We offer classes from beginning to intermediate
If you are new to yoga, regardless of your physical condition, start with the Introductory levels to learn the poses and specific alignments. You can then advance at your own pace when you feel ready or remain at the Introductory level indefinitely.
Need help choosing a class? Please contact us to find a class that best suits your fitness level and needs: firstname.lastname@example.org or 678.585.0500
Once you begin to practice yoga regularly, you may notice many of the following common benefits:
- Less stress
- Calm mind
- Strong muscles
- Better posture
- Less back pain
- Breathe easier
- More energy
- Deep sleep
- Balanced mood
If you have any limitations in your mobility or are recovering from injury or surgery, please get clearance from your doctor before attending a class and call us to let us help you find the best class for you.
If you are a prenatal yoga student we ask that you are past your first trimester and have verbal clearance from your doctor to attend prenatal yoga classes. We do require that all prenatal students only attend the prenatal yoga classes where the instructors are trained and certified to teach pregnant women.
We do not require pre-payment or reservations for class attendance. You are welcome to reserve your classes here
, purchase bulk classes here
, or register at the front desk 15 minutes before classes begin.
If you’ve purchased a New Student Special you have 30 days to attend unlimited classes.
If you’ve purchased a class pack, note the expiration date associated with that pack. If you have an expired class pack, you may add any unused classes from your expired package to a newly purchased class pack. The new pack’s expiration dates will apply to all remaining classes.
We do provide complimentary community yoga mats, props, and blankets to use during all classes. You are welcome to bring your own yoga mat or purchase one in our retail store.
Make sure your clothing is comfortable and allows for easy movement. Yoga is practiced barefoot.
Students 15 years and older are welcome to take classes.
Yoga is best practiced on an empty stomach. If your dietary needs require otherwise, eat lightly no sooner than 2 hours before class.
In each class we practice sitting quietly to develop mental calmness, various yoga asanas (postures) to develop strength and flexibility as well as deep relaxation to release stress. Each class will be different and may focus more on specific areas of the body or on breathing in a certain way.
Yoga has been practiced for thousands of years because its benefits are numerous. Current research is finding that yoga benefits a number of physical disorders. But even if your are perfectly healthy yoga offers incredible benefits. Yoga works out the kinks and tensions that can accumulate and you feel better. Yoga helps develop mental focus and clarity so you feel more centered. Most importantly yoga gives you an overall sense of well being that continues to deepen over time.