Curative Yoga Bigfork
Offers students of all physical abilities a safe and nurturing environment to do something powerful for their mind, body, and spirit. Guided by thoughtful, skilled, and compassionate teachers, you will find whether you are new to yoga, or advanced in your practice, we welcome you to our studio and hope that wherever you are on your journey, you find a home here with us.
What We Offer
Curative Yoga™ offers a yoga style steeped in ancient traditions, yet thoroughly modern in that it offers students the keys to physical, emotional and spiritual health which are so necessary in today’s fast-paced world.
Our classes are distinctly different from other forms of exercise. They teach people how to concentrate their attention, not on instruments, muscles, or body movements, but on their awakened energy, which is the direct giver of power, strength and vitality to all bodily tissues – including the muscular. Hence, the faithful student will find in time that the yoga exercises invariably and consciously develop his will power, along with his bodily strength.
Yoga has many benefits. A few of the most widely recognized are increased flexibility, increased muscle strength and tone, improved concentration and enhanced creativity. Yoga also helps with weight loss and the effects of asthma, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, headaches, heart disease, diabetes and multiple sclerosis. By calming the spirit and clearing the mind, yoga yields a sense of inner peace and harmony.
Many people come to yoga looking for a physical regimen of poses and hope to leave the class feeling like they have accomplished something. Curative Yoga™ offers that as well as something much deeper: a feeling of physical, emotional and spiritual balance.
Our teachings are rooted and derived from Yoga of Mystics ®, a yogic philosophy that incorporates the highest ideals of Hatha, Raja (Ashtanga) Yoga as well as a strong foundation of Eastern and Western flavored wisdom and a profound understanding and use of breath. Where most yoga philosophies focus on the physical aspect of yoga, Yoga of Mystics® broadens the view to include all aspects of the student’s wellness and assures that each class will leave the student feeling strong, balanced and feeling great without the risk of injury or undue strain.
- Will 100%
- Concentration 100%
- Strength 100%
- Flexibilty 100%
- Balance 100%
Frequently Asked Questions
New to yoga? To help answer any questions you might have we’ve prepared a set of frequently asked questions. If you cannot find answers to your questions here please feel free to email us using the form at the bottom of the page and one of our teachers will get right back to you.
What do I need to begin?
A willing attitude and comfortable clothing that will allow you to easily move are all that you need to practice yoga. If you have your own mat, please bring it with you otherwise we have mats for rent at the studio.
I'm not flexible. Can I do yoga?
What is Hatha yoga?
The word hatha means willful or forceful. It refers to a set of physical exercises (known as asanas or postures) that are designed to align your muscles and bones so that your body becomes more balanced. The postures are intended to open the many channels of the body—especially the main channel, the spine—so that energy can flow freely.
“My heart, mind, body and soul are showing tremendous improvement from my practice at Curative Yoga. I find myself experiencing healing in all aspects of my life.”Carolyn V.
Kalee is a gem of a yoga instructor. She in genuine and sincere in her desire to contribute to your well-being and exudes an energy that is contagious. She’ll motivate you to activate your will, increase your capacity and dig into a heartfelt place you didn’t know you had.Dan C.
“Body full of oxygen, heart full of love. Can’t express my gratitude enough for these wonderful classes.”Monique K.