- November (2020) schedule: outdoor yoga continues
- October (2020) schedule: 3 weekly outdoor classes + monthly meditation!
- September (2020) schedule: 4 classes a week, meditation, book club!
- Catch up with Erica, take an in-person or remote yoga class, or join us for meditation!
- Book club to discuss Breath by James Nestor: Sun., Sept. 20, 1 p.m.
- beginner series
- benefits of yoga
- book club
- guest teachers
- health fair
- laughing yoga
- new class
- new teachers
- places for yoga
- pose of the month
- purpose of yoga
- styles of yoga
- teacher training
- Training Thursdays
- yamas and niyamas
Tag Archives: Chie Tanaka
Thank you for all of your encouraging feedback on our first week of offering online classes! To continue to support you in your home practice, we have prepared our remote class schedule for the rest of March, and we are thrilled … Continue reading
We are looking forward to a busy weekend Dec. 6–8, both at the studio and downtown! If you plan to join us—and we hope that you do!—please review this list of classes and downtown events so that you can plan … Continue reading
Come join us on Sat., Oct. 19, for an afternoon of free mini-classes, snacks, and socializing to celebrate our eight years of providing community yoga! We welcome everyone, both experienced and new students, to join us for this celebration, so … Continue reading
Although The Downing Museum and Baker Arboretum are lovely destinations in any season, fall is especially delightful. So why not join us for yoga or meditation? Whether you are already a fan of practicing at the museum or curious about … Continue reading
After a nearly five-year journey, we are delighted to announce that Angie Jones has completed her 300-hour teacher-training program through Sanctuary for Yoga in Nashville and earned the 500-hour Yoga Alliance credential! Angie’s primary teachers for this training were Daphne … Continue reading
April invites us to come along with the buds and blossoms, to be buoyed up on a carefree breeze that delivers happy sounds of neighbors sharing neighborly tidings, birdsong, and children’s delightful cacophony of outdoor play. Come along and open … Continue reading