“I was worried about being in a class with people (due to COVID) but Amy has totally taken that into consideration by socially distanced yoga mat markers and limiting the number of people in her class.”
Join us on Mondays and enjoy a slower-paced flow that connects breath with movement– taking the time to feel and deepen inner awareness in each shape the body takes. Slow Flow blends strengthening and stretching in a mindful way resulting in an improvement in balance, core strength, flexibility, and clarity. Mondays, 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM Sign up TODAY!
“I'm very glad to be able to continue my yoga practice with a group of others practitioners (at appropriate social distance) during the pandemic under Sara's instruction..”
Q: Where are you located?
We are located at 4051 Stone Mountain Hwy, Suite F103, Lilburn, GA 30047. We are on the Killian Hill Rd. side of the shopping center, a few doors down from Subway.
Q: When should I arrive to class?
For your first class, please plan to arrive at least fifteen minutes prior to your class to complete our new student intake form. For following classes, please arrive at least five minutes before class to get checked in and settled. You will be unable to enter once class has started.
Q: Do I need to tell anyone that I am new to practicing yoga or am new to the studio?
Yes! Be sure to let your teacher know if there is anything important to know about you, like an injury, any experience (or lack of) with yoga, etc. Please let your teacher know if you have concerns of any kind.
Which yoga class is best for me?
We believe that yoga is for EVERY BODY! We invite all levels of ability, all sizes, all races, and all genders to join us for practice. For students who are new to practicing yoga or who feel they are dealing with limitations in the body, we recommend starting in our slower-moving classes such as Restorative, MyoYin, Gentle and Yoga Foundations. All of our classes are designed to accommodate all levels and abilities. All poses can be modified and your teacher will help you use props as needed to make each posture accessible.
Q: How often should I practice yoga?
As often as you can! Practicing once a week can change your mind. Practicing three times a week can change your body. Practicing five times a week can change your life!
We try to answer commonly asked questions like these on the FAQ page of our website.
“Nabin is that kind of wonderful guide who helped to show me an amazing door which opened up to illuminate the direction of spiritual path for my good physical health as well as great mental well-being.”