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Sterling 60 Added on Fridays, Platinum Plus Returns Oct. 28

Announcement | Oct 01, 2017

Sterling Hot Yoga, Platinum Plus, special yoga class, intermediate yoga classDue to several months of inconsistent attendance, we are replacing the Viscous Yin class at 9:30 a.m. on Fridays with a Sterling 60 at the same time!

Now you can get your hot yoga, even if you’re not an early bird!

Several students have also requested a Sterling 60 after an Inferno Hot Pilates.

This is your chance to get your high-intensity workout in, followed by a heated stretch to help soothe sore muscles immediately afterward.

This change is effective beginning in October, so the first Sterling 60 at 9:30 a.m. will take place on Friday, Oct. 6. See you then!

 

Slow Flow Vinyasa Class on Wednesday Mornings

If you’re looking to add another vinyasa class to your routine, remember there is an unheated, slow flow class on Wednesday mornings at 8 a.m. This is an all-levels class led by Manja, who guides you as you develop strength, improve balance and enhance flexibility.

This class is offered for a $10 donation, so this class is open to the public. No Sterling membership or package is required to attend. Please support this class to ensure it continues to be available on our schedule!

 

Platinum Plus Scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 28

Your 26/2 practice can be challenging enough, but if you want to take it to the next level, try Platinum Plus!

This 75-minute practice incorporates the 26/2 postures of the beginner’s class, as well as intermediate Ghosh, vinyasa and yin postures.

Your next chance to try  Platinum Plus will be Saturday, Oct. 28 at Noon.

This class is an excellent way to try something new, push your body in a different way, work toward more challenging postures, and feel energized and accomplished. We recommend that you have practiced the 26/2 sequence for a minimum of three months before taking this class. This class is offered for a donation of $10.

Kidding Around Yoga With Cassie Is Back in October!

Events | Oct 01, 2017

kids yoga Kidding Around Yoga Sterling Hot Yoga Mobile AL YogaJoin Cassie Holder on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 1 p.m. for another fun afternoon of yoga fit for the whole family! You and your little yogis can enjoy time together over yoga, lighthearted songs, crafts and snacks.

This Kidding Around Yoga class is recommended for children ages 3 to 8, but all ages and families are welcome to attend. Cost is only $15 per family. (We’re not kidding!)

Cassie was recently certified as a Kidding Around Yoga teacher, and she has been sharing her excitement and knowledge of yoga ever since! Please show your support for this event and this very enthusiastic teacher!

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!

Labor Day Cancellations and More Class Announcements

Announcement | Sep 01, 2017

Labor Day Yoga Schedule Sterling Hot Yoga Mobile ALLabor Day is Monday, Sept. 4, so we will be offering an abbreviated schedule to give you (and our staff) a little break.We’ll still be open to give you time to relax in the hot room, but our schedule will be as follows:

Sunday, Sept. 3
8:15 a.m. – Iron Hour
9:30 a.m. – Sterling 60
2:30 p.m. – Gold 90 – CANCELLED
4:30 p.m. – Viscous Yin – CANCELLED

Monday, Sept. 4
6:15 a.m. – Sterling 60 – CANCELLED
8:15 a.m. – Inferno Hot Pilates
9:30 a.m. – Gold 90
5:15 p.m. – Sterling 60 – CANCELLED
6:30 p.m. – Iron Hour – CANCELLED

Sterling Bingo ends Sept. 12

Have you earned a bingo yet?

Sixty-three yogis are participating in Sterling Bingo, and some are well on their way to “blackout” status! That means a completed card and with that you earn a free Sterling yoga mat!

There are four other opportunities to win something for your efforts. And remember you are getting healthy along the way!

Remember, this is your opportunity to try a class you might not regularly take, do a double or say something wild and crazy in class!

If you’re not currently playing, there is still time. But hurry, the game ends soon! Come get healthy, get rewarded and most importantly, have fun!

Slow Flow Vinyasa Returns on Wednesdays

If you’re looking for a non-heated vinyasa flow class, make plans to join Manja Podratz every Wednesday morning at 8 a.m.

This 60-minute class is designed to build strength, promote balance and increase flexibility in a slow flow practiced in an unheated setting. All levels welcome. $10 drop-in.

 

Join Us at Yoga Life Fair to Raise Yoga Awareness

Events | Sep 01, 2017

Yoga Life Fair Mobile Baldwin County AlabamaYoga Life Fair is an annual event in Fairhope that is designed to help raise awareness of yoga in our local communities.

On Sept. 16 from 2:30 p.m. until 6 p.m., many yoga studios will join together at Fairhope Pier Park to share demonstrations of different styles of yoga, information and other related activities. Sterling will be well represented there too!

Sprite and Chad Wood will offering a partner yoga demonstration from 5:30-6 p.m. Partner yoga expands yoga practice into the realm of relationships, utilizing the principles of individual postures while incorporating the presence of another person to deepen the impact of the experience.

David Roberts will lead a 26/2 hot yoga demonstration from 4:30-5 p.m. Our Sterling yogis are welcome to join in and share your passion with others. It’s your opportunity to take a hot yoga class outside in natural surroundings, especially since the weather should cooperate!

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.

 

Holistic Healing and Yoga Therapy Sessions Soon Available

Announcement | Aug 04, 2017

holistic healing and yoga therapy sessions mobile alJulia Szvath, a holistic healer who combines both the conventional medicine of psychology with alternative solutions, such as breath work and yoga therapy, will return to Sterling for two weeks starting Aug. 20.

Sterling Hot Yoga Mobile founder Lucille Moran credited her work with Julia as an integral part of her recovery from breast cancer.

Julia believes that you are more than your physical body, and that parts of you, like your thoughts, your emotions or your energy field might be invisible to the eye, but they play a vital role in your health and well-being.

“Therefore I believe that a holistic approach is crucial to achieve long-lasting results in healing and recovery,” she said. “Addressing the individual as a whole instead of focusing on the physical symptom is a key to restoring health, peace and harmony.

“Illness is a teacher and healing is a journey of self discovery towards personal freedom,” she said. “My role is to assist individuals on this journey and provide support and guidance for our common goal: to restore health and live life fully without fear.”

Julia’s sessions are available to everyone. All you need is a willingness to try and an open mind to receive. To learn more about Julia, click here.

To schedule a session with Julia, contact David Roberts at the studio. More details will be sent in an email later this month. Also follow our Facebook page for more information!

 

Help Support Local Vets with Special Donation-Based Class

Announcement | Aug 04, 2017

veterans recovery resources mobile alVeterans Recovery Resources is a non-profit, community-based mental wellness program that is currently being developed by veterans for veterans.

John Kilpatrick, one of our own Sterling yogis and a 31-year Army reservist, is the founder of the program. The goal of Veterans Recovery Resources is to improve veteran well-being by removing barriers to mental health care.

John is passionate about providing a unique recovery program for veterans and their families suffering from substance abuse, PTSD and other mental health issues.

The Gulf Coast is home to 5 million veterans, the second largest concentration in the entire country. In Southwest Alabama alone, there are more than 64,000 veterans. Of those brave men and women, 7,000 are in immediate need of help.

Local resources are currently very limited, but John is creating a program that truly will benefit each and every returning service member who needs and deserves assistance and care.

To help support this very worthy cause, please join us Monday, Aug. 21 at 5:15 p.m. for the Sterling 60 class. Sprite Rose Wood will lead the class in honor of our military veteran community and in support of Veterans Recovery Resources.

Tax-deductible donations will be accepted and 100 percent of the monies raised will be given to this much-needed program. Your donations will make an immediate difference. We look forward to seeing you then!