Join Yoga classes with a friend in our beautiful studio and experience the emotional, spiritual and physical healing of the science of Yoga.
If you are searching for Yoga classes to help you continue your journey to spiritual and emotional serenity, you may find the sanctuary you are seeking within our traditional Yoga studio. When taking classes in a smaller, privately owned studio, you will find that the atmosphere may be different from a larger, chain owned studio. In a smaller studio and smaller class, you may feel more singled-out at first. Bringing a friend to your Yoga classes can help you be at ease in the beginning of your practice, not to mention help another Yogi discover their own personal peace. Work through your struggles with a friend by your side and enjoy the physical challenge and workout that is the practice of Yoga.
Enjoy the atmosphere within a smaller, more focused studio without being lost amongst a vast room of people. Large chain studios can be overwhelming for new Yogis. Although they may have a different kind of energy and seem like fun at first, it can be hard to truly focus on your physical strength and personal goals in an overwhelming environment. Our methods are authentic and original, and our teachers care deeply about your emotional journey throughout their sessions (and in your life outside of the studio). It is important to learn to use your newly found Yoga skills – such as meditation and relaxation – in your everyday life. As your practice improves, you may learn to concentrate in nearly any situation. Until then, a smaller studio may help you achieve the Zen you’ve been searching for.
Yoga classes range in a variety of styles and levels of difficulty, from beginner to advance – and even all the way to Yoga teacher training classes. As your Yoga skill improves and your love for the science (and art) of Yoga increases, you may choose to take the path of teacher as opposed to student. Learning to help other Yogis on their personal journey through the art of Yoga is a wonderful thing. Become skilled in various poses, meditation and different styles of Yoga. Learn about the history of Yoga, current trends, and the future of the practice. Taking the path of a “teacher” is not to stop learning… Because, we are always students in the art of Yoga and are constantly learning from ourselves.