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.

In-Studio and Virtual Classes Available

We are currently offering a mix of in-person, virtual, and hybrid classes. See our schedule page to sign up, and see more detailed instructions on our virtual classes here.

For in-person classes, please note:

  • All students must show proof of vaccination. Masks are optional.
  • Class sizes are strictly limited to allow for ample distancing. Preregistration is required.
  • Due to class size limits, no-shows and late cancellations (8 hours before class time) will not be refunded. Members on an unlimited pass will be charged $10 per no-show or late cancellation. 

Virtual Class Overview

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Yoga for Balance and Mobility
(virtual only)
With Kate Bradfield
An accessible practice with all poses standing or chair-supported
Tuesdays, starting Sept. 12 | 10:30 – 11:15 am | $120 for 8-week series
Online Only: Preregister here

Intro to Yoga (in-person only)
With Steph Potratz
Learn poses and breathing techniques to build a foundation for your yoga practice
Tuesdays, starting Sept. 12 | 7:00 – 8:30 pm | $105 for 6-week series
In-Person Only: Preregister here

Sound Bath and Restorative Yoga (in-person only)
With Julia Francis and Elizabeth Dale
Co-create a field of relaxation and inspiration with resonant sound and a gentle movement practice
Sunday, Oct. 8 | 7:00 – 8:30 pm | $35

In-Person Only: 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.