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Breathe, Bend, Be at 3B Yoga

By Elisha Neubauer

While some studios may boast that they cater to yoga newbies, 3B Yoga truly holds to their word. They believe that everyone, regardless of age, experience, or fitness capabilities, is perfectly capable of excelling in the practice of yoga. They firmly stand by the thought that yoga is more than just touching your toes? but rather, being willing to make changes, step out of your comfort zone, and allowing yourself to grow is what yoga is really all about.

"We offer Ashtanga, vinyasa, gentle, yin, prenatal, and meditation," Wendy Kiess, owner and instructor of 3B Yoga, said. "Try them all and see which one you enjoy and harvests excitement about coming back."

Having a great attitude and an excitement about the practice is needed to succeed in yoga, but having a great teacher is another tool that can't be overlooked. Each and every instructor employed at 3B Yoga is a practitioner themselves, meaning not only do they teach yoga but they live by it, as well.

"It has changed all of our lives in many different ways," Kiess said. "We want others to have that opportunity as well."

The staff at 3B Yoga aim to provide a welcoming, warm atmosphere for both regulars and new students. Each and every class features a myriad of individuals, each in their own unique stages of life, all coming together to practice yoga together.

"3B is a place to grow and learn and become a better version of yourself," Kiess said. "Yoga is special so it needs to be treated that way. We respect the practice and we respect those doing it."

One thing the instructors of 3B Yoga want you to know is that yoga is a process. It won't come easily the first time, it takes some practice, but it can be accomplished by anyone with the drive and passion to do so. When you first begin learning the practice, it is important to come to class with an open mind and patience. For most, the greatest obstacle is being consistent with your practice.

"Yoga has so much to offer but it takes work and dedication," Kiess said. "It's not a pill, it's not a fad, yoga has been around for over 5,000 years. Give it time."

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Elisha Neubauer is a freelance editor, ghostwriter, book reviewer, and author. She is...

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