We seek to provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere in which to safely guide beginners and practitioners through the transformational benefits of the union of breath and movement.
Dedicated to bringing ease and flow into our own lives, we have cultivated a program of classes suitable for all ages, in a non-intimidating and friendly environment. When you walk into the studio, you are walking into your studio. Each time you step onto your mat, you come away transformed.
Classes are everyday (schedule here) and we offer a 200 hour Teacher Training Course three times a year, click here to find out more. Come and deepen your practice with us! Our weekly schedule and training course covers a range of Yoga modalities including Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Yin, and Slow Flow.
YOGA FOR EVERYONE!
Founder of Yoga Y'all, Miranda's passion for sharing and practicing yoga has driven her vision for making yoga available for everyone, in a non-intimidating environment.
For the past 6 years she has been training teachers and helping many deepen their practice. The RYS certified 200 hour Teacher Training Course occurs three times a year for anyone interested in learning how to teach or to deepen their own practice.
"Yoga teaches us not only to be kind to ourselves through our transformations on the mat, but to learn unity and flow in our daily lives."
Stormi fell in love with yoga while taking her first class. Since becoming a Registered Yoga Teacher, she has made it her mission to share that love with everyone! She wants you to leave everything at the door and take an hour vacation to focus on just you and your practice. Her classes deliver a powerful, playful, and heartfelt sequence that always ends with a smile. "Yoga is for everyone! So have fun, let go, smile often, and find your flow!"
Matthew has taught Ashtanga, Yin, Slow Flow, Vinyasa and Acro Workshops. He approaches teaching with the belief that the practitioner’s breath is the true teacher, a reliable guide that always knows where the body can safely go. “Learning to know yourself through your practice and cultivating a healthy self-love through patience and compassion is a big part of the yoga journey.” He brings together traditional yoga with creative flows that work your breath and focus, empowering you to own your practice as an integration of mind, body, and spirit, both on and off the mat.