Instructors at Namaste

welcome to namaste

Namaste Yoga cultivates a community of love, light & wellness, offering excellent and compassionate yoga instruction for all ages and levels. We invite you to practice in a peaceful, non-competitive environment to de-stress, increase your strength and flexibility, and be the healthiest you can be.

Enjoy your

Receive 25% off of your first class pass, good for all of our 45+ classes. We offer a warm, welcoming environment from the moment you step in our doors. Namaste!

learn in a caring environment.

upcoming events

virtual events

As the studio is currently closed due to our national health emergency, we at Namaste will be holding many virtual classes. Some will be live-streamed here on Facebook Live, other classes will be pre-recorded by your favorite Namaste instructors, and will be found at the new Online Classes page. If you enjoy the virtual content and wish to help support further production, please visit Donations.

live events (all pending studio being open)

  • Michele Egleston is hosting Yoga 101 on April 4th from 1-2:30pm.
  • Join Jolynn for vin+yin on April 4th from 4-5:30pm, class pass
  • Kevin Karas and Matthew DeRubertis will bless us with a Yoga Nidra Sound Journey, 7-9pm April 17th.
  • Enchanted Hearts will bring Kirtan to Namaste Yoga on Saturday evening, April 25th, 7-9pm.

Learn more and register for Classes or Workshops.

your OMtown yoga studio

new to yoga or namaste yoga?

Come to Namaste Yoga and enjoy your

We know it can be a little intimidating to enter into something new, but rest assured that Namaste instructors and students are welcoming, loving, and kind!

Don’t own a mat? We have plenty for you to borrow, free of charge. Put on some comfortable clothing and get to Namaste to grow a lifelong, healthy habit.

Namaste offers a peaceful environment in which to practice, we do our best to keep to our listed times, and we appreciate that you choose to share your time with us. Please arrive 5 minutes prior to the start of class to avoid disrupting the experience for others.

See details in New to Yoga?