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Visit us 12+ times a month for classes and/or spa appointments to receive a $20 gift card towards massage, membership, or to pay forward for a friend. We recommend taking 2 classes in a row - our 40min 360°Barre is usually followed by 60min Glow Flow, and on Fridays, we have 4:20p Yin Yoga followed by 5:40p 'Inner Bliss' SoundBath - a great way to retreat and unwind your week for 2 hours. 

February Winners:

Adrienne P.       Kevin Z.*

Amy S.               Kathleen B. 

Anita W.*           Marcella C.*

Alex L.*              Molly H.* 

Carissa P.*         Paige R. 

Divya C.              Reem S.*

Erin E.                 Sarah B.*

Esther S.*           Sonja K. *   

Hailey J.              Tanya Y.

Jacqueline B.     

* attended 15+ classes/spa visits & entered our New Year CBD Massage Awards!


All visitors automatically enroll in our New Year Selfcare Awards to receive a 60min massage for taking 15+ classes/month for 3 months in a row January-March. Join our classes daily and build create a sustainable workout habit that makes you feel your best. Next quarterly Massage Reward enrollment restarts in April!

Glow Monthly Curriculum

for Physical & Spiritual Growth

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Huta Niyama - Building Spiritual Rituals

There are 10 Yamas and 10 Niyamas - daily values and practices from ancient Vedic Sanskrit texts that help us reach our full potential in personal, spiritual, and professional growth, and liberate us from mental, spiritual, and physical suffering.  This month we are diving deeper into developing a daily practice of connecting to our inner spirit, our inner wisdom, and the greater consciousness.

Just like many traditions light a candle, leave flowers at a shrine, or bow to a deity statute - we too can create a ritual that works for us to remember our spirit. Today, while our life is full of distractions, and celebrity - influence,  it is so easy to forget our own inner depth, our beautiful essence. To help you remember your own connection to the divine, your own ingenuity and beauty, I invite you to develop a self-honoring ritual you can look forward to every day. While in ancient rituals they sacrificed all kinds of unthinkable things, today, to connect to our higher selves - we only have to sacrifice the screentime. 


5 Ideas For Developing Daily Spiritual Rituals: 

1. If you love morning tea like myself - wake up early and sit quietly with your favorite cup, think of a few things you are grateful for, watch the sunrise for 10 minutes, and enjoy your own special company. To make it extra mindful - burn a little sage or sprinkle cinnamon into your drink, soak into your senses as you enjoy your meditative quiet time. To connect with myself, I do morning breathwork and a mini-workout routine before I begin to tackle all daily projects. 

2. At night - you can light a candle, spray lavender mist, and take a long shower or fill up a bath - that could be your ritual of connecting to yourself, quiet time to listen to the insight. 

3. Getting into bed at night - read a few pages of a spiritual book. Or, open your journal and write a few moments of the day you're grateful for, And maybe a lesson or two too.  Before falling asleep, I like to recite a prayer for everyone's well-being. 

4. A daily visit to the church of your choice. For me, it's yoga - whatever form it is - movement, breathwork, meditation, or reading a philosophy book.

5. A daily ritual of keeping things neat: place all items you use into their places once done, clean all dishes, and wipe the surrounding surfaces. Every act of beautifying your environment can be your daily spiritual ritual, your time to connect to the inner calm and wisdom, to your essential nature.

I love the old Buddhist saying: whenever you have a free minute - go sweep the sidewalk. 

What could be your ritual to honor your spirit? To check on your inner weather? To connect to your heart, grace and wisdom? 

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Sending you gratitude, love, and peace

Natasha & Glowing Team

Kayaking & Silence Eco-Retreat

June 23-25 2023

Put a memorable Northern California summer adventure on the books: join my yearly quiet weekend to unplug from our devices and the city noise to spend quality time with nature, and ourselves.  No experience needed: I'll teach you to kayak, so you can add peaceful, zen, eco-adventures to your life.  You'll get a taste of how calming, soothing, and replenishing the forest, water, and silence are.

The river is safe and calm: you can even enjoy kayaking with a cup of morning coffee. Home to ancient woods and a huge variety of birds, the sounds and sights from the kayaker's point of view are magic.

We'll enjoy Sunrise Breathwork, Meditation, and Kayaking right out of our backyard. During the day I encourage you to stay silent, enjoy nature, journal, explore the river, sun lounge, read, paint (I am bringing canvases), and practice meditation – use this opportunity to reconnect to your heart, see what needs releasing, and what needs your loving care. We"ll enjoy conversation during our meals. This is a drug-free, screen-minimal detox retreat.

After this weekend we will feel recharged and have a sense of clarity, fresh perspective on our lives, and appreciation for the little things we might have been taking for granted.


Complete beginners welcome: flat waters. No swimming experience is needed, no one will be getting wet unless you want to swim - it will definitely be hot swimming weather! Plus we're wearing safety vests. 





  1. Adyashanti recordings - he has many recorded sanghas I buy to listen to on my walks >

  2. The Unthererted Soul by Michael Singer (constantly, on repeat  - it's a lifelong reminder) >

  3. The Book of Awakening by Mark Nepo. I read it in print at night and in the mornings - life contemplations to start or finish a day with >

  4. The Spiritual Psychology teacher Michelle Chalfant's Adult Chair Podcast >

  5. Weekly recordings from the Spirit Rock The Heart Wisdom Podcast of Jack Kornfield >



Every 2 weeks join The Journal Time Katrina is leading to support the community on this self-awareness journey. Journaling is a part of yoga called svadhyaya, self-study, an incredible tool for processing our life experiences and for closing the gap between our values and our actions. Join us in person or via Zoom >



Please take a look at our current in-person schedule of yoga, meditation, soundbaths for self-awareness, and 360Barre classes > 



Your life is now. Here. In stunning Bay Area. Make it more meaningful, enjoy it, and do something different. We are bringing a variety of holistic leaders and healers to educate, unwind, nurture our spirit, and entertain our curiosity every weekend > 

Glow Podcast is LIVE 'Slow Down To Heal'

With the widespread anxiety, anger, insomnia, fatigue and fast-paced fitness frenzy I want to honor the sacredness of slowing down. The podcast's mission is to share easy practices and lifehacks with our team & beyond: breathwork, meditation, mindset, self-awareness, mindful strengthening, and bodywork you can do while listening! Our mission is to empower all to daily non-negotiable selfcare that feels good. My wish for all is a pain-free meaningful life. Always-be-strengthening is my motto, and you'll never hear me talk about weight loss. What we ought to lose are our outdated coping patterns and beliefs that make us feel righteous and upset. Healing is an application of loving & care to all the places that hurt.

I am very grateful for your support in co-creating our sweet inspiring community of Glow. Join us to develop sustainable and joyful selfcare for life'.

You can subscribe to Glow Apple Podcast here >

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