What You'll Need To Know
Before attending class, click below for a list of what to bring and our studio etiquette.
For the month of December, all of our Karma funds will be going to a member in our community who is in need of our support. Her name is Bonnie, a loving wife and mother of 2 little girls, and a Moksha and Yin teacher who used to teach at our studio for many years... More detailsRead More...
The Winter Solstice marks the shortest and longest night of the year, when the sun it at it's lowest arc in the sky. One ancient definition of solstice is "standing still sun". Join us for a Candlelit Yin practice on the longest night of the year led by Janine and Michele as they play 7... More detailsRead More...
Join Amanda on Christmas Day to take time to slow down and reflect on the busy and sometimes chaotic time of year. Draw yourself back to the present and unwind your busy mind. This class will start in meditation to slow down your thoughts and come back into your body. Following meditation will be a... More detailsRead More...
Ring in the New Year by doing some good for your body, mind and heart. Spend New Years Eve on your mat, connect with your community that is full of breath and create a space that is healing and uplifting. Let's awaken the creative power of intention through an energetic prana vinyasa practice with live music. WHEN: Sunday December 31st... More detailsRead More...
“The moment a child is born, the mother is also born. She never existed before. The woman existed, but the mother, never. A mother is something absolutely new.” Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (Indian Spiritual leader, 1931-1990). We are happy to offer a yoga practice to allow pregnant mothers the space and time they need to connect with... More detailsRead More...
We start and end each class in Savasana, but do we really know why? Treat yourself to this restorative workshop with Cass as she guides you through 4 unique Savasana experiences. We will explore different insights, modifications and best practices for an epic Savasana and discuss some of the challenges and barriers to this blissful... More detailsRead More...
led by Carly Cooper Our bodies were created to be able to heal themselves. But due to stress, poor diet, lack of exercise and environmental toxins and pollutants, many people get run down and sick, especially in the winter months. In this Make and Take workshop, Wellness Advocate Carly Cooper, explains the power of essential... More detailsRead More...
A mala (the Sanskrit name for ‘garland’) is a set of beads traditionally worn and used for meditation. Malas are typically made of 108 beads (108 being a sacred number in many Eastern cultures) and serve to keep count of the wearers affirmations by focusing their awareness and staying mindful in the present moment. Explore... More detailsRead More...
Here are some sustainable partnerships we have at the studio!
Lights & Electricity
Yoga For Youth
Supporting Human Rights
A movement to protect Mother Earth
Topical Pain Reliever
BPA Free Water Bottles
Eco-friendly Yoga Mats
Yoga Gear & Apparel
Yoga Inspired Clothing
Eco-friendly Yoga Clothing
Athletic and Leisure Clothing
Delicious All Natural Energy Bars
Organic Food Products
Real Coconut Water
Sustainable & Affordable Boxed Water
We also love giving back through charitable work
Join us every Sunday afternoon at 3:30pm for a sweet and sweaty Moksha practice in support of some amazing charitable organizations. $10 minimum donation per person, regular passes cannot be applied.
In support of: Various Organizations