Yoga Class Schedule

Descriptions & Pricing

First Yoga Class? We recommend either Gentle Flow or Fundamentals, to get started. Learn more about what to expect in class in our Anatomy of a Yoga Class guide.

Class Schedule

Online registration is not required.

Current through 12/22/2018.

Mon. 6:00 pm – Vinyasa with Sarah
Tues.  9:30 am – Gentle Yoga with Sarah
Wed.  5:30 pm – Fundamentals with Sarah
7:00 pm – Guided Meditation (Free, 30 minutes) with Sarah
Thurs.  9:00 am – Yin Yoga with Meg
Sat. 10:30 am – Vinyasa with Sarah

 Class descriptions are below.
*See Series descriptions for descriptions and special pricing.


Please enjoy the holiday with family and friends!  We will resume a regular schedule (with some time changes and additions!) on January 2.

Mon. 12/24 No Class
Tues. 12/25 No Class
Wed. 12/26 No Class
Thurs. 12/27  9:00 am – Yin Yoga with Meg
Sat. 12/29 10:30 am – Vinyasa with Sarah
Mon. 12/31 No Class
Tues. 1/1 No Class

 Class descriptions are below.

Our 2019 schedule is still in development, but here’s what we are thinking so far.  Want something you don’t see?  Let us know!

Mon. 6:00 pm – Flow Yoga with Sarah
Tues. 9:00 am – Gentle Yoga with Sarah
Wed. 9:00 am – Flow Yoga with Sarah
5:45 pm – Fundamentals with Sarah
7:15 pm – Guided Meditation (Free, 30 minutes) with Sarah
Thurs. 9:00 am – Yin Yoga with Meg

8:30 am – Flow Yoga with Bryan
10:00 am – Gentle Yoga with Sarah

 Class descriptions are below.


$15 recommended, sliding scale

We believe yoga should be accessible to anyone, so our classes are offered on a sliding scale of $10-$17 for a 75 minute class, with a recommended price of $15.  Class pass packages can be bought online at a fixed price of $108 for 8 classes, or $13.50 a class.


Online registration is appreciated but not required. 
If you are using a package, use the “Redeem Package or Coupon” button when you register.  Otherwise, simply bring payment to class.

Looking for series & workshops?  Go to the Workshops page.

Class Descriptions

Gentle Flow

1 hour 15 minutes

Move with the breath to bring gentle, rhythmic motion into the body. Invite openness into tight shoulders and hips, practice balance in body and mind, move the spine in each of its five healthy ways, and end with deep, sweet relaxation.  This class is great for people who are getting into yoga for the first time (or getting back to it after a vacation), as well as people looking to gently begin building strength and flexibility in the body. 


1 hour 15 minutes

In many flow classes, the speed of movement prevents breaking down and exploring the energetic and physical alignment of postures. Fundamentals focuses on the these principles in all poses, so that you have confidence about your expression of a pose, and know how to make a pose your own. Each month we will explore a specific aspect of ashtanga yoga (eightfold yoga), that you can layer into your personal practice.

Meditation (Free!)

30 minutes

Take a break from the busyness of everyday life, and find a moment of stillness. Meditation is a powerful tool to create peace and change in your life, and there are as many ways to meditate as there are types of fish in the water. Explore different types of meditation practices in this guided offering.

Vinyasa (Flow Yoga)

1 hour 15 minutes

This is an active, flowing class – where each pose moves smoothly into the next, moving with the breath. Balancing the building of strength and flexibility, this class is suitable for those with familiar with sun salutations and common poses, and enthusiastic beginners.

Yin Yoga

1 hour 15 minutes

Yin yoga practice focuses on the connective tissue in the body – fascia, ligaments, tendons, even bones – by holding positions for longer periods of time. Connective tissue does stretch, but not quickly like muscles. By holding positions for 2 to 20 minutes, connective tissues have time to lengthen and adapt, improving mobility in joints and the spine. This style of yoga is especially helpful if you have body tightness associated with stressful lifestyle, aging or repetitive activities (i.e. prolonged sitting, running, cycling, standing, etc.).

Yoga for Healthy Bones & Joints

1 hour 15 minutes

While most asana practice is good for bones and joints, this class focuses on postures that promote bone health in areas commonly prone to osteopenia and osteoporosis, as well as poses that help extend range of motion in larger joints commonly affected by osteo-arthritis.  

Series Descriptions

Series offerings may have different pricing or durations than regular classes, and are offered for limited periods of time.

Yin Yoga Foundation Series

Sundays at 4:30 p.m., 90 minutes
1/20/2019 – 2/24/2019
$100 for 6-class series, $20 drop-in

New to Yin Yoga? This 6 class series will give you a complete introduction. 

1/20 – Yin & Yang Yoga: What’s the Difference? 
1/27 – Yin Yoga for Tight Hips
2/3 – Yin Yoga for Shoulders & Neck
2/10 – Yin Yoga at The Wall
2/17 – Yin Yoga: Total Body
2/24 – Yin & Yang Yoga: What’s the Difference? Take 2  


You don't have to be able to touch your toes to practice yoga - you just have to be willing to explore.  Discover what combining intention, breath and bodywork can do for your mind and spirit.


Reconnect to your body through restorative, therapeutic massage therapy.  Whether you are treating an injury or just need to relax, you will leave feeling rejuvenated and balanced.

Contact Us

200 N Churton Street, Suite 200, Hillsborough, NC      (919) 590-9494

There is limited on-site parking, and additional public parking one short block away on King Street and in the King Street parking lot, accessible from Churton Street.

We are upstairs.  Enter using the staircase on the left side of the building.