Yoga and Nia can change your body, your health and your life.  The joy of movement is transforming to body, mind and spirit.  Learn to move your bodies' way. 

At Heart & Sole Yoga we believe that everybody regardless of age, gender, fitness level, or physical condition can participate in movement and benefit from developing a yoga or Nia practice. 

We invite you to breathe deeply, strengthen muscles, learn focus, relieve stress, practice balance, and move mindfully to your ability.

Our eight week winter session is from January 6 - February 28, 2020.  There are openings in all classes.  Come try a class, or contact us with any questions.

We will help you find a class that meets your needs, so you can fully experience the numerous health benefits of both Yoga and Nia.  We offer private classes for one-on-one, or small groups, as requested.


 Are you ready to try something new? 

 Beginning this winter semester (January 6 - February 28, 2020)

Heart and Sole Yoga is now offering: 

Sunday Afternoon:

Lisa's Restorative Yoga and Nidra Meditation returns to Sunday's from 3:00-4:30PM beginning February 9th.  Restorative Yoga provides stress-relief, calms the nervous system, releases tension and facilitates restful sleep.  Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep is a system of progressive relaxation.  Join us as we relieve stress and discover the peace that can be found within.

Thursday Morning:

Lisa will be teaching Gentle Yoga and Playful Movement on Thursday mornings at 10:00 am.  This class combines the movement arts of Gentle Yoga, Ageless Grace and Nia's 52 moves.   We typically begin our practice on the floor to move the hips and spine.  We then move up to standing poses where we focus on balance, spine and upper body.  We return to the floor for rest and breathing. We also focus on movements specific to hands and wrists.  Our goal is to improve flexibility, agility, mobility, strength and stability. 


Thursday Evening:

Following Gabi’s 5:30 pm Vinyasa Flow class, she will be teaching an hour long evening Gentle Yoga class at 7:00 pm.  Gentle Yoga is a perfect introduction to the asanas (poses) of yoga, or for those who wish to move at a slower pace in with their practice. These gentle classes include floor work for hips, spine and joints, as well as strengthening and balancing poses. The Gentle class was developed as a gentler, slower paced practice to make it more accessible to people of all physical abilities, ages, and fitness levels. It is an excellent class for those with injuries or those new to yoga.