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Yoga Adventure


6:00 pm

Join Tonya Bray to work on your balance. Here you will find balance: in your body, in your mind and in your soul. You will be guided on an adventure of flow, breathing and stillness. This class is progression-based, meaning we begin with a basic pose that can be made increasingly challenging for those who are interested. The Yoga Adventure encompasses all that is Yoga and is suitable for all seeking stress-relief, undoing the tightness from sitting in a car and at a desk all day, and for athletes needing active recovery.  

Vinyasa Yoga

Mondays &


6:00 pm

This is an all levels vinyasa class taught by Brandon Moore. This class focuses on more than the physical breath to movement.  This class allows for you to dive deeper if you feel called to.  This is a class where you can reach into your mind, heart, and soul spaces.  This is a safe place to work with those energies, take what serves you, and let it assist beyond the mat space.  He will share yoga knowledge.  You will leave this class feeling better throughout your whole being.  

 Mindful Yoga


9:00 am &


4:00 pm

Join Suzi McKinney in this yoga practice combining breath, movement, and meditation.  The asanas (movements) can help your body become more flexible and strong. It is a gentle practice for all ability levels. This class can provide an opportunity to stretch, unwind, and release tension.  All levels welcome. 

Gentle Yoga


9:30 - 10:30 am

Lynn Crawford teaches this class to help improve your strength, flexibility, and mobility through standing and seated yoga poses.  This class will teach the fundamentals of yoga while allowing you to progress at your own pace.  Stiff in the joints or can't touch your toes? No problem!  Yoga can loosen you up. Balance issues? Yoga will strengthen your core which will improve your balance.  You will walk out of class feeling better each time...Guaranteed!  Props may include straps and blocks. 

T'ai Chi Chih - Level 2

Tuesdays and Thursdays,

4:00 - 5:00 pm

This class is for students who have had prior experience or classes with T'ai Chi Chih. The focus will be on refining the 19 movements by practicing together.  Teacher Gail Nieto will lead a guided practice twice a week.  The sessions will include a beginning "meet up" with an emphasis on an intention or focus for the practice, a 40-45 minute practice, a short reflective time, and a final time together to share our reflections.  Private classes are available to learn the fundamentals of the movements.  Once these are learned, the student can join the group practice sessions.  Contact Gail Nieto at to arrange a private lesson any day and time at your convenience. 

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