Gentle | Moderate | Active
Yoga comes in various incarnations, however, it is a discipline that can be practiced by all. Through our practice, we learn to be mindful of our bodies – physical, mental and emotional. Using the focus on our breathing to turn attention inward, the mind can start to still the seemingly endless mental chatter and we can begin to find openness to all that surrounds us. Our movement on the mat helps to release stress and tension so that we can shed the layers that keep us from this physical, mental and emotional openness, clarity and peace. Learn more about specific benefits of yoga.
If you are new to yoga, be assured that there is a way, shape and form for you. We recommend selecting a style of class based on your physical, mental and emotional needs. The pace of any given day may lead you to a different class. Please contact us with any questions.
Wednesdays, 6:00 – 7:30 pm | Emilie Maynor | $95 for full 6-week series
This series focuses on the foundations of Hatha Yoga in a hands-on, “how-to” format. Traditional poses and breathing exercises will be introduced and built upon each week. While this class appeals to beginners, it is also an opportunity for those rediscovering their practice or those wanting to reconnect with the foundations of the discipline.
Register now for July 19 – August 23
Mondays, 10:00 – 11:15 am | Sandra Agricola
Add a quiet break to your week. Practice your yoga with reverence as you close your eyes and observe your breath in a gentle yoga practice that slows you down and brings you more fully into the moment. We will add props as needed to find a comfortable seated position. For all levels.
Sundays, 2:30 – 4:00 pm | Sandra Agricola
This class offers an open, encouraging and fun environment where students will be guided through creative sequences aimed at exploring the depth of their individual practice and the strength of their minds and bodies. Open to all levels, this practice will help students gain flexibility, strength and coordination. Incorporating breathing techniques and slow flowing movements, students will enhance cardiovascular health, mental clarity and overall well-being. This class has a gentle to moderate pace.
Tuesdays, 5:30-7:00 pm | Marie Blair
Yoga for healing offers a gentle class for those who seek a slower physical release and a softer approach to understanding how yoga can help heal physical, emotional and mental stress and pain. This class is good for those who are new to yoga or movement, those who have not practiced in a long time and those who prefer more focused guidance from the instructor.
Wednesdays, 10:00-11:15 am | Marie Blair
Marie guides students to tap into their strength, flexibility and balance with slow and subtle movement. She invites all to directly observe their experience of breath and changing sensation with a gentle flow and a guided meditation. Ideal for those looking for a gently-paced class, those beginning yoga for the first time, or those returning to their yoga practice after some time away. Also a good class for past participants in Marie’s Persistent Pain series.
Thursdays, 6:00-7:15 pm | Shannon Hancock
Deep Peace Yoga will be a delicious fusion of yin-yoga (deep long holds of postures which emphasize a balance between strength and flexibility) and restorative postures which help you sink deeper into your personal practice, space and healing learning to become more comfortable in your body and resting in stillness. Sound healing and yoga nidra will also be frequently used in savasana to promote total relaxation!
Fridays, 9:00 – 10:15 am | Jettye Davis
Align + Awaken is the study of specific alignment principles within asana (poses) taught at a slow instructional pace. All levels are welcome. The emphasis on instruction will be useful for beginners and for seasoned practitioners wanting to create more mindful awareness in postures and sequences.
Fridays, 10:00-11:00 am | India Henson
Chair Yoga provides a supportive practice for those who want to explore the benefits of yoga, however do not find it comfortable to sit on the floor, transition frequently from floor sitting to standing and/or have limited mobility due to injury, body type or age. This class incorporates movements to stretch and strengthen the body and breathing and meditation exercises to release stress and calm the mind. Chairs are provided.
Tuesdays, 6:00-7:15 pm | Annie Damsky
Saturdays, 10:00-11:15 am | Annie Damsky
Please note that due to trainings in the studio, Prenatal Yoga will be at 11:00 am – 12:15 pm on Saturdays, June 10 and July 15
Download the Prenatal Yoga Release Form
Classes provide a safe and peaceful environment to explore physical and emotional changes that come with pregnancy. Yoga poses and sequencing focus on strengthening muscles related to supporting a pregnant body, including the back, legs, seat and pelvic floor. Flowing sequences are aimed at improving circulation and increasing overall comfort, while specific postures are aimed at keep the sacrum balanced to help with positioning baby for optimum labor and birth conditions. Breathing exercises and visualization are also introduced to aid in labor and delivery and stress reduction in general. You may start classes as early in your pregnancy as your feel comfortable, however, please consult with your healthcare provider for more direction specific to your body and pregnancy.
Saturdays, 9:00 – 10:30 am | Emilie Maynor
Connect with the energy of the season to balance the body and revitalize the mind. Elemental Yoga Therapy (EYT) uses yoga as a therapeutic tool to balance our internal environment with the world around us. In this class, Emilie will guide you through physical postures and sequencing designed to ignite movement and harmonize with the wisdom of the subtle body. This class will deepen your mind-body connection and give you tools to connect with nature’s natural energy. Class has a medium pace and is open to all levels.
Tuesdays, 10:00 – 11:30 am | Mary Ann Somers
Moving through a gentle-moderate vinyasa practice, we will release stiffness and staleness in the back, hips, shoulders and neck to make room for a refreshing flow of balanced energy. We will honor this new space in 2-3 supported restorative postures at the end of class.
Mondays, 5:30 – 7:00 pm | Catherine Meehan
Begin your week or weekend with a practice to help you plug into your heart and disconnect from your workday head. Beginning with deep warming movement, this class builds up to strong flowing sequences and hearty balance postures. As you burn off tension and stress, a sense of stillness will fill you through a grounded cooling sequence- the result being a light and strong body, a balanced mind and a peaceful heart. For beginners to intermediate, class has a moderate pace.
Mondays, 10:00 – 11:30 am | Meg Coleman
Thursdays, 9:30 – 11:00 am | Meg Coleman
This flow-style class works in cycles to move students through a series of yoga postures to re-awaken the mind/body connection. The class format begins with easy breath work accompanied by circular movements to lubricate and loosen the joints. This prepares the body for a stronger flow which includes standing postures and balance postures to strengthen and tone the musculature. Then returning to seated positions, the practice focuses on increasing flexibility with long, supple stretches before a final deep rest and relaxation period to reconnect students to a place of inner peace. Tune in and reconnect to your own vitality and ability! For beginners – intermediate, class has a moderate pace. .
Wednesdays, 4:30 – 5:45 pm | Brooke Smith
Sundays, 5:30 – 6:45 pm | Brooke Smith
Fun, Focused, Relaxing, Beautiful Yoga- Come enjoy yoga where laughing, questions and smiles are always welcome. The flow is a fun, creative mix of seated and standing postures accessible to beginners and challenging for all levels. Fun Flow incorporates meditation, breath work and flowing sequences to strengthen and lengthen your body from the inside out, set to fun energetic music. Classes are comfortably warm at around 80 degrees to aid in detoxification, so a hand towel and water is recommended. Class has a moderate pace.
Thursdays, 4:30 – 5:45 pm | Emily Goodner
This is a class that explores the idea of devolving to our higher selves by returning to our roots. The foundation is built on viewing the body in its entirety by engaging the senses collectively. The class will be a medium paced vinyasa style, centered around deep seated and grounding postures, and open to all levels. Rise this way: Imagine roots growing up to the core of the earth. We will rise up to our highest vibration and celebrate love as our only destination.
Wednesdays, 6:00 – 7:30 pm | Doug Fields
A mix of vinyasa and yin influenced yoga, this class will nourish both power and flexibility. This alignment based practice is a balance between the strategic and the intuitive; you will find focus and stress-relief. Vinyasa yoga incorporates flowing sequences guided by your breath, while Yin yoga introduces long sustained stretches in postures aimed at alleviating tightness in the fascia. Modifications are provided for poses so that you have the freedom to choose between challenging yourself to explore possibilities, or preserving your energy to avoid burnout. Music is selected carefully based on it’s ability to stimulate or relax. You will leave this class with a feeling of calm awareness.
Sundays, 9:30-11:00 am | Shannon Hancock or Kerry Burgess (alternate weeks, check the Full Schedule for this week’s teacher)
Wake up your body and mind as you flow through invigorating sequences linking poses with your breath, then find strength in balance and standing poses, and close with deeper stretching and relaxation. With origins in the Ashtanga tradition, this class is accessible to adventurous beginners to experienced practitioners; class has an active pace.
Fridays, 12:00 – 1:15 pm | Doug Fields
Nourish yourself with this hour-long class that will carefully and deliberately touch every joint and muscle group in your body through warming vinyasa, strengthening postures and deep stretches. Offering stability, focus and calm to the middle of your day through asana (poses) + pranayam (breath), each student is provided an opportunity to find his or her strengths and benefits, and will leave feeling invigorated, centered and successful! Open to all levels, class has an medium-active pace.