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Check out what's new at YogaX.  Our team is busily developing programs and resources.  We will post updates to this page for a while before they become a permanent feature elsewhere.  

News about New Online YogaX Practices


We now offer

  • Mindfulness moments here

  • Guided meditations here 

  • Breathing practices here

  • Movement practices here 

  • Ideas for pose modifications/adaptations here

  • COVID-19-related resources here

Keep checking our Resources and Practices Pages as we are adding new content daily to help support you and your family as we are collectively practicing resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Wishing you health. 

News about Upcoming Free Resources for Home Practices


Dear YogaX Community –

Allow me to invite you to take a moment with all of us at YogaX to settle into the meaning of what is happening in the world today.  More than ever, we are reminded that we are one worldwide community, one people – equally vulnerable to illness and hardship; equally exposed to challenge and obstacles.  All of us experience vulnerability in this moment – through personal illness, the suffering of loved ones, the pain of those whom we may not know and yet are connected to through shared humanity.  We must also recognize that not all of us have equal access to resources to cope with the challenges of this moment.  YogaX is encouraging everyone to reflect on how we each can make a difference.  Perhaps we can shop for an elderly neighbor or call someone we know is suffering; perhaps we can reach out to a stranger with support, food, or emergency supplies.  Each one of us has something to share – even simply kindness, compassion, and humanity. 

Soon, YogaX will begin offering online resources to support a home yoga practice that connects you to community – to sangha.  Already, you can access our mindfulness moment meditations at yogaX.com.  Gentle, short practices focus on helping you settle into the moment, reflect on your inner resources, engage with your feelings and responses, and calm your nervous system.  We hope these brief meditations help all of us through the most challenging moments and remind us that it is these moments that motivate – and define – our practice.  It is the capacity of yoga to create connection, compassion, and lovingkindness that keeps us coming to the mat. 

Please meet us virtually on the mat as we encourage you to maintain an active yoga practice, reach out to your yoga friends, and bring your yoga into the world.  We are one worldwide community.  Let us never forget that each moment is our opportunity for show up for one another.

With profound appreciation and great warmth –


News about COVID-19 Related Schedule Changes

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We have removed workshop dates from our website.  Please keep checking back as we create online workshop options and start rescheduling events.


We have delayed the start date for our 200-Hour Weekend YTT until June 2020, at the earliest.

We are rescheduling our 200-Hour YTT Retreat #2 - stay tuned for new dates.W

Wishing you health. 

YogaX in the News 

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We are excited to let you know that YogaX is getting attention in the media.  In recent weeks, we have been interviewed for magazine articles and podcasts:

To learn more about YogaX, you can read about us in Om Yoga Magazine.  YogaX is featured in Om Magazine's celebratory 100th issue of September 2019.  The article entitled Where Science Meets Soul features YogaX and invites your comments at editor@ommagazine.com.

​You can also listen to a Podcast by Stephanie Cunningham of "Changing the Face of Yoga", interviewing Dr. Chris Brems, Director of YogaX.  


Learn about YogaX, its underlying philosophy, its understanding of yoga, and more.  We would love to hear your thoughts and comments about the interview.  

You can always find more news about us on our Instagram feed. 

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