We have multiple levels of yoga classes for all ages and abilities. Our offering of community yoga classes includes gentle approaches to yoga such as our Silver Age Yoga to more advanced yoga practices including Kundalini and Svaroopa. Please review our general descriptions below to determine which yoga practice might meet your individual needs. 


Ashtanga Yoga

Taught by Victoria Fuller

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This is a fast-paced, vigorous class based on principles of Ashtanga. It is suitable for active adults at any level of yoga experience and is designed to build strength, endurance, and flexibility while cultivating a focus in a moving meditation. The practice synchronizes the breath and movement to produce internal heat to purify the body. 

Every Saturday, 9-10:15am.

Free/M, $8/NM.

Chair Yoga

Taught by Pamela Godde

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This is a gentle yoga class that focuses on alignment with attention to breath, movement and meditation. Participant practice poses on chairs and standing.

Every Thursday, 10:15am-11:15am.

Free community class, open to all.

Deep Flow Yoga

By Anne Marie Welsh

Deep flow yoga connects breath to movement to create a slow flowing (vinyasa) practice. The physical postures of hatha yoga become a meditation in motion that fosters flexibility, strength, focus, clarity and an open heart. Classes pay close attention to alignment and creating spaciousness in the spine. Music and mantra are added as a harmonious element that quiets the mind and relaxes the body so student can experience their deeper selves.

Every Wednesday, 11am-12:15pm.
Every Saturday, 11:30am-1:15pm.

$5/M, $10/NM.

Kundalini Yoga

Taught by Guru Amrit Kaur

Kundalini yoga is the yoga of consciousness. It is an ancient and efficient science that works on the different layers of the mind. Designed to clean and clear the subconscious “garbage” of the mind, it is designed to improve moods and states of awareness. Utilizing different sets, meditation and breath exercises, it strengthens the body, elevates the spirit and creates a general state of well-being.

Every Friday, 10:45-11:45am.

Free/M, $8/NM.

Silver Age Yoga

Instructors Bob Spindler & Carolyn Boline

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Designed for seniors with traditional hatha yoga poses modified so participants can do poses safely. Poses emphasize breathing, stretching, and balance along with weight-bearing benefits of floor postures and can be done from a chair. The class consists of both mat and chair participants

Every Tuesday, 10-11am, Instructor: Bob Spindler.

Every Thursday, 9-10am. Instructor: Carolyn Boline.

$4-8 suggested donation.

Svaroopa Yoga

Instructors Carole Balcombe and Jean Glover

This restorative yoga focuses on yoga poses, deep relaxation and pranayama breathing to release and decompress the spine from tail to top and helps participants relieve back pain and reduce stress.

Every Wednesday, 9am, Instructor: Carol Balcombe.

Every Saturday, 1pm, Instructor: Jean Glover.

$13/M, $15/NM. Class is 90 minutes.

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Mindful Meditation

Taught by Barbara Yoes

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Science continues to prove the profound health benefits of mindful meditation, which calibrates your nervous system, promotes inner harmony, can diminish physical and emotional pain, relieve anxiety, lower blood pressure, create a positive outlook and promote true healing.

Every Wednesday, 10-10:45am.

Free/M, $8/NM.


Qi Gong Style Tai Chi

Taught by Sherlie Miller

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Tai Chi is a gentle exercise that will benefit any age person coping with arthritis in joints by using easy movement to lubricate joints and lower blood pressure by natural calming and relaxation.

Every Wednesday, 7-8pm.

Every Thursday, 10:30-11:30am.

$5/M, $6/NM. 


Monthly Community Healing Clinic

Taught by Sat Nam Rasayan and Hari Das Kaur

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Every first Sunday of the month.


Sunday, January 5, 2pm.

Everyone has an innate capacity for healing: to heal others and to help others heal themselves. This class  focuses on how individuals can access their own healing abilities. The purpose of healing is not just to rid individuals of diseases and to restore that which has been lost. The purpose of healing is to come into balance in the present moment. Sat Nam Rasayan is believed to be the oldest known method of healing. Participants will learn through meditation and focus how to enter a transcendent realm and have an opportunity to practice this sensitive process of healing. This healing practice leads to awareness, balance, inner happiness, peace and flexibility—the essence of healing.

$18/M, $20/NM.

Monthly Community Healing Clinic: The Healing Art of Yogis 

Lead by Hari Das Kaur

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Every first Sunday of the month.


Sunday, January 5, 3-4pm.

Come experience a non-invasive healing method that addresses physical, mental, and emotional conditions. Profound results are often experienced and relaxation is guaranteed. While the recipient lies down comfortably, the healer, through a deep state of meditation, addresses the condition and provides relief for the particular suffering. SNR (Sat Nam Rasayan®) in the Sanskrit language means “To dwell in the place of peace.” It is an ancient healing method of the Kundalini Yoga tradition that brings deep calmness to your mind and a state of harmony and health to your life.

This healing session is donation based.