What is National Yoga Month?

General by Liz Eustace

September is National Yoga Month, but what exactly does that mean?

Is it ever too hot for hot yoga?

Yoga Lifestyle by Liz Eustace

While our team at alignyo has a lot in common, we are divided when it comes to practicing hot yoga in the summer months. When the temperatures hits above 80 degrees outside, some of us, want to be nowhere near a hot yoga studio. You can find us at the pool instead, thank you very much! Or at least practicing yoga in a non-heated room.  

Join us tomorrow for Summer Biz-Nass Social

Conferences by Liz Eustace

A fun-filled-Friday, not to be missed. Join us at Form Pilates from 1-3pm, Friday July 31 for a summer social that celebrates fitness, health and community. Our panel will discuss ways to live out your goals, and tools and techniques on finding your 'why'. Click here for more information :) Hope to see you there!

Vegan recipes for summer!

General by Liz Eustace

Celebrating summer should be about food, fun and fireworks, but the food doesn’t necessarily have to be grilled meats and cold beer. Check out these healthier vegan and gluten-free recipes that are perfect for summer get-togethers!

Healthy yoga-inspired plans for the 4th of July

Yoga Lifestyle by Liz Eustace

Fireworks, barbecues and sizzling hot weather—we love the 4th of July. No matter what you have planned for Independence Day, follow our yoga-inspired 4th of July guide for fun holiday ideas that are aligned with your healthy yoga lifestyle. Because feeling like you need a holiday after a holiday is no good. 

Yoga for digestion

General by Jessica Bellofatto

Yoga teacher Jessica Bellofatto is back with yoga poses for digestion that will help you detox for spring.

In season now: The best fruits & veggies to eat in June

General by Liz Eustace

Get ready for juicy berries, ripe tomatoes and fresh corn: summer produce season is now in full swing. Find out what fruits and veggies are at their peak freshness in June below.

4 healing benefits of aloe vera

General by Liz Eustace

As a kid your mom probably used aloe vera on you after getting badly sunburned. But when we dug a little deeper, we found out that aloe can basically help treat ANY skin problem imaginable! Aloe is a cactus plant that contains a healing clear gel inside it’s leaves. It acts as a protective layer that helps your skin lock in moisture, therefore helping it to heal quicker. Aloe leaves and 100% natural aloe gel are great to keep in your home, especially during summer to help soothe minor cuts, burns and bug bites.