2 years, baby.

As I sit at my desk at home on a reeeaaally hot summer day (are we done yet with this heat?) I'm thinking back two years ago. I was busier than I'd ever been. overwhelmed, so terrified, but excited. I'd been working with Sandi, owner of Y.O.G.A. for the Soul and keeper of the space Kula inhabits now, to take over the lease and continue her work forward. Then on September 1st, 2017, I felt as if I'd birthed a vision into the world. We signed papers and it was official. In just three months I'd started teaching at her studio, created a website, negotiated a lease, hired some more teachers, borrowed funds to purchase the business (thanks, mom!), and worked to get our fixer-upper house on the market to pay mom back. These two years have been full of exciting growth, amazing connections and conversations, brokenness and rebuilding, and hard lessons... and I wouldn't trade it for the world. God has been doing great work through Kula yoga in these two years and I can't wait to see him continue to move. We've been blessed with the most amazing teachers, front desk support, and faithful community of yogis. I'm honored and humbled to be the one to lead and guide this community every. day. SO! We're planning an Open House to celebrate! Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 5th. We'll have four 45-minute FREE yoga classes (watch for the schedule and sign-ups coming in September!), deals on our yoga all week, local vendors and services I know you'll love, massages from Aimee, a tea and coffee truck, Ranger Visual Co. taking photos, and a game to get you some free stuff! If you've never been in, it's been a really long time, OR you're a regular around here, we hope you'll come hang out and celebrate with us! ALSO, we've planned some new, sweet stuff and I hope you'll take time to scroll down (way down) to check it all out. The research is showing that even with how connected we are through our devices, we are getting lonelier and lonelier as a culture... we hope you join us for some good, soul enriching, body positive stuff!

Cheers, Chantal