Asana Class Schedule & Descriptions

Weekly Asana Class Schedule*

I am committed to healthy community, and believe we are responsible for each other. The tenets of Yoga state I am in community & must act according to the Yamas & Niyamas, the ethical principles of Yoga. I ask you to join me in a time of study & practice of these principles in the midst of COVID-19 preventative measures.

That said, in-person classes are postponed until further notice. Please see online offerings BELOW to support you / our community during this important time of social distancing to protect our most vulnerable community members.

This is a perfect time to cultivate your home practice =).

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Sundays on Zoom

4:00pm EST – Mixed-Level Hatha

5:30pm EST – Evening Chair Yoga

Tuesdays on Zoom

9:00am EST — Hatha I/II

Full Moon & New Moon Hatha Flow Classes on Zoom (see Workshops / Events page)

Class Descriptions

Private Sessions (ONLINE ONLY)

Private sessions are tailored to your goals, with the ultimate goal of cultivating stability and ease in mind/body/spirit. Each session may include any or all of the following elements — postures, breathwork, guided relaxation and meditation — along with suggestions for daily practices. ($60 for 1 session or $150 for 3 sessions; add’l person $15, up to 3 people) *Online private sessions are available! Contact me at


Just starting out? OR seeking a gentle / recovery day practice? Practice traditional postures and pranayama (breathwork) to move your body with intelligence and ease. Plenty of time to explore poses, ask questions, and make your practice your own. Class culminates with systematic relaxation to calm the nervous system, followed by a 3-5 minute guided meditation.


Hatha combines mindful asana (postures), pranayama, and a finishing guided relaxation. In general, traditional “Hatha” classes tend to move at a steady, intentional pace. We focus on the breath and hold poses a little longer than in a flow style class. Hatha yoga is well-suited for beginners because it gives the student more time to investigate what the pose requires. That said, Hatha is also perfect for more advanced students — holding postures longer is an incredible way to build strength and focus. Small class size ensures a personalized experience.


Rooted in Hatha philosophy and practice, Slow Flow is a gentle yet powerful practice focused on holding poses while integrating breath. Excellent for both beginners and long-time practitioners, join me at The Yoga Garden to move, stretch, decompress, and reduce stress.


Experience a deeper focus and connection in your practice as you hold poses a little longer and become more graceful in challenging poses. Hatha II classes will help you build a strong foundation both physically and energetically so that your poses become light, full of ease, and contain more power. This class will also use pranayama to strengthen the nervous system and balance the emotions providing a gateway to the more subtle realms of yoga.

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