Slow your body, quiet your mind

Find alignment and healing in my studio. All beautiful bodies are welcomed and celebrated in my slow-paced Yin Yoga classes.

Current Classes Available

Yin Flow Yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga filled with exercises and postures called “asanas” that are held for longer periods of time. Beginners may hold a pose from 45 seconds to two minutes.

More advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more.

Yin Flow Yoga has many benefits, including the release of fascia and improved joint mobility.

Virtual Classes

Embody your natural glow while you heal and empower yourself mentally, physically and spiritually with one-on-one virtual yoga classes. Specially tailored to your needs and desires.

Classes are hosted on Zoom. All you'll need is your computer and yoga mat. 

$70 per class or $250 for 4 weekly classes.

Group Classes

Join a small group of safe, like-minded students for a 1-1.5 hour yoga class. Classes are hosted a few days a week.

Prices start at $17 per class. Memberships and bundled packages are available. Yoga mats will be provided.

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“Eva's gift is her aura. Getting to take a class guided by her is a gift because you feel that sweet vibration from her.”

Sarah Lowe

Bridal Yoga

The process of wedding planning can take a toll on you physically and emotionally. This hour long yoga asana and meditation will open your heart and relax your mind. 
Pricing varies upon location & the size of your group. (your girl gang can join in too!)

What should I wear or bring to my first yoga class?

I recommend wearing flexible, comfy clothes that allow you to stretch. Yoga pants, leggings, t-shirts, and tanks are excellent choices. Consider wearing flip flops to make shoe removal easy and quick. Bring a water bottle and a small towel. Yoga mats are provided.

Frequently Asked Questions

I’ve never tried yoga before. What if I’m not any good?

Yin Yoga is slow-paced and is great for beginners and advanced practitioners alike. If an asana (posture) is hard for you to hold, I’ll help you accommodate it to your body. Remember, consistent practice helps!

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m feeling very self-conscious. Do you have any advice for me?

I definitely understand where you are coming from. I used to practice yoga with a DVD in my home. It took a while before I was comfortable enough to try studio yoga, but once I did, I fell in love! I learned that in a studio class, everyone is so busy concentrating on their own poses that they aren’t looking around at other people. Today, as an instructor, I try to make sure all of my students are as cared for as possible. It’s my job to help you feel comfortable and safe the moment you walk in the door! 

Frequently Asked Questions