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Class Description
This class is a specific sequence of postures practiced in a hot room.
The hot room helps warm up muscles for safer stretching and cleansing through sweating.

Each posture is taught slowly, step by step.
Beginners are welcome!
Drink a lot of water before and after class.

Benefits of class:
-breathe easier
-improve flexibility and strength
-reduce chronic stress patterns in the body
-clearer mind
-feeling of overall well-being

Price / investment in your health
Cash and check are accepted at the studio.
If you want to pay with a credit card that can be done online through the
purchase membership page.

5 Class Card - $75



To sign-up for class

1. you can email with the day/time you'll be at class.


2. you can sign-up through the form at the top of the page.


Sign-up deadline is by 8:00pm the night before the class.

Example. If you want to take class on Saturday morning, please register by or before 8:00pm on Friday night.

If you sign up but then need to cancel please email


How to prepare for class

The room is hot, so be prepared to sweat.

Drink a lot of water before and after class.

Bring your yoga mat and towel. If you don't have a yoga mat, you can use a studio mat.

The towel is laid over the mat to help absorb sweat so the mat is not slippery.

During class, focus on body alignment and breathing.

Saying that you are too inflexible to practice is like saying you are too dirty to take a shower.


Please email if you have questions.

What is Yoga?

The word Yoga has become synonymous with "postures" that practiced in yoga classes.
So if you said to someone "I'm going to yoga class..." the person might believe you are just going to bend yourself into a pretzel like shape.
Then the word Yoga was popularized as meaning Union. Although there is room for this translation to be debated as accurate and it does relate to the aspect of Yoga that describes surrender to/or abiding in the Will of God...
The word Yoga may actually  take it's root from the word Yujir in sanskrit and not the word Yujin. Therefore Yoga can be translated as Contemplation and not Union.

The first three lines of the Patanjali's Yoga Sutras attempts to concisely answer the question, what is Yoga?
1. Now begins the exposition of Yoga.
2. Yoga is the restraint or the attaining of equanimity within the aspect of mind called citta.
3. Then the Seer rests in its own nature.

In the state of Yoga, therefore, the monkey mind citta, is restrained and the Seer rests, unidentified with the objects of the mind.

This state of restraint can be a helpful stage in exiting a realm of existence only defined by impulsiveness and reactivity, which can lead to outcomes less beneficial than the individual might hope for. This state of restraint can also give you an opportunity to address the painful causes that leads to unconscious, undesirable actions and their consequences. 


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