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.
- Succulent Sunday workshop with Jolynn & Grahams Florals, October 23rd from 1-3:15PM. Deep Hip Opening practice with Succulent Terrariums to follow! $40
- Holiday Hop-Asana with local craft and company vendors and bakeries! Saturday, October 29th, 2-6PM. Hop in when you can!
- Introduction to Meditation with Theresa, Sunday, November 30th, 1-3PM, $25
- Donation Class to benefit Yoga for Veterans (501c3) with Kathy House. Sunday, November 6th, 2:30-4PM. Come and stretch, strengthen, and breathe with Kathy and it all benefits a great organization. Donate what you can!
- Beginner’s Workshop with Mary & Michele, Sunday, November 13th, 2-4PM, $25
- Arm Balance & Inversion Workshop for intermediate students and those wanting to learn more! with Jolynn & Ruth. Saturday, November 19th, 2-4PM, $25
- Have Another Piece of Pie Thanksgiving Day Class with Mary Stepanek. 8:30-9:30AM. Regular class pass or $10 drop in
Mary Stepanek & Michele Egleston are a team like no other and we are blessed to have them instructing our beginners at Namaste Yoga Studio. They have been team-teaching this workshop for many years and give our new students a wonderful foundation for their practice.
Join Mary & Michele on November 13th for our next Beginner’s Workshop to begin a practice, improve your practice, or just refresh your memory on basic alignment in asana.
See details on our Workshops tab.
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