• balance. strength. peace.

    IT'S AN INSIDE JOB.

  • THE STUDIO

     

    The Yoga Loft at the Center for Integrative Medicine is a manifestation of a dream to create a place of personal growth and healing, collaboration, and a vessel of service to the community.  Time and again, medical studies have shown the health benefits of yoga-increased strength and flexibility as well as decreased stress and pain. Yoga has also been shown to balance adrenals and hormones, improve sleep, decrease blood pressure and cholesterol, increase metabolism for weight loss and slow the aging process. Yoga heals.

     

    Physician, yoga teacher, and founder of The Yoga Loft, Dr. Kay Corpus, offers to the public, alignment savvy and intelligently sequenced yoga which teaches and empowers students how to become embodied and self-aware physically, emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually This is always the first step in attaining whole health and vitality.

     

    Our classes are taught by highly trained, professional, and compassionate instructors in a beautiful, sacred and supportive environment. We hope that you become a part of the growing yoga community in Owensboro- guaranteed to transform your life, health, and way of being in the world.

     

     

    As Ghandi said, "Be the change you wish to see in the world." See you on the mat!

     

     

  • CLASS SCHEDULE

    Summer 2016

     

  • CLASS DESCRIPTIONS
     

    Definitions of our yoga class offerings

    Vinyasa Yoga

    (Monday & Wednesday 9-10am)

    Level: All levels

    Instructor: Kay Corpus, MD, RYT

     

    This class focuses on the fundamentals of yoga every student should know to have a strong practice-breath, alignment principles, and
    mindfulness. Popularly, "vinyasa" means "flow", however, classically it is the union of breath and movement. Moderately-paced and intentional, this class is open to all levels, particularly those who would like to find growth and meaning in
    their practice.

     

    MPower Yoga Mid-Day

     

    Level: All Levels

    Instructor: Julie Moore,  RYT

     

    Time and again, medical studies have shown the health benefits of
    yoga-increased strength and flexibility as well as decreased stress and
    pain. Yoga has also been shown to balance adrenals and hormones, improve sleep, decrease blood pressure and cholesterol, increase metabolism for weight loss and slow the aging process. Join us for a well-rounded 45 minute mid-day pick me up of breath and movement allowing enough time to grab a Gene’s Green on your way back to work or your next appointment.
    Great for anyone who has a lunch break!
    • Benefits of lunch time practice
            o Gain strength and flexibility
            o Boost clarity and concentration for the rest of your day
            o Shake off any stress from morning meetings, conferences, or         appointments
            o Energy re-boot to prevent afternoon slump
            o Encourages healthier lunch and snack options
     

     

    MPower Yoga Sunrise

     

    Level:  All Levels

    Instructor:  Julie Moore, RYT

     

    A well rounded active practice generating energy to sustain your day. Perfect for early risers and those who enjoy an active lifestyle. Class includes wake up warm up, heat and energy build, cool down and rejuvenate.

     

    • Why Yoga for active lifestyle enthusiasts and athletes
    o Prevents injuries
    o Enhances performance
    o Increases flexibility
    o Improves balance
    o Aids in recuperation after work outs
    • Benefits of bright and early practice
    o Leads to healthy choices throughout the day
    o Sets mental tone for day
    o Encourages healthy sleep patterns
    o Increases metabolism
    o Early morning practice more than any time of day leads to habit

    Seva Saturday Community Class

    (Saturday 9-10 am)

    Level:  All Levels

    Instructor:  Yoga Loft Teachers & Teacher Trainees

     

    Most Saturday morning (watch schedule) the Yoga Loft teachers and the yoga community gather for a special donation based class sometimes in studio sometimes at the Riverfront (again watch schedule). Reap all the juicy benefits of the yoga practice while giving back to organizations in Owensboro and surrounding counties. Every month a special group will be highlighted; shining a light on their focus and giving them a boost to better serve their mission. $5 minimum donation

     

    MPower Vinyasa

    (Tues/Thurs 4:30-5:30)

    Level:  All levels

    Instructor:  Julie Moore, 200 HR RYT

     

    A thoughtfully prepared practiced presenting an opportunity for increased flexibility, calming breathing practice and body mindfulness.  We'll strengthen and stretch muscle groups that tighten due to repeated actions whether biking, running or sitting at a desk. A healthy dose of balance to the hectic schedules of life! 

     

  • INSTRUCTORS

    Kay Corpus, MD, RYT

    Owner/Yoga Teacher

    Kay Corpus, MD is a board-certified family physician specializing in Integrative and Functional Medicine as well as is a 200-hour registered yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance. Her approach to medicine involves uncovering the true root cause of illness and disease. She and her patients work together to illuminate how pathology occurs as a result of physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual imbalances. She has studied with Drs. Andrew Weil, Mark Hyman, and Lissa Rankin. Kay has practiced yoga since 1996 and has studied with the Baptiste Power Yoga Institute as well as with Sarah Gingrich and Lisa Taylor in Pennsylvania. She founded and directs the Center for Integrative Medicine in Henderson, KY where she guides patients to whole health transformation. She lives in Owensboro with her husband, Josh and two children, Bella and Luka. Please visit her website at www.kaycorpusmd.com and Facebook page ‘Kay Corpus, MD”.

    Julie Moore, RYT

    Yoga Teacher

    Mama, Mommy, Mom … Mrs., Daughter, Sister… sweetly breathing and moving through the joys (and temper tantrums) of life.

    I am super excited to share my love of yoga with a community I love just as much and maybe , just maybe, pass on some of the empowering goodness it brings to me. Julie Moore, 200 hr – RYT through Transforming Health with Yoga trained under the uber smart and beyond talented leadership of Dr. Kay Corpus and Sarah Gingrich.

     

    Bob Tenbarge, RYT

    Yoga Teacher

    After practicing yoga for 7 years I took my first 200 hour training. I wanted to teach so bad to share what yoga had given me. Teaching is like starting a new job, the longer you are there the better you are at it. This past year I completed a second 200 hour program at The Yoga Loft in transforming health through yoga. This connected more with me than my previous training in the fact that that was exactly what happened to me, My Life and health were Transformed with Yoga.

    I teach several styles of yoga, Solar and Lunar. If I had to choose Restorative is my favorite, my jam. It is so natural for me to teach it and just seeing the change in mood and flexibility in people makes me want to smile. New students remind me of myself the first day. I love to share what I have learned from all the great teachers I have studied and practiced with. I believe yoga will be a part of my life forever now. I just wished I had found this path sooner.

    Alison Seaton, RYT

    Yoga Teacher

    Alison has been a massage therapist since 1999, where her love of body and energy work started. She received her Pilates certification in 2005, when she added physical alignment and fitness to her career path. Alison sparked a love of yoga in 2006 when she started seeing and experiencing the healing benefits of a Prana Flow inspired yoga practice. She received her 1st yoga certification in 2009, and has loved teaching ever since. After adding mommy to her titles in 2013, Alison and her family moved to Owensboro to be closer to family. She is extremely happy to have found the 200 hour Transforming Health with Yoga certification, lead by Sarah Gingrich and Dr. Kay Corpus. This certification has left Alison excited and inspired to continue her yoga journey here in Owensboro and at The Yoga Loft.

     

    Tina Gibbs, RYT

    Yoga Teacher

    Master MnemeTherapist, 200 RYT and owner of Beautiful Minds, Heart & Soul. A patient Mommy, caring Wife, loving Daughter, loyal Friend, and a free Artist who began her self-healing journey with Dr. Kay Corpus in 2010. Tina started her MnemeTherapy practice in 2013 that uses a specific way of painting to create Neuroplasticity in the brain to help anyone with brain injuries or disorders. In August 2016, she continued her healing journey by completing a Yoga Teacher Training under the impeccable training of Sarah Gingrich and Kay Corpus at The Yoga Loft in Owensboro. Tina uses the experiences she learns through her journey to empower others to become whole again through art, yoga, and mindfulness…uniting the Mind, Heart & Soul to manifest their true purpose.

    Petra Palmer, RYT

    Yoga Teacher

     

     

    Lou Schultz, RYT

    Yoga Teacher

     

     

    Becky Roby, RYT

    Yoga Teacher

    Always seeking healthy ways to cope with everyday stressors and down for new adventures; I first experienced yoga during The Yoga Loft Summer Series at the Owensboro riverfront and fell in love! I received my 200 hour RYT through Transforming Health with Yoga under Dr. Kay Corpus and Sarah Gingrich E-RYT . In addition to instructing classes at The Yoga Loft, I also serve as a licensed clinical social worker working with survivors of sexual assault and trauma at a local non-profit agency with plans to specialize in Trauma Sensitive Yoga. Owensboro born and raised, I live here with my amazing husband and 2 cats. I can’t wait to share my love of breath, movement, and energy with you!

    Tami Tenbarge, RYT

    Yoga Teacher

     

     

    Ashley Harbison, CYT

    Yoga Teacher

    As a busy working nurse and mother, Ashley’s love for yoga grew out of her need for self-care. She has practiced regularly over the past four years, and has experienced many benefits including greater awareness, more patience, and more connection with her body and spirit.

    Ashley completed her nursing education at the University of Louisville and with the Center for Healthy Children. She has experience working as a Registered Nurse in the Newborn Nursery, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, and as a Lactation Counselor. Ashley completed yoga teacher training at the Yoga Loft in Owensboro, under the direction of Kay Corpus, MD, RYT-200, and Sarah Yukie Gingrich, RYT-500.

    My mission is to share my practice. I am never as strong or confident as I am in a room full of yogis, feeling their loving support in shared breath, hugs, or conversation. I want to be a force of love in my family, my interpersonal relationships, and in my community. My every day practice is to stay present. My challenge is to be mindful and aware, to see the people around me in their highest light and create meaningful connections.

    Ashley's yoga journey began with the birth of her daughter, Emmy, and she feels called to share her love of yoga and mindful mothering. With Emago Yoga, Ashley offers a variety of classes in the Owensboro community, including Vinyasa Flow, Infant/Children's Yoga, and Mommy & Me classes. She is available for private classes and group sessions.

     

    Alicia Watts, CYT

    Yoga Teacher

     

     

  • PRICING

    Yoga Class & Package Pricing

     

    Regular students

    Single class……………………………. $15

    5 class package………………..……….$60 ($12/class expires within 3 months)

    10 class package………………......…..$100 ($10/class expires in 6 months)

    Unlimited month…………………....…..$80 (excludes specialty yoga classes, workshops, and trainings)

    Donation class.....................................$5 (regular, students with ID, and members)

     

    Students/Veterans and Active Military (with ID)*

    Single class…………………………….. $7.50

    5 class package………………………...$30 ($6/class)

    10 class package…………………….....$50 ($5/class)

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • UPCOMING EVENTS

    200 HR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

    March-September 2017

    Owensboro, KY

     

    Leading the Change Through Personal Development & Community Empowerment 200 hr Yoga Teacher Training-2017


    "The most important kind of freedom is to be what you really are. You
    trade in your reality for a role. You trade in your sense for an act.
    You give up your ability to feel, and in exchange, put on a mask. There
    can't be any large-scale revolution until there's a personal revolution,
    on an individual level. It's got to happen inside first." -- Jim
    Morrison

     


    Join Sarah Gingrich and Kay Corpus, MD in this unique and
    holistic approach to personal and community health and healing through
    yoga. Together we will delve deep into the roots of the practice on a
    journey of discovery and growth. Our group will begin with the essentials in all aspects of teaching, just as every class must
    first land us physically on our mats and in our bodies. Evolving and
    refining our consciousness, this program will allow you to move into
    more challenge and manifest awareness. At the end of this training you
    will have the fundamental awareness, knowledge and a rich collection of resources to reference. Connecting our explorations of anatomy,
    energetics, and philosophy as well as infusions of holistic healing and
    opportunities for spiritual growth, you will learn to create classes
    that inspire and support your students on every level. Graduates of this
    training will be confident to lead others in a class setting, privately, or even at the bedside in a clinical setting. You will become
    a necessary vessel of health transformation on and off the mat.

    Those interested and involved in the holistic healing arts as well as
    health care professionals (nurses, physicians, PA’s, social workers,
    counselors, psychologists, chiropractors, physical therapists) are
    encouraged to apply. This training is open to all levels of yoga
    practitioners and those who would like to deepen their practice and
    understanding of yoga or simply desire to approach their personal health and /or the health of loved ones in a more integrative way.

    {Curriculum}
    -Anatomy & Physiology
    -Yoga History & Philosophy
    -Meditation
    -Pranayama (Breathing Techniques)
    -Sequencing-Hands-on Assisting
    -The Chakra System-Ayurveda
    -Svadhyaya (Deep Self-Reflection)
    -Svasadhana (Personal Practice)
    -Holistic Healing Essentials
    -Seva (Community Service) Project-individual and/or group

    {Location}
    The Yoga Loft
    1722 A Sweeney St.
    Owensboro KY 42303

    {Schedule}
    8 weekends-2017
    Friday 5:9:30p Saturday 8am-6:00p Sunday 8am-4:30p
    Weekend 1: 3/24-26
    Weekend 2: 4/21-23
    Weekend 3: 5/19-21
    Weekend 4: 6/16-6/18
    Weekend 5: 7/7-7/9
    Weekend 6: 8/11-13
    Weekend 7: 9/1-9/3
    Weekend 8: 9/22-24

    Plus one Thursday a month: 6-9pm

    3/30

    4/27

    5/25

    6/22

    7/13

    8/17

    9/7

    9/28

     

    {Investment}

    Deposit: $500 to hold your space (optional to pay before deadlines, remaining balance due at chosen deadline)

    Super Early Bird (paid in full by January 15, 2017): $2750
    Early Bird (paid in full by February 15, 2017): $3000
    Regular Price (after March 15, 2017): $2750 (+$500 deposit to secure spot)=$3250
    Payment Plan: $500 to secure spot + 8 monthly payments of $375=$3500
    CC/DC or post dated check
    (*ANNUAL MEMBERS: 20% discount)

    APPLICATION: Please email us at yogaloftky(at)gmail(dot)com for application.

    {Weekend Format}

    Join Sarah Gingrich & Kay Corpus, MD as we delve deep into the
    roots of the practice on a journey of discovery and growth. We will move
    from foundation to integration, focusing each weekend on an element and chakra. Our group will begin with the essentials in all aspects of
    teaching, just as every class must first land us physically on our mats
    and in our bodies. Evolving and refining our consciousness, this program will allow us to move into more challenge and manifest awareness. At the end of this training we will have the fundamental awareness, knowledge and a rich collection of resources to reference. Connecting our explorations of anatomy, energetics, and philosophy we will learn to create classes that inspire and support your students on every level.

    Anatomy and Physiology:

    Know your bones to know the poses. Learn to identify movement patterns of your students and create optimal balance for them. Understand the kinesiology of the major joints and how to create balanced actions for the muscles. We will study both Eastern and Western anatomy and learn the psychology of certain physiological and energetic traits.


    Ayurveda:

    Balance yourself. The sister science of yoga, Ayurveda shows us how to live in harmony with the seasons and our own innate nature. As you learn how to apply the gunas, you will have the ability to both balance
    yourself and create classes that are energetically complementary to your students.


    Hands-On Assisting:
    Tune into the power of touch. Enhance your awareness of the poses by learning to create them with your hands as well as your voice. Learn multiple forms of assists and enrich your intuitive perception so you can assist any student in any pose.


    Yoga History and Philosophy:

    Learn the foundation of yoga. The rich heritage and wise philosophy of
    yoga deepens your own ability to self-reflect and give meaning and
    substance to your classes. Study classic texts and apply them to create
    inspiring classes that speak to your students.


    Meditation:
    Learn to sit. How do you sit with yourself? Just as the body is balanced with movement, the mind becomes balanced with stillness. Learn different techniques to find your own seat and restore your inner balance.


    Pranayama:

    Become present to your breath. The anatomy of the breath becomes
    vibrant and transformative when we harness it as the conduit of prana or our vital life force. Use pranayama to shift and bring consciousness to the energetic pathways of the body.


    Sequencing:
    Build your class. Combine your awareness of anatomy, energetics, and philosophy to manifest classes that teach your students all limbs of the practice. Learn how to create classes that inspire as they challenge and creative sequencing that supports and prepares the body to move into deeper layers of connection.


    The Chakra System:
    Chakra is the Sanskrit word for wheel and thought of as spinning vortexes of energy. Historically, Indians saw the body as containing seven major chakras, positioned vertically from the base of the spine to the top of the head which correspond with particular functions within the body and with specific life issues and the way we handle them. Long-held physical tension and limiting beliefs, can cause a chakra to become either deficient or excessive. will learn how to use the chakra system to provide a theoretical base for fine-tuning our yoga practice to suit our unique personality and circumstances. We will learn how to

    transcend the blocks and clear the path to higher consciousness.


    Svadhyaya (Deep Self-Reflection)

    To “know thyself” requires self-reflection. It is in this process of
    introspection (self-inquiry, meditation, and compassionate feedback from the group) and the willingness to learn more about our fundamental nature, purpose and essence, where we grow into conscious human beings, awake to the limitless possibilities of our hearts, minds, and souls.


    Svasadhana (Personal Practice)

    Sva Sadhana (sva-self and sadhana- practice or discipline) in Sanskrit
    means a personal daily practice. Often as teachers, we are challenged to keep up our daily own practice though we encourage our students to do so. Committing to a personal practice of meditation and yoga will help cultivate discipline and integrity that supports health and vitality.


    Holistic Healing Essentials

    The healing effects of yoga not just anecdotal, but are scientific and
    measurable. We will explore the fundamentals of yoga therapy for common ambulatory ailments such as back pain, insomnia, hormone imbalance, adrenal fatigue, stress and anxiety, non-complex heart and lung issues as well as special populations. We will learn the essentials of being an effective healer such as intuitive observation, generous listening, and appropriate therapeutic tools.


    Seva (Community Service) Project

    The Law of Dharma (or Life’s Purpose) :Everyone has a purpose in life .
    . . a unique gift or special talent to give to others. And when we
    blend this unique talent with service to others, we experience the
    ecstasy and exultation of our own spirit, which is the ultimate goal of
    all goals. We will put this law into practice first hand by embarking on
    a group and/or individual seva or service project to serve those in our
    community who would benefit from yoga as well as our healing presence.

    {Assignments-subject to change}

    Due on Friday evenings of training weekends.Assignments are to be typed and printed in hard copy. Anticipate 1 essay per month/training
    weekend.• Embodiment Project• 3 Living Yoga Sadhanas• Complete asana and meditation practice log• Observe 3 classes and write a reflection on each (themes to be specified)• Hands on Assist 10 Classes + submit final paper based on your experience

    {Certification Requirements}

    The following items must be completed to fulfill all requirements for
    certification. If you fail to complete certification requirements by
    November 30, 2017 you can re-take modules and complete requirements at 50% off the current TT rate.


    There will be $35 fee per late assignment that is submitted after November 30, 2017.

    After January 15, 2018, if requirements are not completed, you will be
    required to retake the entire program in order to obtain certification.

    1. Attend ALL weekend and Thursday modules to fulfill contact hour
    requirements. The minimum requirement is 180 contact hours for a 200
    hour level certification.2. Meditate and practice at least 4 times a
    week through a combination of home practice and attending at least 10
    classes taught by an approved RYT instructor. Subsequent practice log to be completed.
    3. Assist 10 classes and observe 3 classes taught by
    an approved RYT instructor. Upon completion, turn in a one-page summary outlining each of these experiences.

    4. Achieve a 70% mark or higher on take home exam and practical exam.

    5. Om Work – Complete out of class
    assignments in sequencing, self-study (reading), required essays,
    response journaling, logs and writings.
    6. Complete 3 Living Yoga Sadhana Projects.

    7. Complete Embodiment Project.

    8. Participate in practical teaching projects demonstrating a solid understanding of sequencing, class structure, alignment, proper enhancements, music selection, and vinyasa krama (stages)

    9.Participate in community seva (service) project.
    These projects are designed to support your life and experience. An important sutra within our program is “quality over quantity” and “respect your digestion and manifestation capacity” which means you are able to put as much intensity or quality focus into your evolutionary program that is realistic with your livelihood, family rhythms and constitutional capacity. We are most interested in the overall balance and embodied happiness in your life as a reflection of living yoga in the flow.


    Missed classes: We do encourage full participation throughout the training, however, we do understand if there are emergencies or important reasons for missing training days. Make-up days/assignments will be available based on instructor discretion.

    After certification you will be eligible to apply for the Yoga Alliance 200 RYT designation as we are an officially
    registered Yoga Alliance School.

    {Reading List}

    • Eastern Body, Western Mind: Psychology and the Chakra System as a Path to the Self by Anodea Judith
    •Essential Foundations and Techniques by Mark Stephens
    •Yoga Sequencing: Designing Transformative Yoga Classes by Mark Stephens

    •The Heart of Yoga by T. K. V. Desikachar
    •The Complete Book of Vinyasa Yoga by Srivasta Ramaswami
    • Science of Breath by Swami Rama, Rudolph Ballentine, Alan Hymes

    • Bhagavad Gita: A New Translation by Stephen Mitchell*
    •Ayurveda the Science of Self-Healing by Vasant Lad*

    •Anatomy of the Spirit, Caroline Myss *
    •A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson*
    Mind Over Medicine, Lissa Rankin*
    *Suggested Reading

    {About Sarah}

    Sarah found the breath and flow of yoga as a young child and continues
    to infuse that same playful, open spirit into her teaching and practice.
    Sarah, is an intuitive yoga teacher, channeling elemental flow into the
    dance of the practice, with keen awareness to the interplay of
    alignment and free flow. Sarah’s playful, open spirit infuses her
    teaching and practice. A teacher of teachers, she offers the power and
    clarity of Baron Baptiste and the fluid, creative inspiration of Shiva
    Rea’s Prana Flow in her instruction.
    Her extensive training with Tom Myers as a movement and postural analyst has led to a focus on alignment and therapeutic yoga with her students. As instructor of multiple 200 and 500 RYS schools, she empowers her teachers to find their authentic voice in creation of a cohesive community. She is an E-RYT 500, with multiple 500 hour certifications. Sarah is honored to travel and assist Baron and Shiva internationally and serve as a mentor in the Prana Flow community.
    Devoted to learning and growth as well as a power leader in her community, Sarah is the creator of Create Karma and Playcation which creates accessible wellness and community through transformed leadership. She continues to study with a host of national
    teachers in ayurvedic traditions, Thai massage, and advanced sequencing. Please visit www.createkarma.today and yukieyoga.com for more on Sarah.



    {About Kay}

    Kay Corpus, MD is a board-certified family physician specializing in
    Integrative and Functional Medicine as well as is a 200-hour registered
    yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance. Her approach to medicine involves
    uncovering the true root cause of illness and disease. She and her
    patients work together to illuminate how pathology occurs as a result of
    physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual imbalances. She
    specializes in adrenal fatigue, hormone imbalance, thyroid
    disorder,anxiety/ depression,allergies/food sensitivities gastrointestinal disorders, sleep disorder, and women’s health. Kay draws from all worlds of healing-yoga, meditation, supplements, whole foods nutrition,
    homeopathy, Ayurveda, psychotherapy, energy medicine, bodywork, and conventional medicine, when appropriate-to arrive at a personalized, comprehensive, and holistic treatment plan for her patients.
    Kay completed family medicine residency at Penn State Lehigh Valley Hospital in Allentown, PA, the two-year Integrative Medicine fellowship with the renowned Andrew Weil, MD at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine and functional medicine training with the Institute of Functional Medicine with Mark Hyman, MD. She is also a certified practitioner with the Whole Health Medicine Institute with Lissa Rankin, MD. Kay studied yoga with the Baptiste Power Yoga Institute as well as with Sarah Gingrich and Lisa Taylor in Pennsylvania. She founded and directs the Center for Integrative Medicine and The Yoga Loft in Owensboro & Henderson, KY where she guides patients to whole health transformation. She lives in Owensboro with her husband, Josh and two children, Bella and Luka. Please visit her website at www.kaycorpusmd.com and Facebook page ‘Kay Corpus, MD” as well as www.yogaloftky.com and Facebook page 'Yoga Loft KY"

  • LOCATION

    1722A Sweeney St, Owensboro, KY 42303

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  • FAQ'S

    Q: Do I need to sign-up in advance?

     

    A:You may sign up on the the MIndbody website or just show up an check in 10 minutes before class begins. A workshop or training may require sign-ups at which time a link or instructions will be provided.

     

    Q: What should I bring?

     

    A:It is always nice to bring your own mat for comfort reasons. We do have mats available at the studio.

     

    Q: What if it's my first time?

     

    A: We welcome students at any level, including beginners. Classes for those specifically new to yoga will be offered throughout the season.

     

    Q: What should I wear?

     

    A: Comfortable yoga pants/shorts, t-shirts or tank tops are fine. Dressing in layers is always best depending upon your sensitivity to the heat or cold.