At Namaste Yoga Studio, we celebrate the ancient practice of integrating the mind, body, breath, and spirit. The practice of yoga helps deepen self-understanding, develops strength and flexibility, and brings a sense of calm and balance to our hectic fast paced lives. We offer classes and workshops to students of all levels.
- Beginner’s Workshop with Mary & Michele on Sunday, May 15th from 2:30-4:30PM, $25
- Join Jolynn for her Friday night all levels yoga class on May 20th, stay for meditation & adult coloring time from 7:30-8:15PM!
- Saturday, May 21st, our first Kid’s Kula: Parents Night Out event! Join Julie and Lisa with the 9-13 year olds or Kari & Jolynn with the 4-8 year olds from 6-8:30PM. Yoga, games, crafts, snacks and fun will be had by all! Guest teacher Lyndsey will guide each group in an age-appropriate craft that evening. Cost is $25 per child. $20 if you sign up online before May 18th!
- Sunday, May 22nd, 12:30-3PM, Donation Restorative Yoga workshop to benefit the VeloSano bike ride and the JDRF bike ride! Minimum suggested donation of $25. Join Mary Beth Madonia and Amy Jeske for this wonderful workshop!
- Saturday, May 28th , the return of Friends, Lovers & Others with Mary and Michele! A partner workshop ! Bring you mom, sister, friend, or partner for a fun afternoon. 2:30-4:30PM.
- Monday, May 30th, we will have one Memorial Day Class from 8:30-9:30AM with Mary and Jolynn. This is an all levels class! Donuts, juice, & coffee after class! Parade starts at 10AM or get the heck outta town.
Anvia Sheldon has been teaching at Namaste Yoga Studio for 5 years and teaches Thursday Rise N Shine, Wednesday Heavily Meditated: Meditation & Restorative Yoga, and All Levels Yoga on Friday and Saturday mornings. Her Transitions in Your Yoga Practice Workshop is January 24th from 2:30-4:30PM. From her first workshop, a recommendation from Charlene: “Anvia’s workshop on Transitions was terrific! It’s a great way to deepen your practice and understanding of yoga. Highly recommended!” Join Anvia for a class or a workshop this month.
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From The Blog
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