Class Schedule


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Hatha Yoga Anusara Inspired with Christine

followed by a Guided Meditation 
Friday, March 27

Join Christine in this FREE LIVE CLASS using Zoom starting at 9:30am on Friday, March 27 from the comfort of your own home.

Just click this Zoom link to join at least 10 minutes before class starts.


Hatha Yoga with Joy
Saturday, March 28

Join Joy in this FREE LIVE CLASS using Zoom starting at 9:30am on Saturday, March 28 from the comfort of your own home.

Just click this Zoom link to join at least 10 minutes before class starts.

Props you might need: 
Eye Bag
Water Bottle


Newcomers to yoga are welcome to attend any class. We suggest you try different teachers to find the class that works best for your needs. We encourage you to trust yourself and what your body feels willing and able to do on any given day.

Single classes are priced as indicated. Passes are available in books of 10 for $135, or 5 for $75. Please note, evening classes that are 1 hour 15 minutes are $15 or class pass and Sunday evening's class is 90 minutes and cost $17 or class pass.

If you have any questions about a specific class or if you want more information, please contact us.


9:30-11:00am     Hatha YogaBeth Johnson$17
11:30-1:00pmGentle YogaLouise Goldberg$17
2:30-3:30pmConnected Warriors
(for Veterans and family only)
4:00-5:30pmPostures, Breathing & Meditation ToolsLinda Gross$17
6:00-7:15pmRestorative Yin with ReikiMelissa D'Errico$15
7:30-8:30pmFull Body Power VinyasaAndrew Bourizk$15


9:30-11:00amHatha YogaJoy Weissman$17
11:30-1:00pmStress ReductionBryna Cain$17
2:00-3:00pmFeldenkraisIris Alsheh$17
4:30-5:00pmLil Kids Yoga for ages 2.5-6
($8 for each sibling)
Veronica Aquirre$10
6:00-7:15pmHatha Flow Dotty Zevin$15


7:30-8:45amMoving MeditationAnne Butters$17
9:30-11:00amHatha YogaElizabeth Pankey-Warren$17
11:30-1:00pm Gentle YogaManette Freas$17
6:00-7:15pmYoga for Core Strength and BalanceJane Charland$15
7:45-8:45pmReiki Circle (Last Wednesday of each Month)Melissa D'Errico$20


9:30-11:00amHatha YogaLouise Goldberg$17
11:30-1:00pmGentle YogaBryna Cain$17
6:00-7:15pmYoga BasicsChristine Apter$15
7:30-8:30pmAlignment FlowBrittany Klima$15


9:30-11:00amHatha Yoga Anusara-InspiredChristine Apter$17
11:30-12:30pmRestorative YogaChristine Apter$15
Tai Chi & Qi GongSoon to be resumed.$17
6:00-7:15pmGentle Restorative YogaJane Charland$15


9:00-10:30amHatha YogaJoy Weissman$17
11:00-12:30pmGentle YogaCharlene Wilkinson$17


5:15-6:45pmYoga on the Wall (first Sunday of every month)Sabah$15
5:15-6:45pmHatha-based Yoga FusionSabah$15

Class Descriptions


The Anusara style of yoga blends the science of biomechanics and the art of opening to grace to add more joy and beauty to the world. It cultivates skills and virtues to empower the yoga practitioner to become the person that he or she wants to be both on and off of the mat. The results are freedom in the body, mind, and heart, with a more expansive perspective of life.

Children's Yoga

Yoga for Children is about having fun while learning postures, breathing, and relaxation skills! This non-competitive, inclusive program, using the Creative Relaxation® curriculum, develops strength and flexibility, cultivates self-esteem, and provides tools for self-calming.


The Feldenkrais Method is an extraordinary system of exercises utilizing the remarkable power of your brain to make improvements in your body. Through simple, easy movements everyone - regardless of age of physical ability - can learn to alleviate physical discomfort and pain and discover new flexibility and ease of movement. May be practiced in a chair.

Gentle Yoga

Gentle Yoga is a slower paced hatha yoga class, with special emphasis on breathing, strengthening and stabilizing joints, and improving alignment. Adjustments and adaptations are provided for individual challenges, improving body awareness and deepening relaxation. Excellent practice for beginners or those with injuries or limitations. May be practiced in a chair.

Gentle Restorative Yoga

Gentle Restorative Yoga focuses on restoring well-being through deep relaxation and gentle stretches. Using breath awareness and various props such as bolsters, blankets, straps and pillows, students are supported throughout a steady, comfortable, mat-based practice. Gentle wall-supported inversions let go of stress and create space within for rejuvenation.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is the most widely practiced form of yoga in the world. Hatha Yoga uses postures (asanas) and movement in combination with the breath to develop balance and relaxation. Hatha Yoga encourages proper alignment of the body and is excellent for increasing flexibility, developing strength, improving body awareness, building concentration, and calming the mind.

Restorative Yoga

Restorative Yoga uses props and blankets to modify traditional yoga poses. The supportive postures gently open the body to deep relaxation and healing. Restorative Yoga classes are ideal for those going through stressful times, suffering from chronic pain, illness, injury or major life changes.

Stress Reduction

Stress reduction builds strength and awareness, employing postures that stretch the body and extend the breath. This practice offers students tools to focus the mind and use the breath to relieve tension and deepen relaxation.

Yoga For Back Care

Gently bend, stretch and breathe the tension away from muscles while you bring fresh blood to the intervertebral discs. Back health, like every system of the body, is dependent on flushing toxins and receiving vital nutrients. Yoga stimulates bone growth without stressing the cartilage or joints. This class is focused on relieving back discomfort and optimizing health through gentle and restorative postures.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a mindful, deliberate practice thatopens and re-aligns the connective tissues of the body. Holding poses cultivates a peaceful and meditative experience through stillness and self-reflection. It improves flexibility bysoftening and releasing the body’s holding patterns. All poses are done seated or lying down. Props are used for comfort, and movements are slow and gentle.

Yoga Fusion

A gentle, common sense approach fusing 3 different styles suitable for beginners through intermediate The classes stretch and strengthen the entire body in a deep, thorough, but relaxing way with extra focus on core, spine and areas that particularly hold tension and stress.

Tai Chi Foundation

This is a short-form Tai Chi Chuan class based on Tai Chi principles with warm-ups for all joints, slow-tempo and core-oriented flow movements, and exercises designed to improve physical and mental well-being. Both calming and energizing, this class relieves stress and helps restore the body’s systems to an optimal level of functioning.


Class Etiquette

  • Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your class.
  • Do inform your instructor if you have any injuries.
  • Refrain from eating an hour and a half before class.
  • Wear comfortable clothes; leave your shoes at the door.
  • Turn cell phones off before class starts.
  • Please refrain from wearing fragrances in consideration for those with allergies.
  • Bring a towel or a mat.

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