Source Yoga is temporarily a 100% virtual yoga studio!
Our classes are being held via Zoom.
Preregister for your class through our online schedule.
We will email you a link to access your class 15-30 minutes before the start time of your class.
Thank you for joining us online!
Upcoming online workshops and series at Source Yoga
Chair Yoga – A 6 Week online series with Bonnie Loghry: May 26th-June 30th; Tuesdays, 4-5pm. Learn More Here
Heart Medicine: Move, Mantra, Restore and Nidra: An Online Workshop with Sona Buchanan; Sunday, May 31st, 4-6pm. Learn More Here
Finding Shelter in the Storm: Day of Mindfulness – An Online Retreat with Erin Joosse; Saturday, June 13th, 12-5pm. Learn More Here
New Student Special!
Two weeks Unlimited for $25.
Try classes at BOTH studios, and see which is best for you!
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Welcome to Source Yoga!
Source Yoga is a place to simply be, accept ourselves as we are in this moment, and connect with our innate wisdom.
Through the cultivation of present moment awareness through yoga and mindfulness practices, we discover and nurture our inner resources for self-care, ease, peace of mind, and compassion.
We welcome students of all ages and abilities. Join our warm, welcoming community in a supportive and non-intimidating environment.
Straight to the Source!The Source Yoga blog
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We don’t really say we “do” yoga, or “do” meditation. Instead, we say we practice yoga or meditation, or we have a yoga and meditation practice. I really like the distinction of practicing rather than doing. Where doing might be goal oriented - trying to get somewhere...
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“I've had a lot of worries in my life, most of which never happened.” Mark Twain As I went to bed the other night, I found myself worried. What is worry, really? I looked up the definition and here are a couple I found: “give way to anxiety or unease; allow...
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