Celebrate with Us!
Join us on 11/11 at
* 4:00 with a community class with Val
* 5:00 for Kirtan with Mindy and
* 5:30-7:00 Open House Pot Luck!
| 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.
Come as you are. You’ll fit right in.
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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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How do I choose to define myself? ~ Mindy Arbuckle I recently found this great quote from Oprah. (Now, I’m not an Oprah junkie by any means. But, I will give her credit. She is a pretty groovy lady and is pretty in tune with this world.) She said: “It’s up to...
Terri Carroll, September 2012 Student of the Month Maitri~ Tell us a little about yourself Terri. Terri~ I grew up in New York and got my undergraduate degree in English/education in Connecticut. I moved to Colorado in 1977, had two lovely daughters, got a Master's...
Nourish Your Yoga Tree ~ Mindy Arbuckle Have you ever been to a yoga studio that you felt like you didn’t belong as soon as you walked in? It seemed that everyone there had a “perfect” body, were ridiculously flexible, and were wearing clothes that you haven’t thought...