• Post-Natal Yoga - October 9
    with Rebecca Henry

    This postnatal class series, designed for moms with babies 6-weeks to pre-crawling, will focus on strengthening, stabilizing and stretching all of the areas of the body hit hardest by pregnancy, childbirth and caring for baby.

    This includes your chest and back muscles, your core and pelvic floor as well as your shoulders, neck and wrists.

    Restorative poses throughout each class will help soothe baby-addled nerves. With babies welcome in class, you can feel free to stop your practice anytime you need to care for baby. Each class gives you a chance to connect with other new moms in the community and talk about any issues you are having with your post baby body.

  • Prenatal Yoga 6-Week Series - Oct. 28
    with Rebecca Henry

    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.

    This series is great for all stages of pregnancy.

  • Level Up: Antiracism Teacher Training
    with Dr. Monea Abdul-Majeed

    The days of being a “good” yoga teacher just by showing up with a complicated sequence and a fancy playlist are over. Our world is shifting and it needs yoga teachers to show up BIG now, more than ever. Our world is full of racial tension, hope, confusion, guilt, racial trauma, and grieving, and yoga spaces are not exempt. They are a microcosm of what’s happening in the world so you need more tools…more ways to share the transformative power of yoga to everyone you meet, no matter what race they are. 

    It’s time to take your practice off of your mat and into the world…YOUR world by having real conversations about race relations. It’s time to use your voice for change. Are you ready to level up?

    This virtual immersion will empower YOU to use your practice and voice to show up in the world, ready to serve rather than avoiding the complexities of race by spiritual bypassing. To teach and practice yoga inclusively, you need new skills, new conversations, new perspectives, new self-awareness…you need mindful racial equity training. 

    Join Dr. Monea, Racial Justice Educator/Speaker and 500-hour Certified Yoga Teacher, for 5 weeks to take a deep dive into the realm of racial justice. Each week, we’re going to do a deep dive into challenging and complex race-related topics and material through small group work, group discussions, journaling, lectures, meditation, videos, and podcasts. We’ll use the 3 R’s- reflection, relationships, and resilience to do racial equity work the mindful way.


  • Sleepless Nights with Nandi
    with Nandi Gabremedhin

    Learn techniques to regain adequate rest in these tumultuous times


    It has been six months of adjusting to a new normal. It seems like we simply cannot catch a break from the current administration, constant system of racism, uncertainty of life moving froward, loss of life - the list goes on. There are plenty of things that can and have been robbing some of us from getting quality deep sleep. Many of us were not sleeping soundly pre-COVID and continue with lack of sleep throughout the pandemic. Some of us have been introduced to new challenges good or bad that have plagued us with anxiety. Some are just feeling the weight of the world, which sometimes seems to get heavier with each waking moment. All we want to do is sleep at night like “normal” people. Living in a vicious cycle of not sleeping for weeks, months and even years on end can bring upon significant bodily harm, to include high blood pressure, lowered immunity resistance, increased risk of heart attacks, diabetes, low sex drive and/or stroke.

  • Solidify Your Home Practice
    with Jazmín González Moya

    Come have fun discovering the way your body moves and adjusts to elevate your practice and deepen your connection with your body through the energy activation the postures offer you to improve the quality of your life!

    What happens when you are not in a room full of yogis to turn to when you have no idea what the next posture looks like, and all you have around you is your furniture?

    Jazmín has created this three-week series to deepen your understanding of all the different groups of postures, and to learn how your own body moves and aligns based on your unique structure.

    We will be exploring back and forth bendings, and how they are related to your lower back and neck, we will understand how twists happen from your thoracic. We will examine the hips and shoulder joints to learn how to move with ease through the leg and arm balancings, hip and shoulder openers, inversions, and bindings.

    All levels!


  • The Business of Yoga
    with Julie Eisenberg

    Are you a yoga teacher or teacher trainee who’s interested in learning how to be a Yoga Professional?

    Join LYC Owner and Teacher Trainer for this in-depth online workshop on showing up with your business skills in hand, to be the best yoga teacher possible.


    Topics include:

    • Becoming a “Yoga Professional”
    • Connecting with your students
    • Effective marketing tools
    • Job search tips
    • What you need to know about the yoga world

    This online workshop is part of our Kundalini and Hatha Yoga Teacher Trainings and is open to all yoga teachers and trainees who want to show up authentically and professionally - on and off the mat.


  • Yoga Book Club
    with Suzanne Henley

    Our Fall Book Club will be a discussion of the powerful book, The Body is Not an Apology by Sonya Renee Taylor. This life-changing book will transform your relationship with your body and how our culture uses the body as a tool of oppression and discrimination. Free and open to all.

    The Body Is Not an Apology offers radical self-love as the balm to heal the wounds inflicted by these violent systems.


    World-renowned activist and poet Sonya Renee Taylor invites us to reconnect with the radical origins of our minds and bodies and celebrate our collective, enduring strength.


    As we awaken to our own indoctrinated body shame, we feel inspired to awaken others and to interrupt the systems that perpetuate body shame and oppression against all bodies. When we act from this truth on a global scale, we usher in the transformative opportunity of radical self-love, which is the opportunity for a more just, equitable, and compassionate world–for us all.

    Grab your lunch and join us for this community discussion about this powerful and life-changing book.

    Yoga Book Club is free and open to all. We create a safe space to discuss challenging issues, and through deeper awareness, we empower ourselves to create change in the world.