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8:00-8:45AM CORE: TBC – Julia
9:00-10:15 Yoga – Julia
5:30-6:30PM Yin Yoga – Bridget


4:30-5:30           Yoga with Mary
9:30-10:30AM Yoga + Pilates – Tobey
5:00-6:00PM Yoga – Katie
6:15-7:15 Sitting Meditation – Jeff


8:30-9:20AM Barre + Strength – Carol
 6:00-7:00 PM  Beginner Yoga – Bridget


8:00-8:45AM CORE: TBC – Julia
9:00-10:15 Yoga – Karen
4:30-5:30PM Yin Yoga Flow – Julia


5:30-6:15PM Yoga Nidra – Bridget


9:30-10:30AM Yin Yoga – Tobey
6:00-7:00PM Yoga – Susan


8:30-9:20AM Barre + Cardio – Carol
5:00-6:00PM Yoga – Michelle W


8:00-8:45AM  9:00-10:15

Yoga + Pilates – Tobey

Yoga – Karen

10:30-11:30 Restorative Yoga – Karen
4:30-5:15  Yoga (FREE) – Rotating Student


7:30-8:30AM Yin Yoga – Julia
9:00-10:00AM Yoga – Julia
10:30-12:00 Yoga Therapy* (1st Sat) – Cathy Corkery
10:30-12:00 Yoga Philosophy Flow (2nd Sat) – Jai Ram
9:00-10:15AM Yoga – Michele/Katie



 1st WEEK FREE for area residents.
$13.50 DROP-IN

* YOGA THERAPY: First Saturday each month. Pre-registration and prepayment required. $25 members / $30 non-members

Full-time college students / co-habiting partners / veterans / 65+ receive 10% discount. CLASSES SUITABLE FOR 14+ YEARS.

Class Descriptions

Our classes are taught with modifications of intensity to accommodate and challenge you no matter your level of fitness. All fitness and experience levels are welcome. If you are new, please let the instructor know at the beginning of the class. We want you to have a fabulous experience and to feel safe at the same time.
Class titles that include a + sign indicate that a balance of both workouts will be included. Attending a variety of classes is highly recommended to maximize strength, weight-loss/maintenance, flexibility & overall fitness

Never practiced yoga? This class is a gentle way to learn more about yoga in a safe and relaxing atmosphere. Students will learn the benefits of yoga, incorporating basic yoga asana (postures), proper yogic breathing, and relaxation techniques to suit all levels and ages. This is an excellent introduction for new students and also great for the intermediate/experienced student looking to fine tune their practice.

CORE: TBC (Total Body Conditioning) . . .
This conditioning class targets the common problem areas and incorporates a mixture of core strength work, stretches and exercises for the legs, thighs, buttocks and stomach areas. If you want to get a firm core and tone deeply, this is a great workout for you!

YOGA . . .
In this open-level class you’ll experience all the benefits of yoga. We practice poses (asana), breathing well and sequencing to bring balance to your mind, body and spirit.

This class builds a safe, comfortable environment for participants to be guided into deep relaxation poses – designed to stretch and open your body at a deep level using longer supported postures and breathing techniques. You’ll leave feeling refreshed, inspired and restored.

YIN YOGA . . .
A perfect complement to the dynamic and muscular (yang) styles of yoga that emphasize internal heat, and the lengthening and contracting of our muscles. Yin poses are held for a period of time during which we apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fascia, and ligaments—with the aim of increasing circulation and mobility in the joints.

A flowing hatha practice is woven together with Yin poses to create a powerful fusion flow. Yin poses are held for approximately 3 minutes to enhance the flow of prana (life force) in the tissues around the joints, where energy often stagnates.
Yoga Nidra, or ‘yogic sleep’ is a deeply relaxing, meditative and healing practice. It has been used for centuries to achieve the deepest possible state of physical relaxation while maintaining consciousness. Said to be yoga’s best kept secret, regular practice of Yoga Nidra is a mentally and physically stress-releasing tool for positive change while employing the power of intention to manifest well-being. The class consists of brief, gentle movement to get the energy pathways open with the majority of the time spent in deep physical relaxation while consciously aware. While the body is in this deepest conscious ‘sleep’ the mind is guided into meditation techniques that relax the nervous system and use the deep brainwave state’s creative power of manifestation. This is the ultimate relaxing, healing and manifestation tool!
YOGA PHILOSOPHY FLOW or  Vidyā Vinyasa Yoga . . .
Vidyā is the Sanskrit word for knowledge and learning = philosophical knowledge. (Moreover, vidyā is an epithet of Sarasvati, the Hindu Goddess of Wisdom. Sarasvati purifies and uplifts each individual with her divine, spiritual, and feminine energy.) Vinyasa may be translated in many ways. However, from the Sanskrit Vi means: variation or in a special way and, Nyasa means to place. Hence,Vinyasa may be understood as: the sequential movement, or placing, of postures in a continuous flow, linked with the breath. Yoga means union. Thus, Vidyā Vinyasa Yoga means asanas practiced with yoga philosophy that link Body, Breath, and Mind together allowing each student to feel their own divine, spiritual energy. Vidya Vinyasa Yoga will incorporate a full range of yoga techniques, such as: asana, pranayama, bandhas, mudras, and psychic sleep – together with yoga philosophy drawn from classical and contemporary sources. Our practice will purify and uplift the student with the divine, spiritual, and feminine energy of the Goddess of Wisdom.
Emphasis on strengthening the core (lower abdominal and postural muscles), using classical mat Pilates exercises infused with yoga poses to increase strength and flexibility.
BARRE . . .
Designed to effectively strengthen, tone and balance the entire body. We offer fat burning workouts that integrate the use of the barre and various props. Focus on form and precision while performing small isometric movements as instructors emphasize basic alignment, foundation, and specific actions.
With the use of light hand weights and the barre, train your legs, arms, and core toward the look and alignment of a well-defined athlete or dancer.
Using the same micro movements to deeply tone and shape your muscles as in our standard Barre class and adding calorie burning, heart rate inducing cardio along with it.

“Sitting in stillness is the foundation of personal transformation. And, because stillness breeds stillness, sitting with others is a powerful advantage in this practice.” – Jeff Wright. Join Jeff every Tuesday evening from 6:15-7:15pm for an hour of community in deep silence. Jeff will be available before and after each session to help you with any difficulties you may be having with your practice. Jeff Wright, MA, E-RYT500, holds degrees in philosophy and pedagogy and has an advanced certification in hatha yoga instruction. He has been practicing, teaching, and writing about yoga for most of his life: 45 years of practice, 30 years of teaching. His most recent book is Way of Stillness . Open to all!