Weekly Class Schedule
Open Practice Hours
Tuesday and Thursday
noon to 1PM
Starting on March 24th West African Dance will be held on the 2nd and 4th Friday's of the month at 5:30PM
Drop in class:$20
5 class: $90
10 class: $170
Monthly Membership: $130
Private session with Dawn: $140
Preregistration is no longer required for class.
But if you would like to reserve your
spot and pay online use the link below
Please arrive early for every class. Note: The teacher locks the front door after Yoga class begins.
Please care for personal hygiene before sharing space with others in Yoga
Please do not wear strong perfume or cologne to class.
Please bring your own Yoga mat. If you do not have one, we have some to borrow
Please leave your cell phone outside the practice space
Please refrain from talking loudly in the practice space
Vinyassa/Yin Yoga for Emotional Care
75-minutes (In-studio and Virtual Options Available)
Half slow flow (through yoga sun salutations and other sequences) half deep restoration, this class invites an educated relationship with our emotions based in research of what specific emotions are trying to tell us or help us with. Trauma informed, IFS informed, beneficial for stress, anxiety, depression, grief, and overall health and understanding of the whole person. Moderately challenging at times and deeply restful, this class can improve overall health (with the understanding that emotional and mental health is physical health). This class is open to and beneficial for childbearing individuals.
Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra
Restorative yoga followed by a long ‘yogic sleep’ (extended, guided rest)
This class is trauma informed stress reduction to its core.
Open Practice Hour
Come into a quiet practice space, lit with candles, permeated by light incense and music to relax using bolsters, blankets, and eye pillows; move through a self-guided posture practice, journalling, or seated mediation. Stay for the entire time or just a short time. Offer a donation if you can. No headstands or handstands please.
Mindful Vinyassa Yoga
A slow flow through yoga sun salutations, moving into stillness in relaxation. Trauma informed, good for stress, anxiety, and overall health. This early morning class is a peaceful and energizing way to start the day.
Rest and Renew
A gentle warm up, followed by restorative yoga, deep relaxation and meditation, this class is trauma informed and IFS informed and is a wonderful class for those who feel overwhelmed and exhausted and in need of rest. Great for stress reduction.
A gentle yoga class geared toward childbearing individuals and welcoming toward non-childbearing individuals as well. Dedicated to pain relief and stress relief, this practice is trauma informed and IFS informed. Whether you are preparing to birth a human or a new idea or simply need freedom from pain and stress, you are welcome to this space that appreciates all bodies.
This class begins with centering and rest and then offers ‘Satsang’ or ‘truth talk’ on yoga philosophy in everyday human and life problems, encouraging self-trust and compassion. Question/talk back time follows, before we conclude with simple yoga postures and deep relaxation. Trauma informed, empowering, IFS informed, and community building.
Ground and Center Slow Flow
The name really says it all. This class focuses on grounding and is therapeutic for anxiety and stress. It focuses on centering, building self-trust and confidence, and combines periods of flowing through simple and gentle yoga sequences with periods of relaxed stillness. Trauma informed, IFS informed,
Slow and Center Vinyassa Yoga
75-minutes (In-Studio and Virtual Options Available)
Many vinyassa yoga practices are paced in a way that doesn’t allow for a full breath. This is not one of them. With long pauses to rest deep within yourself, this slow vinyassa feels like a moving meditation as it builds strength without force or strain. Trauma informed and IFS informed, this is a wonderful way to build confidence in your body, while learning how to be in conversation with what the body is saying-sometimes that will be to linger in a practice, other times that may be to branch off and move intuitively. Other times that will be to leave a practice that doesn’t feel supportive. You will be given the support to practice deeper self-care, while being held in the slow rhythm of the class.
Slow Flow for Emotional Care
This class begins and ends with rest and moves slowly and combines periods of flowing through simple and gentle yoga sequences with periods of relaxed stillness. This class invites an educated relationship with our emotions based in research of what specific emotions are trying to tell us or help us with. Trauma informed, IFS informed, beneficial for stress, anxiety, depression, grief, and overall health and understanding of the whole person.