Welcome to Our Blog
Here you will find various articles and updates about events, workshops & retreats.
Join Us Outside and In-Person!
Our in-studio classes are open for registration, and we want to make sure you know what to expect. Please take a minute to see the answers to our most common questions.
What is it like to do yoga in a mask?
Not bad! Unlike running, biking, and heavy cardio workouts, yoga is a softer, gentler practice that is easily done wearing a mask. We’ve received no complaints during our in-person series, though some students have expressed a preference for the disposable masks that are slightly more breathable. We’ve got plenty of those for you to use when you come in! In doubt about doing yoga with a mask on? Try it during an online class first and see how it feels to you.
Why does the schedule show some classes with both online and in-person options?
A couple of our in-person classes are “Hybrid”, meaning that we’re testing a concurrent Zoom option for now. This is tricky, as it’s hard for teachers to focus on 2 things at once: the bodies in the room AND the bodies on the Zoom. But we know that not everyone is ready for in-person classes, and we don’t want you to be left out! When you register, make sure you select which option you want – and remember, if you sign up for on-site but don’t show up, you’ll still be charged the full class rate! (Cancellations must be done a minimum of 60 minutes before class to allow someone else to register).
What safety precautions are being taken at the studio?
Our studio has high ceilings, big windows that open wide, and there’s great circulation. We also have plenty of space, so mats will easily be 6 feet apart.There will be tape on the floor to show you where to place your mats. The studio will be cleaned before and after class, and we never offer more than a single class a day, so there’s no chance of crowding or cross-contamination. Finally, entry will be controlled – so be on time!
In-Person Class Schedule:
(Pre-registration is required for in-person classes)
Mondays at 7 pm: Hatha with Jazmin at Lighthouse*
Tuesdays at 6 pm: Hatha with Evan at Lighthouse
Wednesdays at 6:30 pm: Kundalini with Marybeth at Fort Slocum Park
Thursdays at 6:30 pm: Flow with Emily at Fort Slocum Park
Saturdays at 9:30 am: Hatha with Martha at Fort Slocum Park
Sundays at 9:30 am with Amy at Lighthouse*
Sundays at 3 pm: Community Hatha (FREE!) at Fort Slocum Park
It’s important to us to keep everyone safe – let’s protect one another as we slowly move forward. Online classes will continue, of course!
*These classes are “hybrid”, meaning you can choose between online or in-person.
Park classes will meet at Fort Slocum Park, near Oglethorpe between 3rd Street and 2nd Place.
Studio classes will meet at Lighthouse Yoga Center. Masks on please, bring your own mat.
Plenty of free, on-street parking.
Pre-registration is required for all in-person classes.
This helps us comply with contact tracing requirements and allows us to avoid on-site transactions to keep our teachers and community safe.
Register for the classes here.
How it Works
For everyone’s safety, it’s important that you read and understand the procedures:
- Pre-registration is required. No-one will be admitted who hasn’t signed up.
- No on-site transactions or registration.
- Because capacity is limited, no-shows and late cancellations may be charged for a full class. This includes members. For late cancels, please let us know at least 60 minutes before class starts if you can’t make it so we can open your space to someone else.
- Mats need to be at least 6 feet apart.
- Masks on! at least until you’re on your on mats.
- Bring your own mats and props.
- Teachers will stay on their mats and there won’t be any hands-on adjustments,
- Bug spray! (at the park)
- There are no restrooms onsite (at the park).
- Please bring hand-sanitizer and anything else you need to stay safe! And did we mention that you have to pre-register?
- Not feeling great? Don’t come.
Weather cancellations will be emailed out 1-2 hours before class, but keep an eye on the online schedule as well. The schedule will accurately show the status of the class – so if it’s on the schedule, it’s happening!
If you signed up with a drop-in or 10-class card and the class is canceled, you’ll automatically be credited for use in another class.
Check out some older posts:
Donation Classes to Benefit Ward 4 Mutual Aid Join our Hatha Yoga Teacher Training participants for a celebration of Spring and transformation. Over the course of nine Sunday afternoons, our dedicated teacher trainees are solidifying their transformation and birth as...
Join us for a special 6-week prenatal series for expectant moms.Dates: Wednesdays 6:15-7:30 pm Next Session: June 2 to July 7 Cost: $100 for the full series / members save 25% Register here. Prenatal yoga is not just a regular yoga class adapted for pregnant...
Join us for a special 6-week post-natal series for new moms with babies.ONLINE Dates: Fridays, 10:45-11:45 am, June 4 to July 16 (no class June 18) Cost: $100 general / $75 members. Register here. Online sessions; video replays available. This postnatal class series,...
Join Dr. Monea Abdul-Majeed for our ongoing work for racial equity. Sunday March 14, 3-5 p Cost: $40 early bird / $50 after March 9th / need based discounts available by request. (Email us for info.) Register here. Here we are in 2021, just 8 months after the murder...
Our journey in videos.....Anniversary Celebration March 13 - 14 Exactly 2 years ago on March 13, we inaugurated our beautiful studio on Kennedy Street. We had a big community party, and we launched our new location with enthusiasm and spirit. Exactly one...
ONLINE: Sunday March 21, 2-4:30 pm. Teacher: Rebecca Henry Cost: $85/couple general; $60 for members. Register here. Becoming the Best Birth Partner: A hands on, yoga based, couples workshop to help prepare for labor. Join prenatal yoga teacher and birth and...