Even if you feel like you've taken your yoga practice as far as it can go, there's a final frontier left to conquer: aerial yoga at Up Yoga and Wellness. Unlike traditional mat-based yoga, aerial yoga opens up a full range of motion. Yogis hang a few feet above the ground, suspended by silk hammocks that hang from the ceiling. With the support of these soft hammocks, students can sink deeper into bends and twists, challenging their bodies to take yoga a step further.
Don't worry if you're not quite ready for aerial yoga, however. Up Yoga and Wellness boasts a large roster of traditional classes, too. Newcomers should check out Yoga Fundamentals, where they'll learn basic postures and breathing techniques. Then you can try a faster-paced class such as all-levels Vinyasa. The quick-flowing session gets the blood pumping with a fluid series of moves, all performed with a focus on safety and proper alignment. For something slower, opt for Yoga Hoga, a meditative class that incorporates elements of gentle yoga.
It's not just the mimosas that are bottomless during brunch at La Malinche. The brunch tapas also flow freely from the kitchen when you and your cohorts order the bottomless brunch for $35 per person. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., order as many family-style small plates as your stomachs can handle and wash them down with beverages like white sangria, mimosas, and house-made bloody mary's.
Order a round of the pan Catalana, which is toast topped with tomato butter, olive oil, and garlic. Balance it with something sweet, such as the house-made French toast or the sweet potato pancakes, both drizzled with warm maple syrup. Don't forget to add eggs to your brunch smorgasbord, either. Round out the feast with the tortilla con chorizo, an omelet stuffed with Spanish sausage and cheese, or the Benedictos Espanoles, a poached egg complemented by Serrano ham and hollandaise.Read More
Siena Wellness might just be the missing piece in your journey to healthfulness and well-being. It’s so much more than just a fitness studio, and founder Elizabeth wants to work with you to explore the positive changes you can make in your life.
Take part in weekly yoga classes, or join the Mamas Circle for encouragement, support, and friendship as you navigate the highs and lows of motherhood. Siena Wellness also offers personal coaching on a range of topics, as well as private exercise sessions and healthy eating advice. A great way to get started is with their week’s worth of free breakfast recipes that you can have sent to you just for joining their email list. From there, read more about Elizabeth’s credentials on the Siena Wellness site, or stop in for a yoga class to get started.Read More