• New Student Offer – $30 for 30 Days Unlimited Classes. First time students only.
  • Drop-In Rate – $15
  • Happy Hour Hatha – $7
  • Community Classes are free will donation.
  • 12 Class Pass – $162 ($13.50/Class)
  • 24 Class Pass – $288 ($12.00/Class)
  • 50 Class Pass – $500 (TT200 Students Only)



This class is open and accessible to those working with limited mobility, stability or strength. The majority of the class is done in the chair, but students will have the option at times to move beyond the chair if they are comfortable. It is a wonderful opportunity to experience the benefits of yoga without the advanced postures. Rather, there is a large focus on breathing, relaxation, and meditation.


Hatha Yoga comes from the Eight Limb Path outlined by the Sage Patanjali over 5,000 years ago in the text, Yoga Sutras and the Hatha Yoga Pradipika. The Hatha Yoga classes at Yoga Now pay homage to the ancient tradition by including a centering practice (resting on the back with the eyes closed), a gentle warm up, classic asana postures, pranayama breathing practices, imagery/visualization, relaxation techniques, and meditation. Classes are quiet and simple. Anyone can attend. All of our Hatha Yoga instructors have been trained in the lineage of the Himalayan Institute or Kripalu, ensuring high quality instruction and wisdom from the ancient tradition. If you are seeking harmony in your mind, body, and spirit, this class will support you in your journey.


Kundalini yoga is an overtly spiritual practice. With an uplifting blend of meditative thinking and strong physical movement, Kundalini Yoga incorporates movement, dynamic breathing techniques, meditation, and the chanting of mantras, such as Sat Nam, meaning “truth is my identity.” The goal is to build physical vitality and increase consciousness. Each class is a set of practices, as taught by Yogi Bhajan, that encompasses a lesson to evolve and progress.


Enjoy a simple Hatha yoga class in solidarity and pride for the LGTBQ+ Yoga community and friends, led by a member of the community. All are welcome in this safe space. Donations accepted for Youth Emergency Services, but class is free to LGTBQ+ community members.


Need some peace and quiet? Join us Monday – Friday mornings at 5:30am in our meditation room for a place to sit in community. No instruction is given, simply come and sit in the tranquil and well-established meditation space. Bolsters, blankets, and meditation cushions provided. At 5:45am, morning chants from the Himalayan Tradition are played and those attending are welcome to chant along. Check out our meditation training to learn more about the art of meditation.


Now there is an easy-to-follow system of energy-enhancing exercises which coordinates movement, breath, strength training and concentration. Develop more energy, improve your health and help prevent aging and illness. Tai Chi and Qigong (“chee gong”) are widely practiced throughout the Far East and increasingly throughout the Western world. Research indicates that a regular practice relaxes yet strengthens the body, develops the mind and improves nervous system function. This gentle and powerful traditional Chinese approach to health offers do-it-yourself practices for specific emotional and health issues including: insomnia, hypertension, heart disease, menopause, sexual vitality, breast health, depression and anxiety. Tai Chi and Qigong are low impact methods that can be practiced for fitness, cross training, mental health and for spiritual cultivation. There are a variety of strength training methods and restorative stress-relief practices offered for all ages and experience levels. Weekly classes include relaxation, physical conditioning, traditional Tai Chi movement and meditation.


Yin Yoga is a slow style of yoga that encourages the body to ease into relaxation through postures that deeply rest the connective tissues. Through a series of poses that are held for 2-5 minutes, the body lets go of long-held tensions. This class promotes rejuvenation, rest, and flexibility. Each session will include breathing, long holds in postures, and a relaxation technique.

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