• Prenatal Yoga 6-Week Series - April 15
    with Rebecca Henry

    Join birth and postpartum doula Rebecca Henry for a very special 6-week Prenatal Yoga Series.

    Prenatal yoga is not just a regular yoga class adapted for pregnant people.  At a time when everything is changing in your body, prenatal yoga helps moms-to-be reconnect with and build body awareness, stretch,  strengthen and release the muscles most easily affected by pregnancy and foster a greater understanding of what is happening with our bodies during pregnancy and childbirth.


  • Yoga for Men
    with Brian Carr

    Men handle work and family responsibilities on a daily basis.   A regular spiritual practice is crucial for men to manage life pressures, cultivate relationships, and maintain a happy and healthy lifestyle.  


    Join Brian Carr and Patrick Chapman in this three-hour workshop to:


    1) Practice kriyas and meditations to expand your awareness and develop a peaceful mind.


    2) Explore Kundalini Yoga, relate with other men, and reflect about how Kundalini Yoga can be applied to your daily life.


    Both new and experienced yoga students are welcome to attend.

  • How Crow Can You Go?
    with Kristina (Karuna) Maze

    This yoga workshop is something to crow about!

    Kristina (Karuna) Maze teaches the basic foundation of kakasana (Crow Pose) as well as side crow, flying crow, and a few other hand-balance bird poses.

  • Yoga Fundamentals
    with Meredith McCullough

    Lighthouse Yoga Center offers this unique course as a way to present the basics of a yoga practice in a friendly and supportive environment. Teacher Meredith McCullough excels at creating community and building comfort in yoga.

    The program offers a step-by-step introduction to the physical basics of yoga, starting with grounding poses and then building from there.

    Yoga Fundamentals one of our most popular offerings and we invite you to take advantage of this 6-week course to jump-start your practice.

  • The Beauty of Boundaries
    with Abby Dobbs

    Boundaries are our energetic containers - how we manage our life force both internally and externally. Boundaries have many definitions and purposes - and how you individually relate to them is hugely important in your life. They can have a positive or negative impact on our lives, depending upon how we use the power inherent in them. Mindfully managed, boundaries support and protect us, and feed our spirits. Used incorrectly, boundaries can cause drama in many aspects of our lives. Without boundaries, we can become depleted and compromise our energy. When we become more skillful in setting appropriate and healthy boundaries, we actually create more freedom!

  • Yoga and Racial Justice: An Anti-Racism Immersion
    with Dr. Monea Abdul-Majeed

    For far too long, “racism” has been the elephant in the room. It’s been covered, downplayed, spiritually bypassed, or ignored.

    Now is the time to lift the veil, confront racism and work together to dismantle it. There’s no better place to do the messy digging of antiracism than a yoga studio.

    This workshop is for you if you….

    • Are tired of basic racism 101 trainings that merely touch the surface of antiracism and leave you feeling guiltier or more traumatized than you did before attending…
    • Are mad at yourself for laughing at racist jokes, clenching your purse when a man of color approaches you, or mad because you want to be the change but have no clue how to be a part of the solution…
    • Are baffled by or defensive when you hear terms like white fragility, white privilege, or white supremacy but don’t want to ask questions for fear of “sounding racist”…
    • Are tired of being treated like you’re invisible when you enter predominantly white spaces or being highly visible as the only person of color in the room who is cornered into answering all of the race questions…
    • Are well-intentioned and ready to use your voice, your yoga practice, and your heart to make our country more welcoming to all but have no idea how to get started…
    • Are afraid any conversation about race, racism, or antiracism…


  • Woman Warrior: Yoga for Women Who Have Experienced Sexual Trauma
    with Julie (Jiwan Shakti Kaur) Eisenberg

    This series will take you deep into your own healing and allow you to learn yogic tools to support your healing process.

    This workshop will include breath work, yoga movement, rest, relaxation, and meditation.

    Everyone is welcome — we find strength in coming together as a diverse community of survivors.

    Members, email for your discount code. A number of scholarships will be provided by Woman Warrior.

    No class August 15.