Welcome back to Yess Yoga but this time in our new studio! We are now offering in person and online classes via Zoom. Once you pre-register for a class, you will receive an email detailing our mask policy for that specific class or get the zoom code if you are taking our virtual class. Check out our schedule to find the “online” or “studio” class options.  

For online classes, you can get into class using Zoom codes. Please enter your full name for easy check-in.


Zoom Codes – Thursday

7 am Vinyasa: 849-6569-8570
9 am Vinyasa: 824-5510-9760
12 pm Yin: 842-5161-4998
4:30 pm Restorative:  885-4807-3151
6 pm Vinyasa:  842-6172-1999

7 pm Slow Flow / Curvy: 811-4775-8466 


We also post our Zoom codes on

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Class Descriptions


Vinyasa is defined as “to move in a special way”, we try to take that definition to heart each time and bring a group of students together by moving through unique sequences. A vinyasa class can be big flowing movement on each breath or slower movements to explore depth

No class is ever the same as the students in the room are never the same. Our main focus for each class are safe alignment and encouraging each student to explore their personal yoga practice. We are thrilled to host amazing yoga classes at Yess Yoga.


This practice goes deep into our bodies and concerns itself with connective tissue, joint health, and the immune system. Yin is great for those who have stress or anxiety, want to increase flexibility, or desire time and space to drop into meditation. It is the practice of going inward into stillness and quietness to see what lies beyond muscle engagement and the busy chatter of the mind. Yin draws from traditional Chinese medicine in its approach to movement and energy, and it involves longer holds of 1-10 minutes. We use props—blankets, bolsters, and blocks—so you can be supported as you release tension. This practice is open to all people.


The best way to describe restorative yoga is sophisticated nap time. This practice facilitates deep total body relaxation that encourages the natural healing processes that happens automatically when you move into deep rest.  A restorative yoga sequence typically involves anywhere from three to six poses, supported by props that allow you to completely relax and rest, and the poses are held anywhere from 5 to 20 minutes. Restorative poses include light twists, seated forward folds, gentle backbends and supported inversions.

Slow Flow

Sometimes it feels great to move, sweat and breathe, but a mellower vibe is in order. This vinyasa class takes things down a notch, bringing attention to transitions and creating space for final relaxation. Movements in this class will generally reduce the amount of time spent bearing weight on shoulders.  Don’t be surprised, though, if the work feels harder at a slower pace. Build body awareness and enjoy a class that provides both ample time to explore the fit of postures and movement at a more meditative pace.

Yoga Nidra

Oftentimes even when we sleep, we don’t get good rest. Our subconscious is still busy at work and we don’t fully allow ourselves to release. Just 15 minutes of deep relaxation is equivalent to 3 hours of sleep. Yoga Nidra is a practice of deep relaxation that brings one into the restful place between the waking state and the sleeping state.  Utilizing intention setting, breath awareness, body sensing, and visualization we work through our five koshas (sheaths or layers of the body) to a place of calm. When our lives contain tension, anxiety, worry and fear, this practice operates as an anchor to connect one with their true nature.

Curvy Yoga

The goal of Curvy Yoga is to provide a safe and accessible place for people of all shapes, sizes and abilities to practice yoga in a body positive and supported environment. Using creativity, props, and mindful sequencing to meet students’ unique needs, our intention is to welcome everybody to explore the practice of yoga.

Off the Mat

An adventurous, energizing class that combines elements of dance and yoga. With the support of familiar asana shapes and principles, as well as influence from modern dance technique, we will venture off the mat to discover different opportunities for flow. This class is all about personal movement exploration, with plenty of instructional support. We begin each session with a somatic warm-up before transitioning to guided floor work. Near the end, we learn a short sequence that builds on the class themes and provides an opportunity for creative expression and play. We get to share and to witness each other’s movement, which is usually everyone’s favorite part!

No previous dance experience required. Familiarity with common yoga postures, a willingness to roll on the floor, and an appreciation for play are recommended. The class is adapted to the movement ability of those in the room.


Group Movement Series:

Each 3 week series will offer a specific skill-building focus and a movement phrase that we will build upon each class. Please join us for the full three week series to cultivate trust within the group and to strengthen skills.

The Basic to Basics Workshop is an open class offered the last Tuesday of each month for new or returning folks to learn the fundamentals of Off the Mat Movement.



Qigong, pronounced “chi gong,” was developed in China thousands of years ago as part of traditional Chinese medicine. It involves using exercises to optimize energy within the body, mind, and spirit, with the goal of improving and maintaining health and well-being.

Benefits of qigong include lowered stress and anxiety, increased focus, and improved balance and flexibility. Qigong is a meditation and healing practice.