Mia Bostic, owner
“You have to go to the very edge, again and again. That’s how eventually you go beyond.” ~ Sri Dharma Mittra
Mia discovered yoga while going through a very difficult experience in life. Yoga made her happy, relaxed and left her with the feeling that she could take on any challenge that came her way. From her very first yoga class she knew it was going to be something she did for the rest of her life. Yoga has taught her to live a life full of love and trust in the universe. She has been teaching yoga since 2004; completed two 200-hour yoga alliance teacher trainings, teacher training level 1 with Baron Baptiste as well as a children’s yoga training program. Since 2001, her practice has grown from a purely physical practice to a committed study of yoga philosophy, practice and spirituality. A perpetual student, she is currently studying with Yoga Master, Sri Dharma Mittra and Sri Andrei Ram Om where she is constantly reminded of the importance of compassion, laughter and the true purpose of yoga – self-realization. Mia’s classes include chanting, pranayama, asana practice as well as a lot of laughs and fun. Her focus in every class is connecting to the breath and being present on the mat – leaving you open to receive the magic that comes from yoga. Having the opportunity to share her passion and love of yoga is one she holds close to her heart, she is forever grateful for the people that continually show up and share their practice with her.
“Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self”
Amber is a creative soul with a deep love for travel, art, and food. She first came to yoga in college and continued to stumble upon its teachings as she traveled around the world. For Amber, yoga has always been a grounding and stabilizing force in a world of constant fluctuation. For years, she entertained the idea of becoming a teacher before the Universe provided her with an opportunity to go to India to complete her yoga teacher training. After three months and 500 hours of training under Swami Sudhir, she has returned to share her love of yoga with others. Amber teaches a welcoming class focused on finding fluidity in movement, flowing with the breath, and leaving the student feeling better and more connected with their lives. As a teacher she has been described as having a calm, playful, and warm presence.
“To keep the body in good health is a duty….otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” -Buddha
“Remember the emphasis on the heart. The mind lives in doubt and the heart lives in trust. When you trust, suddenly you become centered.” ~ Osho