Directions from all points…

 

We are located at 770  Reading Rd., Mason, OH   45040, right next to the Ace Hardware.

I-75 Southbound   (From Dayton area)


  • Take I-75 South towards Cincinnati, and take Exit 22 (Tylersville Rd.).
  • Turn left onto Tylersville Rd., and travel for approximately 2.8 miles.
  • Take a sharp right onto Reading Rd., and travel for approximately 0.4 miles.
  • Destination is on the left.

I-71 Southbound   (From Columbus area)


  • Take I71South towards Cincinnati and take Exit 25  (Kings Mills Rd/OH-741 North towards Mason.
  • Turn right onto Kings Mills Rd/OH-741 for 0.8 miles,  and then turn left to stay on Kings Mills road for 1.7 miles.
  • Turn left onto E Main St (0.3 mi), and then left onto W Main St  for about 1.3 miles.
  • Destination is on the left.

I-75  Northbound   (From Cincinnati area)


  • Take I-75 North towards Dayton, and take Exit 22 (Tylersville Rd.).
  • Turn right onto Tylersville Rd., and travel for approximately 2.7 miles.
  • Take a sharp right onto Reading Rd., and travel for approximately 0.4 miles.
  • Destination is on the left.

I-71 Northbound   (From Cincinnati area)


  • Take I71 North towards Columbus, and take Exit 17 to merge onto I275  WEST.
  • Stay on I275 West and take Exit 46 towards Mason.   Continue to follow US-42 North for 5.5 miles.
  • Destination is on the right.

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A Balanced Body

A Balanced Body

Yoga in all it’s aspects teaches us to be balanced.  What we do on the right side of the body, we do on the left.  When we backbend, we counter the effects of that with a forward bend.  This is a big reason on how yoga works.  We also become more balanced in our moods, thoughts, and have better control with our emotions.  Yoga also teaches us to stay in the middle. As what we do on the right, we do on the left, this has a balancing effect on the central nervous system.  And furthermore, yoga states that our central nervous system by our very birth is in a slight state of being unbalanced.  We either tend to be excitable by nature, or more quiet and retrospective.  By doing the poses on the right and left, and balancing them out with forward and backward bending we are having a great effect on the nervous system.  Over time, it will become more balanced.  When the central nervous system is balanced we are in a peak state of health. “It’s like driving a car,” says De Blas, a professor of physiology and neurobiology in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. “You have to have a pedal for the gas and a pedal for the brake. In the same way, nerve cells can have excitatory or inhibitory effects.” If these two types of nerve impulses don’t balance each other, he says, it can cause neurological syndromes, such as epileptic seizures. All the negative consequences of stress are really negative consequences of sympathetic nervous system. Think of it as adrenaline poisoning.... read more
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