Special Classes/Events

Yoga Nidra 

Every 2nd Sunday of the Month

with Melissa Ahrens

6pm – 7:15pm

Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep, is a guided meditation that allows you to slow down mentally and feel better physically.  Since this is a guided meditation  (versus a silent mediation) practice, it makes it a little easier to keep your mind from wondering and less agitation occurs as the teacher takes you through points of focus and lays the groundwork for letting go and relaxing.  This meditative practice also includes restorative yoga poses to make it that much sweeter!
No experience necessary.  All are welcome.  This is a regularly priced yoga class that happens only once a month.

Summer Morning Classes

June – August 

Tuesdays/Wednesdays/Thursdays

7:30am-8:30am

Starting in June and running through the end of August, we’ll have morning classes at Yoga For All Beings on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 7:30am-8:30am.  Classes will be an All Level Vinyasa style.  As with all regular daily classes, students can sign up online or just drop in for class.  Our doors are open 15 minutes before class begins and we lock the door at the start of class time… so be sure to arrive a few minutes ahead of time!

Yoga Conditioning

with Kris Relucio

Sunday, Aug 26th 

1pm-3pm

Looking to build a little body strength or opening? In this Yoga Conditioning workshop, we’ll use yoga poses in a therapeutic and aerobic sense to challenge our bodies as we grow in our own practices. Take these tools to your mat at home to target areas that need it. We’ll start with a traditional yoga warm-up and pranayama (breathwork) and cool down with yin-like release/stretching.

This workshop is open to all levels. Cost is $30.  AutoPay Members receive 10% off.  Sign up here.

Ashtanga Self Practice:

Intro to Mysore Style Yoga

with Denise D’Agostino

Sunday, Sept 16th 

1pm-3pm

Take the first step towards building an effective and empowering self practice. Ashtanga yoga is a system of yoga transmitted to the modern world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois (1915-2009) that has largely influenced the vinyasa style yoga we practice today. This method of yoga involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive series of postures—a process producing intense internal heat and a profuse, purifying sweat.

In this workshop you’ll learn the foundations of Ashtanga yoga philosophy and the methods to jump start your own self practice, Mysore style, learning one on one with the teacher and receiving adjustments along the way.

This workshop is open to all levels. Cost is $30.  AutoPay Members receive 10% off.  Sign up here.

Trauma & Tension Release Yoga

Sunday, October 14th

1pm-2:30pm

with Danielle Dickinson

Based on the healing technique of T.R.E. (Trauma and Tension Releasing Exercises) from Dr. David Berceli this unique yoga class will incorporate your typical vinyasa flow with a specific focus on fatiguing the leg muscles and lengthening the psoas. After a 60 minute strong, all levels yoga class, we’ll move into positions where we’ll allow space for neurogenic tremoring. Class ends with a deeply relaxing savasana (final supine meditation).  All levels of yoga practitioners welcome.  For questions about this practice, send us an email at info@yogaforallbeings.com.
Workshop is $25.  Auto Pay Members receive 10% off.  To sign up for this workshop, click here.

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

October ’18 – March ’19 

Wednesday Evenings

Every Other Saturday

Every Other Sunday

Join us for our next round of Yoga Alliance certified Teacher Training at YFAB.  Our well rounded training covers everything from postures and sequencing to meditation, breathing and other yogic practices and principals like chakras, bandhas, gunas, the yoga sutras, ayurveda and much more!  Yoga For All Beings teacher trainees learn how to teach vinyasa style yoga classes for varying levels of students and also touches on other styles of yoga like yin yoga, restorative yoga, prenatal yoga, yoga nidra, trauma sensitive yoga, neurogenic yoga, and yoga for special populations.  All graduates from our 200 Hour YTT program will be officially certified yoga teachers and they will also be eligible to register with the accredited Yoga Alliance (if they choose to do so).  Learn more about our teacher training program here.