"To be a gentle mover in a swiftly spinning world. To be present. To extract the poetry. To only entertain  the real. To Listen. To seek the genuine. To stand inside of the STRETCH, the momentum, the tall discomfort of change, the knowing that you don't need to rush the practice, or ever fake or force a thing. To believe in rhythm and movement.

To trust in the river, the song, the stillness, the storm, and the seed. This is my religion."

- Victoria Erickson
Author, Rhythms & Roads

Your yoga practice- Lets get you started. 

What makes us different

We focus on the individual. Our classes aren’t one size-fits all. Our classes creatively emerge from each certified, interdisciplinary teacher, whom inspire students to awaken their own self-awareness as a basis for learning and growing in their yoga practice.

Our safe, supportive and non-competitive environment encourages students to expand their sense of self and learn to trust in their body’s wisdom.  Because our instructors have years of teaching experience, we are more than comfortable giving assists and adjustments, and helping each student find a way for yoga to be accessible to them.


First Visit

Please arrive 10 minutes early.  We have a waiver to complete and you can speak with the instructor about any special needs you may have.

Once You Arrive

Footwear: Yoga is practiced in bare feet for traction and safety. Shoes are not allowed on the practice floor.

Electronic devices: Please turn off your cell phone. Better yet, leave them in your car.

Communicate: Let your instructor know if you have any injuries, limitations, or concerns so they can work with you.

Before Class

Clothes: Wear comfortable. It should allow a full range of movement including twisting and bending. 

Bring: Your yoga mat. We have free mats to use and all other yoga props for your convenience.

Avoid: Strong perfume, cologne, and other scents. Respect the space and your fellow practitioners by keeping you mat and body clean and odor-free.

Eating & Drinking: Don’t eat for an hour before your class. A little water is okay, but too much liquid can be uncomfortable.