URU Yoga in March


Law of Attraction

Energy Flows where Attention Goes

We manifest our thoughts by putting energy into them. When we shift our thoughts to what we DO want, we send energy into our lives creating positive outcomes. Simply put, we attract into our lives what we put energy and intention into.

By sitting in stillness, we are able to listen to the whisper of our Self and our deepest knowing. In that knowing, we set our clear intention and put energy into creating the lives we are meant to live. We have the power to create the life of our dreams.

“Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it;
Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.”-John Anster

We love you, The URU Yoga Crew
Every Thursday in March
URU Downtown

As intolerance of diversity seems to be gaining popularity in our diverse society, we need all the tools we can get to overcome fear, anxiety and feelings of isolation.

Moving further into our yoga practice and interest in the symbolism of various philosophical systems, we discovered that kirtan is a practice which puts shared musical mantra at the foundation of the musical experience.

All are welcome. Pay what you can. We look forward to sharing some cathartic, moving and potentially transformational experiences together as our community continues to discover and embrace this practice. —Rivka & Mike iLL

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Create Your
Vision Board
Saturday, March 11
URU Gulf Breeze

The law of attraction simply states that we attract into our lives whatever we set our focus on.

Bring into your life new focus. Set an intention and create your vision into a piece of art to display and continually remind you of what you want in your life. Just the act of setting an intention and creating a vision board puts in motion actions that manifest your desires. And its fun!

Vision boarding is a powerful tool to set goals and intentions for yourself while also providing a piece of artwork to look at daily as you watch the vision come to life. 

Bring any magazines you would like to use. We will have plenty of extra magazines and art supplies. If you have any special supplies you would like to use, please bring those as well.

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Partner yoga with Dinner Night Out
Saturday, March 11
URU Downtown

Partner Yoga is a great way to enhance your yoga practice and your relationships. We will have a 1 hour Partner Yoga Session followed by dinner at one of our Downtown Restaurants. 

The yoga class is open to anyone: beginners or advanced practitioners. You do not need to bring a partner. We will interact with the class as a whole and spend some time one on one. 

After class, we will venture to the restaurant. The restaurant will have great specials for our class and seating blocked off to accomodate our group. The restaurant this month is End of the Line Cafe!
The entire menu will be available to you. We are trying to get the best specials possible to offer our students a well deserved great time and yummy food. 

Investment: Yoga Class- $12 per person, or $20 for 2 people, Dinner will be separate, but will have specials for our group.

Reshaping Life Perspective Through
Sunday, March 12
URU by the airport

Gandhi said that our beliefs affect our thoughts, our thoughts affect our words, our words affect our actions, and our actions write our destiny. By creating the union of mind, breath, and body, we will create intentions that are in alignment with our purpose, and plant those seeds of change in fertile soil. We’ll also discuss practices to continue to tend our garden as we go forward, making sure we’re caring for those beliefs that yield good fruit and creating the presence to spot weeds before they take over.


Yoga & Foam Rolling 
Saturday, March 18
URU Downtown

Foam Rolling or Self-Myofascial release is a self-massage technique that benefits the soft-tissue for improvements in muscular flexibility and reduction in stiffness and pain.

In this 2-hour workshop, we will link together yoga and foam rolling in a seamless union. We will learn about the Fascia and some basic anatomy while we foam roll and move through yoga asanas.
This workshop is for anyone, anyone who is looking to relieve tight sore, achy muscles. If you are a yoga student who wants to foam roll before or after class, this workshop is for you. If you have a foam roller at home and want to learn how to do it on your own, this workshop is for you. If you want to simply enjoy 2 hours of being lead through foam rolling and yoga, this workshop is for you.

Investment is $15.00

Sunday, March 19
URU Gulf Breeze

Traditional Chinese martial arts workshop with a focus on self-defense techniques; comprised of stances, hand and foot strikes, and very specific self-defense solutions to basic attacks.

-Self-defense class for anyone
-Learn basic skills from Kung Fu & Tai Chi that you can use in practical self-defense.
-No experience required

What to bring:
Wear clothes you can move and sweat in

Open to adults and teens

For more information, or for questions, contact Sifu Warren through his web site

Raising Vibrations
with Sydney Armin
Saturday, March 25
URU by the airport

Feeling depleted or low energy? Wondering where you can connect to a positive source to help raise your vibrations?? The answer is, Hatha Raj Yoga. Join Sydney for a simple postured practice encompassing the bhramery breath throughout the entire sequence

Bhrameree breath is that sweet humming of a honey bee, and when we allow that humming to remain a consistent vibration, you can’t help but to feel clarity, positivity and energetically at peace. ❤

Pensacola Ciclovia
Open Streets
Saturday, March 25
Pensacola Downtown

This FREE event is for everyone. Mayor Hayward has invited everyone to come and enjoy our city streets. Bike, walk, jog, skateboard, or many other activities at Pensacola’s inaugural Ciclovia Open Streets.

URU Yoga class is at 11:00am at Community Maritime Park, check out our URU table, Acro Yoga and pop up yoga around the event.
Check out what a Open Streets event looks like at www.pensacolaopenstreets.com.

Teacher Trainee 
Community Classes!
Please come support the 2016-2017 Teacher Trainees as they begin to teach their community classes before graduation!

The Warrior Story
Friday, March 3rd 5:45-7:00
Tara Kassulke
URU by the Airport
Friday Night Alternative Flow (Come as You are)
Friday, March 3rd 8:00-9:15
Jenny Diebold
URU by the Airport
Fun Yoga
Saturday, March 4th 4:00-5:15
Donna Anderson
URU by the Airport
Find Your Own Ground
Friday, March 17th 6:00-7:15 
Betsy LeGaillas
URU by the Airport
Spring Awakening Flow
Sunday, March 19th 3:00-4:15
Iman Brewton
URU by the Airport Afternoon
Delight Yoga
Saturday, March 25th 4:00-5:15
Nikki Wright
URU Gulf Breeze
Open Level Flow
Sunday, March 26th 12:00-1:15
Priscilla Broxson
URU 9 Mile Progress
Not Perfection
Sunday, March 26th 3:00-4:15
Lauren Heidenreich
URU by the Airport

Teacher Training
Graduation & Potluck
Sunday, April 2

This amazing group of 22 teacher trainees committed to 8 months of studying yoga and the teachings of yoga. It is time to celebrate this commitment with a yoga class and potluck party. All family, friends, and yoga students welcome to any or all of the festiviites. 

1:00-2:30 Team Taught Donation Yoga Class
2:30-4:00 Potluck Party

  Save the Date… 
De-Clutter Your Life
with Sabrina
Saturday, April 1
URU Gulf Breeze

This workshop offers cleansing for the mind and lymphatic system which is where we hold most of our clutter/garbage. You will be given tips and ideas on decluttering the spaces in your lives. It includes an energy exercise where you become aware of the attachments you have gathered in this short lifetime and an 11-minute meditation to clear the mind.

1. How Clutter Affects Our Physical Lives

2. Energy Attachment Visualization Exercise

3. Kriya for Lymphatic System

4. Meditation To Clear the Mind

5. How Clutter Affects Our Being

Yogic Nutrition
Saturday, April 1
URU by the airport

Explore yogic philosophy relating to diet and lifestyle. In the first half we will discuss the Yamas and Niyamas, the Koshas, the four traditional paths of yoga, the three Gunas, the five Kleshas, connecting to the five elements, and the Doshas and basic Ayervedic principles. After a short break with some light refreshments we will then delve into nutritional science and Ayervedic treatments. We will focus on mood enhancing and anti-inflammatory diets using a natural plant based diet. We will discus the environmental impact of diet and lifestyle and conscious mindful living. To finish we will learn a food mantra and work towards blending gratitude towards our diet.

Melanie (RYT200) has studied nutrition for 4 years. She had gained a diploma in Sport nutrition and is Certified in Plant Based Nutrition from Cornell University. Melanie is now in her final year of studying Holistic Nutrition through The Canadian Institute of Natural Nutrition, an accredited school which will credit her as a board certified Holistic Nutritionist by the end of 2016. 

A Journey through the Chakras with Classical Kundalini
Sunday, April 2
URU Downtown

Join Bhagya Shree (E-RTY 200- RYT500) on a journey through the chakras using ancient Yogic practices to awaken Kundalini energy, cleanse, and energize the body. This is a truly unique and transformational experience that can help us to move towards our true inner nature. 

Please try to wear light comfortable cotton clothing that is white or light colored. Also, like other Yoga classes, please come to class with an empty stomach. For more information about Bhagya Shree please go to her website:  www.blazinglightyoga.com

Investment: $15 

URU Yoga & Beyond
  4 Locations
2400 Executive Plaza Drive
955 E. Nine Mile Road, Ste. 102
100 S. Baylen Street, Ste. D

Gulf Breeze:
913 Gulf Breeze Parkway
Harbourtown Shopping Center, Ste. 26

URU means spacious, broad and abundant in Sanskrit.
May we move from a place of spaciousness.
URU means You Are You because that is who you are meant to be.
May we move from a place of Being who we are meant to be