Winter Yoga Class Schedule (January – March)
5:30-7:00pm: Hatha Yoga
5:30-7:00pm: Hatha Yoga
5:30-6:45pm: Strong Core Yoga
7:00-8:15pm: Restorative Yoga
4:00-5:15pm: Strong Core Yoga
5:30-7:00pm: Restorative Yoga
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We have small class sizes, so available spots can fill up.  Click the link below to sign up. Spots are first come, first served, and advance registration and payment ($8) is required.

If these class times don’t fit your schedule, reserve a private 60, 90, or 120 minute yoga class and relax and recharge in a private calm setting, enjoy a personalized experience or share the fun and bring up to five people with you for the same price! Book a private yoga class today for your office (to do on your lunch break or after work) or simply introduce yoga and its many benefits to your friends and family.

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What is Yoga?

Yoga means union.  It is the union of mind, body, and spirit.  While this refers to a state of consciousness, it is also a method to help reach that goal.

Yoga Classes at The Studio

Our classes are tailored toward beginning and intermediate levels, although advanced yoga practitioners will also greatly benefit.  These are traditional, slow-paced, meditative classes that encourage proper breathing, flexibility, strength, and vitality, while also calming the mind and relieving stress.

A typical class will include:

  • Pranayama (breathing exercises)
  • Warm-ups exercises including Sun Salutations
  • 12 basic asanas (postures), with relaxation between asanas
  • Deep relaxation
The 12 Basic Asanas

Asana is one of the eight limbs of classical yoga, which states that poses should be steady and comfortable, firm yet relaxed helping a practitioner to become more aware of their body, mind, and environment.

Our focus is on mastering the basic asanas from which variations are then added to further deepen the practice. Within the Sivananda tradition, the asanas follow an exact order that allows for the systematic movement of every major part of the body in a balanced way that enhances prana (life force energy), keeping the mind quiet, without the need to think beyond each individual pose. Additional variations may also be taught to meet your experience level and abilities.

  1. Headstand (sirsasana)
  2. Shoulderstand (sarvangasana)
  3. Plough (halasana)
  4. Fish (matsyasana)
  5. Sitting Forward Bend (paschimothanasana)
  6. Cobra (bhujangasana)
  7. Locust (shalabhasana)
  8. Bow (dhanurasana)
  9. Spinal Twist (ardha matsyendrasana)
  10. Crow (kakasana)
  11. Standing forward bend (pada hasthasana)
  12. Triangle (trikonasana)
The Five Points of Yoga
  1. Proper Exercise (asanas) – Yoga poses help develop a strong, healthy body, enhances flexibility, and improves circulation.
  2. Proper Breathing (pranayama) – Deep, conscious breathing reduces stress and disease.
  3. Proper Relaxation – Reduce stress and anxiety, and ease worrying and fatigue.
  4. Proper Diet – Eating simple, healthy and vegetarian food that are easy to digest has a positive effect on the mind and body, as well as benefiting the environment and other living beings.
  5. Positive Thinking and Meditation – These are the true keys to achieving peace of mind and eliminating negatively and stress in our lives.
Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra, also known as “yogic sleep,” is the ultimate relaxation.  In Yoga Nidra, you will enter into a deep state of relaxation.  This state involves moving from a consciousness while awake, to dreaming, and then to not-dreaming while remaining awake, going past the unconscious to the conscious.