Yoga is not only the asanas or poses, but is a practiced lifestyle of mindfully thinking, feeling, and moving towards your best self.  This is the approach I use with my students to help them find their most fulfilling practice.  As a guide, the goal is to teach students to find the benefits of true alignment in each pose and getting to know the language their own body speaks to them through aches and pains supporting them as they gain freedom from these barriers.   By using awareness of the breath and it’s connection to healing, this practice provides balance of mind and body together.


 Drop-In Class

Tuesdays @ Eaton Hall in Brownsburg

6:00 pm, 6 Classes for $30

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Yoga Classes at RLW

Welcome to RLW Yoga!  The list of classes below the types of classes regularly offered at RLW.   Class sizes are limited based on the space.  All classes are on a session basis and require pre-registration to reserve your spot.  Visit the link below to see what classes are currently registering.

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Restorative Yoga

This is the ultimate approach to full relaxation in the form of yoga. After a gentle warm up, students are placed in supportive postures using pillows, blankets, and blocks, to help the body and mind release in the most gentle way possible. The body slowly and easily stretches and opens while the mind is allowed to relax and find a meditative quality. The instructor helps each student to transition between postures minimizing the impact on relaxation. Find relief from many ailments as you sink into a minimal movement class and learn how to just be.

 Gentle Yoga with Restorative

This class is set at an easy going pace with a combination of still postures and bit of flow and ending with restorative postures to seal the practice. Great for a beginner or students that don’t want a lot of up and down movement on the mat or long periods of time spent with weight on the joints of the body, including knees, ankles, and wrists.


Yoga for Beginners/Gentle Yoga

Set yourself up with the knowledge you need to feel comfortable in any yoga class! Here we start with the basics of postures, breath, philosophy, and alignment to get you started on your yoga journey. This class will give you the tools to feel confident and prepared to go to any class and even begin to develop your own yoga practice at home.


Restorative Yoga with Energy Balancing

Take your restorative practice to a deeper level with energy balancing and aligning the body using energy pressure points in acupressure. Rooted in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, the body is made up of lines and centers of energy that have tremendous healing power within the body. In this class, we utilize the relaxation response with easy supported postures and stimulate energy points on the head, hands, feet and back to create a steady flow of energy to all the muscles, organs and the brain. This, combined with control of the breath, creates powerful change in the function and alignment of the mind and body together.


Try it Out! Intro to Yoga

This class provides those brand new to yoga to explore why yoga could be a good fit for them. This class offers a look into the whole of yoga going beyond practicing the postures to understanding the benefits of yoga on the mind and body and where yoga came from. This class requires no further class commitment and is a no strings attached way to see if yoga is for you.

Yoga for Emotional Wellbeing

This class will teach specifics on how to utilize yoga as a tool for balancing emotions and mood as we deal with an ever changing, chaotic world.  Yoga has been used as a tool for healing the body physically, emotionally, and spiritually for centuries.  In this class, I will combine use of yoga, breath work, essential oils, acupressure, and nutrition to help clients add tools to their tool box in managing anxiety, depression, mood swings, anger, and improve our overall view of our emotional selves