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!
- New Year’s Eve Candlelight Yin Yoga Workshop with Kris Kearns, Sunday, December 31st, 6-7:30PM, $20 fee. Sign up on the workshop tab or in studio.
- FREE Good Karma Class! New Year’s Day, 11-12:15PM, Good Will offering for Summit County Humane Service will be accepted if you want to pay it forward to begin 2018! Sign up on the class tab or in studio.
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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