• These classes are designed to introduce beginning students to Yoga in a safe, supportive way. We begin with the classical movements and breathing techniques which are the core of Ashtang Vinyasa Yoga. The original sequence of Primary Series is broken down in a way that is approachable for all fitness levels. We provide modifications or challenges appropriate for each individual. These classes are for anyone who has the desire to learn Yoga. The Ashtanga sequences make it easy for students to develop a personal practice and give a fundamental understanding that can be applied to all yoga. These classes are taught in a relaxed and noncompetitive atmosphere and include students of all ages. 75 minutes.   Check out our New Student Special!  
  • Yoga is an excellent exercise option during pregnancy. It can help soothe aches and pains, reduce stress, teach you to relax, and help you prepare for childbirth and motherhood. Prenatal yoga provides the opportunity to deepen your connection to your body, your baby, and connect with other pregnant women in the community. Classes are open to healthy pregnant women in the 2nd and 3rd trimester. No previous yoga experience is needed. Jennifer Engleman is a certified Mamaste Yoga Prenatal Yoga instructor. The Mamaste Yoga link is   Pre-registration for the class is required. Register by calling 405-320-YOGA or emailing   Price: $16 drop in or $48 per month (4 classes)
  • Tai Chi has many health benefits and is apporpriate for all levels of fitness and all age groups. This is a donation based community class open to everyone. For more information call Chock Petchpron at (405) 445-2475.
  • Learn an ancient healing discipline! Thai Bodywork has a strong influence from yoga. It is like having yoga "done to you". This form of bodywork is excellent for relieving sore muscles and helping students with difficult areas of their yoga practice. In this class half the group forms a circle with their yoga mats and the other half of the group practices the various techniques as the circle rotates every few moves. It is not necessary to come with a partner because everyone works on everyone. Each student both gives and receives a massage with step by step instruction and supervision. Wear yoga clothes or loose fitting clothing that you can move around easily in. No previous experience is necessary.


  • In Level 2 classes we build on the foundation gained in the Intro classes. The aspects of rhythm and internal heat are introduced. Here we link the postures together with breath and the technique called Vinyasa. (Vinyasa means arrangement. To put the postures in sync with breath and move through the practice in increments of breath,) After learning the fundamentals, people with fitness backgrounds and active lifestyles will soon feel comfortable with this level. While we encourage students to learn the basics first, those who want to "jump right in" are welcome to do so as long as they do have some previous yoga experience, or at least an adventurous spirit! Students are allowed to enter Shavasana whenever they wish to. (Shavasana means finishing the practice and laying down to rest.) In Level 2 with Variations we keep the structure of Primary Series but the teacher chooses certain variations to progress in a given area of the practice- back bends, hip flexion, bandha, vinyasa movements,etc.  90 minutes    
  • This is the classical Primary Series as taught by Sri BNS Iyengar. There are a few minor differences from the Jois Primary Series. These include stepping out to the Left instead of Right and a slightly different finishing sequence. Anyone used to doing the Jois Primary Sequence will have absolutely no trouble following along. Previous yoga experience is recommended for this class. Here we begin to breath with precision and learn to practice without missing a single breath. Primary Series is the "original recipe" that has directly influenced many other forms of yoga. When a student becomes fluent in these postures, there is a strong foundation and the student is assured of having enough knowledge to practice on their own. Knowing this sequence also enables students to participate harmoniously in other Ashtanga classes all over the world. 90 minutes    
  • This is a led class introducing the Intermediate postures of Ashtanga Yoga. While The Primary sequence of Sri BNS Iyengar simply involves differences in technique and Vinyasa count, here we are dealing with an entirely different progression of postures. Some of the familiar sequences are there but the arrangement is quite different. It can be useful to experience different formats in order to gain a broad appreciation and understanding of the Ashtanga sequences. Variations will be offered for the more difficult poses. Students who have become comfortable in our Level 2 classes will enjoy participating in this class as it gives variety and fresh material to work with. The intermediate postures often help students to progress in the areas they find most difficult in Primary Series.  90 minutes  
  • This is a led class introducing the Intermediate postures of Ashtanga Yoga. The standing postures, vinyasa count, and sequence are taught exactly as Sri K. Pattabhi Jois taught them, to the best of our ability. It is necessary to have experience with Primary Series before beginning this practice. Variations will be offered for the more difficult poses. Students who have become comfortable in our Level 2 classes will enjoy participating in this class as it gives variety and fresh material to work with. The Intermediate postures often help students to progress in the areas they find most difficult in Primary Series.  90 minutes  

Mixed levels

  • Our Hot Yoga classes are taught between 90-95°F. While all of our classes are taught at about 80° to encourage sweating, our hot yoga classes are good for those who enjoy working with extra heat. We offer our own blend of progressive sequences based on our teachers' collective experiences. Heating the body, whether it is done with external or internal heat, is a very effective way of detoxing and improving flexibility. Safety is a consideration, please be sure to hydrate before class and bring water. Hot Yoga is a mixed level class and offers modifications and challenges for all levels of students. Special Note: We ask that students bring their own yoga mats because of the intense sweating. 75 mins.
  • Mysore is a traditional teaching format where students practice at their own pace. The teacher will analyze your practice individually and offer specific instructions to help you overcome your challenges and realign your body. The name Mysore refers to a town in South India where Ashtanga Yoga was first taught to Westerners. This approach teaches students to memorize the sequences very quickly and diagrams are available in class for those who need them. There is no need to try to keep up with the class. It may sound a little daunting to beginners, but this is actually a very comfortable way to learn. For those who already know the sequences these classes offer a great freedom to move at your own pace while still practicing with others. For those with injury's or medical issues, this class is a great way to cultivate a customized practice, designed to facilitate your recuperation. All levels of students are welcome in these classes!
  • This is a mixed level Ashtanga class for anyone practicing in either Levels 1 or 2. The class's sequences will offer modifications or challanges to suit each student. 75 mins.
  • This class is for all levels but will be very beneficial for students who already have an established practice. Students who are pregnant or who  have high blood pressure should avoid this class as it involves a considerable amount of breath retention.  Mudra is seldom taught in the West. Most people think of hand exercises when they hear the word Mudra. However hand mudras are a very small branch of Mudra. The Bandhas or core contractions involved in Ashtanga Yoga come from Mudras. This class will be very useful for students looking for ways to strengthen their core. We all enjoy the way we feel after practicing Yoga. Mudras are techniques for prolonging and intensifying the bright happy feeling we get from practicing yoga postures. These exercises shed a lot of light on how Yoga changes our chemistry and improves our health. Pranayama is the next limb in Ashtanga Yoga after Asana. It requires a knowledge of Bandha to practice safely and effectively. There are many systems of Pranayama. The one we use is taught by Sri BNS Iyengar and can be safely practiced by students who are familiar with Primary Series. This class is a gentle introduction to these more subtle but very powerful techniques. All levels of fitness are welcome and no one is ever asked to hold their breath longer than feels comfortable! The class will begin with a short round of Mantra chanting and finish with a silent meditation. Mudra and Pranayama Class will resume in June 2016!
  • Foundations Series is a short but vigorous level 2 class which presents the Ashtanga Yoga standing series with modifications to build strength and endurance. The standing series is truly the fundation of any Ashtanga practice. This is a great option for those who are short on time or those wishing to deepen their practice saftly. 45 minutes. The Foundations Series class is free to students attending the Mysore class with Byrce Delbridge at 6 pm.   .      


  • Sundays at 9:30am - Zen Meditation is a structured and classical form of meditation as taught by Suzuki Roshi. This is appropriate for anyone who is interested in meditation and willing to sit quietly for an hour in order to explore it. Michael Lee prefers to call it a meditation group rather than a class, and is dedicated to promoting meditation in our community. Everyone is welcome! *This class is offered by donation.  90 minutes.