Yoga on Beacon offers yoga classes to suit various interests and ability levels, taught by a diverse, well-trained team.  Reveal the perfect self within.

Yoga on Beacon is a cocoon for cultivating community, peace, vibrant health, and transformation. Emerge renewed, radiant, balanced, and empowered.

YoBe News!

SCHEDULE UPDATES

Beginning January 1st, please note the following updates to our weekly class schedule:

– Terika will teach a new hour-long All Levels class on Tuesdays at 7:30 pmSliding scale price options will be available, alongside regular memberships and class cards. See more about our sliding scale here.
– Peter’s Wednesday morning Slow Flow will move to 9:00 am.
– On Thursdays, Ashley’s new Flow I/II class will take the place of Basics at 6:00 pm.
– We’ll have a Flow I/II happy hour on Friday afternoons at 4:30 pm, taught by Lauren Kile.
– Steph will teach a slightly shorter (75-minute) All Levels Saturday morning class at 10:30 am.
– Chelsea Schiller is joining the team as the instructor for our Sunday afternoon All Levels class at 4:00 pmSliding scale pricing is available for this class, alongside regular membership and class cards.

And stay tuned for a weekly early morning class to begin in February, following the conclusion of the January immersion!

See our Schedule for the most up-to-date info.

INTRO TO YOGA

Six consecutive Wednesday evenings.  Next series will begin  on February 19.

$85, Pre-registration is required here

UPCOMING SPECIALS & EVENTS

Practicing Optimism: Restorative Yoga and Embodied Journaling  
Saturday, February 1 from 1:00 – 3:30 pm
Led by Heather Danso
$45 in advance; $50 at the door
Preregister here

 

Deep Rest, Reiki, and Restorative Yoga 
Saturday, February 22 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Led by Heather Danso
$40
Preregister here

Wall Ropes Workshop
Saturday, March 7 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Led by Jonna Duvernoy
$40 in advance; $50 at the door
Preregister here

 

I love Yoga On Beacon! The environment is very welcoming and inclusive. It is a terrific community space reflecting the diversity of the neighborhood. It is lovely to see old and young, experienced and novice, all finding a place to explore various aspects of yoga. There isn’t the “look at me and how deep I can take the pose” competitive attitude of some other studios. It doesn’t matter how you dress and you can actually laugh in class! There are a variety of teachers and levels so you can find what is right for you.

Ann B.

YoBe is a warm, welcoming, low-key yoga studio. Classes I attend — power and early AM flow — are small and challenging (in a good way). I always leave feeling renewed and smiling. I adore YoBe.” Jackie H.

Yoga on Beacon is my new favorite (especially since it is so close to where I live). I love the personal attention I get from the instructors because the class sizes are so much smaller than what I have grown used to at other studios. I want to keep this place a secret so class sizes stay small, but I also want this studio to prosper because it is so great.. so check it out!Stacey M.

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