Find Your Inner Bliss



Connect your mind and body, enhance your well-being and find your inner bliss with Yoga. Yoga is the practice of ancient Indian philosophy which combine physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation.

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Get Moving and Social

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Improves Wellbeing

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Healthier Lifestyle


Improve your strength, balance, flexibility and body alignment with experienced Yogis and blissful sounds.


Relieve stress in a low intensity Yoga class ranging from 45-60 minutes in length.


All levels and abilities are welcome to unwind and de-stress in this class.


Please bring a towel and your own yoga mat for your comfort.

Yoga Group Classes


Vinyasa Flow

Incorporating the eastern principles of moving inward and the western need for physical activity. Expect to build heat, strength, flexibility, and endurance to music. Vinyasa Flow Yoga puts emphasis on body alignment and breath while you flow through dynamic sequences of movement.


Yin Yoga

A meditative slow-paced class that explores long, deep stretching to enhance joint mobility, improve flexibility, and healing to the body’s connective tissues. You will enjoy a deep stretch especially through the hips, pelvis and spine. A perfect antidote to stressful busy lifestyles, runner’s stiffness, and cluttered minds.


Yin Yang Yoga

Yin Yang Yoga blends two styles of yoga into one practice, bringing together the benefits of passively holding yoga poses with more dynamic sequences and standing postures. Yang Yoga, in contrast, refers to a more active practice working on the (Yang) muscles and blood flow, building strength, stamina, and flexibility.


Gym Instructors

Meet The Team






“The unwinding sessions at the end of the week sets me up great for the weekend.”

“The yoga has definitely helped me connect with my body.”


“I feel so much more relaxed, it helps me sleep so much better.”


“It’s such a great way for me to ease back into exercise, from a long time of not doing anything.”