Class Descriptions (alphabetically)

Easy Like Sunday Mornings with Katie Comeau

Ease into your Sunday with a laid back class suited for all levels. Using props and extended holds we release tension from our bodies and our minds. Allow yourself to slow down by practicing mindful breathing. Shift your focus inward and be in the present moment. Leave feeling relaxed and stress free. All Levels.

Private Instruction with Karen Price

Private instruction is offered to individuals, specialized groups, (i.e. friends, family, employees) and sports teams. Tailored to meet your needs, a private class provides the perfect setting to address the personal goals or interests of the group or individual. Maybe you are ready to deepen your practice, would like to have a girls night out, offer your employees stress reduction skills or loosen up and relax your sports team. The benefits of yoga are many. Please contact Karen for more information and to schedule a private session.

Qigong with Joyce Palmer

Qigong has been used for health maintenance and illness prevention for over 4000 years. This time-honored practice is simple to learn and adaptable for all ages and levels of fitness. Classes integrate breath work, activating exercises, stretching, flowing movements, and postures into a moving meditation that calms the mind and energizes the body. This class is a standing practice so no props or mats are needed. Since the classes are not progressive and each one is different, drop-ins and newcomers are always welcome.

Relax and Renew with Karen Price

Through gentle movements (some with props, some without) the body is opened and stretched, releasing tension that causes stiffness and discomfort. Deepening our breath helps to quiet the mind and enhances relaxation, leaving us refreshed on every level. All Levels.

Slow Flow Yoga with Jennifer Morris

Slow Flow is a 60 minute class for all levels using a series of poses that flow together with the pace of your breath and using the element of time holding for a few breaths in each pose. Strength-building and deep stretching are the results. Restful savasana ends the class. Contact Jen at with questions.

Tao Yin Qigong with Joyce Palmer—2nd Friday of the MonthTao Yin is the common ancestor between yoga and Qigong. A Taoist practice of flexibility, it originated in China thousands of years ago as a way to keep the body healthy and Qi flowing. Tao Yin combines the powerful asana practice (postural holds) of yoga with the effortless flow of Qigong. Tao Yin was used to keep the body’s life force energy circulating and flowing. The combination of stretch and flow awakens the energy in your body. Each class focuses on breathing, stretching (with both standing and floor work), and flows, ending with a 15-minute guided meditation. 4:30–5:45 p.m.
February 8 / March 8 / April 12 / May 10 / June 14

Yoga Medley with Karen Price

The majority of the benefits received from a physical yoga practice come from the most basic postures. This class offers a variety of modifications involving those postures, making them more accessible or more challenging. You choose the option that best accommodates your bodies needs. All levels.


Instructor may be substituted due to unforeseen circumstances.




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