Yoga originated in ancient India as a group of physical, mental, and spiritual disciplines aimed to elevate the body and mind. One of the six major orthodox schools of Hinduism is called Yoga, but the yoga to which we commonly refer is indicative of the practices that cultivate the mind and body that have spread worldwide. The term “yoga” is from Sanskrit, meaning “harmony” or “unison”. Yoga uses ancient techniques that are easy to grasp, such as positions of the body, breathing adjustment, meditation, and various other methods to unify the body, mind, and spirit in harmony.
Yoga classes are offered for adults only.
For information on available classes please see our current class schedule.