Not that it’s “all downhill from there,” but rather it sets the tone for what’s to come. I love the process of making that cup of coffee…boiling the water, the *snap* as my Nespresso machine pierces the pod, and combining the two into a just-right ratio of steaming water and inky espresso, a fine layer of crema resting on top.

Maybe you shower in the morning. You likely have that ideal angle you turn the faucet handle to. Do you quickly suds up and rinse off? Or perhaps stand in the shower, letting the water run in rivulets down your body for far too long? What is it about these simple moments that can carry throughout the rest of our day?

Take a posture as simple, as basic, as savasana. Just lying there. “Just” lying there. Can you appreciate the rise and fall of each breath as it moves through your nose, your throat, into your lungs, your stomach? Can you feel every part of your body that is touching your mat, your damp towel, the back of your hand resting against the wood floor? The sensation of being heavy, and at the same time, feeling supported and weightless.

My ask is that this week, you take a seemingly simple moment and seek to find the nuances within it. The sounds, the sights, the smells that surround it. To appreciate the “mundane” and perhaps find anything but.

Allison Gollner

03/01/2021

What you’re getting at Yoga Lab this week:
How to Get Everything You Want

I’ve taken 3 months off from teaching (and practicing) and it has probably been the most poisonous decision of my life. If you’ve ever taken a class that I happen to be teaching, you know I have a particular style (no, not the yelling, screaming, and loud, foul-mouthed rhetoric). I ask questions— and I demand answers. It’s not me pontificating from the pulpit, but rather an interactive experience.

Why? because I never want to present myself as an authority on anything. Because I’m not. I’m simply a friend who’s willing to walk side-by-side with each of you as we navigate LIFE as opposed someone who robotically vocalizes a bunch of shapes one can traverse with the physical body.

Here’s one of my teaching secrets: I’m always asking questions that I’m seeking answers to in my own life. This Saturday when I put on my big boy pants and taught class, I posed the question, “What do you want? What do you feel like you aren’t getting or can’t have?” I took 3 responses (because that’s all I could bear).

Like crosshairs pointed at my heart, They were:
Romance
Stability
Meaningful friendships

I can relate. I perhaps you can, too.

Behind the modern facade of Yoga Lab, I am a traditionalist. There is only one source of yoga and it’s the Yoga Sutras. It’s chock full of answers. These aren’t Covid era or modern day problems. These are things that human beings have be seeking insight to for thousands of years. Yoga (as defined thousands of year ago by the Sutras) has the answers.

You can have anything you want. Anything. But in order to get it you must be willing to give it unconditionally to others first. All others. family, friends, strangers.

If you want Love? If it’s missing, one must ask themselves, am I GIVING love? Do I have the capability to give love unconditionally to someone else? If not. It ain’t coming.

Want stability? In any circumstance, be it money, relationships, career, ask yourself if you are able to GIVE internal stability. Or provide stability for someone else? Can’t give it? Don’t expect it.

Missing friends? Can you GIVE friendship? Which generally requires you to get off your ass and meet people. Say hello. Or, I don’t know.... go to Yoga Lab and make a new friend.

I’m cutting my bullsh*t this week. Any space I feel I lack, I’m having a stern talking to with myself. Can you give this thing you *think* you lack to someone else? Everything you ever wanted is sitting there waiting for you. You just have to be willing and able to give it to someone else first. I invite you to join me.

Xoxo
M

What you’re getting at Yoga Lab this week:
How to Get Everything You Want

I’ve taken 3 months off from teaching (and practicing) and it has probably been the most poisonous decision of my life. If you’ve ever taken a class that I happen to be teaching, you know I have a particular style (no, not the yelling, screaming, and loud, foul-mouthed rhetoric). I ask questions— and I demand answers. It’s not me pontificating from the pulpit, but rather an interactive experience.

Why? because I never want to present myself as an authority on anything. Because I’m not. I’m simply a friend who’s willing to walk side-by-side with each of you as we navigate LIFE as opposed someone who robotically vocalizes a bunch of shapes one can traverse with the physical body.

Here’s one of my teaching secrets: I’m always asking questions that I’m seeking answers to in my own life. This Saturday when I put on my big boy pants and taught class, I posed the question, “What do you want? What do you feel like you aren’t getting or can’t have?” I took 3 responses (because that’s all I could bear).

Like crosshairs pointed at my heart, They were:
Romance
Stability
Meaningful friendships

I can relate. I perhaps you can, too.

Behind the modern facade of Yoga Lab, I am a traditionalist. There is only one source of yoga and it’s the Yoga Sutras. It’s chock full of answers. These aren’t Covid era or modern day problems. These are things that human beings have be seeking insight to for thousands of years. Yoga (as defined thousands of year ago by the Sutras) has the answers.

You can have anything you want. Anything. But in order to get it you must be willing to give it unconditionally to others first. All others. family, friends, strangers.

If you want Love? If it’s missing, one must ask themselves, am I GIVING love? Do I have the capability to give love unconditionally to someone else? If not. It ain’t coming.

Want stability? In any circumstance, be it money, relationships, career, ask yourself if you are able to GIVE internal stability. Or provide stability for someone else? Can’t give it? Don’t expect it.

Missing friends? Can you GIVE friendship? Which generally requires you to get off your ass and meet people. Say hello. Or, I don’t know.... go to Yoga Lab and make a new friend.

I’m cutting my bullsh*t this week. Any space I feel I lack, I’m having a stern talking to with myself. Can you give this thing you *think* you lack to someone else? Everything you ever wanted is sitting there waiting for you. You just have to be willing and able to give it to someone else first. I invite you to join me.

Xoxo
M

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