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18 in 18 Challenge: First Quarter Complete!

News | Apr 03, 2018

18 in 18 Yoga Challenge Hot Yoga Challenge Sterling Hot Yoga MobileThe first quarter of the “18 in 18” challenge is complete, and we’ve got quite a few yogis who are still in it to win it!

Three months in, these are the challengers who have averaged 18 classes a month from January through March.

To complete the challenge, all you have to do is average 18 classes per month for 2018. So if you fell a little short, there is plenty of time to catch up!

The students below have completed at least 18 classes in March:

Reid Gilbert, 25 Casey Kuluz, 21
Anne Adams, 24 Mendy Bornfleth, 20
Michelle Wilson, 24 Ellen Harvey, 20
Alison Lancaster, 23 Danny Miller, 20
Sujin Kim, 22 Paula Brown, 19
Sheri Granberry, 21 Stacy Galloway, 18

Those who complete the “18 in 18 Challenge” will be entered to win: an annual membership (1 available) and a fitness tracker (2 available). Everyone who successfully completes it will receive a long-sleeved Dri-Fit pullover with the Sterling logo and 18 In 18 challenge logo.

Keep making 2018 a year to remember! We’re so excited to cheer you on during this milestone challenge!

 

Why Yoga and Massage Are Best Enjoyed Together!

News | Mar 03, 2018

Massage and Yoga Benefits of MassageThe combination of yoga with massage is an exceptional blend of healthfulness of mind and body.

Many people who make use of this combination will often discuss between themselves the benefits of massage before or after yoga.

Before yoga, massage can help relax the body and mind, allowing you to let go of the day’s distractions, while providing a more focused yoga session.

Concentration just may become easier in those intense poses!

Massage after a yoga session is magical. This is one of the most relaxing and tranquil states of mind you can experience.

Your muscles are warm and flexible, allowing the therapist to work deeply, stretching warm muscles and providing passive stretching (highly underrated in my book!)–all with less discomfort.

Be sure to schedule plenty of leisure time afterwards; you’ll want to enjoy this peaceful feeling as long as possible. Consider a warm stone add-on to deepen the bliss.

Are you ready to experience the luxurious combination of yoga and massage? Be sure to practice regularly, and schedule an appointment with Arnie at Sterling Hot Yoga Mobile by contacting him at 251-533-6048 or arnie615@hotmail.com.

 

Support Vets Recovery Resources at 2018 Charity Chase 5K

News | Jan 03, 2018

Mobile Charity Chase Veterans Recovery Resources

Get outside and support your favorite nonprofit in the 2018 Charity Chase 5K on Saturday, Jan. 27 at the University of South Alabama!

This event brings various charities and businesses together to raise money for deserving organizations who give back to the Mobile area.

Sterling Hot Yoga Mobile and Veterans Recovery Resources will be just one of the many supporters on hand! We’ll have a joint booth to share more about the resources we offer our community.

If you’d like to race for your favorite cause, sign up here! If you can’t make the Charity Chase, but would still like to show your support for Veterans Recovery Resources, you can purchase a T-shirt here. All funds will go directly to the organization to help provide access to mental wellness assistance for military and veterans along the Gulf Coast.

 

Midtown Publix Update: Road Closures

News | Dec 02, 2017

Publix Road Closure SterlingAmong the exciting changes in Midtown Mobile—and around Sterling—is the opening of the new Publix development, including several retail shops and restaurants, in early 2018!

This promises to increase the visibility of the studio and energize our little corner of the city in a positive way.

However, construction is going to affect your access to the studio next week with the closure of Florida Street from Old Shell to Dauphin Street beginning Tuesday, Dec. 5 through Friday, Dec. 8.

Plan accordingly and pack some patience as you make your way to the studio next week. Just think of it as a small price to pay for an even stronger Sterling in the very near future!

Check out WKRG’s complete story about the closings—you might just see a familiar face on the news!

 

One Challenge Ends, Another Begins!

News | Nov 04, 2017

stocking stuffer challenge, yoga challenge, sterling hot yogaCongratulations to the NINE Sterling yogis who successfully completed the 2017 Fall Challenge!

These dedicated practitioners finished with at least 30 classes in 30 days:

Jimmy Green – 35
Ellen Harvey – 32
Perri McKay – 32
Reid Gilbert – 31
Danny Miller – 30
McKayla Cusker – 30
Stacy Galloway – 30
Lauren Hutto – 30
Elizabeth Teel – 30

Please join us on Friday, Nov. 10 immediately following the 5:15 p.m. Happy Hour Sterling 60 class so we can celebrate you and your accomplishment! Sign the challenge wall and get your free T-shirt too!

Already ready for the next challenge? There’s another one starting soon, and it’s a great way to keep your practice on track or get back on track if you didn’t complete the Fall Challenge!

 

Stocking Stuffer Challenge Begins Nov. 13!

The holidays are fast approaching, and what better gift than to give someone the gift of improved health?

With our Stocking Stuffer Challenge, you’ll have the opportunity to earn gift certificates for FREE classes to share with family and friends.

Starting Monday, Nov. 13, there will be three two-week periods during which you are challenged to take 10 classes in 14 days. For each two-week challenge you complete, you’ll earn a free class pass, so you can get up to three!

We’d like to think it makes a nice stocking stuffer, so come practice yoga and play Santa! Sign-up cards available at the front desk soon!

Breast Cancer Awareness Efforts Raise $500 for Local Patients

News | Nov 04, 2017

breast cancer awareness sterling hot yoga yoga for heathThanks to you, Sterling Hot Yoga Mobile raised $501.75 for the Mitchell Cancer Institute‘s Patient Assistance Fund.

This special fund helps cover treatment and transportation costs for local cancer patients in need.

Donations were collected during the month of October, at our Sterling 60 karma class and through sales of our pink T-shirts.

We appreciate your support of these efforts done in honor of Sterling founder and breast cancer survivor Lucille Allen Moran and others in our yoga community who inspire us with their courage.

Thank you also to Winterbreeze Manuel, Elizabeth McLean, Danny Miller, Elizabeth Teel, David Hibberts, Tuck and Jack who joined us in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides walk on Saturday, Oct. 28 through downtown Mobile!

Support Local Patients During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

News | Oct 01, 2017

Making Strides Walk Breast Cancer Awareness Sterling Hot Yoga TeamThroughout the month, we will collect donations to benefit MCI’s Patient Assistance Fund, which helps offset things like transportation and treatment costs for individuals in need. You can make your pledge at the front desk, during a special karma class or with the purchase of a pink T-shirt in our retail store.

On Tuesday, Oct. 10, Tyloria Crenshaw will lead that 60-minute hot yoga karma class to honor and remember those who have been affected by breast cancer. This is a donation-based class, so even non-members are welcome to attend.

Purchasing a pink Sterling T-shirt is another way to show your support, financially and publicly. For each T-shirt sold, $5 will be donated to MCI’s Patient Assistance Fund.

Please wear your Sterling pink tee and join the studio team, Sterling Hot Yoga Mobile – Heat For Your Health!, for a Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Downtown Mobile on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 8 a.m.!

Two years ago, Sterling Hot Yoga Mobile founder Lucille Allen was diagnosed with breast cancer, but today she is cancer-free! Help us all month long to honor Lucille and other members of our studio who have met the challenges of breast cancer and continue to inspire us all with their determination in and out of the hot room.

Fall Challenge Begins Sunday, Oct. 1

News | Sep 30, 2017

Sterling Fall Challenge sterling hot yoga mobile alabamaHave you experienced the benefits of a consistent practice yet?

Whether you’ve been on your yoga journey for several years or just a few weeks, practicing regularly is a great way to cultivate discipline, mental focus, progress in postures, along with all of the great physical side effects (reduced stress, weight loss, better sleep and so much more!).

Participating in the Sterling 2017 Fall Challenge is a great way to get started. Just make the commitment to practice 30 times during the month of October, and if you miss a day, you can always make it up with a double.

If you haven’t tried all of the classes we offer at Sterling AND you want to experience how they all complement each other, this is the time to TRY!

Everyone who successfully completes the fall challenge will get to sign the challenge wall, earn a FREE challenge T-shirt and save 30 percent on one retail item at the studio.

Sign-up cards are available at the front desk. Happy practicing!

Support Local Food Drive, Earn Free Yoga Classes!

News | Sep 01, 2017

imageedit_2_3963216420September is National Yoga Month, and now is the time we not only encourage you to stay committed to your practice, but also to share it with your friends and family.

All month long, we will accept food donations to help support Feeding the Gulf Coast, and in exchange for a donation of two canned or dry goods, those who have never practiced at Sterling or who haven’t been in more than three months can take a free class!

First-timers or those returning after three months can make up to three donations for up to three free classes.

We welcome our regular members to help us support this worthwhile cause with food or cash donations. As always, your generosity is appreciated and will help provide for many families in need. Thank you!

Vets Support Donation Class a Great Success Thanks to You!

News | Sep 01, 2017

Veterans Recovery Resources donation based yoga class Mobile ALA very special thank you to all who practiced and supported Veterans Recovery Resources in our recent donation class. A total of $1,111 was raised to help fund this community-based mental wellness program that is currently being developed by veterans for veterans.

Founder John Kilpatrick, one of our very own Sterling yogis, is a 31-year Army reservist is who committed to improving veteran well-being by removing barriers to mental health care. This is especially important as the Gulf Coast is home to the second largest concentration of veterans in the entire country.

Look for announcements in the Sterling newsletter and on our Facebook page for more events to help support these brave men and women who serve to protect our freedom.