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Yoga in Greater Cleveland

Unwind Wednesday Slow Flow

An all-level class that is appropriate for the beginner as well as the seasoned Yogi. This class is a great way to decompress and unwind in the middle of the week. Think slowed down vinyasa. Moving mindfully throughout a slow sequence that builds strength, flexibility, and alignment, while finding longer holds of postures combined with breath. This calming practice can promote feelings of peace, relaxation, and positivity. 

Rise and Flow Powerful Flow

A class geared towards a more advanced Yogi, as we will be moving at a fast pace. Better than a cup of coffee, start your day with an energizing, 45-minute, power vinyasa. Power yoga is a hybrid yoga exercise developed with fitness in mind, promoting cardio health, strength training, and stress reduction. Warm up building your heat from the inside out, moving intentionally from pose to pose with the breath. Moving one breath per movement throughout a sequenced flow, building strength, and endurance while burning calories. Leave invigorated and ready to tackle the week. 

Candlelight Soothing Stretch and Yoga Nidra

An all-level class. Hands-on assists are offered throughout this mostly floor-based practice. Moving slowly through a yoga stretch sequence, releasing tension, with the breath gently guiding you into your deepest flexibility comfort zone. Preparing the body for Yoga NidraYogic Sleep”, a form of meditation known as effortless relaxation. During Yoga Nidra, you will be led through a mental body scan which allows for the mind and body to slow down, relax, and turn inward, eliminating stress and restoring energy levels. There are countless benefits of this practice when done on a consistent basis, bringing about a profound sense of joy and well-being.

Beginners Workshop Series

Discover the transformative power of yoga in our beginner’s workshop series designed for individuals of all ages and fitness levels. Led by experienced yoga instructors, this series provides a gentle and supportive introduction to the foundational principles and practices of yoga.

Throughout the workshop series, you’ll learn the art of mindful breathing, gentle stretching, and basic yoga poses that foster strength, flexibility, and balance. Each session will focus on a specific aspect of yoga, gradually building your confidence and knowledge.

No prior experience is required; this workshop series is open to everyone eager to embark on a holistic journey toward wellness and inner peace. Whether you’re seeking stress relief, improved posture, or simply a serene escape from the demands of everyday life, this beginner’s workshop series is tailored just for you.

Join us in creating a nurturing community where you can explore the benefits of yoga in a welcoming environment. Immerse yourself in this transformative journey and leave each session feeling rejuvenated, centered, and inspired.

Book your spot today and take the first step towards a healthier, more balanced you. Namaste!


Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is a spiritual and physical practice that combines movement, breathwork, meditation, and chanting to awaken dormant energy believed to reside at the base of the spine, known as Kundalini. It is an ancient practice that originated in India and has gained popularity worldwide.

The primary goal of Kundalini Yoga is to awaken and elevate the Kundalini energy through a series of exercises, known as kriyas, which involve specific physical postures, breathing techniques, and repetitive movements. These kriyas are designed to stimulate the nervous and glandular systems, release energy blockages, and promote the flow of energy throughout the body.

Kundalini Yoga places emphasis on the integration of breath, movement, and sound to help practitioners experience a deeper connection with themselves and the Universe. Mantras and chanting are commonly used in Kundalini Yoga to enhance the meditative experience and create a vibrational resonance.

The practice of Kundalini Yoga is known for its dynamic and intense nature, with a focus on building physical strength, flexibility, and endurance. It also aims to cultivate mental clarity, emotional balance, and wider awareness.

Practitioners of Kundalini Yoga often report a range of benefits, including increased energy, reduced stress, improved focus, enhanced creativity, and a heightened sense of well-being. However, it’s important to note that Kundalini Yoga involves powerful energy work and should be practiced under the guidance of a qualified teacher.

Overall, Kundalini Yoga offers a holistic approach to self-transformation and spiritual growth – combining physical exercise, breathwork, meditation, and mantra to awaken and activate the dormant energy within.

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Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga is one of the most well-known styles of yoga practiced in western cultures. It is a fast-paced, continuous, and fluid progression through various asanas, or poses, while focusing on connecting your breathing to your movements. The advantages of this type of yoga are becoming quite well-known.

The practice of Vinyasa Yoga is reported to help create:

  • Calmness
  • Decreased anxiety and depression
  • An increase in flexibility
  • Increased cardiovascular health
  • Improvements in breathing and oxygenation of the whole body

Hatha Yoga is similar to Vinyasa Yoga but maintains the focus on slower, controlled breathing synchronized with the physical poses and transitions between poses. There is greater attention given to long, slow stretches – this is yogic style is slower-paced and emphasizes very controlled and precise movements.


    In addition to the benefits previously listed, Hatha Yoga increases

    • Core strength
    • Stability
    • Balance
    • Endurance

    Yin Yoga is a relatively new style of yoga that uses the same or similar asanas as Hatha Yoga. The key difference is the slow pace of this style when compared to other forms of yoga. Yin yoga concentrates on very slow movements with individual asanas held for 1 to 5 minutes. This dynamically changes the experience, and the way energy is moved through the body. With a focus on energy meridians and an inward focus of your attention, this can be a deeply relaxing, rejuvenating experience for the body and the spirit.

    Some additional advantages of Yin Yoga include:

    • Physical improvement of the fascia, ligaments, tendons, joints, and internal organs
    • Mental benefits of stress relief, emotional balance, and clarity


    17951 Jefferson Park Road
    Suite #100
    Middleburg Heights, OH 44130

    (440) 879-8517