To help shape a healthier, happier and engaged community, we believe in fostering well-being from the inside out. The built environment plays a crucial role in supporting people’s mind, body and spirit. While we frequently share resources for creating holistic workplaces, we also want to give our community the tools to focus on personal well-being so we can be greater together.
AOS is thrilled to offer free easy-to-access, weekly yoga classes for all levels. No prior experience necessary!
We encourage attendees to bring their own mat, but we have a couple extras if needed. Water and any additional equipment will be provided each class.
We’ve recorded a few of our classes so attendees can enjoy our flow from their home, the outdoors or wherever they prefer to practice! Click here to watch them on YouTube.
By taking time to center your mind and your body, you can refresh, regain focus, and reconnect with yourself.
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McKensie Kirchner took her first yoga class in college and absolutely hated it! Being a college athlete, she found yoga to be unstimulating for both her mind and her body. Fast forward 10 years to when she began working at a local boutique fitness studio in New Orleans. Here she was introduced to a new type of yoga flow. One that was upbeat, creative, powerful, liberating and soulful! From this epiphany and many hours on the mat, McKensie co-founded the local, social pop-up yoga company, NOLA Vibe Yoga in 2016. She went on to become a RYT 200 certified yoga instructor in 2019.
Her number one goal as an instructor is for students to have a free-spirited, joyful experience on the mat. We’re here to be intentional but not get caught up in ideals of perfection! McKensie’s yoga classes are upbeat, heartfelt and community-oriented. She offers abundant cues and modifications, which allows each yogi to take their flow to a level where they can thrive. Things McKensie loves: “flowy” flows, creative transitions, great playlists, core work, chair pose, and laughter. Combining all of these things brings her students to a yoga-stoned savasana where all feels right with the world.
Through wellness and well-being, we must continue to focus on the physical, mental and social aspects of our daily lives. While it’s important that we take time to rest, we also need to keep moving. Breathe. Dance. Sing. Run. Stretch. Our routines may be different right now, but it’s important that we keep them. Below are tools to keep yourself moving forward, so that we may all move forward together.
Can't make it to Tuesday flow at AOS? NOLA Tribe Yoga currently offers nine weekly classes outside and online!VIEW THE SCHEDULE
Orangetheory is providing 30-minute total body workouts at home to keep you active. Clear some space and get ready to sweat!WATCH ONLINE
Magnolia Yoga Studio helps you strengthen the mind-body connection with yoga and meditation.VIEW THEIR PRACTICE
Looking to feel the rhythm? Listen to Muuto's playlist curated by curated by Copenhagen-based DJ Villads Larsen to accompany your at-home yoga classes.LISTEN NOW
Calm your mind and focus on your breath with these free meditations from Make Movements.TAKE A DEEP BREATH
While we can't always workout mid-day, it's important to incorporate breaks into our routine like stretching. Taking a few minutes to unwind every day will help you alleviate stress and post-workout soreness.REACH FOR IT