Sangha Yoga Collective Schedule

All classes are $12 drop-in unless noted… * Please note start times for all classes!


8:30am Vinyasa w/Ashley

10:00am Gentle Hatha w/Sharon

5:30pm Hatha w/Keiffer

6:30pm Vinyasa w/Keiffer

8:00pm Yin w/Joe


9:45am Vinyasa w/Courtney

11:11am Gentle/Restorative Hatha w/Joe

6:30pm Blend  w/Justin

8:00pm Yin w/Justin


8:30am Hatha w/Ashley & Sharon (Revolving)

9:45am Fully Led Slow Flow w/Cinda – no Yogi left behind!!!


8:30am Vinyasa w/Ashley

10:00am Gentle Hatha w/Sharon

NEW DAY!!! 6:30pm Dharma w/Cinda *$15, 75 minutes


8:30am Slow Flow w/Cinda

10:00am Yin/Restorative w/Cinda


8:30am Slow Flow w/Cinda, Ashley & Sharon (Revolving)

10:00am – 12:00pm Yoga School w/Megan 2 hours, this is an 8 week course for $200.
This course is taught using the fundamentals of Ashtanga Yoga to explore and strengthen practice. Megan provides space and security for each student to grow in this intimate group class. Plan on loving your yoga practice! Please email or message Megan Slattery at monkeymindyoga@gmail.com or Megan Slattery Yoga on Facebook to inquire and sign up!


9:45am Cinyasa (follow the yogi) w/Cinda

7:00pm will start in the Fall….

We will also be adding a lot more fun and exciting Workshops including Partner Yoga, Dharma Yoga Wheel and Dharma intensives, and many more!

Welcome to our Sangha

Thich Nhat Hanh wrote… “A sangha is a community of friends practicing the dharma together in order to bring about and to maintain awareness. The essence of a sangha is awareness, understanding, acceptance, harmony and love…”
We are excited to welcome you into our Sangha!

Whether you are a seasoned yoga practitioner or just starting out, there is a space for you in this playful, non-competitive, compassionate space.

Yoga brings the body, mind and spirit into balance and awareness. We are each passionate about our teachings and hope you that you can find a home here where you can practice yoga and learn so that you can breathe more freely while absorbing the collective healing energy of a true sangha! You need not be alone, at any level. Sleep better, walk taller and straighter, overcome fears and bad habits, lose weight, and develop better focus & concentration. Gain a deeper sense of your well being, develop compassion and humility not only for yourself but for others.

Learning to breathe properly while practicing postures opens up our bodies, creating space and lessening our emotional loads. It is a practice of acceptance and letting go. We leave with a peaceful body and mind. Through our individual practice we learn to become relaxed, balanced and better able to cope with our busy lives off the mat.