Akasha offers a range of classes to accommodate most schedules. Whether you’re a beginner or more advanced student, eager to be challenged or in a “light and easy” mood, we’re here seven days a week to welcome you to class.


Time Class Instructor
10:00-11:15am All-Level w/Challenge pose Jennifer
5:30-6:45pm All-Level Lorrie
5:45-6:45pm Tai Chi (July 13-August 22) Evie *Registration required
7:00-8:00pm Light & Easy Lorrie



Time Class Instructor
11:00-12:15pm All-Level w/Yin poses Jenny
5:30-6:30pm Flow Jenny
7:00-8:15pm All-Level Jennifer



Time Class Instructor
8:00-9:15am All-Level Jennifer
5:30-6:30pm Beginner Jennifer
7:00-8:15pm All-Level w/Yoga Nidra Emilie



Time Class Instructor
9:30-10:30am Yin Jenny
11:00-12:15pm All-Level Jenny
7:00-8:15pm All-Level Lorrie



Time Class Instructor
9:15-10:30am Challenge Whitney
11:00-12:15pm All-Level Whitney
5:30-6:45pm Light & Easy w/Restorative Emilie



Time Class Instructor
8:00-9:15am Challenge Jennifer
9:30-10:45am All-Level Jennifer
11:00-12:00pm Beginners Jennifer
12:30-1:30pm Tai Chi (July 16-August 27) Evie *Registration required



Time Class Instructor
8:00-9:00am Flow Stephanie
9:15-10:45am All-Level w/Meditation Stephanie


Class Descriptions

All-Level—A moderately paced class.

Beginner—An exploration of pose fundamentals, yoga basics and relaxation. Questions welcome!

Challenge—Yoga experience required to deepen your awareness of poses, breath work and more.

Flow—A faster pace, continuous movement; poses flow from one to the next, synchronized with the breath.

Freestyle—10 minutes dedicated for participants to practice one or more poses individually.

Light & Easy—A slower pace with gentle poses.

Meditation—A 15-minute formal meditation at end of class.

Private yoga—Any level. Please call for appointment.

Restorative—Gentle poses held for extended periods to promote flexibility, along with periods of stillness to calm mind and body.

Session—Classes run for 6 weeks at a time and registration is required.

Tai Chi—A slow, low-impact dance-like movements balance mind, body and spirit.

Yin—A slow-paced, meditative practice of long holds focuses on connective tissues and joints of the hips, pelvis and spine.

Yoga Nidra—A 15-minute guided visualization at end of class leads to extreme relaxation to support deep sleep.

Classes and instructors are subject to change.