Good Vibes for Body & Mind

Yoga Community,

Sasaphras Yoga is excited to announce that weekly, outdoor classes will be held Saturday’s at 9am, beginning July 4, 2020. These classes will be held at the Hillview Library in Diamond Point. While we are very excited to resume socially-distant contact with our wonderful community, please note that there will be restrictions and guidelines that must be followed in order to keep everyone safe. Attendees MUST register/pay ahead of the class. Head on over to our calendar page and click on the Saturday Outdoor Yoga Class event to learn all the details!

Did you know about our donation-based online classes? We offer a range of practices from guided meditations to intermediate Vinyasa sequences to a series for beginners, as well as our traditional Hatha classes. Click here to find something to add to your home practice!

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for content that YOU would like to see during this transition, please reach out!

Stay clean, stay healthy, stay positive!

Is Yoga For You?

Flexibility, strength, balance, peace of mind… Need I say more?

Yoga is helpful in so many ways that it’s hard to think of a reason not to develop your own practice. With our busy lives, it’s necessary to take some time out of the day to give ourselves something good.

More than just fitness, yoga is the union of movement, breath, and intention. In a world with increasing connection to each other, we often find less time to devote to self-care. Coming to the mat, whether it be 15 minutes at home or an hour in a class, allows us to turn our focus inward and gift ourselves with loving awareness.

Sasaphras Yoga offers creative and accessible classes that emphasize safe body alignment and allow you to develop a relationship with breath, movement, and intention to fuel and guide you deeper into your practice.

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