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Class Schedule & Descriptions

So as to do our part to rein in Covid (and because the consensus among our yoga community is that we'd rather not have to wear masks for practicing), for the time being, we're going to continue to offer only virtual classes via Zoom and outdoor classes at Coe Lake Park. Visit Mindbody to see our new  schedule.  After you register for a virtual Zoom class through Mindbody, you'll receive an email with the Zoom login information. 

Guidelines for Outdoor Classes: 

Our outdoor classes will be held in the Victims of Crime Memorial area of Coe Lake Park in Berea.

This area is at the northern most end of the park.

Directions from the studio:

head south on Front Street (towards the Berea triangle).

Turn left onto Church Street, then right onto Seminary Street.

Seminary Street will take you into the park.

When you see the parking lot on your right, park immediately.

We'll be to the far left of the long row of flagpoles.
--You MUST pre-register for class through Mindbody. No payments will be taken at the park.

Use your existing Satsang Yoga class package, or purchase one outdoor class for $10 or 5 outdoor classes for $40 

--Maintain at least 6-feet of social distance between mats and other people.

--Class size will be limited to 9 people 

--Bring your own mat and any props, water, insect repellent, sunscreen, hand sanitizer etc. that you may require.

--Teachers will not be offering hands-on assists.

--If it is raining, class will be cancelled. You can check on Mindbody before class to see if it has been cancelled. If you are pre-registered for a class that is cancelled, the class will be credited back to your Mindbody account so that you may apply it to another session.

Download the Mindbody App for ease of scheduling from your phone.


Please note if the class is held outdoors at COE LAKE or virtually via ZOOM. Pre-registration is required for all classes.


9:30--10:45am ZOOM All Levels Vinyasa Flow w/Jennifer

12:00--1:00pm ZOOM Spiritual Warrior (Jivamukti) w/Jennifer

6:00--7:15pm ZOOM All Levels Vinyasa Flow w/Jennifer


6:00--7:15pm ZOOM Relaxation Yoga and Meditation w/Jennifer


9:30--11:00am ZOOM Jivamukti Open Level w/Jennifer

6:00--7:15pm COE LAKE All Levels Vinyasa Flow w/Rob


6:00--7:15pm ZOOM All Levels Vinyasa Flow w/Jennifer


9:30--11:00am ZOOM Yin Yoga w/Jennifer

12:00--1:00pm COE LAKE Spiritual Warrior (Jivamukti) w/Jennifer


9:30--10:45am ZOOM All Levels Vinyasa Flow w/Jennifer


9:30--10:45am COE LAKE Yin, Flow, & Meditation w/Heidi

All-Levels Vinyasa Flow

The word "vinyasa" means "ordered, conscious placement," a conscious linking of breath with mindful movement while moving through seamless sequences of yoga postures. This class allows us to strengthen and tone the body and to bring the body and mind into harmony.
Students are invited to explore and deepen their practice with detailed alignment instruction, suggestions for modifications, and hands-on assists and adjustments. Suitable for all levels, but very new beginners are encouraged to take some of our beginners vinyasa flow classes before moving into the all-levels class.

Beginners Vinyasa Flow

Explore the basics of vinyasa yoga by practicing postures and sequences suitable for the new beginner. Learn the basics of Sun Salutations and foundational yoga postures, yoga breathing, and meditation in a non-judgmental, supportive, and welcoming environment. You'll also learn how to use yoga props to support you in your practice.

Half Primary Series (Ashtanga)

The Half Primary Series builds strength, endurance, and flexibility as students move through a shortened version of the Ashtanga Primary Series. The class focuses on breath synchronization with the poses, creating an opportunity to find a meditative practice within the set series. This class moves at a moderate pace, offering students modifications as needed. Some yoga experience is advised before taking this class.


Our free, weekly 30-minute meditation class is open to everyone, from those new to meditation to long-time practitioners. Meditating with others is a great experience, and doing so may encourage you to mediate on your own at home as well. Modern science confirms what the wisdom of Yoga has taught for thousands of years -  meditation is good for us! Even just a few minutes of meditation a day can improve the quality of your life. Research shows that meditation can help us to: reduce stress, control anxiety, promote emotional health, enhance self awareness, lengthen attention span, reduce age-related memory loss, generate kindness, fight addictions, improve sleep, control pain, and decrease blood pressure.

Modified Primary Series (Ashtanga)

The Modified Primary Series is an accessible class for those looking to transition from Beginner classes, or for any student wanting to experience the Ashtanga Primary Series at a slower pace. This class introduces students to all poses in the Primary Series at a slower, more manageable pace and offers modifications for more challenging poses. This class is suited for all levels, although some yoga experience is advised.

Open Class (Jivamukti)

An open class presents classical yoga teachings as relevant to one’s life on and off the mat supported by chanting, breath awareness, flowing vinyasa sequences, alignment exploration, hands-on assistance, relaxation, and meditation. The teacher will offer verbal as well as hands-on guidance. Asana options will be provided for beginners, intermediate, and advanced students. Brand-new beginners are encouraged to take some of our Beginners Vinyasa Flow classes before taking this class.

Relaxation & Meditation

Relax and unwind in this slower paced class. Deep, conscious breathing and attention to the present moment are encouraged as students move gently through flowing as well as restorative postures. Poses are held longer to allow the body to relax into them. Soothing music, aromatherapy, gentle massage, and use of props encourage total relaxation. A guided meditation period of 10-15 minutes is incorporated into each class. Suitable for all levels.

Slow Vinyasa Flow

The word "vinyasa" means "ordered, conscious placement," so as we practice the yoga asana (postures), we consciously link breath with movement and in so doing, we bring the body and the mind into harmony. Students are invited to explore and deepen their practice with detailed alignment instruction, suggestions for modifications and use of props, and skillful hands-on assists.  Focusing on intentional and mindful movement, alignment, and breath work, these classes are suitable for all levels of practitioner, from brand-new beginners to advanced students.

Spiritual Warrior Flow (Jivamukti)

The Spiritual Warrior class is invigorating and builds strength and flexibility. The structure is a fixed, set sequence instructed in a vinyasa style. It is a fully balanced class which includes a warm-up, chanting, intention setting, surya namaskar (sun salutes), standing poses, backbends, forward bends, twists, inversions, meditation, and relaxation. The teacher focuses on keeping the pace moving and does not stop to give instructions on "how to do" postures or spiritual discourses. Spiritual Warrior classes are best for intermediate and advanced students, although beginners as well as anyone with a sense of adventure are welcome.

Yin, Flow, and Meditation

Yin Yoga is designed to exercise the deeper, more plastic connective tissues of the body, which are rarely touched during the more rigorous pace of Yang, or vinyasa practice, which focuses on the more muscles. Yin postures are held for several minutes at a time and release tension and locked energy in the body. This healing and introspective class will begin with Yin postures and then move into a flow class. We will end each class with 10-15 minutes of guided meditation. Recommended for all levels except brand new beginners.

Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga focuses on exercising the more plastic, connective tissue in the body - the joints, tendons, ligaments, and fascia. Postures are usually held for 3-5 minutes at a time. Students may also find a meditative component during the practice while attention is placed on the breath. This class is appropriate for students of all levels and is a great compliment to flow practices.

Y12SR (Yoga of 12-Step Recovery)

This weekly class by-donation explores addiction and recovery, and weaves together the wisdom of yoga and the practical tools of 12-step programs. Class begins with a group sharing circle followed by a gentle yoga class, rich with breath work and guided meditation. This powerful framework is designed to inspire compassionate awareness, change, and healing. We use the tools and principles of the 12-step program and yoga to address the physical, mental, and spiritual. Open to all individuals who are working to overcome all forms and manifestations of addiction--from behavioral addictions to substance abuse--as well as to those impacted by the addictive behavior of others.



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