Studio Rise is a yoga studio offering classes in a variety of types and styles of yoga including Vinyasa, Yin, and Restorative Yoga. At Rise, all that is required to attend is a willingness to learn. We offer a sacred and relaxing environment, excellently trained instructors, and a place to find strength, flexibility, a healthy way to manage stress, mental freedom, and most importantly, yourself. With an open mind, transformation of mind, body, and soul can happen! So join us as we authentically approach discovering our true selves and a balanced way of being!
Roll out your mats, get a little sweaty and be amazed by what happens.
Ayurveda. The lifestyle of wellness. The science of balance. A path to harmony. Ayurveda is a body of wisdom used to balance the elements which make up our unique and individual bodies, helping us be as vibrant and healthy as possible.
Candace Koslen has been a yoga instructor at various studios and locations in the Cleveland area since 2004 and has been practicing Ayurveda since 2014. She received her Practitioner’s Certificate from California College of Ayurveda and does educational workshops as well as private consultations, coaching others to heal themselves through this ancient lifestyle of Ayurveda.
Candace defines it like this: “Each of us has our own unique balance of the three doshas in our bodies and minds. The doshas are composed of the elements; earth, water, fire, air, and ether. Vata dosha is made up of air and ether. Pitta dosha is made up of fire and water. Kapha dosha is made up of water and earth. The first step in approaching an ayurvedic journey is to understand your constitution or your dominant dosha. Your dosha or constitution defines your physical and emotional nature and provides a look at your tendencies. Through understanding your body structure and your physical and emotional tendencies, you can begin to understand yourself and how you relate to the world around you.”
Join Candace to learn more about the general practices of Ayurveda. Begin to understand your unique mind/body type in order to begin making the most wise choices in order to attain ultimate mind/body health.
$20 early registration; $25 on the day
An Uprising is coming. A resistance to a life without passion. A revolt against blending in. This movement, this Uprising, is calling to you. You are being called to rise up. You are being called to More. Whether as an instructor in the yoga community or as a leader in the global community, both require all of and the best of you. Seek and find the best version of yourself.
Studio Rise 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training will launch in March 2018 and we are calling you to join this Uprising. To engage in discovering who you are at your core, realizing the larger purpose for which you were made, and equipping others to do the same--this is the purpose and mission of our training. Through practice of meditation, asana alignment, sequencing, yoga tradition, philosophy, and the “whys” for practical application, set out on a journey to which there is no end. This training is asking for More. You are curious, you know there is more to discover, step out and dive deep.
Training takes place in 2 sessions, 1 in the spring and 1 in the fall. You may enter either the spring or the fall and take the other at your convenience and availability. The time between will allot for practice teaching as well as deepening your own practice.
We are now accepting applications for the Autumn Formation, Sept 6-October 28. Both spring and autumn training sessions are Thursdays 5pm-9pm and Sundays 12:30pm-6pm.
Each formation is $1400, however, you can save 10% if you register for both sessions at the same time, making the total $2520.
Land among an olive grove and breathe deeply the warm desert air. You have found yourself in an oasis for your soul as well as an oasis in the busyness of your life. An oasis where you can drink deep the refreshing waters of simply being. Aubrey, along with the staff at Peacock Pavilion, will create space for you to set aside doing and allow curiosity to rise up--Curiosity about the seen landscape around you and the unseen landscape within you. Be free to wander in new places, learn new cultures, and discover the souljourner within.
This retreat will offer opportunities to get lost intentionally and, in doing so, find your way home.
Shopping in ancient medinas, camel rides on the beach, personalized henna art, and, oh yeah, yoga in an open air pavilion. Just to name some of what you can expect in your travels...
Six nights and seven days in a boutique Moroccan resort tucked in an olive grove. All your needs met--and then some.
Whether you seek new experiences in food, drink, sights and sounds. Or if you just need a respite from the grind of daily life.
It waits for you in Morocco...
$2000 per person
Includes meals, room and board, any yoga you choose to participate in, taxes, gratuities, and so many more extra special surprises. Flights are additional
Owner // RYT-200
Aubrey Bates began a yoga practice in 2010 and something stirred. She followed that stirring and in a hot power vinyasa class, something awoke. Not knowing what that "something" was, she continued following her practice, finally identifying it during teacher training at Amazing Yoga in 2014. Herself. Yoga has taught her how to overcome her fears, to feel strong and free and to courageously follow the passion of helping others to do the same. As a teacher, her favorite classes will make you sweat, challenge you to places beyond where you thought you were capable. And then, best of all, she'll celebrate alongside you the mental, physical and spiritual breakthroughs we experience as lifelong yoga students. Aubrey completed a 200 Yoga Teacher Training with Diana Vitantonio and Soul Activist/Breathless Yoga.
When Aubrey isn't living yoga off the mat being taxi/cheerleader/chef/housekeeper/nurse to her 3 kids, or friend/partner/lover to her husband, and when she isn't drinking coffee/wine with her friends, cooking or eating a great meal or even doing her favorite hobby, reading, she'll gratefully be on her mat, being reminded that she is enough.
Rebecca will tell you she discovered yoga quite by accident when her insatiable need for new experiences landed her in a 5:30am class in the new studio in town but, as she believes in the larger order in theseemingly random chaos of the universe, figured she was in all actuality placed there purposely. In one hour every perception she had about yoga was tossed out the same window that had newly opened to her body, mind, and spirit. And even though she suspected theUniverse was playing her like a fiddle, she happily and heartily agreed to follow the tune. It was that good.
She has been practicing for 3 short, but full, years and recently received her 200 hour RYT certification throughStudio Rise in Ashland. Yoga has become her way of looking at life through a thing she does, connecting herself to herself and to her community in a way she didn’t know was missing, and her heart’s greatest desire is to see that connection flourish in others as they move on their mats.
Rebecca’s favorite thing to do is experience moments with her favorite people, mainly her steadfast husband, Michael, and their 2 inquisitive, energetic children. History and Humanities lessons and a sprinkling of the fantastic abound in their household and resonate through their vacations, frequent trips in the Nature, choice of reading materials and entertainment, and topics of conversation. You’ll most likely catch her talking or eating on camera and if you find her in a tree with a book you’ll know she’s Home.
Tell me about an "ah-ha" yoga moment.
The first time yoga made me cry and I realized how deeply movement was connected to our emotions. That our minds, fascia, muscles, nerves, hormones, feelings, desires, energies, synapses, thoughts, perceptions, organs, were all the same thing, they move as one...kind of the like the Holy Trinity...parts but all made of the same thing and responding at the same time. I remember feeling foolish that it had not occurred to me before (more than on a mental level) and then immediately laughing at myself for thinking I know so much. Then wondering what else I don't know yet. Followed directly by wanting to know more.
What is your favorite song to yoga to?
Don't ask that song question. Anybody who cares enough about music to care about that question would never answer it.
How about if I phrase the song question like this: if this song comes on, you can't help but move. Right now, what is that song?
Never, never Going to Give you Up by Cake (cover)
Niki, a wife, mother of 3, and an Ashland native. She began practicing yoga in her living room with Shiva Rea in 2013 and she knew right away that yoga was going to be her thing. Not long after Studio Rise opened its doors she became a regular, and her practice and her love for yoga grew into something much more than she ever expected. Niki completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training at Studio Rise in April 2017 and loves sharing her passion for yoga with the Ashland community. When Niki is off the mat, you will find her at home spending time with her family and 4 cats.
If you had the power to heal one thing in the world, what would it be?
"Self doubt. It is so crippling."
What is your life's mantra?
"'I am...' Usually its just those 2 words, to remind myself that just being or holding space is enough, but also to remember that I can fill in the blank after those 2 words with anything."
My journey started years ago when I realized how uncomfortable I was in my own skin. Meditation and yoga quickly became my weekly routine once I got started. I was determined to feel better, regardless of what the number on the scale told me. Studio Rise jump started me into self discovery! I had never made settling my mind a priority, or purposely tried to be alone with my thoughts. Many meditations and practices later, I feel such peace with my true self. Though I have lost 50 pounds+ over the years, it is such an enlightening feeling to feel true love for yourself. Mind, body, & soul! The greatest gift I have given myself is the freedom to choose love. The freedom to be and love my true self every day. To love and treat others the way I wish to be treated. To embrace the beauty in every person and everything. Not every day is rainbows and sunshine, but it’s now easier than ever to find my way back to peace. Yoga has always been my favorite form of physical activity. I love the mental challenge, the flexibility, and the full body stretch. The class that I teach provides the same benefits, which is why I enjoy it so much! Hope to see you soon. May you be safe, may you be healthy, may you be happy, and may you be at ease in your community. (Last line from my favorite meditation guru, Rolf Gates)
Mary started doing yoga about 3 years ago to help her relax from working night shift. Mary did a home practice for a year a half, before coming to Studio Rise. Some of Mary's favorite things are being in nature and by water. She spends time with her family, which includes her dogs. Mary completes her training at Sequioa Wellness Center and is also Reiki certified.
Tell about an "ah-ha" yoga moment: It was the first time I got crow pose for a split second and then I fell on my forehead! I'll keep trying to get crow pose again.
If you could heal one thing in the world, what would it be? Depression-too many people close to me suffer from it and I want to help them all
Yoga simply translates as "union." Yoga is a physical practice which unites mind, body, and soul. Through a series of "asanas" or physical postures, you'll strengthen stretch, and balance your phyiscal body. Through uniting movement and breath your mind will grow calm, peaceful, and you will achieve a greater sense of overall well-being
"Power" speaks to the high energy, sweaty, and athletic style of yoga practiced at Studio Rise. While you don't have to be an athlete to practice here, even in the basics classes, you'll have an element of cardio conditioning.
Vinyasa means "breath-syncronized movement." A large focus of a Vinyasa classes is to connect each movement to the breath--either inhaling or exhaling. And using the power of the breath to move you, your mind is allowed to relax and release stress so you won't feel like you are straining or exhausted at the end of class, as you would during a "traditional" workout.
When movement, asana, is connected to breath, or prana, the practice takes on a fluid and almost dance like quality. In other words, it flows.
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