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. Namaste is not a heated studio. We heat to 74 degrees year-round. Your first class is FREE at our studio and you receive 25% off of your first class pass, good for all of our over 45+ classes at Namaste. We offer a warm, welcoming environment from the moment you step in our doors. Join us for a wonderful beginning to your practice, or to continue blossoming your current practice. Namaste!
- Unlocking the Hips, Hamstrings, and Glutes with Jolynn McFerren, Saturday, March 3rd, 2-4PM, $25 fee. Sign up on the workshop tab or in studio.
- Winter Women’s Yoga Retreat, with Ruth Zito & Jan Stanley Sunday, March 11th, 1-4PM, $40 fee.
Anvia Sheldon, Colleen Potter-Batton, and Jolynn McFerren are helping you unwind the knots physically and mentally with movement+meditation classes on Sunday, Monday, and Friday, and Meditation+Yoga Nidra on Wednesday night! No yoga experience is necessary for these class offerings and it is a sweet way to unwind the stress and anxiety that builds up in our bodies, especially over the holidays.
Remember, your first class is FREE and new students receive 25% off their first class pass.
See details on our Classes tab.
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