Inversions: Demystifying the Art of Going Upside Down


with Catherine Marquette

Saturday September 30, 2-4 pm

See full details here.
We all need a new perspective on life when things turn upside down.  The inverted asanas help us cultivate just that.  Come spend two hours breaking down the component parts of Adho Mukha Vrksasana (handstand), Pincha Mayurasana (forearm stand), Sirsasana (headstand) and Salamba Sarvangasana (shoulderstand).  Turning your world upside down has never been more fun!  You’ll walk away with having cultivated the strength, courage and joy that can come from doing just that.
Playful mindset welcome.

Register here.

General: $40.
Members: $30. Email us for your discount code!

Yoga and Queer Identity

Join us for a 4-week series that explores various aspects of contemporary queer identity through asana practice, guided meditation, and yogic philosophy. Each week will begin with a grounding seated pranayama and meditation practice, followed by an active, hatha-style movement practice. Throughout the four weeks, we’ll focus on themes of queer healing, reclamation & resilience, celebration & pride, and queerness as spirituality and activism. All bodies and levels of practice are welcome.
Teacher: Melanie Williams, RYT-200 and self-identified fat, queer, cis femme, invites all queer-identified folks to join her for this four-part hatha yoga series to practice, commune, and thrive together.
Sunday 7-8:15 pm
September 17-October 8
$60 for the full series ($30 for LYC members). Drop-ins by prior approval and space-permitting.
To register, purchase the class card here (please scroll down).

Aquarian Sadhana

Sunday October 15, 5-7:30 am

Join us during the Amrit Vela, the still hours before the sun rises, when our awareness is heightened and our meditation practice is deepened. We start at 5 am with a recitation of Japji, then continue with a Kundalini Yoga kriya, and finish with 62 minutes of chanting.

Free and open to all. Register online.

The Yoga Man Experience

A special 4-week series specifically for men. By using Kundalini Yoga and Meditation, men can work to acquire and maintain a life of calm, grace, power, and discipline. This series will provide a challenging, relaxing, energizing and thought -provoking experience, especially designed for men.
All men 18 years of age and older are welcome. No previous yoga experience is necessary.

Teacher: Cordell Richardson

Sundays 7-8:15 pm
October 22-November 12
$60 for the full series.
See details and sign up here.

Getting to the Core of It: Using Your Strength to Sustain you On and Off the Mat


with Catherine Marquette

Saturday October 28, 2-4 pm

Steady yourself and activate the power of your core–from the inside out!
The definition of core includes “the part of something that is central to its existence”.  This could be realized via a physical practice, such as yoga asana, as we experience how the core lends support in standing poses, opens up in backbends, comes together in balancing postures.  This could also be realized via a more mental practice, such as the yoga yamas and niyamas, or ethical restraints and observances.  Together, these tenants of yoga help to direct our awareness to our center and enable us to act from our core.

Register here.

General: $40.
Members: $30. Email us for your discount code!

6-Week Prenatal Yoga Series

Next series started on September 8 and there’s still space to join! Just $90 for all 6 weeks, which includes one make-up class. To register, purchase class card here (scroll down for prenatal).

Classes will meet on Fridays 6:30-7:45 pm from September 8 to October 27. No class on September 15 or October 13 because the studio will be in use for teacher training.

Teacher: Megan Davis.

Prenatal yoga helps moms prepare for birth by building body awareness, stretching, releasing stress, and cultivating concentration. This series is specially designed to build community and and help you navigate the ups and downs of pregnancy as you get ready for the arrival of your little one.

Connect with your growing baby as you connect with yourself.

Yoga for Movers and Tots

Teacher: Meredith McCullough

Fridays 11 am to Noon
September 8 to October 13. Drop in is $20 or register for all 5 remaining classes by purchasing the class card here.

Yoga for Movers and Tots is an opportunity for crawlers, movers, and preschoolers to begin to explore yoga – alongside their parent or caregiver – in a caring, safe, and FUN environment. Together we will learn songs, games, and poses that are designed to encourage body awareness, increase attention span, nurture creativity, and generally support development across this range of ages. Each class incorporates repetition, social interaction, music, fun with props … and always play! Duration of class is one hour, with dedicated time for free play built into the first 10 minutes of class. Siblings welcome. Caregivers are expected to fully participate in class, but no prior yoga experience is required for either caregivers or children. Be prepared to join the action!

Transitioning to a Plant-Based/Vegetarian Lifestyle

Coming soon!

All too often we eat “healthy foods” that are wreaking havoc on our bodies, but there is a simple solution – a vegetarian lifestyle. You can leave the confusion, diet books and deprivation behind. This workshop will show you the foods that may be ruining your health and happiness and which foods will fuel your body in a safe, effective way. You’ll learn how to nourish yourself with the right protein, whether you want to become a vegetarian or vegan or just cut back on the amount of animal protein you’re eating. Learn new healthy habits that will leave you feeling great from your cells to your soul!

See more details here.

Teacher: Christie Kinsey, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach

$25 ($20 for members) in advance. $30 at the door.