with Michie Gutierrez
$25 in advance, $30 at the door

Sunday 1:45-3:15p
     May 28   ENROLL NOW
     July 9  ENROLL NOW

Are you constantly feeling tired, lethargic, like you just can't finish your to do lists?
Do you often set goals and intentions but never achieve them?
Love savasana but feel it's never long enough in yoga class?

This workshop may be exactly what you need.

Yoga nidra is a systematic method of inducing complete physical, mental and emotional relaxation. During the practice of yoga nidra one appears to be asleep but the consciousness is functioning at a deeper level of awareness. For this reason, yoga nidra is often referred to as psychic sleep or deep relaxation with inner awareness. In this threshold state between sleep and wakefulness, contact with the subconscious and unconscious dimensions occurs spontaneously.

In yoga nidra the state of relaxation is reached by turning inwards, away from outer experiences. If the consciousness can be separated from external awareness and from sleep, it becomes very powerful and can be applied in many ways. We'll utilize "sankalpa" which is a positive intention, goal or desire that you wish to achieve over the next 6-18 months. This workshop will help you understand your true desires and teach you how to use a sankalpa in order to achieve these desires without mental or physical effort. While the typical New Year’s resolution is abandoned within weeks, if not days, as enthusiasm and willpower run out, a sankalpa requires none of the ego-driven willpower we typically summon to make changes.

Yoga Nidra is understood to be the most transformative, potent and remarkably adaptive of all yoga practices. Yoga nidra is in fact not really a single practice, but rather an experience of altered states of consciousness, essentially meditative experiences which can be used therapeutically for healing, as well as to enhance creativity and productivity and to improve sleep and general health.

partnerthaiwith Cindy Caperton
$50 early registration per pair or $60 thereafter

Next Date TBA

Discover the ancient healing art of Thai Bodywork with a friend or loved one.

Calm the body & mind through rest, relaxation and the body’s need for movement. Thai Bodywork is a combination of massage, acupressure, assisted stretching & twisting, aromatherapy & meditation.

Release blockages from restriction, both physical & emotional, improve range of motion to stiff joints & muscles and reveal new energy & peace of mind.

Each person will have an opportunity to give and receive. Please wear yoga clothes or lightweight gym clothes and bring socks if your feet get cold.

with Andy McDonald and Niko 

Friday, 7:30-9p ENROLL NOW
$30 if registered in adv, $35 thereafter

Next Date TBA

Treat yourself to an evening of deep relaxation. The stress and strain of life can lead to a buildup of tension that weighs us down and keeps our bodies and minds from functioning at optimal levels.

This event will include mindful yoga and breathing to open your body and mind. Let's release unnecessary tension, allowing your body to function in a more natural, relaxed state, enhancing its ability to heal. We will transition seamlessly from yoga into an extended lying-down sound relaxation/meditation accompanied by ancient Tibetan Bowls. The sound vibrations of the bowls will wash away any worries and concerns, leaving you feeling light, clear, peaceful, and refreshed. 

andyAbout Andy McDonald: Andy helps people live more wakened lives through achieving greater awareness of mind, body, and breath; awareness of the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual nature of their existence. Through mindful movement and breath awareness, he teaches people to connect mind, body, and spirit, and to achieve deep states of relaxation, calmness, and peace. Since 2004, Andy has been teaching yoga, mindfulness, and meditation techniques to a wide array of people ranging from age 7 to 90, as well as special needs groups including Parkinson's and cancer patients. He is an ERYT 500 yoga teacher who integrates his training and study in meditation, metaphysics, breathwork, and energy healing, along with his deep understanding of nature to help people realize deeper levels of personal transformation.

nikoAbout Niko:  Through body work, energy work, and sound healing modalities, Niko helps people realize ways to live more simply, truthfully, easily, and happily. She is a body and energy worker, massage therapist, and Usui Reiki Master Teacher, as well as a practicing yogi and meditator. Niko has a natural talent for rhythm, playing a variety of drums and percussion instruments. She immediately embraced the beauty and power of Tibetan bowls as an instrument for transformational growth upon meeting Jodi Roberts. While playing bowls and drums she experiences a deep focus in the present moment and transmits that presence to all those listening so they may experience themselves in a deeply relaxed state free from all distraction and stress. She is adept at mixing the tonal qualities of Tibetan bowls with the grounding rhythms of African drums to give listeners a relaxing, cleansing, and transcendent experience in body and mind.

Relaxed body...Peaceful Mind

with Cindy Caperton 
$35 if registered by the Thursday before, $40 thereafter 

Sunday, May 21, 3:00-5:00pm  ENROLL NOW

The arrival of Spring is a time of renewal to re-fresh our desires and re-set our intentions.

We begin with a guided meditation to create an intention for what you desire and to embrace transformation for new possibilities.

With massage ball work, soften tension in the body in the length of the side seams and spine. We will explore the relationship between movement, with gentle, mindful yoga and stillness, with nourishing restorative poses. An extended rest completes our blissful yoga experience.

This 2 hour workshop will provide the opportunity to explore deeper openings in side bends and twists. You will leave feeling relaxed, refreshed, rebalanced and in tune with what you desire to cultivate for yourself this Spring.

Appropriate for all levels of yoga experience.

About Cindy Caperton: Cindy is passionate about sharing the healing benefits of yoga, bringing compassion and experience from her own healing process and Yoga Therapy certification. She also teaches Release and Flow Yoga and is certified in Thai Yoga Therapy


with Tida Chambers 
$30 in advance, $35 at the door

Saturday, 2:30-4:30p
Next Date TBA

Learn to let go of fear, focus your attention in the moment and experience greater joy, love, peace and happiness.

Join Tida for a 2 hour practice of gentle yoga, utlizing both yin and restorative yoga, to explore Gratitude and how to bring it into your every day experience via heart, mind, and body.

Reframe your perspective, greet your day with less stress and more happiness by creating new openness through breathwork, gentle movement and stretching, and guided relaxation and visualization. Join us on this journey where you will breathe, develop a greater connection with yourself, and experience gratitude on all levels as you move through a gentle physical practice.

heartMessage from the instructor, Tida: “In preparation for teaching and guiding this special class, I immersed myself more wholly into Gratitude as a daily practice, so that I could then share what I have experienced and discovered. Gratitude opens my heart, makes me smile, while my thankfulness may be from the past or future, it brings me also back to the good feelings of now. Experience and learn how to harness the power of bringing Gratitude into your everyday life.”


SitarYOGA WITH LIVE SITAR MUSIC with Cindy Caperton
Friday, 7-8:45p, Next date tba
$35 in advance or
$40 at door if space available

Be inspired by the sacred vibration of Sitar music and the movement of yoga.

Join the celebration as live sitar music guides us on a soulful yoga journey through the ancient sounds of India. Our yoga practice begins with massage ball work and includes slow flowing yoga connected to the breath. Sitarist, Tom Griffin, will perform live music in sync to the flow.

If you desire, you may wear your Indian inspired yoga clothing, bindis and henna tattoos.

Some previous yoga experience is recommended.

Music by Tom Griffin:
Tom grew up playing jazz guitar in high school. His love of Indian culture, music and yoga lead him to study with sitarist Vatsal Dave in the early 90’s. He is currently studying Flamenco guitar. In addition to special yoga events, Tom also provides live sitar music for Indian weddings, The Crow Museum and house parties. For more information on Tom, please visit his website at

About Cindy Caperton: Cindy is passionate about sharing the healing benefits of yoga, bringing compassion and experience from her own healing process and Yoga Therapy certification. She also teaches Release and Flow Yoga and is certified in Thai Yoga Therapy


YOGA ON THE WALL yogaonthewall
with Tifany Henderson
$35 in advance, $40 at door if space is available 

Saturday,  2:30-4:30p
Next Date TBA

Hips, calves and shoulders, oh my!

We will being using the wall as our prop to release our hips from a reclined position, our calves and shoulders from a standing position. When we recline on the floor with our legs up the wall, we can stretch hamstrings and hips for a gentle release.

Many of us have tight glutes, piriformis and hips, so we are able to get to those muscles from a more relaxed position by laying on the floor. For our calves, we don't realize how much our calf muscles play a role in contributing to tight hamstrings and low back, often affecting our forward bends. They also contribute to a variety of foot issues. As we stretch our calf muscles, we will gain more freedom in our feet, hamstrings and lower back. Our forward bends will change!

For our neck and shoulders, we will be using the wall to stretch the arms, neck and shoulders, even the pectorals-the front part of the chest. Freeing up our neck from any kinks we may have. We will then round all of this out with a tennis ball massage against the wall to get the entire back - from tush to shoulders.

When you leave this workshop, you will be able to walk freer with relaxed hips, calves, neck and shoulders! The tension will have melted away with the use of just a few props!

tifanyAbout Tifany Henderson: Tifany teaches a blend of Hatha Yoga styles to warm the heart, focus the mind, and strengthen the body. Teaching from the heart what she has learned along her own yoga journey, she helps students increase strength, flexibility, and peace of mind. She has been teaching Hatha yoga since 1998.


with Tida Chambers
$115, $10 off if registered early

6 Saturdays, 11:45a-1p 
Next date tba

Attention to all Golfers and Athletes! Maximize your mind-body performance on the course through yoga!

Yoga, like golf, involves Intentional, Dynamic movement of the body in 3 planes of Motion. In this 6 week series, you will develop heightened body awareness to enhance your performance and decrease chances for injury. Yoga supports developing the mental discipline that golf demands as well as the physical discipline.

• Learn yoga poses specific to different parts of body important to the golfer and breathing techniques to increase your range of motion and trunk rotation, build core strength, balance, and mental focus.

• Quiet your mind, maintain physical and mental focus, and develop increased confidence with your visualization skills for your game and your life.

• Learn a pre-game warm up to help both body and mind prepare for your best game yet!

• Discover where you hold tension and tightness in your body, learn how to release both physical and mental tension.


with Tifany Henderson and Steve Koziatek
$20 in advance, $25 at the door if space available

Next Date TBA

Learn the most basic techniques for meditation to reduce stress and gain a more focused and calm mind.

medYou will learn:
•Proper Posture
•Sitting & Walking Meditation
•Techniques to Develop Focus
•Solutions for the Wandering Mind
•Benefits of Meditation
•Basic Practice for Home

This workshop is designed to introduce those interested in learning how to meditate to some of the most basic meditation techniques. You will learn about sitting and walking meditation. You will learn the proper alignment for sitting on a cushion/blanket and for sitting in a chair. Once your body is comfortable, then it no longer will distract the mind. You will get to experience different basic techniques such as focusing on the breath or counting. We will discuss what to do about the mind wandering around, hopping from one thing to the next. Then, we will practice it. We will sit or walk in short intervals.

By the time you leave, you will have a basic meditation practice you can use at home...and you will feel more calm and relaxed as you face the world again.

Wear comfortable, loose clothing or work-out clothes. You may wear socks and bring a light jacket. If you are a note taker, feel free to bring a notepad and pen. If you happen to have a meditation cushion, please bring it!

Tifany Henderson has had a meditation practice since 1997. She first learned about meditation from her yoga teacher as a way to deal with her high-pressured job. Later, she attended a Zen week-long meditation retreat, and eventually found her way to her current meditation teacher where she was certified in 2005 as an Introductory Samatha Instructor by Lama Dudjom Dorjee. She loves to teach meditation, it's like giving your mind a little mini-vacation!

Steve Koziatek was first introduced to the concept of meditation in his late teens through reading “Dharma Bums” by Jack Kerouac. Over the years he was fascinated by Eastern philosophies that emphasized meditation and mindfulness as a way to bring peace to the roller coaster of emotions and waves of thoughts that tend to throw us about. He first started meditating seriously in 1997 as a way to support new-found serenity in his life.

Today, Steve and Tifany have a room dedicated to meditation. Although, they don't meditate together very often, their cushions do sit side by side.

with Candace Bordelon, Ph.D. 
6 week series: $115

6 Wednesdays, 6-7:10p
     May 17-June 21  ENROLL NOW

This specialized series, limited to only 7 clients, addresses back problems such as those arising from stress, injuries, sciatica, osteoporosis, herniated and ruptured discs, disc degeneration disease, and postural alignment conditions such as scoliosis. While each series is specifically tailored to meet the unique needs of the participants, the series is also designed to improve overall spinal, pelvic, and hip flexibility and strengthen the core and the spinal support muscles. Clients become more comfortable with the movements that control flexion and extension of the spine, learn how to twist safely, and understand the specific adjustments that need to be made for future safe yoga practice.

Instructor Candace Bordelon, Ph.D. has two herniated discs in her lumbar spine and has learned how to effectively modify and use her yoga practice for a stronger and healthier back. She also works as a rehabilitative therapist with clients suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, Asperger’s, Parkinson’s, Fibromyalgia, and cancer.

Due to the popularity of this class and the limited spots available, please be especially mindful when registering in the series. If you find that you are not able to attend, please give at least 24 hours notice prior to the first class so we can offer the spot to the next person on the waistlist and help as many people as possible.

with Tammy Owens Slauson
6 week series: $105 if registered one week in advance, $115 thereafter

6 Sundays, 4-5:15p
      April 23-May 28 ENROLL NOW

Through this therapeutic yoga class, relieve the aching, pain, and muscle stiffness in your neck, shoulders, back and hips by improving your range of motion and building strength.  Reduce stress, relieve anxiety and enhance the quality of your sleep through relaxation techniques and breathing exercises.  

This specialized series, limited to only 7 clients, is designed with you in mind and is tailored to your ability.  Discover a low-impact way to get you moving and feeling better in your body.



with Tida Chambers
6-week series: $105 in advance,
$115 at door if space available 

Basics I:
6 Saturdays, 10:30-11:30am
    May 6-June 10    ENROLL NOW

6 Tuesdays, 6-7p
    March 14-April 25 (skip 4/11)
    May 2-June 6     ENROLL NOW
Our yoga basics series teach the fundamentals of Hatha Yoga. Classes are small, so individual attention is guaranteed. Students have the opportunity to ask questions, get individual feedback and learn modifications for specific needs. You’ll learn the asanas (yoga poses) in a methodical, progressive manner, giving you a firm foundation for a lasting yoga practice.

Basics I is designed for new beginners with little or no yoga experience. It will help prepare you for beginning drop-in classes and a personal yoga practice.

with Tifany Henderson

Next class TBA

$35 in advance, $45 at the door, if space available

This workshop is designed to help new yoga students learn a few of the most common yoga poses used in class. You will gain a basic understanding of proper alignment, movement and props for each of these poses. Also, you will learn how to focus on your breath to promote calmness and ease, the first step toward learning how to meditate.

Modifications will be suggested throughout this class. Not only will you leave this session calm and relaxed, you will also have newfound confidence to enjoyably attend other yoga classes. This class is ideal for those who have just started or have never gone to a yoga class or returning to yoga after being out for an extended period of time.

tifanyAbout Tifany Henderson: Tifany teaches a blend of Hatha Yoga styles to warm the heart, focus the mind, and strengthen the body. Teaching from the heart what she has learned along her own yoga journey, she helps students increase strength, flexibility, and peace of mind. She has been teaching Hatha yoga since 1998.

with Louise Applebome
6-week series: $105 in advance, $115 at door if space available

6 Saturdays, 9a-10:15a 
     April 29-June 3 Waitlist Available

yogassands2This small-group series is aimed at keeping bodies and minds fit, flexible and functioning and helping students find center and balance on and off the mat.

Class includes deep stretching, restorative poses, a standing practice for building strength and improving balance, as well as time for rest, serenity and self-exploration. Students can expect relief from common chronic issues, including neck and back pain. They can also expect a conscious, careful and gentle approach to an ongoing yoga practice. Some yoga experience recommended.

with Tifany Henderson 
$35 in advance, $45 at the door, if space available

Saturday, 2:30-4:30    
     July  8   ENROLL NOW

Refresh and rejuvenate! Need to add a little spring to your step? Have you fully opened to spring yet? Come to this Restorative workshop to start moving, stretching, and opening up for the beautiful season ahead! Let go of the last of the winter doldrums and rest deeply, to be completely refreshed!

Restorative yoga allows for relaxation and rejuvenation of the mind and body. When supported properly with blankets, blocks and props, the mind and body are able to reset and renew, reducing tension and increasing energy.

Restorative Yoga's meditative quality allows the mind to enjoy a much-needed respite from constant churning of thoughts. Experience pure bliss in these supported poses that energize and circulate the breath, stimulate and soothe organs, and lengthen and brighten the spine.

In Restorative Yoga, poses are held a bit longer, allowing you to rest deeply while passively stretching and opening the body in a gentle way. Experience the calm of a Restorative Yoga practice and see how it can transform your life. Connect with your true essence during this meditative, soothing practice.

PLEASE NOTE: Many props are needed for this style of yoga in order to support your body to rest deeply. Mats and props are provided, but you are encouraged to bring your own yoga mat, blankets, bolsters, blocks, eye pillows or sleepmasks, etc. for maximum comfort and ease.