| noun/adj | my – tree|
definition: Friendliness, Loving Kindness
Yoga truly means to unite, and through our friendly community we connect to our highest selves, our bodies, to each other and create a home for you to belong.
Maitri is here to balance out the state of our world today by bringing people together as friends, fully loving and accepting ourselves and others just as we are in this moment while at the same time walking our paths to improve our lives.
At Maitri you’ll find a diversity of classes suited to your energy, your lifestyle and your timeline, all taught by an incredible team of skilled and compassionate teachers.
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The overall improvement of health and wellness that yoga and meditation offer is vast and enduring. Come in for yourself to feel what its like to have less stress and strain, to lose the unwanted weight you’ve been carrying around, and to strengthen yourself physically, mentally and emotionally all in the comfort of a friendly community.
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Voting is an integral part of our American society. Honestly, it is part of your Dharma (your duty) as being born in this country. Maitri Yoga Center is not here to tell you who to vote for. I'm sure if we started the discussion we would have some fun debates at the...
Freedom’s Path ~ Mindy Arbuckle Here I sit, leaning against a towering ponderosa pine tree, sun shining on me, breeze gently caressing my skin amongst the gentle mountains. I breathe in deeply and recognize the peace that surrounds me. I hear crows off in the...
Stressed out and spinning out of control? ~ Mindy Arbuckle It’s funny to see how stress affects different people. Some just go right with the flow and resist life very little. Other’s hold their breath, tighten up and hold onto the little control they really have...