All students must pre-register
Outdoor Flow Yoga
Flow classes challenge students to build strength and flexibility. They are more vigorous than beginner and all-level classes. Held on the patio at 200 E. 8th Street, next to Fantasyland Park.
Ideal for new students or those who have been away from the practice for a time.
Family Yoga Project
The Family Yoga Project is free four-week introduction to yoga and mindfulness for school-aged children and their families. Parents are required to remain on premises and participation is encouraged. Please pre-register. Bring a towel or yoga mat.
Mixed Bag Yoga
This class will serve as a bridge between the flow and yoga basics classes, offering some strength and heat building poses along with grounding and stretching.
Gentle stretching followed by restorative yoga will help you release stress and calm the mind. Class size is limited and masks are required.
"Yoga does not just change the way we see things, it transforms the person who sees."
Straight from the Source
Laura creates a peaceful, nurturing atmosphere to practice yoga. With each class she offers a perfect blend of what we know how to do with a goal to work toward. Her little reminders of correct alignment, the need to breathe, and avoiding tension always come at just the right time.
Margo Mann Harris
She is one amazing instructor! Even if you have never done yoga she makes you feel like you belong. She is kind and awesome!
Laura led the warm up at our half marathon race and everyone loved her. Very engaging and helped make sure everyone was ready to run.
Laura pays attention to needs and abilities of each student in class and accommodates to individuals. She also varies content from class to class so it never gets too routine. A caring, skilled, energetic teacher.
Laura is so good about making yoga both easy and challenging. She's good at adapting and is a wonderful teacher.
I have had the opportunity to watch Laura’s journey from fellow yogi student to instructor. Laura keeps every class “fresh” and helps everyone achieve their best “journey.”