Paris Yoga Project
in Full Detail

Located in Historic Downtown Paris Texas, at 117 Clarksville St.

Available for in studio use or for purchase

  • Mats

  • Blocks

  • Straps

  • Blankets


  • Improve flexibility, strength and posture

    Yoga will help stretch and tone you muscles.  Popular poses like chaturanga will simultaneously work on strengthening your arms, legs, shoulders and abs.  A common misconception, you don’t have to be flexible to do yoga, flexibility comes with time and practice.

  • Weight Loss

    Even a gentle yoga proactice can fuel the metabolic system and will help burn fat, leading to weight loss. Levels of cortisol, the hormone that is released in response to stress and low blood-glucose concentration, will be lowered, leading to less overeating.

  • Increase Energy

    Just a few minutes of yoga will provide that much needed energy boost in our busy lives and help keep you fresh longer.  With its unique synergy of body and breath work, yoga can help when your reserves are running low.

  • Reduce Stress

    Any yoga practice, even short daily ones, have been shown to be an amazing stress buster.  Studies have show that people who regular practice all three elements of a yoga practice, poses, breathing and meditation, are better able to regulate their heart-rate variability.

  • Be happier

    A recent study has shown that practicing yoga and meditating results in higher serotonin levels (the happiness hormone).  Just 15 minutes of yoga can change your brain chemistry and improve your mood.  Studies have shown that gamma-aminobutyric (GABA) levels are higher after practicing yoga.  Higher GABA levels are associated with lower levels of depression and anxiety,

  • Live Longer

    A regular yoga practice will help to increase your level of fitness, regulate your heart rate, reduce stress levels and make you a happier person.  All of these elements add valuable years to your life.  It is well known that yoga decreases the risk of heart disease and reduces the pace of your breathing, which has been directly linked to a longer lifespan.