Free Classes


ABC Inclusive Yoga
Approachable, Body-Positive, Culturally diverse Inclusive Yoga

This is a donation-based class in a designated safe(r) space that cultivates an atmosphere of non-judgment and acceptance, allowing participants to identify in ways meaningful to them in both their practice and as part of the community. This class is appropriate for all levels, including beginners. This class may have a variety of teachers and styles but is always taught in the spirit of inclusivity. Please check the web for the current teacher here.


Find peace of mind every Wednesday from 5:00p to 5:30p! Marcia Miller takes you on a new meditation endeavor every week. Find balance while exploring the chakras, feel energized after chanting, or relax on cloud of comfort and ease during an iRest meditation. Join us for the next meditation destination.

Community Class

Join our fun-loving yoga community every Wednesday from 3:45p to 4:45p for a gentle slow flow. Each class will include stretching, breath awareness, yoga postures and relaxation. No previous yoga experience required.

While there is not a specific charge for attending class, donations in any amount are appreciated. Register here for the next class.

Discounted Classes

Vinyasa (Select early morning classes at $10)

iRest Yoga Nidra (Karma class pass $5)

Pay What You Can

We understand that yoga can be cost prohibitive and that work, budget and life changes from season to season. The current rates may feel inaccessible and we want to meet you where you are.

We offer our 10 class pass and unlimited monthly membership as a pay what you can pass. If this will help make yoga more accessible for you right now, please fill out an application here and email to For more information or questions, contact the front desk at 614-291-4444. We’ll be in touch soon.

For series that are listed as pay what you can, please call the front desk and they can help register you at the rate that feels best.

If interested in a scholarship for a teacher training program, contact