Learn more about yoga during the interview with studio owner, Heather Anastos, in the video above!
Yoga Community has the highest trained yoga teachers in the area* and and offers professional instruction in yoga, ayurveda, and meditation.
Our studio was designed to create a soothing environment dedicated to the practice of yoga. Our goal is to work with each individual to help alleviate pain and tension, build strength and provide a space for personal well-being and growth.
Our diverse schedule has classes and workshops for the development of the whole person, from beginner to experienced practitioner. Students with injuries and illness are welcome (see our schedule for appropriate level classes).
*Two 500-hr trained instructors, a certified yoga therapist, and four instructors with 10+ years teaching experience. All of our instructors have a minimum of 200-hours of training which meets the Yoga Alliance standards. Many of our instructors also hold additional certificates in specialty yoga applications such as: Yoga for Scoliosis, Trauma-Informed Yoga, Yoga for Disabilities, Prenatal, Postnatal, Yoga for Teens, Yoga for Round Bodies, Continuing Education Provider for yoga teachers, etc.
Visit our schedule page for up-to-the-minute class schedules!
Upcoming Series Classes:
Beginning Yoga Series: Sign up now for January
Ayurvedic Yoga: Thursdays at 6pm
Gentle Yoga: Thursdays at 10am.
Yoga Bliss: Sundays at 9am.
Yoga for Anxiety: Sunday, 11/11 at 11am.*
Veterans and their family members can attend for $5 each.
The Meaning of Om with Heather on Nov. 18 from 2-5pm.
Starting a Home Practice with Heather on Jan. 19 from 9-noon.
For details about these classes and others, or to register, see our schedule page.
Yoga is for Every Body
Contrary to popular belief, yoga is not just for the young, fit and flexible. It isn’t just contortion-ism and standing on your head. Yoga can be a path to reduced physical pain, emotional well-being and personal growth. At Yoga Community, we know that everyone can do yoga! We use props (straps, blocks, chairs, etc.) to make yoga postures accessible to anyone, regardless of flexibility, fitness level, size, injuries, disability, age, or illness. We even have classes that can be done from a wheelchair. YOU can do yoga.
In addition, we work to balance the physical benefits of yoga with the relaxation benefits. In our modern society, we tend not to get enough exercise and never seem to have time to unwind and relax. We try to make sure we incorporate both into every yoga class. Our focus on making yoga accessible and comfortable, as well as incorporating relaxation techniques, ensures we meet our goal – which is to make sure that you walk out our door feeling better than when you walked in.