"Movement is a medicine for creating change."

Private 1:1 Sessions

Develop your body-breath connection.
Practice movement and flow.
Build self-awareness.
Tune into your physical and emotional feelings.
Learn to release stress and reduce tension.
Reconnect with your body.
Increase your confidence.
If you have any questions regarding class type or payment, please contact our Yoga Coordinator, Megan, at

Group Classes

Yoga for EVERY body.

We have a variety of group yoga classes no matter your level of skill, flexibility, mobility, or experience.

Choose from:

Read, Breathe, Move
Chair Yoga

Gentle/Mindful Movement

* We encourage all participants to bring their own mat for all yoga classes. We have props available.
**All participants are required to wear a mask. If you arrive without one, a mask will be provided. All are subject to temperature checks. 


Gentle Yoga

This class will incorporate breathwork and simple yoga postures. The class will begin with an opening meditation followed by a short flow to warm up the body and ending with deep, connecting postures to lead us into a longer savasana.


Our restorative yoga practice allows you to move out of the mind and be present. The incorporation of intentional breath and slow flow of movement helps to calm the nervous system and provide a sense of harmony.


This gentle form of yoga is practiced sitting on a chair or using a chair for support during standing poses. Chair yoga can help increase flexibility, circulation, strength, improve balance, and relieve stress. This class is suitable for older adults, individuals with coordination/ balance issues, or those with a physical injury or disability.

Mindful Movement

A calming, centering yoga practice, combining gentle yoga postures, pranayama (breathwork) and meditation. This intuitive class will feature personal modifications and emphasize integrating mind, body, soul and breath, all within a playful, safe environment. Great way to unwind and reset and ease your way into your day. This Gentle Yoga class is suitable for all levels and abilities. No prior knowledge of yoga is needed.

Multi-class packages available.



A uniquely designed yoga class to nurture a mom-to-be (as well as moms who recently gave birth) in a supportive environment. This class is designed for moms in all stages of pregnancy to connect with other moms, and provide emotional and physical support. Prenatal Yoga provides you with tools to prepare your body for all of the changes it goes through during pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond. Each class will focus on strength and stamina, as well as concentration and breath control to aid mom in labor and delivery, and culminate in restorative poses to support mom-to-be in rest and relaxation. This class is appropriate for women in all stages of pregnancy. No prior knowledge of yoga is needed.

Read, Breathe, Move

The ultimate mind/body class, “Read, Breathe, Move” is an empowering book-club/yoga practice that begins with group discussion of concepts in the chosen book and culminates in a 30 minute, themed yoga practice and meditation that is reflective of those concepts. A new book will be chosen for each 6-week session. The first book will be Untamed, by Glennon Doyle! Join us and leave feeling supported, reflective and inspired! In order to best create a safe and supportive environment conducive to personal growth and development, students are encouraged to register for the full, six week series. Of course, drop-ins are permitted as space allows. The link below includes book purchase. Please use code: BOOK if you already own, or plan to source from your local library or book store.






Commonly referred to as "flow" yoga, Vinyasa poses are synchronized to the breath bringing strength to the mind-body connection.


Yin is a slow-paced style that helps to reduce stress, increase circulation, and stretch your connective tissues
improving flexibility and mobility. 


After-school yoga hangout.

Somatic Flow

In our fast-paced, over-stimulated world, the need to slow down and be present is becoming more important than ever. In this practice, we begin with gentle, fluid movements on the ground to prepare the nervous system and calm our minds. We then progress through a slow flow-style class that brings subtle awareness to our bodies by linking poses, breath and attention. Our practice ends with relaxation, breathwork and meditation.