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Tips to make your first Yoga experience calming, rewarding and memorable.

Arrive 5 to 10 minutes early. 

Everyone is required to sign in prior to entering class, so please check in at the front desk so we can extend a warm welcome and handle any paperwork. **Classes will begin at their designated times and doors may be locked.  Please be prompt.**

Remove Your shoes before entering the yoga room. 

Cubbies are provided in the studio lobby for all your personal effects. For your convenience, changing rooms are also available if you need to change clothes.

Turn off your cell phone.

Even if its stored in the cubby with your personal effects, please turn off your phone. Escaping the demands of the real world will enhance your experience and will keep from disrupting your fellow yogis.

Notify the teacher of any injuries or medical conditions.  

This helps us know how to best meet your individual needs.

Please stay for savasana.

If you must leave prior to class dismissal, please take an early Savasana (final relaxation pose), which will alert the instructor of your planned early exit.  Also, please depart before – not during – the group’s Savasana or final meditation.

Our Class Guide


Hatha - Thoughtfully sequenced flows that combine asana (poses), pranayama (breath) and meditation.

  • Basic Flow - Create a strong foundation for your yoga practice linking basic postures together in a sequence with breath and thoughtful movement. All-levels welcome!

    • Mondays & Wednesdays at 12 pm​

    • Thursdays at 6 pm

  • Mixed Level Flow - A mixed-level class where everyone is welcome to practice at their own level! Breath and movement are linked together in a flowing sequence. More advanced than our Basic Flow, but teachers will offer plenty of variations and modifications. to help students safely deepen their practice.​​

    • Mondays at 6 pm​

    • Saturday at 9 am

Yin Yoga - A slow-paced, quiet practice.

  • Poses are held in a relaxed manner for longer periods of time. It targets the deeper connective tissues of the body, develops body awareness, and can cultivate deep introspection. This makes a Yin Yoga practice the perfect complement to more dynamic and muscular forms of exercise. Athletes, reduce injuries and remove restrictions to strength and speed.  Yin yoga can help improve range of motion, speed post-workout recovery, build resistance to injury, and sharpen mental focus.

    • Tuesdays at 5:30 pm​

Restorative Yoga - AKA Adult Naptime

  • Balances a fast lifestyle and has an enormous capacity to heal physical and mental symptoms related to stress. Poses use props to provide a completely supportive environment for total relaxation, a state in which there is no movement, no effort, and the brain is quiet. This practice soothes your nervous system, helps you quiet your mind and invites you to release deeply held tension.

    • Thursdays at 12 pm​

These classes are NOT recommended for Beginners.

Vinyasa - Dynamic flowing sequence linking breath and movement to further develop one's practice.

  • Mixed Levels - Learn how to work safely in deeper variations and address postural imbalances. This class emphasizes foundation and alignment with an introduction to intermediate yoga poses.

    • Tuesdays at 12 pm​


  • Heated Vinyasa Mixed Levels Flow - The flow of intermediate and advanced sequenced poses in a heated environment. Perspiring is part of the thermoregulatory system of the body - increasing heart rate, cardiac output and metabolic rate.  Benefits on the body and mind are numerous, including increased circulation and muscular pliability but health considerations must be considered.  ** If you have high blood pressure, coronary issues or any medical problem that may be exacerbated by the heat this class is not recommended.​​

Yoga FAQ

I'm not flexible - Can I still do Yoga?
Yes! The biggest misconception is that one must be "naturally" flexible to practice yoga. Many forms of yoga regularly use props like blocks, straps, bolsters, sandbags and even partners to help yoga students of all flexibility levels improve. Come as you are!

What do I need to begin?
All you need is your body and a desire to improve your well-being. But it is also helpful to have a pair of comfy pants, leggings or shorts and a shirt that's not too baggy. No special footwear is required because you'll be barefoot. Bring a towel and avoid coming to class on a full stomach. As you practice develops you may want to buy your own yoga mat, but mats and other props are available at the studio.

How is Yoga different from stretching or other kinds of fitness?
Yoga connects movement of the body and the fluctuations of the mind to the rhythm of our breath. Connecting the mind, body and breath helps direct our attention inward. The awareness that we cultivate is what makes yoga a practice rather than a goal to be completed. As you practice yoga, your body will adapt to its own degree of flexibility.

Is Yoga a religion?
Yoga is not a religion, and it is not necessary to surrender your own religious beliefs to practice.

Private Classes

Interested in private lessons or prenatal/post-natal yoga? Please contact the studio for more information!

Sanskrit Terminology

Ever wonder what the words you sometimes hear in yoga classes mean?

Asana (a-san-a)

Any of the various yoga poses.

Hatha (hä’thə or hŭ’te)

A set of postures designed to align your muscles and bones.  Hatha yoga brings attention to breath, which helps still the fluctuations of the mind. The physical practice - one of the eight limbs of the discipline of yoga. All classes at 229Yoga are Hatha focused and combine asana (poses), pranayama (breath) and meditation practice.

Namaste (na-ma-stay)

This ancient Indian expression is a greeting people use when meeting or parting.  It is commonly translated as, “the light in me honors the light in you.”

Pranayama (prah-nah-yah-mah)

Breath control.  “Prana” means vitality and “ayama” is to stretch or expand.  By increasing the amount of air you intake, your brain has enough oxygen to perform at its maximum capacity.  Consequently, you will see improvement in many areas in your life including memory, sleep, energy and mood.

Vinyasa (vin-yah-sah)

Breath-synchronized movement; connecting a sequence of yoga poses. Flow style sequence linking poses and breath. Builds internal heat, creates suppleness in the body. At 229Yoga, our classes can be vigorous or meditative, usually faster paced than classes not designated Vinyasa.

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