Class Descriptions

Classes at Here Yoga are taught in a variety of styles that combine key alignment principles and linking of breath and movement.  All levels are welcome to all classes, although some level of fitness is suggested for the Power/Vinyasa classes.  All classes are taught by Yoga Alliance certified instructors.  Classes are 1 hr 15 min unless otherwise noted.  Please arrive at least 5-10 minutes before class starts so you can settle in. Please note: not all classes are offered at all times.  The schedule is updated monthly.

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Multi. (Multi style & multi level)  A class that emphasizes and builds on the foundations of asana (poses) and pranayama (breathing) to develop strength, flexibility and balance--the building blocks of a sound practice. Linking of breath and movement (vinyasa) is introduced.  This class is a great place to start if you’ve never practiced yoga before.

Recovery. This class combines a multi style with additional emphasis on flexibility and opening.  It’s a great way to unwind stiff & sore bodies after a weekend of activity.  This class is appropriate for all levels of experience & muscle aches

Flex Yoga.  Can’t touch your toes?  Recovering from an injury? Not sure what this yoga stuff is all about?  No matter how flexible or fit you are, try this yoga class and experience how breathing and stretching can build strong, centered bodies.

Power. A vigorous practice based on Beryl Binder Birch's system of Ashtanga/Power Yoga. Power classes cultivate awareness while building core strength, flexibility and stamina through vinyasa. Emphasis is on safe & healthy alignment.  Beginners welcome but physical fitness is recommended.

Yoga for Athletes. Improve your flexibility and focus, strengthen ancillary muscles to support your sport.  Sound like something for you?  Check out this class!  The room will be warmed to aid in flexibility and flushing and the practice a strong one that incorporates flowing movements, balancing and strengthening poses.  Some level of physical fitness is recommended.


Private Instruction. Private and semi-private instruction is available. Initial assessment, individualized instruction and a detailed practice plan are included. Please contact Laura directly to schedule.

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At this time, no class packages are available. All un-expired packages must be used by February 12th.  

Drop in:  $9

Private instruction and semi-private instruction is available.  Please contact the studio by phone, email, or in person.

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Yoga Etiquette

  • ​Make it part of your yoga practice to arrive early. Getting to class about 10 minutes early will help you sign in, settle in and align and center yourself.
  • Please turn off cell phones, pagers & anything that makes noise. If you must bring your cell phone, pager or iPod or any other electronic equipment into the yoga studio make sure it is off or that all settings are on silent.
  • If you need to leave early let the teacher know at the start of class. He/she can help you finish class and leave quietly.
  • Don’t wear excessive perfumes or oils. Because classes involve breath work and deep breathing, it is considerate to not wear perfumes, colognes or even essential oils. Some people may be allergic and have trouble breathing.
  • Be a good yogi and clean your borrowed mat before putting it away. Mat disinfectant is kept at the studio. Also, please pick up and neatly put away any props you use.
  • Honor your body: Yoga is a personal practice not a competitive or comparative one. You are the only one who knows how you’re feeling at any moment, so listen to the wisdom of your body and take care of yourself.
  • Minimize talking: If you are socializing before class, that’s OK, but please be mindful of others who may be meditating or sitting quietly in the studio.
  • Don’t step on others' mats. This is personal space and it may feel like an invasion of privacy to some.
  • What to wear? It’s best to wear clothing that is non-restrictive. Generally, any workout clothing is appropriate.
  • Eat lightly, or not at all before class. Generally, yoga asana is best practiced on an empty stomach. This way your yoga practice does not interfere with the digestion process.