20130713_0259-EditOur April Theme of the Month is sri (shree)

Śrī (shri, śree or shree) an expression of radiance, loveliness, abundance, grace, auspiciousness, prosperity, luster, and light.

It’s splendor and beauty and shine, from the inside-out!  It’s the way light dances on water, the wonder of a weed that finds a way to grow in a crack in the pavement, and the marvel of falling in love, once again, for the first time.

“The day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”

Anaïs Nin

Teacher Highlight

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Carrie Williams loves to teach creatively flowing vinyasa classes that integrate breath awareness and mindfulness into a practice that both challenges and supports her students.  Because of her background in Thai Yoga Therapy, Carrie’s in-class assists tend to be nurturing and supportive. Carrie is on a mission to help her students and clients feel great in their bodies and live their lives with more joy + purpose. Check out her blog for weekly tips! 

Find Carrie at our Dilworth studio:

Monday 12:15-1:05pm Vinyasa Flow $7 Lunch

Wednesday 9:30-10:45am Vinyasa Flow

Friday 12:15-1:05pm Vinyasa Flow $7 Lunch

Saturday 11am-12:15pm Vinyasa Flow


At Be Yoga, we believe in making yoga accessible and enjoyable. Our teachers and staff strive to offer the tools and techniques for you to create a beautiful life for yourself and those around you. The strong community formed by everyone involved here helps to create an engaging experience, and a strong foundation for your yoga journey.

So come to class, talk to your teachers and fellow students, join us for events, and start creating the group of friends and the life that you want to have.

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"You cannot do yoga. Yoga is your natural state. What you can do are yoga exercises, which may reveal to you where you are resisting your natural state." ~ Sharon Gannon

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